Hi all,
I have one more ticket on pricing. Hope, would get response quicker.
When calculation type is % for any condition type, why PER and UoM columns are grayed out for such condition types in VK11?
But the same is working fine if calculation type is "fixed amount". I can enter data in PER and UoM columns.
When client can give discount like 300/- per gram why cant he give 3% per gram?
Thanks for giving clarity. However, my client is also expecting discount in % on grams. I can see this is not possible in standard. Is there any way out from routine/user exit point of view?
Hi MoazzaM,
But my client wants discount at weight level (per gram), it should not be value dependant at all.
This concept is already working in standard but with fixed amount.
Example: I can give discount of 500 rupees per gram (irrespective of the item value). In this key combination, value has no connection.
You may open and zoom this pic to see the discount of 15,560 (500/gm). That is 500 x 31.120 (qty).
Hi,
Thanks a million MoazzaM bhai, now I understood your question and stress on amount.
Now my mind shifted from (a) to (b)
(a) 3% per gram
(b) 3% per gram amount/rate/value.
Superb logic!
By writing the scenario as you asked, it clicked my mind (god's grace)
Let me also add the scenario below for others to get an idea if they are following our thread:
Our each material is based on custom order (MTO). Lets assume that material A is a necklace, and its ordered with expected weight of 20 gms. Lets say the selling price of necklace or any gold article is 1500 per gram (inclusive of vendor charges + other all expenses + mark up). After vendor manufactures and issues it to the company (with 20 gms of weight). Now the selling price of this necklace is 20x1500 = 30,000.
We already have a discount of 50 rupees per gram (so as per this order, discount is 50x20 = 1000).
And now we are expecting 3% of gold rate per gram (so as per this order, discount is 45 per gram (3% of 1500). And then 45 rupees x 20gms = 900.
Therefore, the actual discount of 3% on 20gms necklace = 900 rupees. Bravo!
May gold bless you!
Please find the below screen shot for better understanding.
Dear MoazzaM
I really appreciate for your response. I understood your opinion. However it differs from my requirement. Please see the below picture to get an idea:
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