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Regarding Pricing schema

Hi MM Guru's

can anybody explain me please what is the Functionality of SUB TOTAL & Requirement Tabs in Pricing procedure

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 03:48 AM

    hi,

    Sub totals Eg like base price after discount

    These condition amounts or subtotals are used as a starting point for further calculations. You may, for example, want a subtotal of all the discounts included in the pricing of a sales order.

    Requirement

    A possible requirement would be, for example, that a difference should be made between document currency and local currency .

    Thanks

    suresh

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 03:44 AM

    Hi SP

    Subtotal: The value of this field determines where the values of subtotals to be captured i.e. in which table and which field. These condition amounts or subtotals are used as a starting point for further calculations.

    Requirement: It is a routine that is written by an ABAP consultant according to the business requirement. By defining Requirement in condition technique we can restrict the access of condition type. We can ask ABAP consultant to create new requirement based on the client requests.

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    Rajesh

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi SP

      If you check the possible options for sub-total, you will find entries like "Carry over value to xx-xxx" , "Copy values to zzz-ssss".

      For example - " 9 - Copy values to KOMP-BRTWR (gross value)"

      System will capture the subtotal in the field "KOMP-BRTWR". This can be used for reporting also.

      Hope this is helpful....

      Regards

      Rajesh

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