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I want to copy the condition Record. now when i am trying to copy in vk12 it is asking for the rule? How to define the rule and copy?

what is the use of usage(CHSP) in delivery item determination?

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 05:14 AM

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    he copying function allows you to create multiple condition records at one time. You can either copy one or more existing condition records into new records or you can create a new record and use it as the basis for copying additional records, all in one step. You can copy condition records even when the source and target records have different condition types, condition tables, or key field values. However, copying between different condition types or condition tables is subject to certain prerequisites and rules.

    Prerequisites for Copying

    The following general prerequisites apply to copying condition records:

    If the condition tables differ between the source and target condition records, then:

    Only one field may differ between the two condition tables

    The condition tables must contain the same number of fields

    If the condition types differ between the source and target condition records, then each condition type must have the same calculation rule, scale type, condition class, and plus/minus indicator.

    Copying Rules

    Copying rules determine which condition types and condition tables you can use for copying between source and target condition records. The rules are defined in Customizing for Sales and must meet the prerequisites listed above. The standard R/3 System contains standard copying rules. If required, your system administrator can modify the standard copying rules or add new ones to meet your requirements. During processing, you can select from alternative copying rules, depending on what you are trying to copy.

    Examples of Different Copying Scenarios

    The following three scenarios describe how you can copy condition records.

    Scenario 1: Same condition types/same condition tables

    You offer a special discount to a particular price group (a group of customers defined in the customer master record). You want to make this discount available to other price groups by copying pricing details from the existing record. In this type of copying, the condition types (K020) and the condition tables (table 20) are identical for both source and target condition records. The only thing that varies in this case is the value of one of the key fields (the Price group field).

    Scenario 2: Same condition types/different condition tables

    The access sequences for a particular condition type can be defined in Customizing for Sales so that it accesses more than one condition table. This means condition records with the same condition type can have different keys. You can also copy condition records where the condition type is the same but the condition tables are different. Say you offer a material-specific discount to a particular price group (condition type K032, condition table 32). You can copy this material discount and create a new condition record for a specific customer (condition type K032, condition table 5).

    Scenario 3: Different condition types/different condition tables

    You can also copy condition records even when both condition types and condition tables are different. Say you offer a special discount to a particular price group (condition type K020, condition table 20) as you did in the first scenario. Here, however, you want to copy this condition record not to another price group but to a new customer-specific discount (condition type K007, condition table 7). In this case, both condition types and condition tables are different.

    Copying Process

    You can call up the copy function from the Edit menu in any of the following condition record screens:

    Creating

    Creating with reference

    Changing

    Overview

    There are several typical scenarios for using the copying function. You may want to copy an existing condition record into a number of new condition records. In this case, you use the change condition record function. Alternatively, you may want to create a new condition record and copy it to other records all in one step. In this case, you use the create condition record function. In both cases, you can change the copied data before you save the new condition records.

    To copy the existing condition record into the new records:

    Choose Logistics ® Sales and Distribution ® Master data.

    Choose Conditions ® Selection using condition type ® Change.

    Enter the required condition type.

    Enter the selection data to select the existing condition record.

    The system displays the existing condition record(s) in the fast change screen.

    Select the condition record that you want to copy and choose Copy. If you want to select from alternative copying rules, see Selecting From Alternative Copying Rules.

    You reach the selection screen. In this example you choose from a list of customers, for whom you would like to copy reference condition record data.

    Enter your selection data and choose Execute.

    The system displays a list of the customers who meet your selection criteria.

    Mark the customers for whom you want to create copies of the reference condition record and choose Continue.

    The system displays the overview screen for condition records and lists the new condition records you have just created, as well as the existing condition record you used as a reference.

    In the overview screen, you can change the data for individual condition records by branching to the various views (Validity periods, Condition rate, Terms of payment, and so on).

    Save the condition records.

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 05:26 AM

    hi,

    For defining copying rule follwo this menu path

    Spro-> img>SD>basic fn>pricing-->copy controls for condition --> do the confi here

    regards,

    Arun prasad

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 02:12 PM

    chsp usage is used when you are using delivery without reference to any order delivery split you will have to make use of this

    thanks

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 05:12 AM

    Hi

    You can copy from within the condition record detail screen ( there is a copy button provided). To copy you can select the line and click on the copy button.You may also use the Copy rule button, but for that you need to create a Rule first.

    Copying rules determine which condition types and condition tables you can use for copying between source and target condition records. The rules are defined in Customizing for Sales and must meet the prerequisites listed above. The standard R/3 System contains standard copying rules. If required, your system administrator can modify the standard copying rules or add new ones to meet your requirements. During processing, you can select from alternative copying rules, depending on what you are trying to copy.

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    More than one copy rule may exist during a particular copy procedure. For example, if you are copying an existing condition record for a material price, the standard version includes two possibilities: the target condition record may be either a material or a material pricing group.

    Steps:

    Choose between alternative copying rules:

    1. Choose Logistics

    2. ® Sales and Distribution ® Master data. Choose Conditions

    ® Selection using condition type ® Change.

    Enter the required condition type.

    3. Enter the selection data to select the existing condition record.

    The system displays the existing condition record(s) in the fast change screen.

    4. Mark the condition record that you want to copy and choose Edit

    ® Copy ® Select rules.

    The Copy Condition Rules dialog box appears.

    Example

    If you are copying condition records in a sales promotion or from the overview screen and you have selected records with different condition tables, the Copy Condition Rules dialog box includes a separate entry for each different condition table. Otherwise, the dialog box contains a single line.

    5. To display the copy rules, place the cursor in the Number field and choose Possible entries

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    The system lists the alternative copy rules that have been defined.

    6. Select the copy rule that you want to apply.

    7. Choose Continue to copy the item using the alternative copy rule you selected.

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  • Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 05:16 AM

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    Prerequisites for Copying

    The following general prerequisites apply to copying condition records:

    · If the condition tables differ between the source and target condition records, then:

    ¡ Only one field may differ between the two condition tables

    ¡ The condition tables must contain the same number of fields

    · If the condition types differ between the source and target condition records, then each condition type must have the same calculation rule, scale type, condition class, and plus/minus indicator.

    Copying Rules

    Copying rules determine which condition types and condition tables you can use for copying between source and target condition records. The rules are defined in Customizing for Sales and must meet the prerequisites listed above. The standard version of the SAP System contains standard copying rules. If required, your system administrator can modify the standard copying rules or add new ones to meet your requirements. During processing, you can select from alternative copying rules, depending on what you are trying to copy.

    Examples of Different Copying Scenarios


    The following three scenarios describe how you can copy condition records.


    Scenario 1

    : Same condition types/same condition tables
    You offer a special discount to a particular price group (a group of customers defined in the customer master record). You want to make this discount available to other price groups by copying pricing details from the existing record. In this type of copying, the condition types (K020) and the condition tables (table 20) are identical for both source and target condition records. The only thing that varies in this case is the value of one of the key fields (the Price group field).

    Scenario 2

    : Same condition types/different condition tables
    The access sequences for a particular condition type can be defined in Customizing for Sales so that it accesses more than one condition table. This means condition records with the same condition type can have different keys. You can also copy condition records where the condition type is the same but the condition tables are different. Say you offer a material-specific discount to a particular price group (condition type K032, condition table 32). You can copy this material discount and create a new condition record for a specific customer (condition type K032, condition table 5).

    Scenario 3:

    Different condition types/different condition tables
    You can also copy condition records even when both condition types and condition tables are different. Say you offer a special discount to a particular price group (condition type K020, condition table 20) as you did in the first scenario. Here, however, you want to copy this condition record not to another price group but to a new customer-specific discount (condition type K007, condition table 7). In this case, both condition types and condition tables are different.

    Copying Process

    You can call up the copy function from the Edit menu in any of the following condition record screens:

    · Creating

    · Creating with reference

    · Changing

    · Overview

    There are several typical scenarios for using the copying function. You may want to copy an existing condition record into a number of new condition records. In this case, you use the change condition record function. Alternatively, you may want to create a new condition record and copy it to other records all in one step. In this case, you use the create condition record function. In both cases, you can change the copied data before you save the new condition records.

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 05:22 AM

    hi,

    chsp is the usage for ,is stock is maintained in batches.

    sriram.

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