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reading pricing conditions of sales quotations

Hi all,

I am stuck up with one problem.I need to read pricing conditions of a sales quotation.I want the value 'profit margin'

This condition does not have a condition type.I think it is calculated at run time and not stored in any table.Although I'm not sure. Is there any function module to read these values..

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 03:09 PM

    VBAK is the table contains the Sales quotation for the document category B. The field VBAK-KNUMV contains condition record number. Using this KNUMV hit the table KONV and get the condition records.

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    Kiran Bobbala.

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      Thanks Kiran,

      But the problem is that KONV contains data only for conditions like PR00.But for values like 'net margin' ,contribution margin' or 'profit margin', there are no records in KONV.How to find out those values ??

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 02:52 PM

    Hi All,

    Give some idea guys... 😔

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  • Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 03:26 PM

    Unless somebody has a better idea: try function module PRICING. The interface is quite complex, but once you worked it out (e.g. by checking the where used list of that function), you end up with all the price conditions in return table TKOMV.

    Thomas

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