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adding Header condition for Contract

Hi Friends,

When I tried to give the header condition in ME31K ,the system provide the information as u201CNot possible to determine a condition typeu201D

I made the condition as header condition & assigned pricing schema which we are using.

I have seen same problem with one of the member & try to do the same, i.e. assign Pricing schema in condition. Even then problem is there.

Regards

Sai Krishna

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2008 at 12:00 PM

    Hi,

    For the condition to be a header level, the fields for the contract need to be accessed using your condition type..

    Plz add an access sequence like header discount and give an acces sequence suitable to it and proceed.

    There is a seperate procedure through which the pricing procedure is found at header level...

    Goto the procedure RM1001 in the standard system and the conditions in the pricing procedure and add your new condition so tha they're acesssed when you create a contract....

    Regards,

    Deepak.

    Edited by: deepak k b on Dec 2, 2008 1:08 PM

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    • Hi Deepak,

      Thanks for ur response.

      I made condition ZINV & in that I made condition as header & item condition. Added acess sequence KB01(header discount). In this acess sequence 19 table (contract header ) is defined.

      I added ZINV condition in RM0001 & RM1001. Our priicng procedure in ZJIMPO. I tried with all three pricing procedures assigning for this condition type. This condition type is of type delivery cost & accrual.

      Problem remains same. Can u guide me how to proceed further.

      Regards

      Sai Krishna

  • Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 01:23 PM

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