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condition problem

Dear experts,

I want to prepare a condition so that its value will be calculated in final amount but it should not get considered in excise calculations,

Regards,

Abhi

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2010 at 10:38 AM

    HI

    Condition can be framed depending upon the following below inputs such as

    Condition Type (M/06): The condition type represent price factor in the system. There are condition types for absolute and % discounts, freight costs, custom duties or taxes.

    Condition Class: Preliminary structuring of condition types e.g. discounts, surcharges or prices.

    Condition Category: A classification of conditions according to pre-defined categories (for ex. all condition that relate to freight costs).

    & followed by other parameters which decides in writing the pricing procedure

    Thanks & Regards

    Mani

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2010 at 10:31 AM

    Hi,

    Create one condition and in from and to column enter the counter number from where you are getting the Final value do not add that new condition in any ref. further .

    regards,

    zafar

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    • Former Member

      Dear expert,

      My requirement is like this,

      There is a condition ZOT3 as other charges and it is header condition whatever value is entered against this condition is manual one.Pricing proceeds further and total is made , within that total value against this condition is calculated in final ammount and excise, vat are calculated on this final ammount.But i don't want value of this condition to be included in calculation of excise.Perticulary value against this condition should not take part as a base in excise and vat calculation.

      Regards,

      ABHI

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2010 at 10:22 AM

    THNKS

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