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Missed condition type in billing document

Hi Gurus,

I have browsed the portal thoroughly before posting the query here.From the heading it might appear that it is generic question but it is not.

Let me explain the issue first:

We have the pricing procedure called ZJFAAT with pricing condition types including ZPR0.

In the sales order it is getting determined and taking the correct value.

When we are creating an invoice the the net price is zero as the ZPR0 condition type is missing. Then i tried to see the analysis in the invoice pricing but surprisingly the condition itself is not appearing in the pricing procedure. Even if the condition doesn't get satisfied it should be showing here that the requirement not fulfilled.

When I try to enter the pricing condition type manually, it shows the error as "condition record not found" where as it is maintained with correct date range.

When i try to find out the existing example in the system (the recent ones) with the same combinations, the condition type is there both in the order as well as the invoice. So, the requirement routine is ruled out in the analysis(I feel).

I am attaching the screenshot of everything so that it will be easier for you to analyse properly.analysis-pricing-invoice.pngcondition-record1.pngcondition-type-details-zpr0.pngerror-when-put-manually.pnginvoice-pricing.pngpricing-procdure-details.pngpricing-type-zpr0-in-the-procedure.pngpricing-zpr0.pngroutine.pngsales-order-pricing-details.png

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    Posted on Nov 07, 2019 at 12:22 PM

    To be fair, after the analysis that you have done so far if I were you I would resort to debugging (mainly because I suspect that custom code may be the root cause).

    If you have not come across a suitable guide on the topic - I recommend Pricing Programs and their logic – Help for debugging.

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