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Discount pricing condition type

Hi Experts,

My Client requirment is, for the pricing discount condition type (Item level) user should not enter manually & do not allow to change "Rate unit" (Currency/Percentage) field but users to allow make changes in condiotion amount field.

Needs to do any enhancement ?

Thanks

Bala

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  • Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 04:53 AM

    Bala,

    Check "Changes which can be made" section of Condition Type in configuration as show.

    Select each field in this section & press F1 to read help.

    Hope this helps

    Regards,

    NRS


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  • Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 04:13 AM

    Hi,

    Kindly check your condition type configuration under section changes which can be made.

    Check it yourself and configure it accordingly.

    Regards,

    SRK

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    • If I were you, I would try to use some of the ideas from note 1513276 - Authorization for condition detail screen. Unfortunately this means additional budget for development and adjustment of authorizations.

      I have seen just a few cases where manual change of condition values in the sales document is acceptable as a business practice and when it was allowed, then an additional approval procedure was triggered to process the order.

      Usually the business prefers to have a separate manual condition for adjustment within certain tolerances (again with approvals), so that they can use this easily for reporting and evaluations of their current process.

      Have you discussed with the business process experts what internal controls should be established to prevent misuse? Auditors are not very happy with editable discounts in the sales order.

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