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I have Material A and Material B extended to a plant. I want to swap Material A with Material B, if stocks are not available for A and still have the price of Material A. Also, if any discounts are applicable for A, the same should be made applicable to B as well. Do note I also have my own price and discount values for Material B when I am selling it independently.

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Nadarajah Pratheb

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2007 at 09:17 AM

    Any thoughts on this issue.

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    NP

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2007 at 09:24 AM

    1.There are two separate item categories in sales documents for product selection. The item category TAX contains specifications for the main item (original product). The other, TAPS, contains specifications for the sub-items (substitute product).

    Review the item category configurations in the standard system. If these do not meet your requirements, perform the activities in the following topics to modify the item category configuration, or create your own categories. Note that if your product selection procedure requires that pricing be done at the main item instead of the sub-item, you will have to create new item categories.

    The following examples detail how pricing is carried out at the main item level and sub-item level for product selection.

    In this first example, the price for the order is determined based on the price condition records for the main item only. You have deactivated pricing for the sub-item category, so the system does not determine a price for it. Since both the main item and the sub-item categories are relevant for billing, the prices (even if there is no price) are copied to the invoice and billed accordingly.

    In this second example, the price for the order is determined based on the price condition records for the sub-items. You have deactivated pricing for the main item category, so the system does not determine a price for it. Since both the main item and the sub-item categories are relevant for billing, the prices (even if there is no price) are copied to the invoice and billed accordingly.

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2007 at 10:46 AM

    Hi,

    Konda Reddy is right, the same is in SAP Help, and if you have maintained seperate pricing and disc for Mat B, and want to sell it independently - u can and if it has to be replaced with Mat A then it will , and with pricing of Mat due to the following settings:

    OR Norm PSEL - = TAX

    OR Norm PSHP TAX = TAPS

    as mat B will be taps so pricing will be of MAT A only which is TAX, and If we want that MAT A be replaced by MAT B and price of MAT B should trigger and bill then we need to maintain the following

    OR NORM AP01 - = TAPA

    OR NORM AP01 TAPA = TAN

    Now mat b has TAN item category in Document so billing and pricing happens at MAT B and not at A

    Hope the above is useful.

    Regards - Reward Points if useful

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