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How to change the Net value in Conditions tab in VA03

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In VA03, in conditions tab there is a Net value filed. I have defined Condition pricing and it there is a ZCON pricing the same Condition value should be populated in Net value in conditions tab. From where the Net value is getting populated? Please help me if anyone having the idea.

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Haritha

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2014 at 07:07 AM

    Dear Haritha,

    Please assign ZCON condition type in appropriate pricing procedure same condition type will populate

    V/08 Tcode for pricing procedure

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  • Posted on Dec 11, 2014 at 01:08 PM

    The "net" field contains the result of pricing calculation, it's a sum of all non-statistical pricing conditions.

    If you want to change its value you should definitely customize your pricing procedure accordingly instead of just trying to force such change in some user-exit (this value is distributed into several fields in the system, not just into this one single screen field). You should set up yuor pricing procedure (V/08) in such way that it gives you the value you need as a result of pricing. If you need some more sophisticated calculations in your pricing you can use your own formulas which you can assign in the pricing procedure.

    To have an overview of the standard code that performs pricing (and thus calculates NETWR) see include LV61AA55 form XKOMV_BEWERTEN. See also note 900089 for more info.

    regards

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