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Service PO PRICE

Hi.

Can anyone tell me from where does the system pick the price for a service purchase order. as there is no way to maintain infor record for service number and vendor.

and one more thing where is this standard material type DINE used.

Regards

Sarfraz

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 02:04 PM

    Hi,

    For service PO, system checks the previous purchase orders for that service and pick up that price.

    If there is no existing PO system will look for the maintained price conditions for services with respect to plant,vendor and purchase organization in Tcodes ML33,ML39 and ML45.System checks this condition and if this condition exists then system praposes that price.If both are not exists in the system we have to give manually.

    If you want to create a PO with the service material master then you create a service under material type DIEN and use that material number.

    If you are using service master then you have to maintain short text and select the service master in the item details.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Rambhupal reddy

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi

      Service Master and Service Category are basically for buying a services.That means you can create service master for creating service order. e.g service for Gardening or small mc repairs

      Whereas Material Type DIEN is used to creat service material,which is used to sale the services.It is mainly for customer service.i.e when u are offering service to customer

      Vishal...

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