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HI,

i have 2 scenarios and need to be used the same pricing procedure for both scenarios. but accounting entry need to be done for one scenario. how can we tackle the situation.

Shibu Chandran

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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2012 at 06:41 AM

    hi

    based on my knowledge , you have to 2 scenarios, one is it comes accounting entries, another one do not want accounting entries,

    so first scenario billing document you maintain as same

    second scenario billing document change the settings at VOFA, That particular billing document at field of posting block activate and also remove the account determination procedure , then you will try

    you requirement it comes

    please check and conform


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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2012 at 06:27 AM

    If I understood your requirement correctly, you have one pricing procedure where certain condition types are posted to FI. For one scenario, this meets your requirement and for the other scenario, you dont want those condition types to be posted to FI.

    If this is what your requirement is, then no it is not possible. You need to have a different pricing procedure where only, you can check the box for statistical. On the other hand, consider generating proforma for the other scenario.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2012 at 05:51 PM

    IF YOUR 2 SCINARIOS ARE DIFFIRENTIATED BY CUSTOMERS MAINTAIN SEPERATE ACCOUNT ASSIGNMENT KEYS FOR DIFFERENT SCINARIOS BUT SAME PRICING PROCEDURE OR SAME WAY YOU CAN DO BASED ON YOU DOCCUMENT WISE IN THE BOTH CASES YOU CAN USE SAME PROCEDURE.

    OR SIMPLY MAINTAIN TWO ACCOUNT DETERMINATION PROCEDURES AND CHANGE SUBSEQUENTLY OR CHECK FOR ABAPERS --------ANY USER EXIT?????

    JK

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