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wrong condition types in po

hi all,

wrong pricing procedure is picked in PO and hence the wrong condition types.
i hv created a PO with doc type = import single tender.

Purchasing org = CORG. schema for this purch org = XXX

the vendor in PO has schema grp = 02 (import vendor)

when i go to SPRO - MM- purchasing- conditions - define price determination process- define schema determination -Determine Calculation Schema for Standard Purchase Orders, i can see that for schema for (schema grp vendor= 02) and (schema grp Porg = XXX) is DIMP but in the PO the calculation schema picked is ZABC.

I want to know why calculation schema ZABC is picked instead of DIMP. and how can i rectify this prob?

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2015 at 09:29 AM

    Please share screen shots.

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2015 at 09:52 AM

    Check you schema assignment and determination are in place and correctly maintained.

    after new schema assignment in vendor master try to create new PO with import vendor.

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2015 at 11:21 AM

    Hi Kriti,

    Please go to

    SPRO->IMG->MM->Purchasing->Conditions->Define Price Determination Process->Define Calculation Schema

    Go to the Calculation Schema and Select the Procedure which you are referring like Import Purchases and click the control data. Screen will appear with the condition type which are defined. Check that out you will get an idea why it is appearing.

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