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Change of Net Price in Sales Order

Hello Experts!

I wanted to know how the "Net Price" of a sales order can be "changed" by the system or "indirectly" by the user. I have an issue with the net price that changed in the sales order, and wanted to know how this could have happened; <b>besides</b> changing the pricing conditions, price adjustments, and order surcharge. Is there someway the system could have changed it or user "indirectly"? Please advise. Thank you in advance!

WC

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    Posted on Oct 09, 2006 at 02:42 PM

    Will

    I would start off by checking in the sales order:

    Go into VA03 > Select Environment > Changes

    This will show if the field was amended in the Sales Order.

    We have issues where the user has changed the price as he thought it wasn't correct.

    Do you have prices assigned to materials?

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2006 at 08:16 PM

    Net price is not changed directly.

    It's chanegd via changes to pricing only unless you have some code which updates this field AFTER SAP calculated it based on pricing conditions.

    NOTE: if you reject line items it's vlaue is substracted form order net value, the same is true if any of your pricing conditions is made inactive due to various reasons.

    Changes to pricing condiitons are not shown in order change history, you can see changes per condition record, but if any of your conditions in sales order was made inactive - you won't see it in change log. One of the options may be - if you generate any outputs (IDOCs) which send pricing info - you can check those IDOCs to determine when & what was changed in the pricing of your order.

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