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Pricing Procedure - Condition Types

Postby manianz » Sun Jun 22, 2014 12:07 pm

Hello Experts

Is it possible (or allowed) to have more than one Conditions Type with type Price relevant active in a Pricing Procedure?
Multiple Discount/Surcharges Condition Types are allowed, though
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Re: Pricing Procedure - Condition Types

Postby perfum » Thu Jun 26, 2014 7:06 am

Yes
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Re: Pricing Procedure - Condition Types

Postby Frank Lai » Thu Jun 26, 2014 9:55 am

Hi

Not entirely sure what you mean by type price relevant active in procedure. If you mean can you have more than one active condition type whose condition class = B ( prices). The answer is no. Standard SAP defintion is that the last condition type that is class B it encounters is the active one. Furthermore, price conditions found before the last active class B condition is set to be inactive. Same goes for subtotals and workfields.

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Re: Pricing Procedure - Condition Types

Postby manianz » Sat Jun 28, 2014 8:20 am

Hello Frank Lai

Thank you very much for the confirmation. Wanted to check whether it is feasible. The answer in NOT possible.
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Re: Pricing Procedure - Condition Types

Postby Martin_US » Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:28 pm

Mani,

in the future it helps, if you describe what you want to achieve.

I mean what's the idea behind having a price of $10 and a price of $15?

As Frank wrote, you can do it, but one is going to be ignored.

I am always stunned why people can't just describe the scenario and why exactly they want something.
Isn't that what you have to ask the business in order to understand a requirement?
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