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difference b/w cond class and cond. cat

Hi All,

While creating condition type in control data1 what is the difference between Condition class and Condition category.

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Pavan

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2008 at 01:23 PM

    hi pavan

    condition class is a substructure of condition type , it tells condition type that it should add to price or shoud subtract from price . where as Condition category categrize the condition type , like it is a fright charges or tax etc.

    hope this will make u understand

    reward points if helpful

    thanks and regards

    ravikant dewangan

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2008 at 01:20 PM

    Hi

    Condition Class is a grouping that lets you control each condition type differently.

    For example, the condition type "taxes" defines that the taxes in a document must be recalculated if the country of the ship-to party changes.

    Condition category (examples: tax, freight, price, cost)

    A classification of conditions according to pre-defined categories (for example, all conditions that relate to freight costs).

    Condition category basically identifies the type pf cost the Condition type is being used for & can be used for

    Thanks & Regards

    Kishore

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2008 at 04:43 AM

    Answered

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