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Group condition with value scale

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I have the following requirement.

I have a condition type that has base value equal to the condition value of a previous conditon in the procedure . My requirement is such that I need to cumulate the base value across all items for this condition type for each item .

Eg. if at item 10 , a condition type TEST has base value 100 (condition value of a previous condition in the procedure) and at item 20 TEST has base value 400, I would like this condition type to consider a base value of 500 (100 + 400) for each item .

If I make this condtion a group conditon with routine 1 , and scale basis - value scale (in V/06), will it work ?

Any other ideas ? Please let me know



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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 10:51 AM

    This will work based on the SAP explanation and example given below -


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    This is an example of a structure of group key formula. A structure of

    group key formula can be used to influence the basis the system uses

    when reading the scale of a group condition. The formula is assigned to

    a group condition type in customizing.

    Formula '1' adds up the quantities / values of all of the line items in

    the sales document that have the same condition type as the group

    condition currently being processed.


    A company defines a particular discount (condition type Z001) with

    scales based on weight. When a sales order line item is priced that is

    eligible for the Z001 discount, the user would like the system to read

    the scale with not just the weight of the current line item, but the

    combined weight of all items in the sales document where the Z001

    discount applies. To accomplish this, the user defines condition type

    Z001 as a group condition and assigns structure of group key formula '1'

    to it in customizing.

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