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Vendor Group Agreement

Hello and can anyone offer some advice

I have the requirement to handle a group agreement which would be valid for a large number of vendors, that to say for each vendor belonging to this group we are able to use the same purchasing price. I don't want to maintain a purchase info record for each vendor, just one that can be used for any purchase orders that are sent to one of these group vendors. I have played with the partner roles in a purchase order but I do not think that it is possible to determine a price from a partner role without some development.

Advice on user exits BAPI and experiences welcome.

Steve

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    Posted on May 10, 2011 at 10:47 AM

    Hi,

    For your requirement i suggest one time vendor account group will do .

    Only same vendor number but the address have to be entered during order creation.

    Hope this helps.

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  • Posted on May 10, 2011 at 09:59 AM

    Hi..

    Copy The Program of ME31K and make a custom program which have selection field as vendor account group instead of vendor.

    Store the values in a Z Table.

    Assign all grouped vendors to a vendor account group and lock the authorisation so that no one can manipulate it.

    Through Calculation schema and custom routine(which is based on vendor account group), you can call the values from the customised Table to the PO.

    Practically i haven't done this, but have worked in a support scenario similiar to this before.

    Raghavan

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