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Sales Order Pricing


I am not an expert in pricing on sales order, but I have a polite request to ask for answer.

On the sales order, the customer has defined that first two items are "special" ones - first pre-payment and second payment for invoice, first is in a "+", and second in a "-" values. Then come many line items with real positions. Question is about pricing. When tax is calculated for example 22%, it is a little different when calculated on the sum of all positions, and the calculation per every line item. The difference is very small, but still. Is that true that standard calculates the different by taking the largest value line item and puts that small different there? Is it possible to set somehow by customizing or user exits, that the difference is calculated in a normal way, but only on 3rd and next positions?

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2010 at 02:11 AM


    your requriment can be satisfied by a pricing routine you need to take the help of a technical consultant ABAP.

    prepare your pricing procedure with the said two condition types in it. even though the difference is small or minimal if client accepts that difference in calculation then its ok other wise as i said technical help.

    he will have some calculations and store the result in buffer so that it will populate into sales order


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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2010 at 10:16 AM


    Usually you have group conditions. You calculate them in items, so, it's possible that there are rounding errors when you have a lot of items and the amount are larger. For instance, in tcode V/06 for MWST, you have 3 fields in 'group conditions' (one of them is for a VOFM).

    Check Note 315792 - Group conditions of the same amount on item.

    Note 80183 - Rounding and Note 166952 - Rounding when distributing header conditions are helpful too.

    I hope this helps you



    Edited by: E_Hinojosa on Dec 16, 2010 11:16 AM

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