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Access not made (initilialized field) in shipment cost


My requirement is create the new Key combination (Vendor/TrspPlanPt/Shp.Cond./DestCtry/DestRegion) in condition type for transporter pricing.

So I have created the new condition table (Pricing shipment cost) uses the T/Code u2013 T_03. I have assigned the condition table to access Sequences & access sequences assigned to Condition types. I maintained the transportation rate T/Code u2013 TK13.

But when I have created the shipment cost system is not pickup the value and hence the condition record is not found. In the 'Analysis' step, I see the msg "Access not made (initilialized field)"

Pl provide the solution for above requirement

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 10, 2008 at 01:30 PM


    When you create a new condition table you have to use the step import before you save it

    have you did that step?

    please check



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    • Dear Guru's,

      Thanks for replay; my requirement is same vender, same Transport Planning Plant, same Shipping conditions & different Destination region (Customer state) wise price.

      Ex.- X-vender, Y-Plant, Z-shipping condition & A,B,C,D etc Region.

      When I will create the shipment & attached the delivery. System goes to delivery & check the customer Region than pickup the transporter pricing.

      So I have assigned the condition table to access sequences & maintained the fields as below:


      TPLST KOMK TPLST TransportPlanningPt

      VSBED KOMK VSBED Shipping conditions

      LAND1Z KOMK LAND1Z Destination country

      REGIOZ KOMK REGIOZ Destination region

      Pl provide the solution for above requirement.

      Pl. help me.



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