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KBETR in shipment cost: subitem

Hi,

In the shipment cost ( t-code: vi03), Shipment cost for sub item, I can see that the amount for sub item is 8 %

Condition Type Z101

Name Fuel Surch % FTL

Amount 8

Crcy %

But when I checked at this table KONV, the kbetr field contains 80 instead of 8.

Is this KONV-KBETR field refer to the same field in the screen of shipment cost for sub item?

If it is not, then which the SAP table field that the 8 % is refering to?

Appreciate helps, thanks!

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    Posted on Jul 17, 2009 at 07:03 AM

    Hi,

    Whatever value you get in KONV-KBETR, always divide it by 10. This will be your actual value.

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    Posted on Jul 17, 2009 at 05:18 AM

    Hi

    KONV table gives you transaction data for a condition type .

    KBETR in the Condition amount which is 8 % in your case , so it should show 8% only.

    The only confusion which you can have is that you may be looking at KWETR = Condition amount which may be 80( 8%*100( base amt for your condition)

    Hope it solves your query

    once again KBETR Condition amount 8 %

    KWETR Condition Value 80

    Also if you want to see condition records go to VK13

    Rohit

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      Plz check which KONV record are u looking at .

      If Shipment Cost document try to Enter Vendor details in selection screen

      Divide the value by 10 to get the % amount

      For Eg the discount value is 10 % , In KBETR field it will show 100-( 100/10=10, - for %)

      Hope it solves your query

      Rohit

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