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adding multiple condition types in pricing procedure

Hi Experts,

i have added 3 custom condition types in my pricing procedure.How to add these 3 condition types in pricing procedure, so that when i create a sales order the net value should be the sum of these 3 conditon types.

At present , i my sales order the net value is calculated based on only one condition type, even though i can see all 3 condiotion types i "conditions" tab of sales order.

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 02:56 AM

    hi,

    u will ahve to assign accnt keys to to all the cond u want to be part of the net value. all these cond will hit accnts.

    saurabh

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  • Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 03:18 AM

    Dear Raghu

    Let us assume your three conditions are ABCD, EFGH, IJKL apart from PR00.

    In your pricing procedure Step 100 would be your PR00. Insert three step numbers, viz.105, 110 & 115. For 105, add the condition type ABCD, 110 for EFGH and 115 for IJKL. Now insert one more Step for "<i>Sub Total</i>" with Step no.120 and give values "<b>100</b>" in "<b>From</b>" and "<i>115</i>" in "<b>To</b>" column. Also you have to decide whether these conditions will have flow manually or automatic and depending upon this, pick the white box of the respective header.

    Finally, assign the respective Accounting Key Values (ERL / ERS) for all the conditions.

    Thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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