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Incorrect Condition value

Hi Forum Colleagues

Suggestion required, I am creating a contract where in I have a material with UOM as MON (MONTH). Here is a scenario, 1st line item in contract

Material Target Value

X1 12000

When i go to condition tab(Line item level), I see condition type PPSV which is a standard one with a value as 12000 and UOM as Mon (Month), here I am changing UOM from MON to Yr (Year).

As per Period Billing Type (02), all my billing plans should have value as 1000 if the contract period is of 1 year (12 month).

Here is the problem, my condition value (in condition tab) changes to 11808 (12000-192) and therefore impacts all billing plans, instead of 1000 all billing plans now have values as 984 (984*12=11808). No clue why it is happening.

Apparently, in my pricing procedure, I have only one mandatory condition i.e. PPSV (Service Price Item) and nothing else.



Also, here is what I am getting when click on condition(PPSV) in condition tab

Condition Values :

Amount 12000 EUR / 1 Yr

Cond. Base value 0,08200 yr

Condition value 984,00 EUR

Factor 1,00000



Need your help to rectify the condition value to 1000.



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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:28 AM

    Hi Kalpesh

    It is controlled by the Calculation type.

    For condition type PPSV is equal to M which is 'Quantity - monthy price'.

    In your case, the calculation type must be N yearly price.

    It can be achived by create another condition type and set the calculation type = N.

    or you can change the calculation type in Sales order item condition AFTER changing PPSV configuration where the calculation type is set changeable during SO processing.



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