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# I need to maintain scales for Condition type of Shipment cost document (T_06).

May 10 at 12:59 PM

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Where condition record need to be maintained like..

upto 1kg say 10 rs

upto 2kg 12 rs

upto 3 kg 15 rs

Without any specific patter in Cost.

now for weight 3+ kg i wanna charge 5rs/kg.

eg Freight for upto 4 kg 20

upto 5 kg 25

upto 6 kg 30

till say 100kg maximum.

Now, how should i maintain the condition record for this?

I tried creating a scaled ID with calculation type T.

for 1,2 & 3 kg we can have absolute Value & To scale

Veselina Peykova May 11 at 05:14 AM
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I believe you need to use calculation type C - continuation (explained in SAP note 743904).

There is also a blog on the topic: Transportation Management: Freight with minimum value based on weight

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Hi Veselina,

Thanks for your answer, it was indeed useful. I went through the the note, though still didn't get exact answer for my need.

Could you help me to understand this:-

for my case, i gonna have scale like

Scale Basis : To scale

UPTO 1 kg A i.e ( absolute Value)

2 A

3 A

upto 9999 (maximum vale ) C

Then Maintaining condition record as

1 10 rs

2 12 rs

3 15 rs

9999 5rs this will act as surcharge i.e 5rs/kg from previous scale

So for 10 Kg : I believe my price is 15rs + 7*5 =50?

or will it be 15Rs + 10*5 = 65?

Rahul kumar dubey

If you read the blog carefully and/or try to replicate the example from the blog in your system you would be able to answer this question by yourself.

mmak . May 11 at 04:42 AM
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Hi Rahul,

You may go to TK11 -> Respective condition type -> Enter records (as shown below)

Then click on scales (circled in the image in blue).

In the next screen, maintain records (as I did...but my scenario is distance based)

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Rahul kumar dubey May 11 at 08:00 AM
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Hi Mmak,

you are using to scale,

where upto 10km condition record will give 1000

20 km 2000

30 km 3000

now what if for next 30+

say your charges are increasing 500 per km

i.e 40 km - 3500. 4000, then 4500 & so on..till 1000km

I hope you got my question.. Please let me know if i misunderstood something here.

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Rahul kumar dubey May 14 at 12:51 PM
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Thanks all for your help,

I Tried & experimented in my test system with different set ups.

Its pretty much clear now.

Once again thank you!!

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