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S/4HANA Cloud standard/predelivered Pricing Calculation Schema, Procedure, Condition Type

Hello SMEs,

I'm in a S/4HANA Cloud version 1908 Fit-To-Standard implementation project & using standard pricing config for Purchase Order including Condition Type PPR0.

As a best practice , is it advisable to use SAP standard/pre-delivered Pricing Calculation Schema, Procedure, Condition Type for my project OR Zversion of these ?

I apprehend that SAP standard/pre-delivered ones may go for toss / overwritten in the next release upgrade. Is it safe to use them as they are fitting my requirements ?

Please advise what are the list of SAP standard/pre-delivered config that i can leverage safely & what are prone to get overwritten by next release /upgrade.

Best Regards


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    Posted on Oct 25, 2019 at 07:52 AM

    Hi Monir,

    In general the tendency to change pre-delivered configuration is really really low (at least as far as already delivered standard content goes). I do not really remember that we have changed anything in the condition type definition which would change calculation; as far as I know we have basically had new conditions appear (like adding condition GWLB for intrastat reporting for cross-country goods movements inside EU for subcontracting components).

    I would as a rule of thumb always try to stick with standard as far as it carries; and where it doesn't carry also continue to use pre-delivered conditions unless they themselves need to be adapted.

    There might always be some minor adaptation (like the one mentioned above, or about additional accrual indicators set) which in certain circumstances will help your customer without really changing their existing operations; if you copy all and everything you will of course not get ahold of such changes, and thus the customer might have additional work to be done once he for instance starts to use subcontracting purchasing, where the supplier is located in a different country than the plant which is sending components to that supplier.

    Regards Thomas

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