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Rebate Scales - Graduated to Interval scale

Hi Gurus,

Does anybody know how "Graduated to Interval scale" works in Rebates.

My scenario is - Buisness doesn't want to give rebate on first 500 LB's, if the sales

order is for 800 LB's, Buisness wants to give rebate on only 300 LB's.

Let's say rebate is $2/- per LB, customer should get only 300 LB x 2/- = $600 only.

In standard scale, customer gets rebate on whole qty i.e. 800 LBx2= $1600 but here

situation is that customer should get rebate only on 300 Lb's.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Manish

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    Former Member
    Feb 24, 2009 at 02:01 AM

    hi

    for BO02 in v/06

    in scales tab chec this

    u2022 Scale basis: C u2013 Quantity scale.

    u2022 Check value: A u2013 Descending.

    or Ascending

    or graduated with interval

    or can be maintained in condition records

    do some work around with the options definitely u will get

    regards

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    Feb 24, 2009 at 02:16 AM

    HI

    Just check this link

    [www.erpgenie.com/publications/saptips/052005.pdf]

    regards

    Edited by: rithvika on Feb 24, 2009 8:01 AM

    Edited by: rithvika on Feb 24, 2009 8:02 AM

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      Hi Manish,

      The system calculation is correct. ie at the final settlement it looks at the scale to calculate the rebate payment value.

      Since you have maintained graduated to interval option, the calculation will be as follows

      Scale - 500 bags - Rebate 0

      1000 bags - $ 3/- each bag

      2000 bags - $4/- each bag.

      First 500 bags = $0

      Next 500 bags = $ 500*3 = $1500

      Remaining 700bags = $700*4 = 2800

      Total = $4300

      But if you want to get $4800, maintain the values as follows

      Scale - 500 bags - Rebate 0

      2000bags - $4 - each bag.

      ie First 500 bags = $0

      Next 1200 bags = $ 1200*4= $4800

      Hope this helps

      Rgds,

      Dharani.T

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    Former Member
    Feb 19, 2009 at 03:46 PM

    Hi Manish,

    Maintain the Scale Type as D, in Rebate Condition Type T.code V/06.You can Refer Standard condition Type PR02..

    Regards,

    Damu

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    Former Member
    Feb 20, 2009 at 03:43 AM

    Hi Manish,

    This is a simple maser data issue.

    please maintain the graduated scales as shown below

    Upto 500 = 0

    501 to 1000 = 2$

    this will calculate in the way u want, if your rebate setting are correct.

    Example, for 800...it will take 0 for 1st 500 and it will calcualted 2$ for remaining 300

    Regards

    Krishnam Raju

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    Apr 07, 2009 at 09:33 PM

    Hello Manish,

    Did you get any solution for your problem? If yes, please let me know - I have a similar requirement and I am facing the problem that despite the scale, the system only chooses the first scale condition rate to calculate the rebate amount.

    Thanks,

    Rugmani

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      Hi Rugmani,

      This is standard SAP feature that system will always use first line item to calculate accruals but when

      you settle the final rebate agreement, systeam automatically dervies the correct rebate value.

      Let me know what is your exact business scenario ?

      thanks,

      Manish