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determinate acc. key from different conditional table

My pricing procedure in my sales order is ZSD01, in VA03, I have five condition types, each with different account key. I have five conditional table 729, 730....735 in VKOA. is there any T-code I can find which condition table ZSD01 is used?

also I use V/03 display condition table, and input table 729, but system says 729 not exisit. so how to display the condition table 729?

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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2012 at 07:17 AM

    Hi Siva,

    Try in V/ld t code its for pricing report

    Regards

    Ramesh

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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2012 at 07:25 AM

    hi

    729 table is VKOA table it means it account determination table,

    so check the V/13,V/14 , here you find the 729 tables details

    v/03 is the pricing table ,

    please check this

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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2012 at 07:27 AM

    Hi,

    you can check with SE16N with A729 table.

    Regards

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    • See, its very simple.

      Z00001 is account determination procedure.

      Whereas, your pricing procedure is ZSD01.

      Where you have condition type with respective account key, say

      ZMR1 - ERL

      ZCT1 - ERS

      ZMR3 - ERF

      So, when you look into your account determination analysis in billing doc.

      If you have proper account determination maintain in VKOA, then condition type from your pricing procedure will reflect with respective account determination in that analysis.

      Again I will maintain, kindly search, read, understand, study & learn about Revenue Account & Pricing Determination.

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