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B2C: Strike through


we are implementing a B2B web shop. The customer is requiring do show strikethrough prices. Does anyone know the function module that gets the information in B2C or can give me the code to do this in B2B?



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    Posted on Jan 29, 2009 at 06:45 PM

    Nicole, there are no additional configuration maintained for this purpose, nor there are any special function modules. The strike-through is purely view based and a quick review of the JSP in the B2C application will give you an idea how you can port this to B2B.

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      Hi Experts,

      I am looking for the source code for the calculation formula 1001.

      We are using the same to configure the Strike Through functionality via IPC.

      We tried downloading the patch SAP AP IPC JAVA 7.00"-SCA but were unable to find the user exit class:

      Is there any other patch that we need to look for. For our purpose even the source code for the above class should be enough for our analysis. Thanks in advance.

      Regards, Vishal

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2009 at 11:17 AM

    Hi Nicole,

    there is no special function module for the special prices. Instead, the special prices are realized by a formula in the pricing procedure. Here are some more details from the release note on special prices:

    Special Price Display in the Web Shop:

    You can now maintain special prices for products in your Web shop. The advantage to this is that you may wish to have two prices for a product; the normal sale price, and a special offer price. You want to promote this special price by showing customers the amount they can save in comparison to the special offer price. When this function is maintained the two prices for the product will be displayed alongside each other in the Web shop, with the normal price striked-through. Although both prices are displayed in the Web shop, only the special price will be sent by the system into the follow-on processes in the order and invoice. The normal price has no further relevance in the follow-on processes, the system simply disregards it.

    Effects on System Administration

    The special price function replaces the previous two-price functionality in the Web shop. In Shop Management you can only select either IPC or List prices for use in the Web shop, and not both at the same time.

    Other than this, there have been no changes made to the basic pricing functionality offered in the Web shop. The information contained in SAP Note 824085 is still valid.

    Effects on Customizing

    Depending on whether you have chosen List Price or IPC price determination for your Web shop you need to carry out the following Customizing settings:

    IPC Pricing

    1. Assign a calculation formula to a pricing procedure.

    In Customizing for Customer Relationship Management choose Basic Functions -> Pricing -> Create Pricing Procedures.

    2. SAP delivers a standard calculation formula, 1001, and a standard pricing procedure, 15lSAP, for your use. Assign the calculation formula, 1001, to an appropriate calculation level, in this pricing procedure.

    3. This pricing procedure is assigned to the product catalog variant to determining pricing in the Web shop catalog. By assigning this calculation formula, the value will be displayed in the Web shop as a striked-through price.

    List Pricing

    Assign the attribute Special Price to a condition type you have already maintained for your product catalog variant.

    You do this in product catalog variant maintenance. You can now assign maintain two condition type with the catalog price type List Price for a catalog variant. One must, however, have the attribute Special Price assigned to it.



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