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DECIMAL NUMBERS NOT ALLOWED IN PRICE FOR STANDARD OR MVAP

Dear friends

1. I have a problem in entering the price MAP or Standard price in purchase screen. System is not allowing the decimal values ex.. Moving average price -- 38.5 or 12.5 It is allowing only round figures ie instead of 38.5 I have to enter 38 for 12.5 12 is allowed. What would have been gone wrong

2 while creating the vendor master how to enter the alph neumaric ex abc123. As system is not allowing for alph neumaric . It is allowing only numeric values.

REGARDS

Radha

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    Posted on Apr 19, 2007 at 09:03 AM

    Hi,

    In a standard SAP system the price fields will accept decimal places unless the currency code being used has been defined without decimal places. What currency are you using and has it been set to have no decimal places?

    For the second question you need to either choose a Vendor Account group that has an external number range set up for alpha characters (use the drop down list on the account group in the vendor create transaction). Or add or change the number assignment on the vendor account group you are using.

    Steve B

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    Posted on Apr 19, 2007 at 09:08 AM

    Hello Radha,

    1.Just try 38,5 or 12,5 i thing it will take.

    2.You have set the number ranges in SPRO.

    Goto-SPRO-Financial Accounting-Account Receivable-Vendor Account-MAster Data-Preparation for creating vendor master -create no ranges for vendor master,

    Here you have give AAAA to ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.

    If you satisify with the answer you have revard the scores

    Reg

    Shankar

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2007 at 05:36 AM

    <b>Mr.Steve B and Shankar</b>

    Thanks for ur help and both the problems addressed well and are solved

    regards

    Radha

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