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Pricing issue - need design help/suggestion

Hi,

We already have a pricing procedure in system and now business wants to introduce a new discount condition type after base price in starting.

There are more discounts / surcharges below it to get final NET VALUE.

NET value is used as a base to another statistical condition type lets say ZXYZ.

So when new discount condition Z123 comes after base price, all subsequent calculations till net value gets the affect.

Let me explain what I mean, in as-is time after normal base price, discounts, surcharges, net value comes as 100 INR (No Z123)

In to-be design requirement, after intro of 1 more new discount (Z123), Net value will be 90 INR for customer, but we still want to see that the base for ZXYZ should 100 INR and not 90 INR.

i think we can get this using a customized routine to achieve this. but i want to make sure is there any other way to do this or any other SAP functionality which can ease the derivation.

Thanks in Advance.

Kintu.

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2012 at 12:04 PM

    Insert Z123 as required. Let ZXYZ be calculated with the revised net value. Below it add one more statistical condition type (say ZABC) that will be calculated by adding Z123 and the revised net value. So ZABC will give you the value that you want for ZXYZ.

    In case, you still want ZXYZ and not ZABC to give you that statistical figure that you may be using, inter-change ZABC and ZXYZ.

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    • Former Member Lakshmipathi Ganesan

      Hi G.L.

      I think i missed considering Zdisc2. It is a value discount and very well considered in Net total. In case 1 Net Value should come as 76.

      ZBase value = 100

      Z123 (new disc) = 10% = 10 (this may be XX %)

      Net =90

      ZDiscount 1 = 10% = 9

      net = 81

      ZDisc0unt 2 = -5 = -5

      Net Value = 76

      ZBase value = 100

      Net =100

      ZDiscount 1 = 10% = 10

      net = 90

      ZDiscount 2 = -5 = -5

      Net Value = 85

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2012 at 04:44 PM

    Hi Kartik,

    To achive your requriement, you have two options :

    1. If you want to do this without writing a Pricing routine:

    a. You need to create stat condition types all the existing condition type and get dummy net value

    b. Then you actual calculation will happen along with new condition type and get actual net value

    c. Now Refer dummy net value as base for your Sales Agent commission.

    2. Develop a Alternative Condition base value routine, in which you cn determine the alternative condition base value by reading the required fields from the pricing structure :

    for example:

    Base pice = Price +dis + other chanrges....etc..... this will mgive the base value and on this base value your commission can be calculated.

    I advice you to go for the second option.

    Hope this clarifies

    Regards

    Raju

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