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How to design a Pricing Procedure with both MWST and MWSI in it ?

Hi there.

My business requirement dictates that I can have both Tax inclusive(PR01/MWSI) and Tax Exclusive(PR00/MWST) items within a Single Sales Order.

I know that One pricing procedure can only be assigned to 1 Document Type. So,

Has anyone successfully created a Pricing Procedure that incorporates both the MWST and MWSI tax components ? If so, could you post a sample of the pricing procedure in order for me to understand how I should group the discounts/surcharges and reflect the Subtotals, as well as incorporate the MWST and MWSI all within a single Pricing Procedure ? I will also need to include the PR01 and PR00 conditions into the procedure too, right ?

Really really hope someone with the experience, can aid me on this. I cannot find any relevant materials on this matter, both in OSS Sapnotes and within this forum.

regards

Poo

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    May 30, 2007 at 01:38 PM

    Hi,

    Your business counterparts really need to define the tax basis for the MWST and MWSI conditions and how to groups the discounts and surcharges. In general, the tax conditions should be placed after the non-statistical conditions, although some special statistical conditions (such as rebates) are placed before MWST.

    It is fairly easy to include two different tax charges, MWST and MWSI, in the same pricing procedure. You will have to define simple Pricing Requirements (VOFM), which will tell SAP when to set each condition type.

    Furthermore, you can set MWSI to reference MWST such that condition records only need to be maintained for MWST. (I'm assuming the rates are the same, and just the calculation type differs)

    Hopefully I can help further if you post the business scenarios under which MWST and MWSI would be charged.

    Thanks,

    Ben

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    May 30, 2007 at 01:45 PM

    In SD, Pricing Procedure is determined based on Sales Area (Sales Organization + Distribution Centre + Division) + Customer Pricing Procedure + Document Pricing Procedure. Sales Area is determined in Sales Order Header Level. Customer Pricing Procedure is determined from Customer Master. Document Pricing Procedure is determined from Sales Document Type / Billing Type (if configured). Once the pricing procedure is determined, Condition records are fetched. If appropriate condition records are found, the price is determined. If Mandatory pricing condition is missing, system will through an error message.

    In SD, the steps to configure Pricing procedure are as under:

    Step 1:

    Condition table: If existing condition table meets the requirement, we need not create a new condition table. Considering the requirement for new condition table, the configuration will be done in spro as follows: IMG --> Sales & Distribution --> Basic Function --> Pricing Control --> Condition Table (select the required fields combination, which will store condition record).

    Step 2:

    Access Sequence: If existing access sequence meets the requirement, we need not create a new access sequence. Considering the requirement for new sequence, the configuration will be done in spro as follows: IMG --> Sales & Distribution --> Basic Function --> Pricing Control --> Access Sequence (Access sequence is made up of Accesses (Tables) & the order of priority in which it is to be accessed. Here we assign the condition table to access sequence.

    Step 3:

    Condition Type: If existing condition type meets the requirement, we need not create a new condition type. Considering the requirement for new condition type, the configuration will be done in spro as follows: IMG --> Sales & Distribution --> Basic Function --> Pricing Control --> Condition Type. It is always recommended to copy an existing similar condition type & make the neccessary changes. Here we assign Access sequence to Condition type.

    Step 4:

    a. Pricing Procedure: It is recommended to copy a similar pricing procedure & make the neccesary changes in new pricing procedure. Pricing Procedure is a set of condition type & arranged in the sequence in which it has to perform the calculation. Considering the requirement for new Pricing Procedure, the configuration will be done in spro as follows: IMG --> Sales & Distribution --> Basic Function --> Pricing Control --> Pricing Procedure --> Maintain Pricing Procedure.

    b. Pricing Procedure: After maintaining the pricing procedure the next step will be determination of pricing procedure. Configuration for determining pricing procedure in SPRO is as follows: IMG --> Sales & Distribution --> Basic Function --> Pricing Control --> Pricing Procedure --> Determine Pricing Procedure.

    5. Condition record: Condition record is a master data, which is required to be maintained by Core team / person responsible from the client. During new implementation, the condition records can be uploaded using tools like SCAT, LSMW, etc.

    It is assumed that document pricing procedure, customer pricing procedure , ... are in place.

    Similarly in MM Module we have Pricing Schema.

    Regards,

    Rajesh Banka

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