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Maintain Freight cost condition record


My user want to update the freight cost which appears in the billing item condition type such as ZEFS & ZEFK. The calculation type of these two condition types are fixed amount.

These condtion types are maintained in V/06. But I am not able to locate the condtion record created for these two condition types. When I use VK13 to display these two condition type, there is error message "There are no access sequences for condition type ZEFS/ZEFK.

Under pricing procedure for ZEFK there is user exit as follow :


  • Attention: copied routine! ***

  • Attention: ***

  • Character string 004 is replaced by 904 everywhere ! ***


  • Determine costs according to item category configuration (TVAP)

form kobed_904.

sy-subrc = 4.

if komp-kposn ne 0.

check: t001-bukrs = t001k-bukrs.

check: komp-werks ne space.

*{ INSERT ARDK913764 1

  • if replenishment

if komp-PSTYV NE 'NLN'.


check: komp-evrwr = 'X'.

*{ INSERT ARDK913764 2



check: komp-fareg na '45'.


sy-subrc = 0.


  • Prestep

form kobev_904.

sy-subrc = 0.


Where can the freight costs being maintain in the system if it is not through condition record ? How to update these freight cost master data ?

Please advise,



Xavier Tay

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 11:08 AM

    Hi Xavier,

    Maintain the access sequence at V/07, then assign that access sequence to your frieght cost condition types ZEFS & ZEFK, then you maintain the condiotion records at VK11 ,for those condition types you problem will be solved.



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