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Pricing Types

Is it possible to add Pricing Types to the Pricing Elements in the Sales Order? Because when I am trying it, it says that it is not defined in the Pricing Procedure RVAA01. I can I think add the types in it and go on with it but is there no way to just go about adding the elements directly in the Sales Order?

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    Nov 25, 2011 at 06:16 AM

    I believe by "Pricing Types" you mean Condition Types (like PR00, K004, etc) defined in T-Code V/06.

    No you cannot add Princing Types (Condition Types) directly in Sales Order.

    You will have to first add then in Pricing procedure in T-Code V/08 & then it will be possible to add then in Sales Order.

    Also for the Condition Types marked as D - Not possible to process manually, can not be added manually in Sale Order & they will hae to be sdetermined by a Condition Record (T-code VK11) only.

    Hope this helps,


    Jignesh Mehta

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      Mister Jignesh, you are right I did mean Condition Types. I should have mentioned it and Thanks a lot. I get it I need to have it in order to add it.

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    Nov 25, 2011 at 06:21 AM


    As explained in the earlier reply, the condition types needs to be assigned to the respective pricing procedure. If it is a manual condition we can defenitely add the same in the sales order directly, if it is an automatic one, then condition record must be maintained.

    If you are asking about the pricing type (pricing update), then manually you can choose the pricing update in the sales order, else you can configure in the copying control.



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