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Billing with incoterm's Delivery and GI date

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I have a price condition based on incoterms. Suppose that a sales order is EXW and price is 10 during the creation (validity till end of september). The delivery is created with incoterm CIF in August and has price 12 for EXW. We dont use prices in deliveries.

How is this possible to have the price of 12(EXW) in the invoice and the CIF incoterm ?

Before answer, please consider that i have test all possible combinations in VTFL and a lot of user exits.

BR,

Stratos

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2016 at 08:27 AM

    The delivery is created with incoterm CIF in August and has price 12 for EXW. We dont use prices in deliveries.

    How is this possible to have the price of 12(EXW) in the invoice and the CIF incoterm ?

    If i consider your very first thread then the only solution is to define a pricing procedure for delivery and based on that system will determine the prices accordingly. Have a look at this wonderful thread and try the settings. Do let me know if it's feasible for you and fulfills your requirement. In case if i missed something, please clarify. Thanks.

    Different freight scenarios and copy freight condition from delivery to billing document.

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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2016 at 01:03 PM

    Consultant,

    I had a hard time understanding your requirement.

    "I have a price condition based on incoterms. Suppose that a sales order is EXW and price is 10 during the creation (validity till end of september). The delivery is created with incoterm CIF in August and has price 12 for EXW. We dont use prices in deliveries."

    If your sales order's incoterm is EXW, how do you create the delivery with incoterm CIF?

    Bear in mind that in standard SAP routines, incoterms are copied from delivery to billing document. So in billing document, you'll have delivery's incoterms, and if pricing is carried out again, system will look for relevant condition records with delivery's incoterms.

    What's missing here?

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2016 at 02:17 PM

    If the inco term differs in delivery, then, during billing creation, system would consider from delivery only, if the item category is set to Delivery related billing. Now coming to price, you need to click on manual pricing from condition tab

    G. Lakshmipathi

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