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am confused between scale basis, scale type and scale formula in the condtion controls. can some one brief it


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    Posted on Mar 06, 2007 at 05:48 PM


    <b>Scale basis indicator</b>

    Determines how the system interprets a pricing scale in a condition. For example, the scale can be based on quantity, weight, or volume.

    <b>Scale Type</b>

    Indicator that controls the validity of the scale value or percentage:

    From a certain quantity or value (base scale)

    Up to a certain quantity or value (to-scale)

    Alternatively, it is possible to work with interval scales. Interval scales must be stored in the condition type, that is, the scale type "interval scale" cannot be changed in the condition record. The reason for this is technical restrictions resulting from the programming within pricing.

    <b>Formula for scale base value</b>

    Formula for determining the scale base value.


    You can use this formula to specify calculation methods that are not provided in the standard system

    When you create a condition record for a pricing element, you can define a pricing scale. For example, a scale based on quantity can determine that the more a customer orders of a particular product, the lower the price. You can also create condition records with graduated scales.

    Please reward if helpful.

    Thanks & Regards

    Sadhu Kishore

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