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How to change pricing Conditions in Sales order in change sales order bapi

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How to change pricing Conditions in Sales order in change sales order bapi.

I have used the 2 function modules bapi-changesalesorder and sd salesdocument change, But it is creating the new record , instead of changing the existing one, Could please assist regarding the same

Thanks in Advance .

NLN

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 02:17 PM

    Hi,

    R u checking even the table CONDITIONS_INX in FM 'BAPI_SALESORDER_CHANGE' in which u need to mark 'X' for those fields which u want to cahnge the pricing.. i mean the fields u gave for table CONDITIONS_IN.

    Madhavi

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    • Hi Eswar Sir

      Can this value update be possible while creating sale order itself through bapi???

      actually m writing a program to create sale order using bapi_createsaleordefromdat2....

      it is working fine.... but i want my bapi to pick value for condition 'YPR0' which i pass to bapi and not the value which is already saved in sap.

      currently it is duplicating the condition values.

      plz help me on this.

      Thanks

  • Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 05:16 PM

    Hi Eswar Sir

    Can this value update be possible while creating sale order itself through bapi???

    actually m writing a program to create sale order using bapi_createsaleordefromdat2....

    it is working fine.... but i want my bapi to pick value for condition 'YPR0' which i pass to bapi and not the value which is already saved in sap.

    currently it is duplicating the condition values.

    plz help me on this.

    Thanks

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