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Shopping cart amount and Backend Purchase Requisition net amount differs

Hello Experts,

When i created Shopping cart with value Rs-100 and when it get converted into Purchase requisition , the value gets changed to Rs-120 .

Can any one please help me out , how I can track this problem ?

Assured Points .

Thanks in Advance.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 03, 2008 at 10:42 AM

    Hi,

    1) Do you add any tax values in your shop?

    2) What is the document type you use for backend purchase requisition? If you have a PR document type in R3 where the valuation price is made as mandatory then the material master price will be the PR price as per SAP R3.

    So check you MM03 material price and other SAP R3 config for that document type that 120 is made as mandatory

    somewhere.

    This is what backend valuation price help says :

    "In Customizing for Purchasing under Purchase Requisition -> Define Screen Layout at Document Level, you can set price and price unit. The Valuation price field can be set as a mandatory or optional input field.

    Input mandatory:

    If a material master record exists for the requested material, the price is automatically taken from the valuation price field.

    If no material master record exists, you must enter a price when creating the purchase requisition.

    Input optional:

    In this case you need not enter a price. "

    3) Try to create one more shop for testing by changing the material master price if the above one is true and observe.

    Kindly let us know if it works or else if your issue is solved by someother means do write what was the bug.

    Best regards,

    Sridhar.

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