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Condition tables in Calculation scema

Hi all

Can some one explain me the concept of searching condition tables for a condition type in defining s calculation scema ?

what are these condition tables?

how the fields in those tables are updated? with some examples ?

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Bhushan.N

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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 05:13 AM

    Hi Bhushan,

    For more details, refer SAP Library;

    Conditions and Price Determination (MM-PUR-VM)

    Bye,

    Muralidhara

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 06:38 AM

    Hi Sasi,

    Condition Tables in pricing provides information regarding the all the purchase activities in . Let me explain how it will work.

    There are a few SAP define condition tables there are some fields all ready exists like plant, vendor, PO like and access sequences. If you maintain condition tables for an access sequence when u create PO, the information related to cost detains will be store in info record for plant, vendor, PO combination.

    When u release a PO u can observe a message like info record no.xxxxxxx updated means for particular condition type with access sequence say PB00 if u maintain a conditions table with plant, vendor combintaion (say 0001 and XYZ vendor) for a X material it will store that basic price for the above said combination in its info record. If in future if u create PO for above said material, vednor, plant combination sytem automatically takes the PBOO basic price value from the inforecord.

    I think it will help ful to u. If not revert back

    Ravi

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