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Where to give the Scales in Rebete condition Record

Dear SAP gurus,

This is my Client Rebate process. They give the Rebates based on the following details :

Quantity Rebate Scheme Rebate %

a. 40 - 60 tons per year 3 %

b. 61 - 100 tons per year 4 %

c.101 tons and above 5 %

When i created the Rebate condition record in VBo1 , i entered the Material no and the Accruals is 3. Then i selected Scales.

In which i have maintained :

Scale Qty -- Amount

40KG -- 3 %

61 KG -- 4 %

101 KG -- 5 %

Then i created Sales order for 65 KG . So the system should take 4 % Rebate in the Invoice. But it took only 3%.I want to know Where was my Mistake.

1.How should i maintain the Condition record for this Process. ?

2.How can i control if the Customer buys 40 KG then only he is eligible for Rebate. ( If i create a sales order for 5 KG the system will calculate the Rebate for 5 KG. If i want to create a rebate partial settlement i can do this) .

Thanks inadvance.

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2008 at 12:09 PM

    please check the SAP Note regarding scales in rebate process

    392711. system will consider the scales only during the final settlement

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    • Rebates are different from other discounts in that they are based on the sales volume generated by the customer within a specified period and are paid retrospectively. The rebate details are defined in a rebate agreement.

      A settlement run creates the required credit memo request automatically.

      Now to answer your questions

      a. Your requirement does not work in Rebates. It works in discounts. Remember Rebates are based on sales volume done by customer during a period. So all billing documents for the said customer and material during the period are included for calculating rebates.

      so the best would be to change rebate record to

      From 1 KG--> 3 %

      From 61000 KG--> 4 %

      From 10000 KG --> 5 %

      b. your question is not clear. I am presuming that if your customer orders 5 kg, then the rebate should be 3 %. Is it what you meant?

      If yes, then above answer gives solution to your question.

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    Posted on Apr 28, 2008 at 11:51 AM

    Hi,

    My Client Rebate requirement is

    If the Customer orders 5 Tons material in one Sales order then he is qualify for Rebate Scheme (Rs. 3 per KG) .

    If the Customer orders 4.5 Tons or 4.9 Tons then he is not eligible to get the Rebate .

    How can i maintain that requirement ?

    I can maintain in VBo1. But i wont work. For Ex.

    Customer ordered 2 Sales orders.

    1 st sales order created for 4 Tons . 2 nd sales order created for 1.5 Tons. Now system will take 2 sales orders Total weight 5.5 tons and it will update in VBo2.

    But this is not my requirement. It should not add the Weights .

    Kindly give me the solution .

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    • Former Member Kamesh Yeleswarapu

      Hi!

      Kamesh is right! Your scenario is regarding discounts and not rebate!

      Why dont you maintain a discount condition type, which has a quantity scale basis.

      in the condition type, you can maintain the required scale and the relevant discount.

  • Posted on Apr 24, 2008 at 04:12 PM

    The procedure you are doing is correct.

    Since your rebate is quantity dependent, Did you choose agreement type as 0002 and condition type as B002?

    Regarding second part of your question -

    The rebate depends on quantity sold during the year. Don't confuse with discounts which are for every transaction.

    Rebate relevant billing documents created update both the rebate basis and accrual fields automatically.

    You can create credit memo to partially settle accruals.

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2008 at 04:10 AM

    hi,

    while maintaining rebate agreements u maintain condition records at that time u can maintain scales.

    reagards,

    ram

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Apr 29, 2008 at 01:13 PM

    Dear SAP SD Gurus

    Thanksa lot for your valuable informations.

    Now i understood my requirement could not be done in Rebates. But still i have some doubts in this.

    I explain my requirement again.

    If a customer orders 5 Tons of material in one sales order he will get a discount of Rs 3 per Kg. But the Discount money will not give to the customer immediately. It will be paid after the Agreement period. My client will calculate the Discount Values Manually say for an example on Monthly basis. They see all of the invoices in the respetive month and if any invoice weight exceeds 5 Tons then they will take this to the Discount G/L Account.

    1.If i create a new Discount condition type (ZK00) what about the Account Keys. Which one should i give ERS or ERB & ERL.

    2. Where can i maintain the condition record ? In VK11 or VBo1 .

    3. The Discount condition value should not affect the price in the Invoice. That is it should not reduce the selling price PR00.

    To do this i can activate "Statistics" in the Pricing procudure V/08. Is it right ?

    4. How can i create a Partial rebate Credit Memo (B3) and Final Settlement (B1) in this situvation ?

    Please correct me if i am wrong.

    Waiting for your reply.

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