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Sub Total in PO to be taken to Net Value

Hi

Theres a requirement of taking one of the sub-totals to the Net Value field whcih appears above the conditions in the PO line item details.

I have tried using the indicator "S" in the sub total column against thats sub total in the pricing schema, but it didnt work.

Any suggestions ?

Regards

Vikas

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 07:40 AM

    check any one of these in your pricing procedure and check...

    1 Carry over value to KOMP-KZWI1

    2 Carry over value to KOMP-KZWI2

    3 Carry over value to KOMP-KZWI3

    4 Carry over value to KOMP-KZWI4

    5 Carry over value to KOMP-KZWI5

    6 Carry over value to KOMP-KZWI6

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 08:11 AM

    hi

    You need to define in the pricing schema that for the step number where you have defined the net value you need to From & To ( conditions values of the steps in between are totalled) and Tick for this step

    should not be maintained as statiscal and in the subtotal column maintain S ( S Copy values to KOMP-EFFWR (effective value))

    and proceed there will not be issue .

    Sunny

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 08:19 AM

    Hi

    Please select/tick the statical check box against your subtotal, then it will take it as netvalue

    Raju

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