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Pricing Procedure

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My pricing procedure has 2 condition type:

1. P000 - basic price

2. ZTES - Extra charges.

Condition Category is delivery cost for ZTES.

For eg. value of condition types are:

P000 : 100

ZTES : 10

I want the entry as:

Stock debit : 110

GR/IR credit : -100

Extra charges credit: -10

Please guide me should how to use Account key or accrual key in the pricing procedure for the above.

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2008 at 11:55 AM

    Hi,

    Go to M/06, here take copy of Freight condition type for e.g. for FRA1 as ZTES i.e. Extra charges, keep following controls;

    Condition Control - A

    Calculation Type - A

    Condition category - B (Delivery cost)

    Also make "Accrual" indicator active and Vendor in GR as 2 (Always Possible)

    In M/08 (Calculation Schema), assign the Accrual Key against the freight condition and also do the necessary account determination in OBYC

    Now in PO (ME21N), under Conditions Tab, enter value against this condition type ZTES.

    During MIGO, following entry will come;

    Stock A/c - Dr - 110 INR
    GR/IR Clearing - Cr - 100 INR
    Extra Charges - Cr - 10 INR

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    • In that case you don't have to active "Accrual" indicator for condition type in M/06 otherwise it will become mandatory to assign the Accrual Key to this condition type in MM Pricing in M/08.

      And in this case, Extra Charges will get posted in GR/IR Clearing A/c only. Also you will not be able to post it to different GL using A/c Key.

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