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How come the discount % in document line is always set to 100%?

Hi All,

When I create an SO via DI, I found the discount% is always set to 100% which causes the incorrect doc total amount. I didn't have problem in other company DB, this is a new company setup recently. Even I hard code the discount % to zero in my source code, but still same thing. Any idea?



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  • Posted on Apr 24, 2012 at 03:54 PM

    BTW, I have checked the BP master and I noticed that there was a field called total discount% in payment terms tab which shows empty there. And if I create a SO in SAP B1 client software, then seems no problem at all.The discount% for each document line is set to 0% automatically. In my DI source code, I assign below value for each document line:

    1. ItemCode

    2. ItemDescription

    3. Currency

    4. Price

    5. Quanty

    6. DiscountPercent (hard coded to zero always)

    7. TaxCode

    8. WarehouseCode

    9. BaseEntry (the docentry of a quote)

    10. BaseLine (the document line of quote)

    11. BaseType(hard coded to 23 which is quote)


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    • Hi Lan,

      When you draw a document, you do not need to determine all these parameters. The drawing process will do all that for you automatically.

      You only need to assign the identifying properties. Just CardCode on the header level and on the row level BaseEntry, BaseLine, BaseType and TaxCode.

      Any other properties you should only assign if testing shows that the field is not copied correctly, or if you want to override the value from the source document.

      You are probably getting the 100% discount by setting the currency, and/or price, and/or DiscountPercent properties.



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