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Rebate Configuration

Hi,

We are trying to configure rebates for purchases/vendor and trying to understand the account postings:

Following are the steps we executed and the postings.

XD02 - set up the vendor for rebates

ME1L - Setp up settl grp

MEB1 - created rebate agreement

ME21N - created PO

The rebate conditions have come up but I am not able to bring in the scales only the first condition comes in (5%).

MIGO - the stock acc is debited For PO amt(without rebate amt), GRIR redited for PO amt, B01 account is deboted rebate amt (pkey 40); another account credited (pkey50) transaction key Z00 rebate amt(we dont want rebates to hit the inv acc)

MEU2 - compile rebate data

MEB4 settlemet

vendor acc (debited) rebate amt

B02 acct (pkey 50) credited rebate amt

B01 acct (pkey 40) debited rebate amt

BO2 acct (pkey 50) credited rebate amt

Why do we have BO1 and BO2?>

Why are scales not applied in PO

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2012 at 04:17 AM

    Hi,

    The system calculates the rebate payable based on updated business volume and conditions,

    and creates a settlement list.The BO1,BO2 and BO3 triggers based on condition and transaction. Check your MM Pricing Procedure( M/08) where you have keys BO1 and BO2 and its all assignment in OBYC t.code.

    BO1 - Subsequent settlement of Provisions (eg: volume based rebate) ,

    BO2 - Subsequent settlement of revenues -conditions in invoice verification ,

    BO3 - Provision Differences

    Check link for more:

    http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/ERPSCM/Settlement++-++Rebate+payable

    Regards,

    Biju K

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