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Changing Condition Price Value

Hi All,

I have a requirement where in i have to change the condition value. Currently if i select the item in the contract and go to Item Conditions, the condition value is calculated by the rate maintained in the condition type. But my requirement is i have to overwrite the Rate maintained in the condition type with the rate entered by the user through module pool screens. At present the values of all the conditions will be coming from XKOMV structure through FM RV_KONT_SELECT.. which is the standard requirement. Where exactly i have to overwrite the Rate which i am getting from the Condition type, so that item values (VBAP) and header value (VBAK) will also change accordingly. Pls let me know how to handle this.

Thanks,

Raju

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 09:45 PM

    you need to create pricing routine(using access key) for a condition type...

    in the routine say RV63A901 XKOMV structure can be modified... but you need to figure out how the custom value can be accessed in the Pricing routine.

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      Hi,

      Basically you need some Functional Help (SD). If you are working with some SD Consultant, just discuss it with him.

      Otherwise, For Pricing Procedure use T.Code V/08 and check if any routine is assigned to that particular condition.

      If you want to write new routine, use T.Code VOFM.

      Use MENU Option --> Formulaes, --> Condition Values.Define some number as per the displayed number in the list.

      Generate it. and then open the same code routine in SE38.

      Now you can write the code there to change the values during execution.

      Regds,

      Anil

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