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Billing Rate

Hello Gurus,

I am having to write a Functional Spec where for a WBS I have to find the following two things:-

a) Number of hrs booked in that WBS

b) Billing rate

Then I have to mention a formula for

c) Billing Amount = a * b

I have found (a) from table catsdb but I am at a wits end trying to locate the table for (b) ie Billing rate. Now, my user says that Billing rate is the combination of the following:-

1) Activity Rate.

2) Overhead.

Gurus, I need help from you to locate the table for deriving the values for 1 and 2.

Please assist, I have no other way now than seeking help from you.

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    Posted on Oct 01, 2009 at 01:35 PM

    Are you trying to accomplish this in ISU?

    In ISU you can create a rate logic (EA30) using a variant program depending on the specifications of the values you want to pass through the formula. There are formulas for quantity, integers, factors and several combinations can be made as per the requirement. You will have to write a logic inside the rate and update the billing schema to run it through billing process. Now, I am not sure if you are trying to build this inside ISU or SD?

    -Q

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    • Hi - Yeah I thought so and BIll is right. This is a forum for Industry solution Utilties. I would suggest you to search for the correct forum on SDN or you can google with key words "activity price" or "overhead rates" and it will bring the SDN links for the correct forum. There are chances that you will get your answers from some previous posts in SDN on the right forum where these terms were discussed before.

      -Q

  • Posted on Oct 01, 2009 at 02:01 PM

    Debojit:

    this forum is for the utilities industry solution. Your questions should probably be posted in some other forum.

    regads,

    bill.

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