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what is the difference between the groupcondition and header condintion

hi,sap guru's what is the differences betwen the group condition and header condition and explain to with example

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    Posted on May 27, 2008 at 03:43 AM

    hi

    Please go through the link

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/dd/561760545a11d1a7020000e829fd11/frameset.htm

    Hope this will help you.If helpful reward points.

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    Posted on May 27, 2008 at 03:43 AM

    Dear Raju,

    Please go through this

    Group condition

    A condition that can be used to determine a scale value based on more than one item in a document.

    The system groups the items using the condition key for the appropriate condition record or a separately defined condition key.

    Header and Item Conditions

    Use

    The standard system includes condition types that you can only apply at the header level, the header conditions. Condition types that you can only use for items are called item conditions. The standard system also includes some condition types that can be used both at header and item level: Percent from gross (RA01) Absolute discount (RB00) Weight discount (RD00).

    Header Conditions

    Automatic pricing does not take header conditions into account; you can not create condition records for them in the standard system. Header conditions are entered manually in order processing. R/3 includes the following header conditions:

    Percent discount (HA00)

    Absolute discount (HB00)

    Freight (HD00)

    Order value (HM00)

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/dd/56177a545a11d1a7020000e829fd11/frameset.htm

    I hope it will help you,

    Regards,

    Murali.

    Edited by: Murali Mohan.Tallapaneni on May 27, 2008 5:46 AM

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    Posted on May 27, 2008 at 04:20 AM

    Hi Raju,

    Header condition: take an example suppose if u want to give header discount of 100 rupees and assume in ur pricing procedure 5 discount contions types are there then system propotionates equally 100 into 5 parts i.e.,rs 20 is applies to every conditionn type and doesnt consider the net value in the conditin type.

    Group condition:in the same example Rs 100 is eqaully proportionates to the 5 condition types on netprice suppose if one conditoin types has 50% share on netvalue then discount 50 is assign to the condition type and likewise rest of the discount is equally bifercates on this basis.

    Regards,

    kishore.

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    Posted on May 27, 2008 at 10:33 AM

    Hello,

    Group Condition:

    Condition which can be used to determine a scale value based on more than one item in a document.

    The system groups the items using either the condition key for the appropriate condition record or a separately defined condition key.

    Header condition:

    Header conditions are those which appear in the header level of any sales order. these conditions are to be entered manually and get distributed automatically and the basis for distribution are taken from the Net Valu of items mentioned at item level.

    Group Condition: You can use this is feature of a condition type to apply price or discount for a material based on common property.

    Header Condition: This is a manual condition which you apply to header (Condition screen) of a sales document. This amount is applicable to all items.

    Prase

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2008 at 02:47 PM

    solved problem

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