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Inactive Condition Type

I have so many condition type in the pricing procudure all contain the copy of PROO because for record each factor value available in the quantity and value per item,

Like

Dubai Market Price $ 10 / BBL

ZAKUM market Price $ 20/BBL

HSFO Price $ 20/BBL (so I use the copy of PROO to maintain there record).

And at fourth level actual PROO is came which multiply the order quantity with price maintain of the product, I remove the statistical check from this condition typet so that value can go to G/L.

System made all the condition type Inactive (In yellow color) when i did this, all condition type which came before last PROO, hope every one understand the scenario and give the value added feedback.

Looking for the prompt response...

regards,

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  • Apr 15, 2010 at 03:29 PM

    Please note that if both the condition types has a Condition Class as B (Prices) only one pricing condition in the lowest level ( step number ) will be active and rest are made inactive by the system. This is a standard behavior. So If you have two or more, you may need to change the first one to be a discount or surcharge in V/06.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Hi Imran,

      This 'last price' logic is hard-coded in standard pricing program.

      I am afraid there is no easy work-around to change this behavior.

      Please also refer to note 836243, point 5 about this.

      Thanks,

      Alex

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    Apr 16, 2010 at 12:41 PM

    Hi Imran,

    You can not have multiple Price Conditions (Condition Class- Price) in one document.

    As beacuse, you have entered multiple Price Condition Types in your Pricing Procedure that is why system is behaving like this which is logical also.

    At a time only one Price condition Type will be active.

    In my view, instead of having multiple Price Condition Types, you can have only one Condition for Price for example PR00 in your Pricing Procedure as well as in the document.

    In the Pricing Access Sequence (e.g, PR02), you can add new condition Table.

    Create a new condition table including fields like "Country", "Payer", "Currency" etc.

    Assign the Condition Table your Access Sequence for Price.

    Now, you can create different Condition records for PR00 based on Country (Country specific) or based Currency(Currency specific) and can fulfill your requirement.

    You are having now only one Condition Type for Price (PR00) in your Pricing Procedure and can mantain different Price for different Countries.

    Regards

    Pradyumna

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  • Apr 19, 2010 at 05:18 AM

    Resolved,

    Thanks

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Vasundhara,

      Please maintain ZPRO condition class - 'B' . Remaining condition types class -"A" Discount or surcharge

      In pricing procedure only one condition type can have 'B' -Prices.

      Thanks & Regards

      Sreeni