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Hi everyone,

I´m trying to set the condition rate and value from a formula in IPC but I could not set the value of this condition.

When I use setconditionratevalue or setconditionrate the sap crm or ipc automatically shows the Condition Value like:

Condition Value = Condition Rate * Base Value

Example: Condition Value = 20% * U$ 1,00 = U$ 0,20

But in my case I need to display the Condition Rate like 20% but the condition value need to be set like:

Condition Value = Base Value / ( 100% - Condition Rate)

So i need to set both rate and value but when I use the function setconditionvalue to set the Condition Value, Sap CRM and IPC do not set the value.

Is there some way to do this?

Thanks

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    Posted on Oct 21, 2006 at 12:36 PM

    I've never tried to do anything like that. It's really necessary to perform that stunt?

    In theory Condition Value is always Condition Rate * Base Value. If you change that formula to

    Condition Value = Base Value / ( 100% - Condition Rate)

    you'll show an inconsistency in your pricing procedure (assuming it is possible to do). Anyone who tries to read pricing determination would go "wtf? 2 + 2 = 5"?

    The true value of your rate is 1 / (100% - Condition Rate), why can't you show it? And if it is extremely necessary to show the original condition rate, just put your 20% in a statistical condition. That way people can see it, and it doesn't influence the pricing determination.

    If you do it this way, the math will be ok, you'll still see your "true" condition, and will be able to use it in CO-PA if required without further inversions.

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