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HI sap gurus,

Suppose if i created 2 sales org, 2 Dis channel , 2 Div..

Then total how many sales areas . Is it 8 sales areas.

Then how many pricing procedures can we create. Is it 2 pricing proc

Is no of pricing procedure = no of sales org.

2 pricing proc = 2 sales org

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 05:37 AM

    There is not 1-to-1 relationship between Sales Org and Pricing procedure.

    Pricing procedure is assigned to the combination of

    Sales Area-Customer Pricing Procedure- Document Pricing Procedure

    For all combinations you can assign single procedure.

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 05:37 AM

    hi,

    the pricing procedure is no relevant with the sales area,

    you can create the any pricing procedure for the any sale area,

    you can komw the more detail inf. via OVKK.

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 05:39 AM

    Hi

    Creation of Pricing procedure is no where related to sales area. Pricing procedure is determined/assigned to combination of sales area + Customer pricing procedure (from customer master) + document pricing procedure (from sales document type).

    So a single pricing procedure can be assinged to all sales areas (which u have mentioned).

    Example: Sales organization : A, B

    DC: X, Y

    Div 1, 2

    Total sales areas are: A, X, 1 and A, Y, 2 and B, X, 1 and B, Y, 2 and A, Y, 1 and A, X, 2 and B, X, 2 and B, Y, 1.

    Total sales areas are 8 for all these areas we can assing single pricing procedure. or diffrent pricing procedure.

    Ugamesh

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 05:45 AM

    Hi

    You can assign one pricing procedure to n number of sales ares as for clint requirement.or one sales are to one pricing procedure.

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 05:53 AM

    Hi Sabina,

    As the other forum members mentioned, there is no direct relation between the pricing procedure and the sales area.The number of pricing procedures depend upon the kind of customer range,product range and any other special or specific pricing formulas.

    Regarding the sales areas - if you have 2 s.org's, 2 dist.ch's adn 2 div's then it will be 4 sales areas(provided if you make appropriate assignment).

    Ex: S. ORG. DIST CH DIV

    R01 R1 R2

    S01 S1 S2

    SALES AREA 1: R01 - R1 - R2

    SALES AREA 1: S01 - S1 - S2

    SALES AREA 3: R01 - S1 - S2

    SALES AREA 4: S01 - R1 - R2

    Regards,

    Raj Sekhar

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 06:16 AM

    Hi Buddy,

    <b>Sales Area</b> : Sales Org / D.Chann/Divison

    To Understand the maximum possible Sales Area Simple Calculation

    Sales Area = Total No of D.Channel Multiplied by Total No of Divisons.

    Say in your case 2 D.Channel Multiplied by 2 Divison . So 4 max possible Sales Area Combination.

    <b>Pricing Procedure</b> = Sales Area + Doc Pri Proc + Cust Pri Proc

    The Pricing Procedure depends on Business Process. Accordingly u wud Config...

    All the Best

    Cheers..Shiby

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