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Pricing requirements are typically used to define when an access should be made in pricing. They
can be assigned to a condition type in a pricing procedure or to an individual access in an access
sequence. An access will only be made if the requirement is met. Using requirements can improve
performance by eliminating unnecessary accesses to the database.
When pricing is carried out for a sales document, the system processes the pricing procedure one step
at a time. For example, the user may have listed condition type PR00 first to determine the price. If
a requirement has been assigned to PR00 in the pricing procedure, the system will check to see if it is
met. If it is met, the system continues to look for prices using the assigned access sequence. If it is
not met, the system skips that condition type and goes to the next level of the pricing procedure. The
same holds true for the individual levels of the access sequence. If a requirement is assigned, the
access is only made if the requirement is met.
Condition base value formulas can be used to influence the condition basis to which the pricing condition rate will be applied. In standard pricing, the system will apply the condition rate to the quantity in the sales document. For example, the price determined by the system is $45 per case for Product A. 100 cases of Product A have been ordered. The system would then multiply $45 times the number of cases of Product A ordered. Using a condition base value formula, it is possible to alter the condition base, in our example 100, prior to the calculation taking place. A condition base value formula is commonly used to determine the base for distributing header discounts / surcharges to the sales document line items. A condition base value formula is assigned to a condition type in the pricing procedure.
Condition value formulas are available to influence the condition value that is displayed for a particular condition type or value line in the pricing procedure. In standard pricing, the system will calculate the condition value by multiplying the condition rate by the quantity. For example, 100 cases times $45 per case equals $4,500. Using a condition value formula, it is possible to alter the condition value, in our example $4,500. Condition value formulas can also be used to compute values that should appear as value lines in the pricing procedure. As an example, standard delivered condition value formulas can be used to compute profit margin and item net value. A condition value formula is assigned to a condition type in the pricing procedure.
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Shekhar
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