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PRICING PROCEDURE-CALCULATION SCHEMA

Dear All,

There are some queries regarding pricing procedure calculation schema.Please help me out:

1) What is the use of the "Requirement" column in calculation schema in real time scenario?

2) What is meant by "Alternative calculation type" and "Alternative base value" column?What is its use in real time scenario?

3) In the Print column if we place "X",it says "Printing at item level (previous procedure)".What does this actually means?

4) What is the use of "Accurals" and what effect does it have in the pricing procedure and pricing calculation?

For all the above queries some real time scenario example willbe highly appreciable.

Regards,

Indranil

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    Posted on May 30, 2008 at 06:27 AM

    what abut my other 3 queries??

    regards,

    indranil

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    Posted on May 30, 2008 at 04:14 AM

    Hi Indranil,

    For Point 4 that is about accruals, when you create a condition type there you should tick accruals and when you include this condition type in calculation schema you can specify to which GL account it has to hit.

    For example, if you want to know how much you have spent on freight you just tick freight condition type as accrual and assign a gl account for that so that it will be easy for analysis.

    Regards

    Pavan H S

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    Posted on May 30, 2008 at 03:59 AM

    Hi Indranil

    With regard to point No. 4

    When ever there is a requirement to generate a purchase report if we need to capture the costs individually(i.e. Taxes, services charges, Insurance etc.) include the condition type to acruals by which a GL account is assigned to a the accounting key(transaction Key).

    Any one please correct me if iam wrong

    Regards

    Jagadish

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    Posted on May 30, 2008 at 08:35 AM

    HI,

    i am explaining your queries in terms of sales perspective hope it helps you.

    1. Requirement: Denoted by nos, this is a condition required for a particular condition type to be executed. Eg. PR00: req 2 ie item relevant for pricing

    VPRS/EKO1: req 4 ie cost

    Rebate BAO1 Req 24/Req 25 etc

    Eg. for PR00, if this value is to be used for credt check of a customer, we mark the subtotal as A.

    2 Alternate Calculation type: this is also denoted by numbers . Eg. Suppose for 45 units , each unit is charged $100 per unit, the order value comes out to be $4500, that is calculation is done as per unit price, if the client wants calculation type to be based on volume or wieght, alternate calculation type can be configured.

    3. Alternate base value: Denoted by no.

    Eg, if the pricing scale is maintained and pricing for 45 units comes under the scale of $100 per unit., the base value is 45 units, but if the client wants a standard base value in some casesto be assumed inspite of maintaining the scale, an alternate base value is confihured, that is the base value based on which the order value is to be calculated changes.

    4. Accruals: Accruals are maintained for rebate agreements, it constitutes the total accumulated value which customer has earned through rebate, one the rebate for certain amount is settled the amount from the accruals get deducted.

    Regards,

    Archit

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