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BOM with main item no pricing

Hi gurus,

Here is the requirement.

I would like to create a BOM structure, the main item should not be able to type in any pricing , and the sub items will be able to type in pricing manually.

I am able to figure out the sub items, but how am I able to disable manually type the pricing in main item ?

Thanks

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  • May 21, 2008 at 12:27 AM

    For main item, change the item category as LUMF in material master record.

    This would enable pricing at sub item level and no pricing at main item level.

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  • May 21, 2008 at 12:43 AM

    use item cat grp for the material at material master as LUMF. this will take care of pricing at subitem level, also remember since you want to input pricing manually check 'manual' in pricing procedure.

    reward if useful.

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    May 21, 2008 at 02:17 AM

    Hello,

    Create the BOM header item category group as LUMF. This will make the sub-items relevent for inventory and pricing. The net price will be the sum of the component prices. The header item will not be relevent for pricing and inventory.

    Prase

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    May 21, 2008 at 04:45 AM

    hi,

    to have item level pricing change the item category group in material master of main item from ERLA to LUMF.

    regards,

    krishna prasad

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    May 21, 2008 at 06:05 AM

    Hi,you can create a sales bom,and price it at header level or sub level.

    If you want to assemble the products and depending upon the assemblies you want to price .

    For eg. if the customer asks for a certain combinationa of Material A, B and C respectively,

    then you create a Material Master record Material D with item category group as LUMF.

    While the Materials A, B and C are created with standared item category groups NORM only.

    Then create a sales BOM using Tcode CS01 and enter the following details:

    Material : Material D

    Plant : Plant in which you created the material.

    BOM Usage : 5 (Sales and Distribution)

    then give the Materials A, B, and C and give their respective quantities.

    Before you have to create pricing condition records for Materials A, B, and C.

    Then configure the item categories ( T - code : VOV4).

    When processing the sales order, just give the Material D and the system will pick up the corresponding assemblies for that material and populate in the order.

    The item category for the header item will be TAP

    and the item cateory for the items will be TAN,

    In this cas the Material D is called as the higher level Item , and all the assemblies are called as the subitems.

    Here the subitems are relevant for pricing and delivery where as the header item is not relevant for neither pricing nor delivery. It just acts as a text item.

    This type of configaration of BOM is known as pricing at item level. This is used when you dont know what quantities of assemblies the customer is going to order and if the price of the assembly keeps varies.

    There is another way of configaring BOM which is pricing at header level.

    The difference is that the Material Master D has to be confugured using the item category group ERLA.

    Creation of BOM is same.

    But you need to maitain the pricing condition record for the header item.

    The item categories in this case would be

    Header item : TAQ

    Sub item TAE;

    Where the header item is relevant for pricing and delivery. and subitems are not relevant for neither the pricing nor the delivery.

    Depending upon your requirement you configure accordingly.

    Hope that would help you.

    Regards,

    Joey

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