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Different cost getting determined for the same material in Dr and Cr memo

Hi Team,

We have one issue in credit memo and debit memo created in last December. Both the credit and debit memo created on the same day and same time (Difference of few seconds). Also they have same materials with exact quantities. Credit memo has higher net value than debit memo which is determined through automatic pricing condition and one manual condition. Same pricing procedure is used in both the documents. VPRS condition is statistical and not visible in pricing screen but item wise cost can be seen in 'Invoice overview screen'. In material master, price control indicator is "S". The issue is surprisingly both the credit and debit memo have different cost price determined for the line item materials. Pls help me to understand how its happening as the same cost is expected in both the documents for the same material.

Recently we faced this issue again in 2 sets of documents (Credit and debit memo).

Note-This scenario is not related to return process and no material document is being created here.

Thanks

Sandeep

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  • Posted on Nov 16, 2015 at 05:16 PM

    Hi

    See note 1365939.

    Regards

    Eduardo

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  • Posted on Nov 18, 2015 at 05:37 AM

    In addition-Do you find any changes in condition controls for VPRS in V/06 settings--like condition category from G to either S or T?

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