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Value Condition type

Hi.,

I have seen one of my fiend using only one condition type Value in his pricing procedure for credit memo and debit memo Request,I couldnt understand wat the value condition type means,Can any body throw some light on it,

Thanks in advance

Regards

Narayana

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    Posted on Mar 05, 2007 at 06:10 AM

    Hi Manam,

    Condition types are the values with which you charge the customer.

    For e.g. there is a condition type base price for which the value is 200 and there is a condition type tax for which value is 10,this implies that you are charging 210 from your customer which includes 10rs tax.

    In ur frend's case he might be using only one condition and on the basis of which he may charging his client.

    Reward points if it helps.

    Regards

    Karan

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      Yes anil.,

      In one blue print i hav seen this,but i didnt undestood, there is only one condition type in the pricing procedure for credit And debit memo request,in general debit memo is a revenue where as credit memo is a deduction na

      Then how can we take one condition type

      Any one hav experience in taking a seperate pricing procedure for credit memo and debit memo, If so pls give me information on what condition types u used for that

      Thanks & Regards

      Narayana

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