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Customer expected price difference vbap-cepok = B is maintained and the incompletion log is also correctly showing an error. But sales order allows delivery.

how is this possible.

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 07:04 AM

    dear azeem

    check it

    EDI1 AND EDI2 (Customer expected price):

    In normal business process, business charges certain price for particular material but customer expects certain price. Customer expected price can be entered manually or through EDI (Electronic Data Interchange). Someone in the business may accept or reject customer expected price. So that system has to block the billing document by considering sales document as a incomplete one so that the document can be released by using transaction code V.25 by accepting or rejecting customer expecting price.

    Condition type “EDI 1” is used to compare the net price for each item whereas condition type “EDI2” is used to compare the overall item value (net price * quantity)

    For EDI1, calculation is = 8; for EDI2, calculation is = 8 make it as a manual/statistical.

    In “V/08”, include EDI1 and EDI2 as last steps.

    Go to VA01, raise the sales order

    Go to item condition screen, now include EDI1 as 40/- and EDI2 as 40/-

    Raise delivery and invoice. System block invoice

    Now go to V.25 and click on release and now raise the invoice

    The customer expected price is differ from the automatically determined price or value by more than the maximum difference allowed then the system will look this order as incomplete when it is saved .

    The blocked sales order should be released by concern person through work list traction code: “V.25”

     logistics

     S d

     sales

     Information. System

     Work list—V.25 –release customer expected price.

    Select the sales order click on release, save and exit.

    rewards if it helps


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