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Subcontracting Vendor and Purchase Vendor

Dear All,

I have created separate Pricing Procedure for Subcontracting PO, since the requirement is to calculate the price on issuing qty. I have put Formula Based Condition type.

We issue 100 KG of material and receive less than 10 KG (say 90-95 KG) but the vendor charges for issuing qty (100 KG)...so I created a new condition type which calculates for total price for 100 KG and calculates for receiving qty...Suppose Rs. 10/KG then in this case its Rs.1000/- but system should calculate unit price for 90 KG i.e. 1000/90 = 11.11 ...this is working fine as long as Iam calling Subcontract Vendor where this Schema Group is assigned in the Vendor Master..

My problem is, for some Vendors, he is both Subcontracting Vendor and Purchase Vendor...so Iam not able to calculate for Subcontracting calculation with this requirement...where as I have separate calculation schema for Purchase Vendors...

How to meet this..

Kindly Suggest

Regards,

Gopala.S

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 11:13 AM

    Hi

    I think you shall try routine for this requirement .Hope this will help

    Regards

    NTT

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 11:18 AM

    Some organization prefer different vendor account groups for Service/RM/Jobwork.

    In your case, it will be better to maintain seperate vendor codes(this will double master data for few vendors)

    This is my suggestion.

    Regards,

    Piyush

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