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diff pricing structures for products under same divison

Hi Gurus,

i have one pricing procedure for 1100/10/10 sales area in which excise duty is on Basic price(Rs.12000).

10 PR00-Basic Price

40 JEXP on 10

50 JECS on 40

60 JA1x on 40

i have one more product "X" belongs to division "10" for which excise duty is on Accessable value(Rs.15000).

10 PR00-Basic Price

20 PR01-Assessable value

40 JEXP on 20

50 JECS on 40

60 JA1x on 40

shall i create product "X" under new division so that i can have different structure?

Reg,

Amol

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 05:55 AM

    Dear Amol Tamhane ,

    You have to create a new procedure for this new calculation.

    10 PR00-Basic Price

    20 PR01-Assessable value

    40 JEXP on 20

    50 JECS on 40

    60 JA1x on 40

    Then you have to create the material in different unit.

    For the combination of sales org/dis channel/ new division / doc pricing pro /cust proc procedure trigger this new procedure with the new calculation.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Hegal K Charles

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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 09:11 AM
    shall i create product "X" under new division

    Not necessary. Go to J1ID, select Material Assessable Value and execute. There maintain material code and Rs.15000 under Ass.Value so that system will fetch the excise duty for this value only.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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