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Different currencies for different condition types in sales line item

Dear All,

I have a requirement from my client which is as follows:

The scenario is an Export scenario where the document is prepared in the customer currency. Now there is one particular condition type in my pricing procedure for duty drawbacks which is off set by a counter condition type(both these values go to different G/Ls that off-set each other). Therefore this value would not hit the customer account.

Now the requirement is such that, all condition types should be in customer currency but this duty drawback condition type and its counter condition type should always be in INR (Company code currency).

Can anybody suggest if this is possible and if not possible is there any work around or alternative solution I can propose to my client?

Thanks & Regards,

Rohan Gudavalli.

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 08:58 AM

    One possible solution would be to change manually in condition tab of sale order to INR.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 09:11 AM

    Hi Rohan

    As it is only one condition type (duty drawback condition type), so you can manually change the condition type currency at sales order level. If it has to come in INR only then you maintain the condition record for that condition type in INR currency.



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    • Hi Rohan

      If it is a condition type with % calculation based item condition type then ask your ABAP team to do changes for the screen feild RV61A-AWEIN. Because when you create the sales order and select the condition type , and click on condition detail then you can see Condition value feild(KOMK-WAERK) where the currency feild will be grayed feild.So ask your ABAP team to make it into modifiable feild.Then you can change the currency



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