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Price based on VPRS

Hi All,

I have a situation where my price should be equal to VPRS value. I have created a new condition type and also assigned the routine 4 in the pricing procedure. When an order is created I can clearly see both - the price and VPRS picking up correctly from the material master. When I invoice the delivery, I see that the price condition type remains correct but the VPRS turns out red in the status and the value is not displayed. This will create a problem for us as the revenue is the same as cost and is to be reflected in the accounting docs. However, only revenue is reflected in my case and is not desirable as there is no net profit in my situation.

Any ideas will be appreciated.

Thanks & Regards,

Vidya Sagar

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    Jan 09, 2009 at 06:33 AM

    Hi,

    VPRS condition type will not be posted in Accounts it will help to create controlling document.

    kindly let me know what exactly you want to show in the accounting document.

    Regards,

    Ratish

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    Jan 09, 2009 at 06:50 AM

    Firstly........VPRS is a statistical cond type so it does not flow to FI. It flows to controlling and COPA.

    Secondly......what your problem is that VPRS is getting a Red light and is inactive. This is a standard behaviour since you cannot have 2 condition types with Cond. category ' G ' in the same pricing procedure. It inactivates the last one based on exclusion.

    To overcome this, change the Condition class of your new condition type (that u have created for base price) to either 'S' or 'T'....most probably 'S'

    Both of them will now work fine.

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      The idea is that we need a price for an item to be exactly equal to VPRS. We also need the VPRS type to be active. I understand the limitation that since we can not have two condition types with the condition category G. I tries with S and T as well. The problem with S is it take sthe cost from the valuation segment of the material. If this is used it will show value different from VPRS in case of drop ship orders where say the material cost is different from the standard cost in the material master. T takes moving price into consideration and so this also would not help. Looks like we might vae to work something with VOFM.

      Thanks & Regards,

      Vidya Sagar

  • Jan 09, 2009 at 02:47 PM

    Hi Vidyasagar

    As you want the MMR price to be copied for price condition type also say ZR00 and the VPRS should also be same and both should come in the sales order then do the following settings

    For ZR00 condition type assign requirement 4 , acct key ERL

    For VPRS condition type assign the same requirement but dont maintain acct key ERL

    If it is not working then for ZR00 condition type maintain condition category Q in V/06 and assign reqt 2 and acct key ERL .

    Regards

    Srinath

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    • Hi Vidyasagar

      Its better to assign a new subroutine to the pricing condition type(Ex:ZR00) , giving the brief outline to the ABAP'er about the requirement and make sure for that the subroutine give the input that

      MMR price = ZR00 price

      Regards

      Srinath

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    Mar 14, 2009 at 02:14 PM

    fsh

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