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limiting the customer to a value

Hi sd gurus,

i need a clarification for the following scenario, ex: if a customer places an order the value of the order should not be less than 5000/- rs. i should able to raise a sales order only when the value of the order is equal to or more than the amount, if the amount is less than i should get a pop-up, is their any possibility apart from user-exists. points will be rewarded, thanks in adv


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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 02:33 PM


    In the pricing procedure can place these condition types- AMIW (Minimum sales order value) and AMIZ (Minimum value surcharge). You can levy surcharge for not creating the order for a given minimum value but cannot stop it from creation. If you donot want to get it saved, you have to take the help of the ABAPers.


    Ravi Sankar

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