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SD tarification in reference with LE conditions

Problem :we are using SD pricing with SD conditions in LE conditions refence. We want to use bulkiness factor and/or as weight rules in our sell orders pricing.

The pricing is well done but the basis quantity of scale recorded in the sell order (KONV.KAWRT) does not correspond to the quantity used in application of bulkiness factor and/or as weight rules.

Problem : we want to find this real quantity priced (basis of the

princing) to print it in our invoice in the aim to give to our customer all the informations to control the invoice (nowadays our customer refuse to pay our invoice). We can not reach this quantity in SD.

Exemple :

For an order with 5 M3 and a weight of 350 kg

Bulkiness factor application of 140 kg/M3 => we should price 700 kg

As weight rules application => we are pricing on 850 kg in reality (taxed quantity)

Finally, the order with a 350 kg weight is priced on a theoric weight of 850 kg. We would like to reach this quantity to print it on our invoice.

In SD how can we get the real priced quantity used in the princing as it is possible in Logistic Execution.

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 12:30 AM

    run MM02 and set Alternative units of measure

    run VK11 and create the price for your material using suitable UoM

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