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Scale base value condition pricing

Hello I am creating a pricing condition ZPC1 that will only be applied to about half the items on the sales order but will be Scaled base need to be on the total number of items ordered weather the condition is applied to that item or not .

For example

The scale will be

0 -500 $1 per case

501 - 100 .50 per case

item 1 500 case order will have pricing condition ZPC1

item 2 500 case order will NOT have pricing condition ZPC1

I want the Scale price to be $.50 per case on item 1 not $1 per case.

The condition type is set up as

Scale basis C Quantity scale

Thanks James

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 05:57 PM

    Yes I have the Group Cond Checked but it still does not pull the total qty from the order

    Cond. class A Discount or surcharge

    Plus/minus A Positive

    Calculat.type C Quantity

    Group Cond Checked

    GrpCond.routine 1 Overall Document

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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 05:53 PM

    In t.code V/06, for the condition type ZPC1, check the box Group condition and assign routine 1 in the GrpCond. routine field, Create a new sales document and check again.

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 06:57 PM

    Dear James

    Go to V/06, Selct your condtion type ZPC1, open controls.

    In Scales Change Check value from Descending to Ascending, save.

    Now go to vk11 and maintain the condition record,

    enter line item , select, click on scale, put your range and amount.

    Save it, Either overwrite previous one or go to vk12, delete previous entry and then go ahead with the steps mentioned above.

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    Regards

    Pavan

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