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Diff is adding to Net Value

Dear All,

In the Sales order Pricing the diff amont is adding to net value and updating in the vbrp table.we are using z-report for the sales

register.In the report the net value is taking from the table vbrp field NETWR. After Saving the sales order the diff amonth is calculating and adding to the net value so it is mismathing the values in between the invoice and the sales register.Please suggest me how to get the net value without adding the Diff amout to it.

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Khajahussain

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 09, 2011 at 03:06 AM

    Dear All,

    >

    > In the Sales order Pricing the diff amont is adding to net value and updating in the vbrp table.we are using z-report for the sales

    > register.In the report the net value is taking from the table vbrp field NETWR. After Saving the sales order the diff amonth is calculating and adding to the net value so it is mismathing the values in between the invoice and the sales register.Please suggest me how to get the net value without adding the Diff amout to it.

    >

    > Regards

    > Khajahussain

    Diff amount is nothing but your rounding value right. inv value you will get with that diff condition amount .

    what amount u r getting in the sales register. Usually sales register also will use the same kind of rounding rule.

    if u dont want to add that diff amount we can restrict in the condition level or pricing procudure level. logically

    diff should include in the net value same we will receive from the customer.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      In your pricing procedure pls assign subtotal to your taxeble amount (any thing from 1 - 6). Then pls change logic in your report fetch valure from VBRP-KZWI*(any thing which you have assigned as subtotal in pricing procedure). Because of this your taxable value is showing without rounding diff.

      Dhiraj

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