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Pricing Routine - Urgent

Hi All,

We have created pricing routine and attached it to Z-Condition type.

But until and unless we goto pricing tab, the routine does not update the pricing data.

In the routine we are using internal table Tkomv, which is provided by SAP.

Could you suggest us if any other pricing internal table tobe used ?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Manish Karnik

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  • Posted on Feb 04, 2005 at 08:51 AM

    Manish:

    I can't understand below mentioned line could you please explain little bit more.

    We have created pricing routine and attached it to Z-Condition type.

    <b>But until and unless we goto pricing tab, the routine does not update the pricing data.</b>

    Regards

    Suresh

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      Hello Manish,

      If I understand well, you want to change the condition values of yours Z condition types.

      To do it you have to create Condition value formulas using menu Formulas / Condition Value.

      This kind of formulas have their includes starting with RV64XXXXX and not RV61 as you described above.

      If I am right you created your formula using menu Requirements / Pricing, it gerates includes RV61XXXX.

      This requirements are used to do checks and not to change condition values.

      Once you created value formulas as I described, you have the variables below to change the values from the conditions where you attached the formula:

      xkwert - Total Condition value

      xkomv-kbetr - Condition Value

      Table xkomv - all conditions that were already calculated

      Hope it helps...

      Best regards,

      Mauricio

  • Posted on Feb 04, 2005 at 09:08 AM

    Hi Manish!

    Routines are designed for activation / deactivation of lines in pricing schema.

    If you want to change condition value of one line, use condition base formulas (this is for changing amount or volume, which with condition value is multiplied; e.g. freight basis is 'custom style') or condition value formulas (which are used to calculate total result, e.g. add two subtotals of pricing schema).

    Condition saving should be left to standard. Are you using VKP1 (sales price calculation)? If yes, I might can give some hints for saving.

    Regards,

    Christian

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