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Purchase Order Price

Dear folks,

If I create a PO in SAP, where will the PO price for an item come from?

I know the system will search the info records and past purchase orders. Will it ever pick the purchase price from the material master's moving price or standard price?

Best Regards

Junwen

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 05:56 AM

    Hi

    The system will not pick up the price directly from the Material master.

    Only for condition P101, this attribute is present. If you are using this condition type in Your Pricing Procedure then the Price will be picked up automatically for both Standard & Moving average Price Control

    Thanks & Regards

    Kishore

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  • Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 06:02 AM

    Hi,

    Price pick up from Condition Record ,you have maintaioned in MEK1 with the combination of Material , Vendor,Company code ,Plant and Purchase Oranisation ( as you defined in your condition table) and with with help of Access Sequense as all the condition types assigned to Access Sequense.In PO will have Net price( Gross Price - Discount), In item details, you can see all condition types with Effective Price of material.

    Regards,

    Biju K

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear all,

      I get this warning message when I changed to PO price to a price that is different from the material master:

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      Effective price is 50.00 SGD, article price is 130.00 SGD

      Message no. 06207

      Diagnosis

      The effective price differs from the price specified in the material

      master record.

      The system has checked the tolerances for price variances defined in

      Customizing, and has already informed you of this variance in a system

      message.

      Effective price

      To be able to compare the effective price determined in the purchase

      order with the material price in the material master, the effective

      price 50.00 SGD is converted into the base unit of measure and price

      unit of measure stored in the material master.

      Material price

      The material price 130.00 SGD refers to:

      o The current price (for example, standard price, moving average

      price) in the material master, and

      o The price unit in the material master

      Note

      If the purchase order contains a different currency, the effective price

      is converted into the local currency.

      -


      How is this check achieved?

      The pricing condition used is PB00. The system will never read the price from Material Master but it will still compare the price against material master by default?

      Best Regards

      Junwen

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 05:51 AM

    You can set it through Pricing Procdeure,

    and define Access Sequence as you want( M/06 Transaction)

    Depending on the Priority in Access Sequence, system takes the price.

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 05:52 AM

    For the Gross price we will define the Access sequence.

    and PIR is in that sequence, and the price will be picked up from Info Record.

    the MMD price is the Valuation price, it will be considered at the PR creation

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 06:02 AM

    hi,

    If the purchasing info record and condition record in MEK1 is not exist, system will take the price from material master record.

    Hope this answer is helpful for you.

    Regards,

    Sandeep

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