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Hi,

I had craeted the assortment model. i had created the value contract in VA41 using that assorttment module, now in the sales order when iam refering the contract to this sales order, price for that material is increased and each piece of that material is shown as equal to that of total value in that contract?

Plz let me know why the price of that material is increased to the total value in that value contract?

Thanks

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 08:57 AM

    Hi,

    In pricing procedure determination you need to assign the Sales area/DoPP(Value contract Doc PP) / CuPP to wk0001 pricing procedure.Ie. Value contract Procedure.

    This will solve ur problem.

    Thanks,

    Sam

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 10:43 AM

    Hi...

    U need to assign the Pricing procedure WK0001 to the contract in pricing procedure determination.

    For this contract when the customer gives an order then we need to create the release order for it. The release order is created with reference to the contract where we can explode the assortment module and use all items or few of them. The price for each item in release order is from PR00 maintained for it, since the pricing procedure is standard for this - Like can use JINFACT or use for testing sake RVAA01. The order type control has the control element to check - Check Contract Control - wherein we control the contract value vs release order value so that if it exceeds a warning can be issued.

    so price in release order is based on current condition records for the material in the asortment module.

    I hope that the scenarion is clear.

    Reward points if helpful .

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