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SAP Condition exclusion

I have two questions on condition exclusion , supplement and condition records. These are basic, but i want to enhance my SAP knowledge. If possible provide me some tips for gaining that confidence to become a successful consultant.

1. If I have both exclusion and condition supplement then which concept will not work?

2. Even though we don’t maintain condition records for a particular material system is determining the price for that material where is the control

I am expecting for a faster reply.



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  • I am expecting for a faster reply.

    You cannot expect in SCN where members are rendering free service. Moreover, since you expect faster response, why don't you try yourself in system for those two questions, so that, you yourself can get answers immediately. Put some efforts to search / try on your own, before posting such queries.

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  • Posted on Feb 27, 2019 at 03:18 PM

    Hi Faiz,

    If you want to enhance your knowledge then you have put some efforts by yourself.

    Above queries are practical not theory.

    You can create exclusion and suppliment record and create sales order. Here you can see which functionality is not working.

    Regarding the 2nd query:

    Please suggest which price you are referring, if you are looking for VPRS, then this is determined on the basis of item category setting. Check box for cost is marked if you want VPRS from material master accounting tab.

    If you want basic price , say PR00 then it is not necessary to have records for specific material.

    Pricing is determined on the basis of condition table maintained in search strategy.

    Records can be maintained for material group, account assignment group....there are a lot of feilds which are available for material master.

    You have to maintain records for specific feilds and not for the material then also price will be determined.



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