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Scaled Pricing Scenario

My requirement is like this....

I have a service product that needs to be priced differently as follows:

For qty<10, it should calculate at $X * Qty and for qty above 10, it should calculate $X * 10 + $Y * (Qty-10). Please excuse me as I am into SAP PM and currently exploring service order feature using SAP SD.

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    Posted on May 13, 2009 at 02:18 AM

    hello, friend.

    pricing scales are standard in SAP. the basis for scaling can be configured thru settings in the condition type (e.g. PR00, KF00, K007, etc.).

    when you create price condition records, for example using VK11, you will see in the menu bar an icon for scales. click this and you will be brought to screen where the pricing levels are ready for input.

    the scaling range generally fall into two forms: the "FROM" and "TO". again, this can be set in the condition types.

    please try doing this and post again if you have other concerns.

    regards.

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      jonathan y

      Thanks for the response. Yes, I have scale type set as u2018Fromu2019. The issue here is, if I specify reqd qty 15, the system is calculating price as $Y * 15. What I need is $X * 10 + $Y*5.

      (For first 10 pieces, system calculates at $X and for the next 5 pieces, system callculates at $Y)

      Let me know if I need to explain in more details.

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2009 at 01:59 AM

    thanks

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