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Purchase Order item value breakup condition type wise

Dear Sir,

We are developing a custom report and in this report we need to reflect for Purchase Order item wise the break-up of values at the condition type level .

In Me23n , at at Item Level , when we click on tab <Condition> then all values break-up at condition type level gets displayed .

But to use in custom program , we need to know the table where this information is available .

Kindly guide us pl .

Regards

B Mittal

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2010 at 01:43 PM

    Hi,

    This suggestion is based on my understanding of your issue. May not be straight forward SAP solution.

    I would suggest you to make following assessment for your custom program: (going through the condition tab will lead you to structures)

    1. Try to figure out how the pricing condition are maintained. Normally you have your Base price PBXX or gross price per EA defined that can be found in the PIR of the material + Vendor combination or in the ME

    2. In same way figure out all the other absolute condition types. I mean any thing that is not % percentage based on PBXX value. (assess ;your pricing Schema to understand this.

    3. Once you know how is your pricing schema breakup then try to pick the net price of PO and then do a backward calcuation based on PIR condition value. .

    Hope this helps.

    thx

    MJ

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2010 at 01:43 PM

    Hi,

    This suggestion is based on my understanding of your issue. May not be straight forward SAP solution.

    I would suggest you to make following assessment for your custom program: (going through the condition tab will lead you to structures)

    1. Try to figure out how the pricing condition are maintained. Normally you have your Base price PBXX or gross price per EA defined that can be found in the PIR of the material + Vendor combination or in the ME

    2. In same way figure out all the other absolute condition types. I mean any thing that is not % percentage based on PBXX value. (assess ;your pricing Schema to understand this.

    3. Once you know how is your pricing schema breakup then try to pick the net price of PO and then do a backward calcuation based on PIR condition value. .

    Hope this helps.

    thx

    MJ

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2010 at 01:45 PM

    Hi,

    This suggestion is based on my understanding of your issue. May not be straight forward SAP solution.

    I would suggest you to make following assessment for your custom program: (going through the condition tab will lead you to structures)

    1. Try to figure out how the pricing condition are maintained. Normally you have your Base price PBXX or gross price per EA defined that can be found in the PIR of the material + Vendor combination or in the pricing condition you would have defined.

    2. In same way figure out all the other absolute condition types. I mean any thing that is not % percentage based on PBXX value. (assess ;your pricing Schema to understand this.

    3. Once you know how is your pricing schema breakup then try to pick the net price of PO and then do a backward calcuation based on PIR condition value. .

    Hope this helps.

    thx

    MJ

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 12:21 PM

    Hi,

    You will find Condition record number for the particular PO in EKKO table ,Pass the condition record number in KONV table ,You will get the list of all the condition type & its values maintined for the Purchse order.

    Get the Values & display in your Z report.

    Regards

    Manish kumar

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