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Condition tables in Listing

Hello guys..

The access sequence for the listing is having four condition tables with the same number with different fields.

How this setting has made?

If I want to make our own access sequence, what we have to do?



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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 10:51 PM


    The access sequence determines the sequence in which the condition records for a condition type are found and read.

    It contains the required condition tables in the required order.

    The order in which the condition table are placed in access sequence is important . Generally it is most specific to most generic.

    After creating the access sequence, it is assigned to a condition type

    Creating an access sequence

    To reach the access sequence screen, go to the initial screen for Sales and Distribution Customizing and choose:

    Basic Functions ® Pricing ® Pricing Control ® Define access sequences

    Go to new entries and define the access sequence.

    Select the defined access sequence and go to accesses.

    Go to new entries and place the condition tables in the required order

    While placing the condition tables check the field u201Cexclusiveu201D. By doing so if the system finds a valid condition record in the first condition table it will not go to the next condition table

    Select the condition table and go to fields the system gives the warning message u201Cthe field assignment has not yet been madeu201D say enter till we get the fields.

    Repeat the same step for all the condition tables and save it.

    After defining the access sequence assign it to the corresponding condition type.

    Hope this helps

    Reward with suitable point if helpful


    krishna prasad

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Vamshi,

      It might be because of requirement functionality you can use in access sequence against a condition table.

      You can apply different requirements for same condition table, So this condition table behaves differently.

      Create access sequence from SD/Basic Functions/Listing&Exclusion/Maintain Acces sequence for Listing/exclusion.

      Let us know if you want to discuss anything else.



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