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how to create quantity based discounts

I have created pricing procedure copying the condition type 0PR0. also created Free goods determination.


when i tried to create Quantity based discounts, copied the K007 condition type.

and included this condition type in the pricing procedure created.

also in the condition maintainance group included this condition type created.

In the prices assignment block, i tried to create an entry for this condition type..

but i could not create any scale based quantity. if i click on create scale, its giving me a drop down

when i select to-scale i am gettin 9999999999 as default and could not edit this...

how do i set my own quantity based scale..

my scenarios :

1. only if the customer purchases 50 goods, he gets a discount of 2% on the net value..

2. only if the customer purchases 50 goods, he gets a discount of 2% on the next product ie on the purchase of 51st product ..

can any one let me know how do i achieve these scenarios !!!

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2012 at 07:44 AM

    Hi Santhosh,

    Check your condition type, it should have Calculation type as 'Percentage' under Control data 1.

    Then go to the product in tx. commpr01. In 'Conditions' tab, maintain an entry for the condition type. Dont maintain entry for amount. Then select it, click on Scales. Create Scales of Base Scale as shown in the attached pic.

    0-50 including 50 pieces - no discount

    50 onwards - 2% discount

    Best Regards,

    MG


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