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Would you like to know how to export price history from your conditions in  SAP S/4HANA Cloud? Have a look at this step-by-step below:

First, check if you have access to Set Material Prices app. To access this app, make sure you have the Business Role SAP_BR_PRICING_SPECIALIST.

If you have access to Set Material Prices app, open the application and choose the Condition Type of your preference.

Figure 1: Set Material Prices app - Condition Records screen

Then go to Menu tab > Environment and click on ‘Change Report

Figure 2: Set Material Prices app - Change Report screen

Once you are in ‘Change Report’ page, set the date criteria you want to check the Price History and click ‘Execute’.

Figure 3: Set Material Prices app - Change Report screen

In the next screen, go to Menu tab > Change Document and click ‘Save to PC file

Figure 4: Set Material Prices app - Change Document screen

A list of formats will appear, you can choose the most convenient for your business scenario.

Figure 5: Set Material Prices app - File Format screen

I use XLS file in this example.

Figure 6: Set Material Prices app - Export screen

Then click the ‘Export To’ button and save it to your computer.

That’s all you need to do. The price history is completed!

The purpose of this blog post is to show SAP users how to export pricing history in SAP S/4HANA Cloud in an easy way. In addition to that, you can find more information in SAP Help Portal page: Set Material Prices - Sales.

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