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Hi ,

I have small doubt any Variation b/w Docpp in sales doc type and billing doc type

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rao

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    Sep 06, 2007 at 02:42 PM

    Hi,

    There is variation for the Document pricing procedure in Sales Doc type and the Billing Document type... the difference is that whenever we mention the DPP in Billing Document type then the system re determines the pricing procedure during billing..

    ex:

    Suppose we take the data like :

    Document Pricing Procedure as "A" and we mentain in OVKK as

    Sales Area Doc PricinProcdur Customer PricinProcedur Pricing Procedur

    1000/10/00 A 1 Rvaa01

    1000/10/00 A 2 Rvaa02

    Say we raise the sales order for the above sales area then system automatically takes RVAA01 and after that some ones change the Customer Pricing Procedure and we mention Docc PP in Billing Document also . so during billing System takes RVAA02 because system redetermines the Pricing During Billing because of we put the value in the field Document Pricing Procedure in Billing..

    If we not put the value system will copy the Pricing procedure from Sales Order.

    During pricing, the system determines the pricing procedure by taking into account

    The sales area

    The pricing procedure key in the header of the sales document type

    The pricing procedure key in the customer master record

    The pricing procedure determines how the system carries out pricing for a particular sales document (for example, which pricing condition records it accesses and in which sequence).

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    PraveenKumar .D

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      hi Raveen,

      Even if you indicate in the pricing procedure the conditions, if you create with reference to a document, it will copy the PP of the reference document.

      Let me know which in the configuration should I do more, so that it wouldn't copy the pricing procedure of the reference document. I think it has something to do with the routine copy control.

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    Sep 06, 2007 at 02:20 PM

    Hello,

    Document pricing procedure is one of the key along with sales area and ustomer pricing procedure to determine the pricing procedure.

    The functionality of doc PP remains same in both.

    As per the standard settings the document PP is same for both sales doc type(OR) and billing type (F2). So the pricing procedure remainsa same in both the documents.

    But if some specific business requirement comes then doc PP can differ in two and then the pricing procedure is determined accordingly.

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    Priyanka

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    Sep 06, 2007 at 02:29 PM

    dear mr pulla rao

    both are same, and useful for the pricing procedure determination only

    rewards if it helps

    siva

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    Sep 06, 2007 at 02:39 PM

    Hi Rao,

    Both the Document Pricing Procedure are same. Whatever you maintaine in sales documents, then it will come into the respective billing document type, which you maintained in that document type.

    Basically the its the document pricing procedure, which we maintaine at sales document types and will be carried out to all the corresponding documents.

    Hope this gives you some idea.

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    Praveen

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    Sep 22, 2007 at 07:37 AM

    Hi,

    As you now document pricing ptocedure (DPP) as the name suggests is used to determine the pricing procedure.

    During pricing, the system determines the pricing procedure by taking into account

    <b>The sales area</b>

    The pricing procedure key in the header of the sales document type - <b>DPP</b>

    The pricing procedure key in the customer master record - <b>CPP</b>

    The pricing procedure determines how the system carries out pricing for a particular sales document (for example, which pricing condition records it accesses and in which sequence).

    The <b>DPP</b> is assigned to the document type header. Also you can have <b>different pricing procedures</b> for <b>Sales document type</b> & <b>billing document type</b>. This is where the <b>DPP</b> comes into picture. Accordingly the system fetches the pricing procedure at the time of order creation and invoice creation. If no assignment made for billing document type then the system will straight away copy the pricing determined in the sales order.

    <b>NOTE:</b>

    1. Sales document type will always have a DPP assgined to it. If no assignment for billing document type then the pricing from sales order is directly copied into billing also.

    2. If billing document has different DPP then in billing document will have different pricing than sales order.

    3. If billing document has same DPP assigned as of the sales order then pricing same for sales order & billing document.

    4. DPP is used to fetch different pricing procedure for different sales scenario. Like in export sales no duties to be posted to G/L account. In scrap sales all condition types are made "statistical." In scrap sale extra condition type for "TCS." So all will have different pricing procedure so we use the DPP accordingly.

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    Allabaqsh G. Patil

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    Sep 06, 2007 at 02:37 PM

    hi rao

    as u cannot have same pricing procedure for all the document types coz each doc type represents different business processes so for evry doc u need a diff pri proc

    1 scrap sale

    2 debit note

    3 return sale

    4 cash sale

    5 credit note

    c free of charge .......so on

    As u kow th doc pr.proc in combination sales area deterrmines the price

    where as the biling doc type is a type of document like a sales order document.eevery thing is differentiated by its own features

    kiran

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    Sep 22, 2007 at 07:06 AM

    hi rao,

    if u do not want the sales order PP to be copied into the invoice, jus remove the copy ctrl from the sales order to the invoice and in the doc pricing procedure field in teh billing type jus maintain the DoPP for the PP you want to be determined in the bill. hte DoPP along with the CuPP and customer sales area will determine the PP in bill. make sure the DoPP in billing and sales order type are diff.

    saurabh

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