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Problem with Pricing condition VA02

Hi ALL,

When the user changing the quantity and amount in MIRO,it changes the pricing condition amount in VA02.This should not happen in normal condition.

When I am checking document changes in VA02 ,it shows changes of pricing condn. amount through MIRO.

But the user has no authorization for VA02.

I have tried to find the solution but could not find it.

What should I do to track the reason for this?

Please suggest.

Thanks in Advance

Sanu

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 04:15 PM

    IF there is VPRS Condition type in the PP then it is Determined from the Moving avarage price of the MMR.

    Which is average of the Total Material Costs Changes Depending on the MIGO done from time to time.

    regards,

    AS

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  • Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 04:19 PM

    Hi,

    Is it third party order scenario?

    MIRO is for posting incoming invoices, normally from vendors. So normally this wont update anything in the sales order. That will relate mostly to purchase orders.

    You may need to check for any of the user exits/customized programs that triggers this changes.

    Regards,

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    • Former Member

      Hi Shiva,

      Thanks for replying me.Yes its a third party scenario.I have checked there are no specific user exits for this.

      If the user changes anything in MIRO ,will it affect the PO?

      if yes, can you please let me know how?

      As when I am checking it in VA02 > document changes it shows the changes is done through 'MIRO'.

      Please suggest.

      Is there any way to track from MIRO end.

      Thanks in advance,

      Sanujit

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