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GTS does not pull over the value for a Demo Unit

Hello everyone: I am hoping I can some advice on this situation please.

We are using GTS 7.2 and also ECC 6.0

We have a sales order type ZDEM that we use for our demo units to go out to the customer. The customers have the option purchase these units; however the demo unit is no value on the sales order but we created a pricing condition called ZNET on the ECC side to bring over the value to GTS . The ECC side works fine...however I need to show the value of the unit on the GTS customs documentation for the demo units. There is a license that this is to go to and the license is there in the maintain licnese....and has value and also has qty available for that license. When you look at the blocked for export and look at the sales order there is nothing to assign the value in the dialog box. We can assign manually The sales order type is mapped in GTS. All other sales order types work just fine. It is just the Demo orders that do not pull over any value for the demo unit. I can add the value manually and that is what we are doing for the time being. I need to have the system automatically add the value for me and should not be a manual process.

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    Posted on Apr 19, 2011 at 10:01 AM

    Few questions:-

    1. Is ZNET a manual condition type?

    2. Does it alter the net value of the sales order?

    3. Is the net value of the sales order zero for demo units?

    4. Where do you add the value in the system?

    5. How do you convert the demo unit order to a actual sales order, as mentioned if the customer wants to purchase it - i mean the process?

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