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Problem in rebate agreement type 0005

Hi

I created a rebate agreement of type 0005 and maintained amount Rs 5000 for a customer

while creating billing document the condition type BO06 was determined in the billing doc but without anu value

the analysis shows that condition record has been found

I have checked the pricing date and all other parameters but still not able to figure out the mistake

Kindly help me in this regard

Thanks and Regards

SunilIyer

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    Posted on Sep 13, 2011 at 11:18 AM

    Hi Sunil,

    Am sure this has been discussed many a times..pls search the forum.

    My guess is you would've created the cond record after the sales order was created.

    Regards

    Raghu.

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  • Posted on Sep 14, 2011 at 10:56 AM

    Hi Sunil,

    Try to do repricing with the pricing type I check whether rebate condition is getting determined in this case.

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  • Posted on Sep 16, 2011 at 03:09 PM

    Hi SunilIyer

    If you are working with the standard rebate agreement 0005 and condition type BO06

    You will be working with a sales independant agreement and a fixed amount condition.

    For a fixed amount there is no posting of accruals because it is already known what the

    liability is in the agreement.

    If accruals are required most customer's would post a manual accrual from the agreement

    for the fixed amount of the agreement condition.

    In your billing document you will see the Bo06 condition is determined and the agreement is

    known but the condition value will always be 0.00 for a fixed amount.

    This is correct and expected

    Hope this helps explain the system behaviour

    Kind regards

    Brian

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