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Header and Item Conditions

Dear SAPers,

I would like to know which the use of “header condition” and “item Condition” boxes is in the condition type customizing.

Could someone explain me what are the effects of this boxes?

Are the boxes related to the calculation that the system does in the sales order?

I will reward if helpful.

Thanks in advance,

Gaspar

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    Mar 31, 2008 at 04:58 PM

    Dear SAPers,

    First of all, thanks for your answers.

    In Argentina we have two conditions types for each tax in the pricing procedure.

    Conditions for a same tax are customized as follow (example: VAT perceptions):

    J1AP

    Header Condition “ “

    Item Condition “ “

    J1AQ

    Header Condition “X”

    Item Condition “ “

    I have not clear what this means.

    Thanks in advance,

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    • Hi emilo

      As our friends said,already said , So Header condiition types apply for the entire document where as item condition applies to the particular line item i.e., material which you have entered in the line item.

      coming to the point , i hope X means checked for that feild where as

      " " means it is not checked .

      JIAP condition type as you said it is allowed at header level as well as item level .If it doesnt has any access sequence , you can enter manually at either item level or header level .

      But the JIAQ condition type is allowed only at header level and not at item level. so if you enter JIAQ condition type at item level in the sales order JIAQ condition type doesnt allow. it will throw an error message

      Reward if useful

      Regards

      Srinath

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    Former Member
    Mar 31, 2008 at 04:28 PM

    Hi,

    Header condition means this condition is applicable to all items in the document.

    Item condition means applicable to only item level.

    For ex: If you maintain discuont K007 condition 10 % as header discount. If the sales order contains 10 line items then this whole 10% is applicable to all the items in the sales order.

    If the same is item condition then this is applicable to only for that particular item only

    Regards

    Sankar

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    Former Member
    Mar 31, 2008 at 04:31 PM

    Gasper,

    Those two check boxes will distinguish whether the condition type is header or Item.

    If the header check box is selected, The condition type would be allowed at header level and the condition value would be distributed between all the items.

    Generally Header conditions will not have any access sequence.

    If the condition type is item condition then the condition value is specific to the item and there won't be further splitting for the condition value.

    Regards,

    Aj.

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