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2 PR00 condition type in pricing

How can we maintain 2 PR00 condition in pricing? IF we give 2 base pricing condition 1 below statistical, Why is it so?

which program is responsible for the same?

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    Posted on Oct 29, 2019 at 08:58 AM

    If you are a consultant - first read SAP note 836243 - How condition exclusion works in R/3 especially the part about 'last price logic'.

    If you are an end user you cannot access the content so here is an oversimplified explanation: this is the standard SAP pricing logic - when you have 2 conditions or condition records for price (like PR00) for the same document item only one of them can be active. In the case you have more than one non-statistical conditions for price for an item the one which appears last in the pricing screen will be active. The other one is set as statistical by setting indicator Y- Inactive because of subsequent price.

    There is also another possibility which is valid especially if you enter manually the same condition for price. In the settings for the condition type in V/06 you can set how the system should behave if you have a record which is determined automatically and a manually added entry. One can choose between no limitations, automatic entry has priority, manual entry has priority. If the first option is selected - you end up with the last price logic which I explained. If you choose manual entry has priority - the automatic entry is deactivated but with a different indicator - e.g. M- inactive due to manual entry.

    In short - you cannot have 2 active non statistical conditions for price for the same item.

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  • Posted on Oct 29, 2019 at 09:25 AM

    Dear Veselina Peykova,

    Thank you for the answer.

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