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tax cond types in pricing proce

hi friends

i am created pri pro like this

step contype from to con rec

10 pr00 1000

20 k007 10%

30 sub toatal 10 20

40 kf00 400

50 g total 30 40

actual result shoud come 1000100=1100400=1500

but my result is 1000100=1100400=1100

but my result is 1100 . frieght value 400 is taking into consideration

what is the problem please explain

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    Posted on Dec 25, 2007 at 10:45 AM

    Dear kishore kumar

    Check in V/06 your condition type KF00 in Control data1 plus/minus field, it should be 'A' or blank.

    Regards,

    Srikanthraj

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    Posted on Dec 25, 2007 at 10:47 AM

    Condition Type:

    Every element of pricing is called a Condition Type.

    Every Condition Type / Element will have a standard Technical Name.

    Few Standard Condition Types are:

    PR00 - STANDARD PRICE

    KA00 - SALES DEAL with DISCOUNT

    KF00 - FRIGHT

    T.Code V/06 is used to define the Condition Types.

    There are around 256 condition types given by the Standard SAP System.

    For our pricing configuration we can choose our own condition type from the list. In case a condition type does not match the requirement then we can copy the condition type and modify according to the requirement.

    values are maintained for eveey condition type. i.e. condition records are maintained for condition types inside the condition table.

    Pricing Procedure

    simple-pricing-procedue

    Reward points if useful.

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