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SAP Pricing (chemical industry), discounts in return order

Dear gurus,

the question is the following:

If a sales order is created in chemical industry with a discount p.e. 3% and an ink container returns, the return order is based on the sales order and takes over pricing and all other information. But when I look at the discount condition type, the discount percentage is multiplied with factor 10, so discount becomes 30%. Anyone have an idea which setting in customizing is causing this? Thanks in advance :-) I have included screen shots for this SAP miracle:-)

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    Mar 07, 2013 at 06:14 PM

    the return order is based on the sales order and takes over pricing and all other information.

    Check the copy control settings between sales order to return order in t.code VTAA.Go to item level and check the value assigned to the field Pricing type. Maintain value D -copy pricing elements unchanged and test by creating new documents.

    Regards,

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      I think the problem for some strange reason has been solved. I replayed the scenario in our QA system and it takes the discount from the sales order (not with factor 10). I contacted the client and they proposed it could be in the scanner application, but then it should happen for all items, which is not the case.

      I consider the issue solved then:) Thanks guys:)

      Kr,

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    Mar 07, 2013 at 03:11 PM

    Hi,

    Is it with referece or without reference. If it is w/o reference, check if anyone has changed the discount condition records.

    I hope the order or returns dates are different.

    Regards, Sai Krishna.

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