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Pricing check in range

Hi SAP gurus,

My requirement is:

- the sales rep can agree the product price with the customer.

- R3 system controls if the price is inside a value range depending of ordered quantity. If the control fails the order is blocked to delivery.

Could you suggest me the most "standard" way to achieve this?

Max points for a good solution.

Thanks,

Piercarlo

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 02:52 PM

    hi

    i think u can try this with EDI1 and EDI2 condition types customer expected price in u r pricing procedure and maintain the condition records in VK11.

    or else u can maintain the price limits in pricing for PR00 here define the lower and higher price range like suppose a material price is 10 u can enter the limits as 5 and 15

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 11:46 AM

    Hi Prashanth,

    I didn't understand your first solution.

    For the second one I think I can insert condition value limit only on the condition type, so I cannot insert condition limits depending from material and quantity. I don't think it's a good solution.

    My scenario is:

    MSA creates orders and send them to CRM. Only on CRM server I make my pricing limit check. I think to implement a Badi and put a delivery block before to send them to R3 system, but I'd like to have the same control on standard transaction on CRM server and have a correct error message during order creation.

    I can use a fake condition type to insert scales as min max limits and check against in my Badi implementation.

    Bye,

    Piercarlo

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