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Variant Configuration: Issues with pricing in the PO

Hi All,

I have an issue in which the prices for individual components of a variant configured material is not getting calculated correctly in the purchase order.

I have created a sales order for the variant configured material this is make to order. The sales order has generated a Purchase requisition.

When I am converting the purchase requistion to PO the prices of the components are not getting calculated correctly.

Suppose my parent material is X (Which is a configured material). I have three components A, B & C.

The sales order is for 1qty of X, which consists of 1qty of A, 4qty of B and 1qty of C.

so if the price for 1qty of B is say 5euro then for 4qty in the PO the price should be 20euro. Instead of 20 euro it's only shows 4euro.

I mean the prices are not getting calculated by multiplying the number of components.

I have checked there is no routine assigned to pricing procedure.

Please suggest if you have some inputs on this as to what other areas can be checked for this abnormal behaviour. Or there are any notes?

Regards,

Sushanta

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    Posted on Aug 03, 2011 at 01:47 PM

    Suhanta,

    Do you still need some input on your question?

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  • Posted on Aug 05, 2011 at 01:20 PM

    Hi Sushanta,

    What is the qty of B in the PReq? If it is 4, this qty shall be copied over to the PO with the price of 5 euro per piece, which is the same as 20 euro in total for B.

    Or do I miss some point?

    BR

    Raf

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2011 at 10:34 AM

    Thanks All.

    Regards,

    Sushanta

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