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Different (Header) Condition Records for different Users??

Hi Gurus,

For some POs, we are seeing different header condition records for different POs. Can anybody help me out?

Here are the details.

For a PO, when one user is checking in ME22n, the following are displayed

Condition Type1 - PBXX (with gross price, Net Value with Tax and Net value with Discount)

Condition Type2 - ZX11 (With Amount and Actual price)

For the same PO, when another user is checking using ME22n, the following information is being displayed in addition to the above information

Same Condition Type 2 - ZX11 (But with zero amount) in one more line

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 05:52 PM

    HI,

    May be for the first user the PBXX condition type authorisation is not there. May be he is restricted to see the PBXX condition type price. In some companies the price is hidden and maintained as confidential information.

    Check SUIM for that user and see if it is restricted.

    If you want the authorisation then provide the inputs like the authorisation object and activity number to the basis person, He will help you out with it.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Kiran

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    • Former Member

      Thanks Kiran.

      For the second user also, all the information is being displayed. Along with the original information as of fist user ID, an extra line of condition type is being displayed which has ZERO amount. This is happening only with some particular user Ids. Becuase of this, the iDoc is picking the condition type item with ZERO price and causing us the problem

      I have checked. None of the condition records are hidden for any user IDs

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