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VPRS

Hi,

There is a requirement to add x% commission to VPRS (mbew-stprs) value & to this total value I need to add y%. This will be the final cost in the billing (VBRP-WAVWR).

Not sure if the requirement logic needs to be written to calculate the above.

Please do help.

Will reward for helpful answers !

Pri

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 03:28 AM

    Dear Anne

    Try with the following

    Your base pricing condition would be VPRS. Create two conditions in V/06, say ZAB and assign "<b>A</b>" in all the fields Condition Class, Calculation type and Plus/minus. Similarly create one more condition ZBC and do the same as above. Go to VK11 and maintain the required percentage for ZAB and ZBC.

    Go to V/08, in which you have to do the following

    Step 100 would be your VPRS, step 110 would be ZAB and 115 would be ZBC. Insert a step 120 with the description as "<i>Subtotal</i>" and enter 100 in "<i>From</i>" and 115 in "<i>To</i>" fields.

    Now your requirement will work.

    Thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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      Hi Anne

      please follow the same.

      for eg

      Seq no. Codn type From to

      100 VPRS Cost 0 0

      200 Condn type C1 100 0

      300 Condition typ c2 200 0

      Total cost Condition type C3 100 300.

      See here no need to maintin different Alternative cal type as ui can very well handle it thru the above mentioned scenerion.

      Alternative cal type is used when u want to calculate ur discount or some price in some other typical fashion which is not standrad in that case u create alternative Cal type in VOFM and then assign that no in the field Altcaltyp.

      Subto Field suggest where else this condition type is used .

      Hope u got my point .

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