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condition types

Hi sap gurus,

If i have 2 pricing proc, 1 in India and Other in US.

Certainly some condition types that we maintain in pricing procedure will be different from india to US.

Hint: insurance will be there for US, where as for india, no insurance. llly Tax..

Plz give the condition types that might be different.

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 06:04 AM

    Dear Sabina

    To trigger US tax calculation using an external tax system, at least three conditions must be met:

    1) Condition types UTXJ, XR1, XR2, XR3, XR4, XR5 and XR6 exist in the customer pricing procedure.

    2) UTXJ has the condition value formula 300 and XR1 - XR6 the condition value formulas 301 - 306, respectively.

    3) UTXJ must be active in the customer pricing procedure during the SD document transaction.

    Conditions 1 and 2 are met using the standard pricing procedure RVAXUS delivered by SAP. The pricing procedure RVAXUS can be used as a template for US tax calculation using an external tax system (RVAXUS is defined in transaction V/08).

    Condition 3 is met if, during the pricing procedure execution, a condition record is found for UTXJ. Therefore, condition records for UTXJ have to be maintained.


    G. Lakshmipathi

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