Hi,
By marking the statistics field in the pricing procedure against the condition type ,the system will perform the transactions for calculation purpose but not for using the same in deriving the net value.
It only used for statistical purpose
Mohan
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Hi,
Statistical is used by the pricing procedure to add a value statistically. The value represented in this step will not alter the overall value in the procedure. This can be used to represent the cost price of the material being sold.
Also the condition values marked with statistical go to costing.
As an example VPRS condition retrieves standard price from the material master which represents our cost, that we deduct from condition PR00 or basically the selling price and derive the profit margin. All this is for our internal statistical purpose and does not affect the overall calucation of pricing.
Hope it adds some more info. Please reward if useful. I will be glad to add more info if needed.
Thanks & Regards
Sadhu Kishore
Hi,
The condition type marked statistical will not be included in the net value calculation for that item.The net value is displayed in the item details of the order and invoice,and the total of all items net values is displayed on the order and invoice documents.
I hope this information will help you.
regards
kiran.
Dear Kishore,
In the pricing procedure you need to add some of the conditions and carry out some calculations based on the total. e.g. you can add Basic excise duty and education cess and than apply Cess on the total.
Here you maintain a statistical line which will hold a value which you can use in following conditions.
It can also be used for informing users about information they want to total and see e.g. during purchase order you can show a landed cost specially customised as per the requirements.
When you have selected Statistical SAP understands that line from the pricing will not be taken up for any totalling of net value which is updated at the header level.
Hope this helps you.
Thanks and best regards.
Rajneesh Vaishnav
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