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user exit or formula to changing pricing type

Hi gurus!

I have a problem with pricing type. We are doing some modifications in the system and adapting some prices from the contracts when we are creating new sales orders. I want that when we are taking the data from the contract, we check some conditions about existing scales, and if it's the case, we have to change the pricing type defined on VTAA ("B") for another one ("G").

There is some place where i can do this? I tried to do it in MV45AFZB in USEREXIT_NEW_PRICING_VBAP, but it doesn't works, i have to do it earlier. Maybe in the copy control.....

Have you any idea?

Thanks in advance


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    Posted on Feb 25, 2009 at 03:15 PM


    You want to change the pricing type from B to G only in some case when you are creating a sales order in reference to contract. If this you want you need to add the logic in copy control routine.

    Thanks in advances,


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    • Former Member Mariano Adalberto Sorrentino

      Thanks Mariano,

      I have seen that in structure TVCPA i can change this pricing type, but know i have another problem.

      I have tried to looking for different structures, but i don't know which one will be the correct one for detecting scales between this customer and this material. Is it possible to have the field "scales mantained" in the formula?

      I know KONM have scales ranges for this customer-material, but i have no vision of this table....

      thanks in advance

      Edited by: Abel Raya on Feb 26, 2009 4:20 PM

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