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Article sales price condition record in different currency

Dear Experts

scenario is like this

client has 1.5 lacs Article its book industry and every book has different currency and price e.g. USD, GBP ,etc

my company code currency is in INR (and from all customer i am raising invoice in INR)

when i create Article my PB00 price is 1 USD now system convert to sales price as RS 48 INR (exchange rate is 1 USD= 48 INR)

and system generate sales price condition record in (T.code VK11or VK12 condition type is VKP0 it shows RS 48 INR)

in sales order it pick sales price as Rs 48 INR


IF Exchange rate is change (1 USD= 50 INR) i canl mention in T.code OB08 for today date

still system pick the sale price RS 48 INR (here system pick from sales price record .)

here i can't change manually 1.5 lac records for sales price

question 1

when i create Article with PB00 price 1 USD i want sales price should be show as 1 USD and sales price condition record should be generate with 1 USD price

so that if exchange rate is change, then in sales order automatically it system will convert as per current date exchange rate and will show sales price as 1USD and will convert to INR for condition value.

(note - i am creating sales price condition record w.r.t. sales org, distribution channel, article)

Please advice

how can i achieve this

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on Sep 01, 2009 at 08:40 PM


    Maintain Pricing Currency as USD in "Pricing Type" under

    Logistics - General --> Retail Pricing --> Sales Price Calculation --> Maintain Pricing Type

    Though i have not tested ur entire scenario, but this should work.


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