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The same condition type calculates different amount !

Hi there,

On the print out of an invoice (VF03) I have realized that two different rows at the end of the invoice with the same description (Min Freight Charge) display 2x different amount of freight, once I check the condition type, on the header level, I see the same condition type (ZS..) with two different amount. Can anybody explain how can the same condition type (Min Freight Charge) be found calculating 2x different amounts

Thanks

Kami

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2010 at 12:53 PM

    I suppose in the analysis of the pricing, while looking carefully the fields for determianation you'll get your answers...

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    Posted on Jan 26, 2010 at 01:58 PM

    The invoice has just one item?

    Then, is Condition type determined manually?

    G. Cicconi

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2010 at 02:41 AM
    I see the same condition type (ZS..) with two different amount.

    May be for different combinations in VK11, different value would have been maintained. Check in VK12 or VK13 for all combinations.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Hi,

      Check your pricing procedure at SPRO-> sales and distribution -> Basic functions -> Pricing control ->Define and assign pricing procedures ->maintain pricing procedures.

      There might be two condition types used to calculate the frieght value. Each might be assigned with different routines under Alternative formula for condition base value column. I assume only one frieght condition type is needed to calculate the final value with reference to another condition type. Check the settings.

      Regards

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