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Hi Gurus,

My client has following requirements:

Scenario 1 : Client maintains material groups

Eg: material group A consists of mat 1 , mat 2 , mat 3

Material Group B : mat 4 , mat 5

When he enter sum of equal or unequal quantity of materials ( mat 1, mat2,mat3) of material group A , 1 free material from material group A or Material Group B should be given free to the customer.

Request you to kindly assist me on the above requirement.

Thanks,

Sudhesh

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    Posted on Jan 23, 2008 at 12:52 PM

    could you explain it more deeply by giving exact examples?

    regards

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      Hi Gurus,

      My client has following requirements:

      Scenario 1 : Client maintains material groups

      Eg: Say material group A contains mat 1 , mat 2 , mat 3

      Material Group B : mat 4 , mat 5

      When an order is raised from material group A , sum of quantity of materials say MAT1 + MAT 2 equals to certain quantity (MAT1 = 3 no's , MAT 2 = 2 NO'S) so total being 5 then free goods should be processed from either MATERIAL GROUP A OR can be from other Material Group B ,it can be either Mat3 from material group A or Mat 5 from Material Group B

      Request you to kindly assist me on the above requirement.

      Thanks,

      Satish

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    Posted on Jan 23, 2008 at 01:22 PM

    Hi,

    Well, you can maintain condition tables with "Material Group" as one of the fields. But SAP supports only 1:1 in free goods.

    Regards

    SD

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      hi,

      unless we know which specific material has to be given free ( either from group A or B ) we cant maintain master data.

      since there is a standard limitation from sap for supporting 1: 2 or 2:1 we cant do it. The only other option i believe is create BOM's with required set of materials. But this you think of only when you know specifically what are the items that go free and the quantity. It cant be variable. Doing a lot of customization can be quite complicating.

      But i think, these of kind of scenarios are well supported in IS Retail.

      regards

      sadhu kishore

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    Posted on Jan 23, 2008 at 01:22 PM

    Hi Satish,

    As per me you may not achieve your requirement using the standard sap configuration as this is configuration can support to only one to one material.

    As you want to give based on material group you can maintain one z table with relationship no of standard goods(A) and no free goods(B). Then while saving you can use userexit to calculate the qty of material group A and to generate a new line item with free goods qty. While generating a new line item you need to give one popup screen with list of all materials from material group B with radio button as selection option.

    With that particular material new line item will be generated then the doc will be saved if it has completed.

    Please let me know if you have any queries.

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      -In standart SAP free goods can only be supported on a 1:1 ratio. This means that an order item can lead to a free goods item. Agreements in the following form are not supported: ‘With material 1, material 2 and material 3 are free of charge‘ or ‘If material 1 and material 2 are ordered at the same time, then material 3 is free of charge‘.

      You can either do this by rebate agreements too but you will need special and non-standart functions I think.

      regards

      Edited by: Nazim Keser on Jan 30, 2008 10:46 AM

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