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SIS update - exclude certain pricing conditions

We have an SIS structure that tracks Net value of the billing item (VBRP-NETWR) by month. Now the users want to have ( Net value - Extra Charge ) where Extra Charge is a Z.. pricing condition. I looked at the fields available for the SIS update in MC25 and none of them has anything to do with the pricing conditions.

Has anyone done anything like that and how can we exclude certain pricing conditions when updating SIS?

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    Posted on Nov 10, 2007 at 06:02 AM

    Hi There,

    Just share my opinion on the requirement, let's see from different angle.

    Instead of SIS, you can achive the business objective by using SAP Query or ABAP report.

    If you still insist to use SIS, please check whether the Z condition type was exist in a field at billing item, i.e vbrp-kzwi?, meaning did you pass the value to a field in pricing procedure configuration?

    if so then you can pass the field to new SIS structure thru SIS configuration

    Regards,

    Gumanti

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    • Gumanti,

      Thanks for your reply. I absolutely agree with you. In fact, we do have a reporting environment outside of SAP and that's what we recommend using. But business have set their mind on this and want to use SAP.

      I did find a suitable field though - VBRP-BONBA. The field would have to be added to SIS, so it seems that we would have to delete and recreate the update definitions and all data. I'll update the post if I find a better solution.

      Thanks again.

  • Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 08:59 PM

    Not resolved - dropped the idea

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