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giving discount for first 50 customers.

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How to give the discount for the first 50 customers.?

v.s.vas.

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2008 at 06:18 AM

    there is need of customisation new alternative calculation type for that

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2008 at 07:29 AM

    hello, friend.

    in your discount condition type, check the "condition update". what this does is to allow the system to accumulate data from your sales order.

    now, when you do your discount condition type condition records, you will find condition values. you can enter either maximum quantity of ordered items, maximum order value or maximum number of orders. of course, date validity range will add more restrictions.

    if you choose maximum number of orders and enter 50, you can now stop the discount after the 50th order. you just have to make sure that your first 50 customers only order once.

    this is not the perfect solution, but the only standard one i can think of right now, without customizing or using ABAP.

    hope this helped, and please reward if it did.

    thanks and regards.

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2008 at 11:58 AM

    Hi,

    Condition update.

    • V/06: Go To PR00 details & in the Master Data Check Condition Update.

    • VK11: Choose the line item & click on Additional Data Icon from tool bar or from the main menu bar Go To Additional Data

    • Cond update provides the function for the following pricing functions:

    o Maximum value

    o Maximum quantity

    o Maximum no of sales orders: three

    • Enter the max value / qty/ number in the max cond value, max cond base value, max no of orders field

    To view the cumulative value, quantity, no of orders for a particular condition record:

    • Within the condition record, choose Extras Cumulative values.

    A dialog box displays the cumulative base value (in this case, the quantity) of sales orders where this condition record was used.

    • Within the dialog box, you can branch to the cumulative value of related billing documents or to a list of the latest sales orders. You can also branch to the individual sales orders.

    In standard SAP maximum no of sales orders given only for three.

    But, it can be done by your ABAPer to change the logic from 3 to first 50 orders or as per client's requirement.

    Hope this would help you,

    Reward points if it helps you.

    Vamsi. P.

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  • Posted on Jan 16, 2008 at 10:25 AM

    Hi Gurus,

    As per my knowledge the 'Maximum Number of Orders' cannot support more than three orders in the standard. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

    Thanks,

    Ravi

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