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Why Sales order is picking Prices from condition records on Item Cateogary TANN ?

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Why SAP is picking Prices on Item Category TANN ?

In My current project , we have item category as TANN with pricing marked as Blank in the customizing. However, client has created PR00 Condition records for the material. In order when the material is appearing even though it has a item category as TANN which means free of charge, it is taking the prices from the condition records. If the condition records are set, will they overwrite the configuration set in VOV7. Or is there a other way around ?

Please suggest.

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  • Posted on Mar 09, 2017 at 06:35 AM

    Use a pricing requirement, which checks for pricing relevance. You can check pricing requirement 002 in the standard system - it is a very simple one. If the standard routines do not satisfy your business needs completely, you can ask your developers to create a custom VOFM routine, based on 002.

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  • Posted on Mar 09, 2017 at 12:31 PM

    OSS note 33258 will answer your query

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  • Posted on Feb 25, 2019 at 09:14 AM

    Hello Kanishak

    Did you fixed your issue ? I currently face the same issue in S/4 Hana, and I'm afraid the OSS note 33258 is not relevant to fix it. The only solution I envisage is coding a new perform in my current routine (we already have new specific routine 910 putted in the requirement column answering another specific need) to avoid the pricing with an item category filled with the pricing rule B Pricing for free goods (100% discount).



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