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Price Tolerances in PO and Info recored

Hi

We have configured 20 % + /- Tolerances for purchase price and set error message for the same .

We are in trading business and buy some items at too low prices even for 1 Rs per piece and next time we may buy the same for 1.5 Rs , depends on demand and supply situation . If we configure higher tolerances , it will be applicable for all items .

We maintain inforecords for our trading items based on our agreements ( agreed price) . This price may beyond the tolenace limits , as I said above.

I want that if Inforecords are available for the materials within validity period system should skip the tolerances limit for Material during PO creation

Logic behind that when info record is maintained for the material , then prices are already agreed with vendor and system should skip this general check of tolerances which is applicable for all other general purchases

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2010 at 06:07 AM

    well to map your requirement you should not maintain the price tolernace limit in config which becomes applicable for the all the material at Po creation

    rather make use of BADI ME_PO_PROCESS_CUST to map it

    make a check like if info record is there then check if the price is in tolerance then ok

    if no info record is not there then check the make system check dynamically as per the tolerance limit and if its beyond tolerance limit then throw error message so that user is not able to raise a PO

    check with technical team to implement this BADI

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