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Settlement management-Accruals in Settlement Conditions

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Hello experts,

I would like to ask for guidance and configuration needed for using one condition type and record for rebate amount and accrual amount.

It seems that a new condition type with CCS_USAGE (T685A-CCS_USAGE) = 5 ("Settlement condition with Accruals") needs to be created. Then in the condition contract, we are able to enter as rebate amount and also accrual amount for the same condition type. Then after save system creates entry in KONH, KONP tables and rebate and accrual amounts are stored in separate fields (KBETR and KRUEK)

But when I try to settle Delta accrual settlement date system use rebate amount instead of accrual amount in pricing procedure.

How condition type with condition usage = 6 ("Accruals from Settlement condition") should be used or is it needed in this process?

It is this process https://help.sap.com/doc/474a13c5e9964c849c3a14d6c04339b5/100/en-US/0bd9e8b21d6f444c8ed7871fd6968cdd...

Best regards, Tomas

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Dear xkolnikt

I've already saw you question (Settlement management - multiple condition types for rebate and accrual | SAP Community). Our customer also has the same requirement that you've posted. In rebate agreement functionality we also have around 30 condition types for both accrual and rebate.Were you able to user only one condition type for both accrual and rebate? I could not understand the technical condition type" with CCS_USAGE = 6, at the end you needed to create another condition, to use in the settlement pricing schema or in the billing document?Best Regards,Thanks in advance!João

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Hi Anjikumar,

you are describing standard CCM usage with 2 condition type (RES1 - Rebate condition, REA1 - Accrual condition) but I was asking for information when you have 1 condition type in Condition contract.

I have investigated that for condition type with CCS_USAGE = 5 you need to create "technical condition type" with CCS_USAGE = 6 that is referenced to original one. Then insert the technical condition to pricing procedure and system use correct rate when you are settling delta accrual settlement (22% in my case)

Best regards, Tomas

Anjhi
Active Participant
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Hi Tomas,

In both the cases the Delta accruals behaviour is same. Glad that you have found the solution yourself. 🙂

I thought you were looking for clarification primarily on the Delta accruals behaviour. Anyways a small thanks (to anyone) would make a difference for the their efforts and encourage others to contribute.

Good luck..!!

Regards,

Anji

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Anjhi
Active Participant
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Hi Tomas,

Delta accruals are used to calculate the actual rebate amount to be paid at the point of execution and the same amount is transferred to liability account. If a condition contract has specific rates with respect to scales, the Delta accruals are very helpful to capture the actual liability.

In short, Delta accruals uses the actual Rebate Settlement process but instead of creating a settlement document agains the Customer account, it captures it against the liability account. And this makes sense as it captures the realistic amount.

Accruals condition (REA1) is used in the billing document. Settlement condition (RES1) is used in the Settlement documents (Delta, Partial, Final etc).

Hope this clarifies your doubt.

Regards,

Anji

0021270763
Explorer
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I have a similar issue. Customer wants to scale REA1 equally as RES1. e.g. 1% 1000 - 1999€, 2% 2000 - 3000€, etc.... But CCM is not allowing scaling of REA1 at moment. Those CCM not allowing scaling of accruals or do I have to change any setting? thank you for your support.