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Condition type PB00 and PBXX, coming in the same PO Item


In the PO (created with reference to Outline Agreement), condition types PB00 and PBXX are coming in the same line item.

In the PO output, the PB00 value is also showing up and PBXX value is also showing up. User entered PBXX value as 350000 dollars which is right, however system is picking 1.2 million dollar of PB00 from outline agreement which is not intended here. As a result of that the output going to Vendor is exceeding more than 1.2 million dollar instead of 350,000 dollars. I cannot change or delete any othe condition types.THis is a production problem.

Has anyone faced this problem. I appreciate your reply in advance.


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    Posted on Jul 27, 2011 at 05:30 AM


    In your pricing procedure, you don't include the PB00 step number for your total calculation.

    for ex:

    Step CTyp From To Description

    10 PB00 Gross Price

    10 PBXX Gross Price

    30 P000 20 Discount % on Gross

    40 20 30 Gross after Discount

    if your pricing procedure is like the above shown format,

    when you do for calculation, you dont enter the step 10.

    because step 10 is your PB00.

    you just exclude it. instead of that, here i am using step 20.

    because step 20 is your PBXX.

    Edited by: Prabhaharan SAP MM on Jul 27, 2011 11:01 AM

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      Well, thanks Saurav and Prabhakaran, however the problem still stays.

      The contract is created for services (1 lot), so the dollar amount can vary depending upon the service rendered by the consultant.

      That mean user will only enter the service amount.

      Saurav, system should not copy down PB00, it should come by itself when user enters the specific amount. And it comes from contract. PBXX should only appear if there is no PB00 maintained in the contract. This is not the case. The service amount is maintained in the contract. Also, I don't think that PBXX and PB00 should come in one line item together as normal system behaviour & as a normal business process too. Moreover, it is not happeniing in the other two line items - line item 20 and line item 30 are fine. The pricing analysis shows both the conditions as found - PB00 and PBXX, so I could not take any clue from analysis too.

      Prabhakaran, system is only behaving incorrectly for line item 10. It is behaving as expected (good ) for other line items and other PO's. So, we cannot touch the pricing procedure as that will affect other line items.


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