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Dear Gurus,

My client in some case offer free goods to hospitals like gas, and client is dealing in oxygen gas production.

Can gurus assist me that what sales docuemnt type > item category > schedule line and delivery type should i use.

2nd what changes required in the pricing procedure.

And how system behave after this.

Looking forward for the gurus feedback.

Regards,

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on May 23, 2011 at 03:39 AM

    Hi,

    Which document type, item category, schedule line you can use it depends on your business requirement

    Copy from std.

    Also for free goods you van activate free goods determination and maintain condition record.

    kapil

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    • Former Member Imran Khan

      Hi,

      Follow these steps to configure for your scenario:

      Step 1:Create ZFD as a copy of FD in VOV8 T.COde.

      Step 2:Create ZKLN as a copy of KLN item category in VOV7. Make this item category relevant for pricing and do the item category determination in VOV4.

      Step 3: Create a new pricing procedure and use R100 condition type to nullify your base price. Assign Revenue G/L to base price and Business promotion or Discount G/L to R100 condition type. (This is only an example. You can assign an apprpriate G/L based on the requirement from business)

      Step 4: Do the pricing procedure determination for ZFD document type in OVKK

      Step 5: Create a sales order followed by Delivery. Then create an invoice for which the value would be Zero. This way you Accounts are updated.

      I guess these configurations should be enough to fulfill your requirement. Please update the forum upon completion of your testing.

      Regards,

      Rohan

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