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I have one Condition type its name is ZPRO ( Expected price ) we are maintained in pricing procedure but its not hitting to billing its like a dummy

Condition type because of that it is not appearing in KE30 Report .can u tell me any way to pick this dummy Condition type value to my ke30 report

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Ajeesh.s

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2012 at 05:22 AM

    Hello Ajeesh,

    Do you match the condition type to CO-PA value field (transaction KE4I)? Please check.

    Regards, Gordon

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    • Former Member Ajeesh .s

      Hi Ajeesh,

      If it is statistical condition type then you must mapped this condition type to COPA value field under KE4I.

      If you have mapped the same and also there are some value in sales order under this condition type then it must flow to COPA.

      Note

      Statistical condition type doesnot have impact to Accounting.

      regards

      RK

  • Posted on Jul 25, 2012 at 10:29 AM

    Hi Ajeesh.s,

    we had similar issues as we defined SD condition types "just calculating" and not directly

    based on specific MM documents etc.

    Issue 1: Normal invoice (CO-PA procedure F) => KE4I helps

    Issue 2: Cost collctor (CO-PA procedure C) => KE4I does not help

    Reason: Issue 2 is mainly based on accounts (according to the transfer scheme etc.).

    => Issue 2 has to be solved by a programm (using KE21N for example).

    We wrote such a program reading the invoices again and posting to CO-PA in the same

    detailed manner as the original SD-order (with revenue, COGS etc.) and used a specific

    procedure (not F or C) to distinguish.

    I hope it helps (and that you evaluate).

    Thomas

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