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pricing simulation

hello, friends.

need your help... i understand that there is no standard transaction in SD to simulate pricing (other than using a dummy sales order). however, we have pricing reports using V/LD so that we could list condition types based on access sequence.

we have a requirement to list simulated pricing as it would appear in the sales order, so a possible format could be:

PR00 material price

+ surcharges (e.g. KF00)

- discounts (e.g., K004, K005, K007, etc.)

Net total Price (with or without taxes)

we could get the condition type details from tables such as KONP, KONH, etc... but if a condition type such as PR00 was created for a material using several combination keys (e.g. customer/material, material with release status, etc...)or different sales areas, and all are valid at the same time, could anyone suggest how we could determine which access sequence/exclusivity should apply and from which table the data could be retrieved?

many thanks in advance...

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    Oct 22, 2009 at 03:55 AM

    If valid Condition record are maintained for multiple combination for Condition Type PR00, the moment the first valid Condition record is found, it will not look for other records, even if it is maintained. So, by default the first valid ccondition record should be considered and not multiple.

    Regards,

    Rajesh Banka

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      You have mentioned it correctly that it is done during sales order processing. Pricing is determined based on condition technique.

      Regards,

      Rajesh Banka

  • Oct 22, 2009 at 05:09 AM

    Hi Jonathan

    If you have a condition type with several key combination's then system will search from the first condition table assigned to the access sequence and it will keep on searching till the last condition table. and it will pick the last record which has been maintained .

    Secondly , if any exclusive indicator is maintained in the access sequence then it wont search for the next key combination but it will stop searching and it will pick the record with the existing key combination

    So if you create the sales order then it will search for the sales area on which it has been created and material record will picked up based on that record only , because the material will also be determined on the sales area on which the customer is also there .

    Regards

    Srinath

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    Nov 04, 2009 at 03:53 AM

    used both helpful approaches.

    many thanks.

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