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Pricing conditions

Hi all,

What is the use of maintaining conditions in PO and info record? When we create a PO, where is the pricing conditions pulled from actually?

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2008 at 06:49 PM

    You can't maintain conditions in Purchase order because, it is one time Purchase order. However you can maintain conditions based on period for Info records / contract. The price for PO is brought from Info record. If it doesn't exist, it extracts from Material master.

    Jo.

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2008 at 06:53 PM

    conditons can time dependent and time indeoendent for the first one we use info recor d/contrct/quotations

    for time independent we use po

    basically system pulls the price from info record or from last po or from the tcode MEK1/ contract

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    • Former Member

      Hello Experts,

      In MM pricing procedure for local Purchase from EOU.

      the Structure is as follows......

      A--BCD=7.5%(50% of 7.5%)

      B--CVD 14% -


      Cenvatable

      C ESecc on CVD2% ----Cenvatable

      D SECess on CVD 1% -Cenvatable

      E--Total Custom Duty --ABC+D

      F--ECess of Custom Duity 2%-non Cenvatable

      G SECess of Custom Duty 1% - non Cenvatable

      H--Net Duty DTA clearance --EFG

      I ECess on Net Duty Clearance 2% -Cenvatable

      J SECess on Net Duty Cleanance 1% ---Cenvatable

      K--Value of Goods -- HIJ

      L--VAT 4%

      TOTAO VALUE-----K+L

      Please suggest how to configure the above mentioned Cenvatable ECess and SECess condition types?

      These condition types should be manual Enrty in PO.

      And should be able to take CENVAt CREDIT while capturing the Excise Invoice.

      Please Suggest at earlist.

      Answers will be rewarded

      Thanks & Regards,

      Vinod Kshirsagar

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