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price error.

Hi All,

I have a condition type "ZP00" maintained for one of the material 9.50 EUR per 100M2.

Now the issue is in condition tab below that condition the base value is showing as 950.00 per 100M2.With this the whole price structure is getting affected.

Even base price should be 9.50EUR per 100M2 Right..then where is the prob?

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 11:44 AM


    zpoo 9.50

    zpo1 950 , this is how it comes from my understanding .

    check from and to.also check if it got access seq, if so is it maintained cdn records.

    hope it will wrk . most probbably the issue will be in ur from and to

    regads

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 11:52 AM

    Hi,

    Just check your Price unit what you had entered. I think it may be 1 price unit.

    thats why system will considering as 9.50 * 100=950 so change the price unit from 1 price unit to 100 price unit & enter the price as 9.50 EUR then system will consider 9.50 Unit per 100M2.

    rgds

    gsc

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 11:53 AM

    Hi

    Actually condition base value will be the qty of the line item. Condition value will be the multiplication of qty and the amount.

    Check for the pricing unit as well ie: per unit value

    ex: 9.50 per 1 unit or different.

    reg

    Raja

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