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Alternative Condition Base Value in Pricing Procedure

Hi Frends,

Anybody can explain <b>Alternative Condition Base Value</b> in Pricing Procedure

with 1 realtime example

Means Hw to, Where to & Which one to Assign...........

Hw to reflect in sales document

Please explain with common examples Not Like F1(help)

Babu Rao

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    Nov 28, 2007 at 05:27 AM

    Hi Babu,

    Alternate base value is used as the calculation basis only, while the alternate calculation is used to modify the final value.

    For example, imagine you have a condition type ZZ01, with a condition record maintained (master data) for $100. Now, condition ZZ02 also exists lower in the schema, but with a rate of 10%. The standard calculation would result in a final value of $110.

    The alternate base value could say, "don't use $100 as the basis -- use the original price PR00 only, which was $90." Then, the final value would be $100 + (10% of $90) = $109.

    The alternate calculation routine says, "ignore the 10% altogether. Instead, use an externally calculated 20%." Then, you end up with a final value of $100 + (20% of $100) = $120.

    Put them both together, and you could end up with $100 + (20% of $90) = $118.

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      Thanks 4 u r reply

      Let me know What is Routine number if i want like this scenario.

      and why we use zz01 and zz02 means for pricing or what

      if its pricing we have PR00 why we use another 2 cond.types

      Pl reply...........