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Billing document conditions tab - inactive option

Hi Gurus,

In billing document conditions tab if i select the basic price condition type and click on the details icon the following are displayed -

Condition Class - B

Calculation type - C

Condition category - L

Condition control - A

Condit origin - A

Inactive - X

What does the last option "Inactive" mean?

I have found two invoices. In one it is "Inactive" - X and in the other invoice this option is not displayed at all.

Thanks

Sonalika

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 01:47 PM

    hi Sonalika,

    checkt the pricing analysis in those documents. For the corresponding condition you will probably read 'inactive due to subsequent price'. This means if you have another condition classified as price (class B), all the others which were determined before (have a lower number in the pricing scheme) will get inactive. This means, they are not considered for the calculation at all.

    The inactive flag is displayed only if the condition is really inactive.

    Balazs

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  • Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 02:08 PM

    Hi Sonalika,

    Here's a few scenarios that leads to a condition set as 'X',

    X = Inactive via formulae of incorrect (kinak):

    1) a condition value of zero is entered or automatically found (e.g. scale minimum not reached)

    2) a calculation error occurred due to missing conversion factors for currencies or quantities

    3) calculation error due to applied formulas

    Also, a condition record for a gross price of zero will set kinak to 'X'.

    Please check the formulas linked to this condition in order to find a solution.

    I hope this is helpful.

    Regards,

    Alex

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