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Reversal Pricing Condition and MIGO posting

Dear all,

I have maintained the condition type in pricing procedure, it is reversal for CVD duty. That means if CVD is +100 Rs. the reversal will be -100. At the time of PO I dont have any problem it gives correct reversal. When I make GRN it should be reversal only to this condition which is maintained in PO i.e. CVD +100. But it takes some exchange rate from the system table OB08 & gives the value.

How to make the same value reversal at the time MIGO. The posting must be reversal as it is which is maintained in PO.

regards

Madhu

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 06:35 AM

    Hi Madhu,

    First of all let us know why you want reversal entry in MIGO for CVD.

    I hope its import PO & pls write in detail what exactly u r looking for?

    Regds

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      Hi.

      This it is not CVD actually Non Modvat CVD this is for Trading material, usually if it is trading material all these duties should add to the material cost. But in this scenario, they dont want to add material cost. so we have maintained the reversal condition for all NonModvat CVD, ECess, SEcess and Add. duty. At the time of MIGO these valuee is picking correct exchange rate from PO, But the reversal condition type is picking from table ob08. I can able to post the doc. but while posting I want correct value should be reversal which we maintained in PO.

      regds,

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