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New Pricing configuration

Dear Experts,

I need to configure a new pricing for the customer. Currently ,there is existing pricing ( say ZIDXXX) and it is using the different condition type as following:

1.Existing :

Gross price ( Cond type 1) 1.000 A

Discount on Product 15% ( Cod. type 2) 150 B = A x 15%

After Discount 850 C = A - B

Distribution Margin 7.3% ( Cond. type 3) 62 D = C x 7.3%

Net price 788 E = C - D

2. Required settings:

Gross price 1.000 A

Distribution Margin 7.3% 73 B = A x 7.3%

After Distribution Margin 927 C = A - B

Discount on Product 15% 150 D = A x 15%

net price 777 E = C - D

Currently configuration on SAP is the calculation which as simulated on product 1. Now we also would like to have the calculation as simulated on product 2 in system.

I have a few queries, as If i copy the existing pricing configuration, what changes do i need to make to get the new one. As i could understand that mainly the two Discount, dist. margin condition types are changing its position. In existing scenario , The Discount con.d type value is posted to SUB TOTAL '2' while Dist margin is set for SUB TOTAL '3' and the counter position is as below

Step Counter ctype From To Subtotal cal type Bas type Acct key

120 0 Discount 100 0 2 0 0 ERS

130 0 Dist margin 0 0 3 0 0 ERS

I need some guidance, as if i copy ,how to mainatin the condition types in required fields to get the required procedure.

Many thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Aug 03, 2011 at 05:27 PM

    Have ur pricing procedure like this:

    20Gross Price:

    30Distribution Margin:(From give 20)

    50Price this will calculate ( GP-GM ) subtotal 2

    70 disc condition (in From give 20)

    100Net Value Use Altcalc type 2

    If you ahve tax then you can base the tax on net value

    200Total value : alt calctype 4

    Hope this helps

    Regards

    Sai

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  • Posted on Aug 03, 2011 at 05:49 PM

    Dear dharmendra,

    you will have to interchange the conditions types and also there steps..

    can you paste the procedure so that we can give you the steps and from-to..

    Thanks & Regards,

    Hegal K Charles

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2011 at 01:41 PM

    Dear All,

    The existing configuration looks like below-

    step Counter cond type From To Subtotal Reqt cal type bas type acc key

    10 0 A-Cust price 0 0 Z REQT 0 0 ERL

    20 0 B 0 0 Z REQT 0 0 ERL

    30 0 C 0 0 Z REQT 0 0 ERL

    40 0 D 0 0 Z REQT 0 0 ERL

    50 0 E 0 0 Z REQT 0 0 ERL

    60 0 F 0 0 Z REQT 0 0 ERL

    100 0 Base price 10 90 6 2 0 0

    110 0 G-disc-1 100 0 5 Zreqt 0 28 some Z

    115 0 H-Disc 2 100 0 5 Zreqt 0 28 some Z

    120 0 I- Main Discount 100 0 2 Zreqt 0 0 ERS

    130 0 J-Dist margin 0 0 3 Zreqt 0 0 ERS

    140 0 K-some other disc 0 0 4 Zreqt 0 0 ERS

    200 0 net value 0 0 1 2 0 0

    as written earlier, the two different pricing standard are required by two different Customer 1 , 2 & One product could be sold to both customer .currently, only 1st pricing/existing is being used. Also on product level, one product have two pricing stucture and we want to sell them to both customer. As stated earlier , cond type are as following-

    Customer 1 Gross price- Cond type A - Step 10

    Discount on Product - main Discount - type I - step 120

    Distribution Margin- cond type J - step 130

    Net price - step 200

    I need some guidance as who could i procced of this requirement.

    many thanks in advance for all the inputs.

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2011 at 06:05 AM

    Thanks

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