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Function PRC_PD_ITEM_CREATE in CRM

Hello everyone,

I am desperate.

I try to do a pricing on IPC manually. For this I use funciton PRC_PD_ITEM_CREATE.

It runs smoothly except for one step:

I have a condition which uses Sales Organisation, Distribution Channel, Division and Customer Price Group for selection.

In the function, I deliver import parameter is_item_com_acs (type: structure crmt_acs_i_com)

with:

is_item_com_acs-SALES_ORG

is_item_com_acs-DIS_CHANNEL

is_item_com_acs-DIVISION

is_item_com_acs-PRICE_GRP

All of these are set with the appropriate values from the database.

In my opinion, these are the important fields, the others are not used. The pricing runs perfectly for all steps in the pricing procedure exept for this Price-Group-Dependent step, so I think, all other fields are set correctly.

Has anyone an idea, or knows some docs for this function? I do not need to stick with this function: If you know another way to do a manual pricing (I must deliver customer, product and pricing procedure), any advice is welcome.

Thanks a lot for your help.

Regards,

Timo

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  • Posted on Jan 14, 2005 at 09:09 AM

    Hi Timo,

    I don't have a CRM system to have a look, but you didn't get any other comments - so I try a blind guess. (I don't have the FM or the structure.)

    Field price group might be an article price group. Try to find a different field in the structure, where customer's price group can be filled. Compare field length, to restrict possible candidates, check data element for some hints... Just try filling additional fields (or all fields with 2 char length).

    I hope, this leads to a successfull determination. Afterwards you can test, which field was the important one.

    Regards,

    Christian

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