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# how to set a pricing condition type with 6 decimas ?

Jan 05 at 04:57 PM

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Former Member

hello

I would like to set up a condition type in SD with 6 decimals

I already tried to use calculation type W but it is designed / allowed for only condition class D (tax) as said in oss note 2056663. My need is to apply the a percentage (with 6 decimals) to a value (with 2 decimals).

does anyone know how to do ?

G Lakshmipathi
Jan 09 at 11:42 AM
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What you can play with that Calculation rule W is, set this to your discount condition type and parallelly, the statistical check box be checked in your pricing procedure. Have one more condition type with calculation type as A and condition record be 100% of the above condition type. Not sure on the outcome and hence, if you are trying, don't forget to update on the outcome. This might be the simplest approach; else, you need to add the required validations in VOFM routine.

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Former Member

hello

however the user will check with his manager if they can wokr with 3 decimals instead of 6.

if they insist on 6, I will test your proposal and tell you the outcome

Former Member

hello G. Lakshmipathi. It seems to work as expected.

Here is what I have done :

pricing proc contains ZSV statistical value, ZSSF with basis formula 5 KZWI1 and fills subtotal 4 , ZSS2 with calculation type 4 (net value + tax) and basis formula 19 (subtotal 4), where ZSSF is defined as : Cond. class = D Taxes, Calculat.type = W Percentage (with 6 Decimal Places)

regards

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Veselina Peykova
Jan 05 at 06:16 PM
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The first thing that comes to mind is if you need the following: 2.012345% * 240.25 to have instead 2012.345% * 240.25 /1000, where the last part (the division) is done in a VOFM routine.

I know, it is ugly and it may produce additional challenges (e.g. in printforms and reporting), but if you cannot come up with anything better it is an option to consider.

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It would work indeed, but I think the user would not be happy to record a % 2012,345% instead of 2,012345.

it is too bad the condition type W is only allowed for condition class D (tax)

I will try to use a statistical condition + a formula...

Santosh Verma Jan 06 at 05:11 PM
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Hi ,

Is this a a legal requirement for any country ?

Regards

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no this is not a legal requirement, but a very specific use of a certain business.

If I don't find any suitable solution, I will try to challenge them and ask them if they finally can't cope with decimals...