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FM to retreive Pricing in sap

Hi all,

I need a fm to retreive the price for a particular material based on the condition tables created(like how we are getting the price in sales order). Can any one help me out.

Thanks

sreehari p

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2013 at 02:09 PM

    Hi Sreehari,

    You can use this FM :- 'MSR20_MM_LISTPRICE_GET'

    or ,

    CALL FUNCTION 'SPC_GET_PRICING_PROCEDURE_INFO' "Get Customizing of Pricing Procedure

    EXPORTING

    iv_application = " prct_application Application

    iv_usage = " /sapcnd/usage Usage for Condition Technique

    iv_procedure = " prct_pric_proc Pricing Procedure

    IMPORTING

    es_profile = " prit_profile Profile of the IPC call

    et_ext_cond_types = " prct_ext_cond_type_t Condition Types for External Datasources

    et_head_cond_types = " prct_cond_type_t Table using Condition Types

    et_item_cond_types = " prct_cond_type_t Table using Condition Types

    et_attribute_names = " prct_attr_name_t Table: Attribute Name for IPC Pricing

    et_timestamp_names = " prct_attr_name_t Table: Attribute Name for IPC Pricing

    . " SPC_GET_PRICING_PROCEDURE_INFO

    Hope this will help u .... 😊

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2014 at 11:58 AM

    Hi Sreehari,

    are you talking about ERP or CRM? CRM offers a new stateless remote Pricing API for price determination and price calculation.
    This API allows you to call the IPC Pricing Engine of SAP CRM from an external application (e.g. 3rd party web shop). The complete documentation of this new Stateless Pricing API, including a full source code example, is available in the SAP note 1849765. Maybe this information is helpful for you.

    Best regards,
    Baris Yalcin

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