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How is the pricing determined for FD Order types( Net Value is zero)?

Oct 05, 2017 at 11:47 AM

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1. In my project, all the price values come as zero in order for FD order type.

2. Both standard order and FD order types are having same pricing procedure.

3. The Item category for FD order does not have any specific pricing type.

4. I could not find any requirement in the pricing procedure assigned to net value condition type.

So how does the net value comes as zero for FD orders?

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Veselina Peykova
Oct 05, 2017 at 12:22 PM
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You could probably share the conditions screen and condition record determination for the base price.

And add screenshot of your pricing procedure from V/08.

In standard, there is a pricing requirement 002 which checks that the item is relevant for pricing and based on that PR00 is not determined. As a result, other non-statistical conditions depending on this can become zero even if you forgot to add the requirement.

Some of these conditions populate subtotals, which become zero. Then MWST, that depends on net value and xworkd via a formula will also be zero.

I hope you got the idea :)

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Thanks for your reply!

" As a result, other non-statistical conditions depending on this can become zero even if you forgot to add the requirement." How the pricing requirement comes into play if it is not added to the pricing condition in pricing proc?

Please find the pricing procedure screenshot here. I am not sure about other screenshots. Can you please make it more clear? "conditions screen and condition record determination for the base price"

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By conditions screen I meant something like this from VA03 (item level):

Condition determination for the base price is something like this:

As most of the conditions in your pricing procedure start with Z, I am not entirely sure if ZPR1 is your base price, but from the description it looks as if it is.

For this condition you have pricing requirement 002. I already explained what it does in my previous post.

All conditions, which are not statistical in your screenshot have requirement 002 maintained and are not determined. As a result your net value will be zero.

If you are using MWST or similar for tax, you will probably have formula 016 for calculation, which depends on NETWR (in your case zero) and XWORKD, which will most probably be zero (I do not see the full list of conditions).

I suggest that you spend some studying your pricing procedure - go through each condition type, try to remember the settings, read what each used vofm routine does, check what access sequences and tables you use etc. It takes a while, but the time investment will save you tons of time in the future.

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Thanks Veselina for your valuable answer.

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