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Forward net price in ORDERS02 IDoc to ERP

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I would like to forward a net price in an ORDERS02 idoc (inbound) to the ERP system. There already exists a net price in the ERP but my goal is that the ERP price is ignored and instead the price in the IDoc is used.

Does anyone know if this is possible and which IDoc segment/field I should use? By now I tried it with all price fields in E1EDP01 without success.

Thanks in advance for your help!

Regards

Christian

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    Jan 09, 2015 at 04:17 PM

    Hello Christian,

    I don't think it is as easy as Raghu and Sriram describe it. I think besides filling fields in the iDoc there might be some customizing to be done in SAP ERP.

    Please have a look at this thread:

    I hope it helps and best regards,

    Peter

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    • Hello Christian,

      Thank you - I hope you are doing well too and are able to tackle all your business and PI requirements 😊

      Please let us know how you solved this. I overlooked the fact that there is a difference between manual and background processing.

      Thank you and best regards,

      Peter

  • Jan 09, 2015 at 02:55 PM

    Christian,

    Check IDOC type documentation in transaction WE60 in SAP ECC. Check segment E1EDP26

    E1EDP26QualifierDescription1Gross price2Gross value3Net value4Amount qualifying for cash discount5Absolute net value of item6Net price
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    Jan 09, 2015 at 03:35 PM

    Hi Chrisitian,

    Perhaps you can check the standard documentation for this idoc. However i think u can use the NETWR/VPREI fields. However please check once.

    Regards,

    Sriram

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    • Hi Sriram,

      thanks a lot for your reply.

      I already tried all price fields in E1EDP01 without success. Peter's solution (E1EDP05) works - but by now only in foreground. I will try to find a solution to "motivate" the system to accept the E1EDP05 content also in background processing.

      Best regards,

      Christian