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Dear all,

Is it possible to assign differen condition type to different PO type we have created a condition type by coping from schema

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seema

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2007 at 04:30 AM

    Hello,

    Condition Type are maintained in Calculation schema, this schema in purchase document will be triggered by Schema group maintained in vendor master, so the pricing condition in PO are not specific to PO document type, You can its vendor specific

    Thanks & Regards,

    Sridhar.G

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      Hi

      Following is the Price determination procedure in Purchase order.

      Pricing Configuration In brief.

      Access Sequences : Is the Search strategy based on tables, Records

      Condition Types :

      Conditions are stipulation agreed with the vendor,Condition type will have access sequence in them ( not mandatory for manual conditions)

      Pricing Procedure : It is structure / frame for condition on what basis the calculation has to take place

      <u>Schema Group</u>We have

      Schema Groups: Vendor

      Schema Groups for Purchasing Organizations

      Assignment of Schema Group to Purchasing Organization

      <u>Schema Determination</u>

      For the Schema Grp Purchase Org , Schema group vendor Combination we will assign Pricing Procedure

      <u>Master Data maintainable</u>

      While creating the Vendor master We attach a schema group defined in above step in Purchasing view

      Based on Schema group and Purchase Org, the linked Pricing procedure will appear in Purchase order document

      One Vendor will have only one schema group, any Purchasing Document created with that vendor will have same Pricing procedure and Conditions, this is not Purchase document specific.

      If you want different type of Pricing Procedure, then you must create different vendor schemas and assign it vendor master.

      Generally We created two pricing procedure one for Domestic another one for Imports

      Thanks & Regards,

      Sridhar.G

  • Posted on Jul 13, 2007 at 05:29 AM

    Hi,

    Here u r not assigning a Condition Type to PO.

    U R assigning a Condition Type to a Calculation Schema.Calculation Schema to Vendor.

    So u can assign different types of Conditions to Different Vendors,but not one vendor

    Thanks & Regards

    Suresh

    > Dear all,

    >

    > Is it possible to assign differen condition type to

    > different PO type we have created a condition type by

    > coping from schema

    >

    >

    > regards

    > seema

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jul 13, 2007 at 06:14 AM

    Hi sima,

    You can maintain the Condition records by PO Document typewise.

    Create a Aceess Sequence by taking the Access table having the field Document Types. U have also option to create Access table with desired Fields.

    Assign this Access Sequence to Your Condition Type to which u want to assign different Document type.

    Maintain Condition records for the same condition type with Combination of Document type and material or Vendor.

    Regards

    Sanjya L

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