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Changes in Pricing

Hello Sap Experts,

I am encountering one issue. My company wants to maintain pricing in "ship to" level....which should be for certain pricing condition types. And this new combination should be added to certain existing pricing report.The situation here is they want to maintain multiple ship to's for same sold to and for each ship to they want to maintain a uniqe price.

From my understanding I think i have to create a new condition table with 2 fields..material and ship to. Then i have to assign that table to access sequence.Then i have to add that table in those existing pricing reports.

Pls let me know how should i handle this situation..its urgent.Hope to hear from u soon.Thanks.


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    Posted on Jan 27, 2008 at 02:02 AM

    hello, friend.

    that seems like a logical approach, to use material and ship-to as pricing variables. however, the customer (sold-to) or sales organization/distribution channel remain as the key. in configuration, you will use IMG > SD > BASIC FUNCTIONS > PRICING > PRICING CONTROL.

    to come up with this pricing scenario, first check the condition tables and see if there is an existing SAP standard that contains one that is at least CUSTOMER/SHIP-TO/MATERIAL that you will use for your access sequence. if there is none, then you will have to create one, and add the fields SHIP-TO and MATERIAL.

    next, create your access sequence in include this condition table as one of the steps. this is to let the system know how and what to search when determining prices.

    you assign this access sequence to your condition type (preferably one that you copied from a standard type, such as PR00).

    include this condition type in your pricing procedure.

    hope this helped.


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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2008 at 02:19 AM


    I had almost a similar situation. Based on our business scenario for a specific customer we need to assign pricing based on ship-to number (which is customer). The sold-to number was our overseas operation (cross-company pricing).

    We had created a ship-to specific pricing condition type and assigned to next to regular pricing condition type in the pricing procedure.

    The pricing condition record was created to the ship-to specific number. Even if the system finds two pricing condition records (sold-to specific or ship-to specific), the system applied the ship-to pricing since the ship-to pricing condition type was set in the next step to the regular pricing condition type.

    The other option is what your understanding is about. You can also add a table, with the required fields, in the access sequence. You need to note that the access should complete at all the table levels. This means you need to uncheck Exclusive in the access sequence.

    Based on the business scenario you can select either one of these options, but be sure to conduct enough testing.

    Hope this helps to resolve the issue.

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