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Condition Category field in Condition type config

Hi,

Can any body detaily explain me what is mean by

condition category and what is the use of it?

I think, there is a relationship between price manually editable and condition category?

Laxman

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 09:09 AM

    Condition category is the grouping term used to categorise the condition types. (used to group the condition types).

    Ex Freight and tax condition types

    Relationship:

    The condition types which carrying the condition category value of (I, R, L, G, E) can be redetermined in the pricing procedure (Manually editable).

    Hope u understand, any further clarifications are welcomable,

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 09:05 AM

    Hi,

    Definition:

    The condition category defines how a condition (for example, charge or interest) is calculated. Condition categories are the central element of financial conditions, which determine the basic functions of the conditions that are based upon them.

    Use:

    The system uses the condition category to control the function for calculating a condition and makes available the input fields required for defining the corresponding condition.

    If an amount category is assigned to a condition category, then the condition category can be used to calculate amounts. If a date category is assigned to a condition category, then the condition category can be used to calculate dates.

    Regards

    SD

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