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Cooldude2005
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Pricing

Post by Cooldude2005 » Thu Dec 29, 2005 10:17 pm

Hi

We have some Open Orders. Some of the Discount Condition records in this Orders have expired. And we had our Base Price changed which has to get reflected in the Billing created with reference to Del of the Open Orders. So inorder to have the new base price reflected in the Billing we had to do the Update/Carry out New Pricing in the Copy Control between Del and Billing (Pricing Type:C). But if we do this then the expired condition types value would get zeroed out in Billing.

Please let me know if anyone has any thoughts on how to get the new values redetemined and not have the expired condition types zeroed out.

Thanks in advance
Dude.

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Post by TSMC » Thu Dec 29, 2005 10:27 pm

Hi Cooldude2005,

1) The pricing that happens on your billing document will be based on your pricing date that is there. Are you copying the pricing date from your sales orders as it is there? If you are, then those conditions should still be brought in as they were on the pricing date (which is usually the same as the Sales order date).

2) If your pricing date is not the original order date, you could extend the end date on the condition records so they are no longer expired.

3) SAP allows for customization of the pricing type. There are some user configurables in there, so you can design your own pricing type but that will require some ABAP and I think you can probably resolve your issue by looking to items 1 or 2 above.

Tracie

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Post by TSMC » Thu Dec 29, 2005 10:31 pm

One more thing to tell you. If you use the pricing date method (number 1 in my previous message), then you will need to set the start date for your new base price to be the earliest date of the open orders for that material (or whatever criterion you price on), so that it too will be a valid pricing condition on the pricing date brought over from the sales order.

Best of luck to you!

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Post by Cooldude2005 » Thu Dec 29, 2005 10:46 pm

Thanks for youre reply TSMC

Point 1 of yours: Yes we are bringing the Pricing Date from the Sales Order because of which the Condition type values are getting copied over as it is from Sales Order to Billing. Please note that, only Discount Condition types have the expired Condition records.

2) We do not want to extend the Validity date on the already expired Condition records.

3) And we want to have the new changed Base price reflected in the Billing documents that are created with reference to the Del of the Open Orders. (Please note that, only Discount Condition types have the expired Condition records .)

Thanks for your help..Any thoughts on this??

Cooldude2005
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Post by Cooldude2005 » Thu Dec 29, 2005 11:55 pm

We are using a routine in Pricing procedure to resolve this.

Thanks for your reply

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