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Inconsistence in Pricing Determination

Hi All,

It would be grateful if you could throw some pointers to my below issue,

While creating opportunity, the pricing condition for a product is determined for one sales org.

But when I try for the same with some other sales org the pricing condition is not determined in the item level.( I have maintained Pricing Procedure for all the sales org)

Because of this the maintained pricing is not determined in the Opportunity created in other sales org's.

What might be causing the error?

I found the below steps with errors in the Accesses section of conditions in the item level after enabling the princing trace in su3.

AccessCount 40

CondTableName XXXCUS690

CondTableDesc SalesOrg/Disti Channel/Currency/Incoterm

Requirement No 622

Access Success False

The condition record and access sequence are maintained in ECC and then downloaded to CRM.

Let me know if more information required.

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 08:02 AM

    Hi

    please confirm, when you have maintained pricing condition record for another salesorg/dist channel/Currency/Incoterm. After maintaining this have you run the load. you can check this by verifying whether condition record with above key combination exists in CRM or not. If not you may need to run initial load one more time with object 'DNL_CUST_PRC'.

    Also check whether pricing procedure, access sequence and condition technique actually maintained in ERP are replicated properly to CRM or not. If not you may try again executing DNL_CUST_CNDALL' load object.

    Hope this gives some idea on solving your problem.

    Regards,

    Mohan

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