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CRM Pricing

Hi Forum

I cannot get a price for my product in a quotation.

I have created a product and included 0PRO contion for that product with a price of 1000 GBP. When I create a quotation, the price remais as 0 GBP in the prices tab.

My pricing procedure is determined and I used the ffg:

Cust Pric Proc: Standard

Pricing proc: 0CRM01.

Is there any steps that I have missed out.

Usin CRM 5.0

Regards

Avi

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    Posted on May 17, 2008 at 03:49 PM

    Hi Avinash,

    1. Check the condition tab at the item level, if any record can be seen their.

    Also click on Accesses, Choose Step (which must be red), and analyse which table and wat keys IPC is looking for.

    2. Check the item category customizing. It should be marked Pricing relevant and pricing should be active.

    3. Go to transaction SM53, choose Cache info -> State in the navigation (Left Hand side)

    choose Regionoverview in the right hand side and than click on delete. This shall refresh the IPC cache.

    Regards,

    Shalini Chauhan

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    Posted on May 19, 2008 at 02:40 AM

    hi

    i believe you need to check the item category customizing. It should be marked Pricing relevant and pricing should be active.

    and alos go inside the SM53 and refersh the IPC cache as shalini said

    it may solve ur probs

    best regards

    ashish

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