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inclusion of two condition types in pricing procedure

Dear Sir,

There is a import pricing procedure ZIMPRT in SAP system.The client wants to include two condition types

ZPOR= Port handling charges

ZFCP+CLEARING AND FORWARDING CHARGES.

iIs it possible to do so.I?

What are the factors I need to consider for iincorporating two condition types in Import Pricing Procedure

Regards

Manash Das

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    Posted on Oct 28, 2011 at 01:01 PM

    Hi,

    Yes it is possible.Maintaine those 2 condition types as manual conditions,and place those conditions in pricing procedure.

    Thank you,

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  • Posted on Oct 28, 2011 at 01:07 PM

    Hi,

    Yes you can do it & as needed you can includes two condition types {ZPOR (Port handling charges) and ZFCP (CLEARING AND FORWARDING CHARGES)} in import pricing procedure ZIMPRT. As already have condition types in import pricing procedure ZIMPRT, you need to take care following:

    1.u201CStepu201D for both condition types ZPOR & ZFCP (position of the both condition types) in which sequence and exactly where both of the conditions with in a import procedure

    2.u201CFromu201D: Which is base to the both condition types ZPOR & ZFCP for calculating further value.

    3.u201CFrom & Tou201D: What are the ranges between the steps from and to can be used to specify the range between both condition types.

    4.Both condition types ZPOR & ZFCP are preferred for manual entry or automatic.

    5.Both values of condition types ZPOR & ZFCP are needed to be given deletion option, if needed.

    6.Both condition types ZPOR & ZFCP needed accounting key & accrual key or not which further needed to be captured all related respective cost to separate G/L account( where accrual key assigned to G/L account in OBYC t.code)

    Regards,

    Biju K

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    Posted on Oct 28, 2011 at 02:28 PM

    Dear Manash,

    it is simple process to add the new condition type.

    1. Define new Condition Type as u mentioned with Following IMG.

    Materials Management -> Purchasing -> Conditions -> Define Price Determination Process -> Define Condition Types

    ZPOR= Port handling charges

    ZFCP =CLEARING AND FORWARDING CHARGES

    ( Define all Criteria which is your requirement )

    2. select Calculation Schema

    Materials Management -> Purchasing -> Conditions -> Define Price Determination Process -> Define Calculation Schema

    select import schema and goto Control Data

    Define properly your condition type which is mention above with "from" and "to"

    B'coz all calculation has define with FROM and TO

    Regards,

    PK

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  • Posted on Oct 28, 2011 at 02:44 PM

    Hi

    Yes it is possible,you can copy any z condition from existing one import pricing procedure

    then assign these condition in your import procedure ,if you required separate g//l for same then you have to create account key and accrual key

    then assign your G/L in OBYC for account key and accrual key

    Regards

    Kailas ugale

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 08:30 AM

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