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condition types


how can we define

1. condition class

2. calculation type.

3. condition category.



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    Posted on Mar 25, 2008 at 09:25 AM


    condition class

    Grouping that allows you to control each condition type differently.

    For example, the condition type "taxes" defines that the taxes in a document must be recalculated if the country of the ship-to party changes.

    calculation type

    Rule that specifies if the condition rate is defined either as an absolute amount, as an amount referring to a quantity, weight or volume, or as a percentage value, for conditions in pricing.

    condition category

    Predefined condition category to which (external) condition categories can be assigned in Customizing.

    Internal condition categories are:

    Advance payments (service charge settlement)

    Flat rates (service charge settlement)

    Freely adjustable conditions (rent adjustment)

    For certain calculations the system has to know if a certain condition type belongs to an internal condition category. The selections for these calculations are then carried out via this category.

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