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please give simple pricing procdure eaxple with price , custo/ mat disc related

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    Posted on Dec 25, 2007 at 10:00 AM

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    > hi friends

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    > please give simple pricing procdure eaxple with price , custo/ mat disc related

    Calculation of Pricing Procedure:

    Pricing Procedure = Sales Area + Document Pricing Procedure + Customer Pricing Procedure.

    The Pricing Procedure is based on 5 Factors i.e. Sales Area (Sales Org., Distribution Channel, Division), Document Pricing rocedure, customer Pricing Procedure.

    The Pricing Procedure may differ from Sales area to Sales Area.

    The Document Pricing Procedure is used to group or combine together the Sales Document Types.

    The Customer Pricing Procedure is used to group the customers who has the similer pricing procedure.

    Configuration for Pricing Procedure:

    Define Condition Tables

    SPRO > IMG > Sales and Distribution > Basic Functions > Pricing > Pricing Control >

    - Define Condition Tables - T.Code V/03

    - Define Condition Types - T.Code V/06

    - Define Access Sequences - T.Code V/07

    - Define And Assign Pricing Procedures - T.Code V/08

    - Define Pricing By Item Category

    Step 1: Define Condition Tables: T.Code V/03

    - Give a Table number to create. Here 1 to 500 tables are standard Condition Tables. You can create for 501 to 999.

    - Select the fields from the Field Catalog.

    - Click on the Generate icon for Generating the Table.

    Repeate the above procedure for the number of pricing conditioins you have.

    i.e. create a table with MATERIAL field if you have the price condition based only on the MATERIAL.

    If you want a pricing condition based on Customer and Material then you need to create two condition tables. One table with Material field and the other table with Material and Customer as fields.

    Step 2: Define Condition Types: T.Code v/06

    - Search for the standard Condition type (PR00 - Standard price) here you will have to select the condition type basing on your requirement.

    - Click on Copy as icon to copy the standard Condition Type to User defined.

    - in the next screen replace the standard condition type (i.e. PR00 with your own Condition type) and click on Save.

    Step 3: Define Access Sequence : T.Code V/07

    - Click on New Entries for creating new access sequence or you can also copy from the standard Access Sequence. (PR02 a standard Access Sequence for Condition type PR00)

    - Double Click on the ACCESSES folder in the Left side of the screen.

    - Click on New Entries

    - Give a new Access number and the Table Name you have created.

    - Double click on the FIELDS folder in thhe left side of the screen

    - in the fields check the 'INIT' Check Box for the fields to be activated.

    - Repeate the same procedure for activating the fields of all the table you have created. and Save.

    Step 4: Assign Access Sequence to Condition type:- Go to Transaction V/06 and select your Condition type.

    - Click on Details button

    - Give the Replace Access Sequence with the one created by you.

    Step 5: Define and Assign LPricing Procedures: T.Code V/08

    - Select the Standard pricing Procedure

    - Click on the Control Data tab

    - Click on New Entries

    - Give the Step value (it can be any number)

    - Give the Condition Type created

    - Give the Standard Settings for your Condition Type and Save

    Step 6: Assign Pricing procedure to Sales Area , Document Pricing Pro. and Customer Pricing Pro. T.Code OVKK

    - Click on New Entries.

    - Give the Sales Organisation, Distribution Channel, Division, Document Pricing procedure, Customer pricing procedure and the Pricing Procedure created by you and the Condition type and Save the Transaction.

    Step 7: Maintain Condition Records - T.Code VK11

    - Give the Condition Type Created

    - Select the Combination for Pricing

    - Fill in all the required fields.

    - Repeat the same for all the Combinations of pricing.

    Now the Pricing Procedures are Created for each Pricing Condition.

    Hope the above details will help you solving the other questions you have posted for the creation of Pricing Procedure.

    Reward Points if useful.

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    Posted on Dec 26, 2007 at 04:25 AM

    Dear Kishore,

    A small search on SDN SD forum will help you to answer your query.

    I will suggest you to visit http://sap-img.com/sap-sd.htm. It will give you the overview of SAP SD module.

    Moreover there is a separate section of FAQs with answers which will help you in great deal.

    Hope this helps you.

    Do award points if you found them useful.

    Regards,

    Rakesh

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    Posted on Dec 26, 2007 at 06:35 AM

    Hi Kishore,

    My understanding is you were looking for a Businee example that clarifies the need for condition types pricing procedure and so on...

    I have made an attempt hope it helps...

    A pricing procedure is a procedure that determines the price of material that you are selling through a sales order (The line items in the sales order).

    Now we make sales order for a particular sales area. Sales area has a say in the price for example if the Distribution channel is Dealer the price for him will be lesser than if the Dist channel is Retailer (Business sense) hence price depends on sales area.

    So pricing procedure= Sales Area + Document Pricing Procedure + Customer Pricing Procedure.

    Again say there are different types of customers say international they need to have a separate pricing procedure (as they have different tax hence condition type requirements)

    Again different types of documents shall have different determination of pricing procedure so Document pricing procedure.

    Once you exhaust all the combinations of pricing procedure determination.

    You should know what price to apply under what condition that is populating the pricing procedure...

    Say for PP1 (pricing procedure 1) u need price Rs 10 for PP2 Rs 20 and so on...

    For that we make condition records.

    While creating a condition record after specifying the condition type in VK11 as you say enter lot of choices appear.

    This is where you can dfferentiate e.g. in customer master there is a field customer group in material master material group.

    You can choose a different price for different customer material groups and so on...

    Now as per the availability of data in the master data the condition record will be picked up...

    if nothing is there it will be chosen as per a sequence known as access sequence which is top to bottom the way it appears while creation of condition record (specific to general).

    The condition types are classification of price under different heads like taxes under one, duties under one, discounts under one so as per ur business need to configure condition types.

    Hope it clarifies to some extent the pricing procedure business wise.

    Regards

    Abhishek Swarup

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