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HI friends,

I have some materials for which i use pricing condition type 'A001' and in the same order i have some other related material for which i use pricing condition type 'B001'. My requirement is when i use the condtion type say HA00 at the header then the discount should be distributed at item loevel only for the materials with price condtion type as 'A001' and not for those materials with condition types 'B001'. How do i use requirements (routines) in the pricing procedure to tackle the same. Please suggest.

Regards,

Uday

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2008 at 09:55 AM

    Hi Uday,

    By using T-code VOFM you can get the screen maintain requirements and Formulas.There you goto tab requirments and select pricing so that you can get maintain requirment pricing screen thee you have to write a program by the help of your ABAPER and assign it.

    Thanks

    Manoranjan

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2008 at 10:45 AM

    Dear Friend,

    The Requirement or the routine has to be set in the Pricing procedure.

    Set the COndition records of the A001/B001 to the Subtotal W or XWORK

    Take the Help of an ABAPer then you can use the following conditions.

    Assign the Requirement inthe HA00 requirement column.

    If Xwork =" "

    Then HA00 should have value otherwise not.

    one more important thing. you should take the Item Categories as TAQ pricing at header level for the Header conditions to be distributed equally.

    Hope your problem will be solved.

    reagrds,

    Amlan Sarkar

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