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KWERT Calculation

I was wondering how the KWERT field in KONV is calculated. I cannot find it anywhere and I know the KONV table isn't created until the report is run, but I'd like to know how and where KWERT is being calculated.

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  • Posted on Jul 28, 2020 at 05:43 AM

    I am not sure what you mean by "I know the KONV table isn't created until the report is run". What report? And what is the process exactly?

    Are you talking about sales order creation? Because after saving the order you have KBETR values in KONV.

    If I understood you correctly, you are asking for the logic of SD or MM pricing.

    Are you a developer? If yes, I would recommend that you speak with your functional SD or MM colleague for an introductory explanation of the concept (pricing can be quite complicated if you try to understand it only from development perspective).

    If you want to dig deeper (after the functional consultant explains to you the general idea) - refer to this blog: Pricing Programs and their logic – Help for debugging.

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    • Scott Klein I meant the following: I have a sales order 13886 with item 10. I want to see the condition values for all conditions applied to this item. I use SE16 with table VBAK, I enter VBAK-VBELN = 13886 and determine VBAK-KNUMV = 0000080159.

      Then I use the value for KNUMV in KONV as KNUMV and I also enter KONV-KPOSN = 10 (to restrict the result to item 10):

      And I have KBETR (this is from a ECC system, I do not have PRCD_ELEMENTS table).

      Again, please, get a knowledgeable SD consultant who has access to your system to help you!

      For example, I use KONV only in specific cases, sometimes it is sufficient to use KZWI1-KZWI6 from VBAP.

      There are also some specifics with currencies and different decimals if you read directly from KONV.

      And I suspect that there may be more efficient ways to create the report which you have to build.

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