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Update Pricing Condition table at the time of sales order saving

Hi Team- We have defined a non key field in pricing condition table for a cumulative order qty. We would like to update the order qty (Cumulative) into this field at the time of order saving. Is there any user exit or other way around ( Code plz) to do this?

Intention is to apply discount (%) to first 100 qty of sales orders. If this field is available then I need build logic to do this.

Is this a safe to do this? Pl suggest me.

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shan1242

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2011 at 04:55 AM

    Hi Team- We have defined a non key field in pricing condition table for a cumulative order qty.

    We would like to update the order qty (Cumulative) into this field at the time of order saving. Is there any user exit or other way around ( Code plz) to do this?

    -->userexit_pricing_prepare_tkomk/p(MV45AFZZ) here you need to pass the Qty value...

    >write a routine(Tcode VOFM) >forumals --> Condition Base Value..

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    > Intention is to apply discount (%) to first 100 qty of sales orders. If this field is available then I need build logic to do this.

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    > Is this a safe to do this? Pl suggest me.

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    > Reg

    > shan1242

    you can also check with Functionals for more details.

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      Pl let me know is it a right way to update Pricing condition tables at the time of sales order saving for scenarios like this.. I would like to know the technical details around this option. Yes, I know we could use user exit in MV45AFZZ but worried about the performance and other stuff. Pl let me know if anyone ever tried this before.

      Edited by: Shan1242 on Aug 23, 2011 6:52 PM

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