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Check in VA01 Material is Discountable or Non Discountable

Hi All,

I Have a requirement in sales order where the Discount is set in condition record for a customer regardless of materials entered in Sales order. However, if a material which is set as non-discountable in MM, No discounts will be applied for that particular material. (on header level, discount will effect all items through out sales order document).Add in new requirement – 901 to cater for non-discounted material Under MM material type type: ZDIS (discountable) & ZNDI (non-discountable).

• Sales Order processing VA01.

• Material keys in Sales order entry, system checks the material type in MARA-MTART (ZDIS or ZNDI) to determine material is discountable or non-discountable item.

• Sales order entry will determine material VBAK-MATNR. Which later links back to MARA-MTART.

• Should sales order apply any discounts at header or item level, if MARA-MTART = ZDIS,discount is applicable. If MARA-MTART = ZNDI, no discount should be applied at item or header level in Sales order.

Here i dont know which userexit is suitable to use and further how to proceed to continue to solve the issue,pls explain me in details would be very much helpful.

Thanks,

Raj.

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    Posted on Nov 01, 2006 at 07:46 AM

    Hi Rajendra

    As requirement 901 is already created, code in this to restrict these condition types accordingly.

    Assign this requirement in Pricing Procedure to both condition types ZDIS & ZNDI. The pricing procedure is later assigned to the order types.

    Kind Regards

    Eswar

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    Posted on Sep 17, 2009 at 01:55 AM

    solved

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