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configuration of new pricing procedure

Former Member
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sIR,

PLY HELP ME HOW CAN I CANFIGURE NEW PRICING PROCEDURE

REGARDS

AMEY

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pardeep_malik
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Dear Kulkarni,

1) Define Access Sequence

Materials Management>>Purchasing>>Conditions>>Define price determination process>> Define access sequences

Go to New entries and enter code & description for the new access sequence.

Select the access sequence and click on accesses and define the access no. and the condition table from which the condition records will be accessed.

Go to Fields, the relevant fields for which the condition record will be maintained is picked up from the condition table

Example:

An access sequence has been assigned to condition type PB00 so that prices can be maintained in purchasing info records and contracts.

No access sequence has been assigned to condition type RC00 because it does not have a validity period of its own. In the standard system, it is always maintained simultaneously with the price and is valid for the period of the price.

2) Define Condtion Type

Materials Management>>Purchasing>>Conditions>>Define price determination process>> Define condition types

Several new condition types have been created for maintaining the purchase pricing schemas. All the conditions created are either Price conditions or Discount/Surcharge condition.

For creation of a new condition type, for example a entry tax condition u2013 ZFR1, following steps are followed -

Select an existing condition type with condition class u2018Au2019 say, u2019FRA1- Freight %u2019.

Use u2019Copyu2019 and maintain the condition type code u2018ZFR1u2019 and description u2019Entry Tax %u2019. Retain all other parameters u2013

Condition class u2013 u2018Au2019 Discount or Surcharge

Calculation type u2013 u2018Au2019 Percentage

Condition category u2013 u2018Bu2019 Delivery Cost

Header /Item condition u2013 Item Condition

Plus/Minus u2013 Sign can be plus or minus

Group condition

Changes which can be made for the condition type in the pricing procedure u2013

 Amount/Percent

 Item Condition

 Delete

Scale basis u2013 u2018Bu2019 Value scale

Save the condition type.

3) Define Exclusion Indicators

Materials Management>>Purchasing>>Conditions>>Define price determination process>> Define Exclusion Indicators

SAP Std Setting Must be maintain

4) Calculation Schema

Materials Management>>Purchasing>>Conditions>>Define price determination process>> Define calculation schema

To define a specific pricing schema for a required business scenario, click on the New Entries. Specify a name with 6 characters for the procedure starting with Z. Give the textual description and press Enter.

Select the procedure and click on Controls. On the subsequent screen click on the New Entries to specify the condition types in the sequence of their usage. Maintain the relevant settings and assign the account keys against the condition types that need to be posted to the Purchase accounts or Clearing accounts. Specific settings that need to be maintained in a calculation schema are u2013

Steps and counters - against which the various conditions are maintained and the calculation is done.

From u2013 To, for steps is used to indicate that a particular condition is a total of conditions from X step to Y step or itu2019s a percentage of the particular condition.

It also need to be defined if the condition is Mandatory, Manual & or Statistical and the line is required to be printed or not.

Under the Account key and Accrual key, different Posting keys are defined which are assigned to G/L accounts for defining the purchase accounts and clearing accounts for conditions which are accrued and have different clearing accounts.

Step Number is the only mandatory field. The use of all other fields will be dependent on the pricing element of a specific pricing procedure. However one should remember to give the account key against the condition types which are not statistical in the procedure and the values need to be posted to the relevant G / L accounts.

Save the procedure before leaving the control screen

5) Define Schema Grp

Materials Management>>Purchasing>>Conditions>>Define price determination process>> Define schema group

Schema group for Vendors -

Create the schema group using New Entries, Maintain the schema group code and text and Save

Schema Group for Purchasing Organizations: u2013

Create the schema group using New Entries, Maintain the schema group code and text and Save

Assignment of Schema Group to Purchasing Organizations: u2013

Assign the schema group created against the existing purchasing organizations and Save the entries.

6) Define Schema Determination

Materials Management>>Purchasing>>Conditions>>Define price determination process>> Define Schema Determination

Determine Calculation Schema for Standard Purchase Orders

The calculation schema in Purchasing documents is defined for Vendor schema group & Purchasing organisation schema group combination. Click on New Entries and select the required vendor schema group and the Purchase organisation schema group and the relevant pricing schema.

Save the settings.

Determine Schema for Stock Transport Orders

The calculation schema in stock transport orders is defined for Purchasing organisation schema group, PO document type & supplying plant combination. Click on New Entries and select the required Purchase organisation schema group, P.O. document type, supplying plant and the relevant pricing schema. Save the settings.

This may help u

Regards,

Pardeep Malik

Edited by: Pardeep Malik on Mar 7, 2009 12:33 PM

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BijayBarik
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Hi,

You can confi. new Pricing procedure and can go for pricing manually or automatic. If you need pricing automatic you have to go for use of Access Sequences and Schema Group of Vendor. You can customize your pricing procedure according to your requirement such as like Domestic, Import and Stock transport.

For the above individually you have to configure Pricing Procedure and the following steps are:

SPRO->MM->Purchasing->Conditions->Define Price determination process

1. Define Condition Table:

2.Define Access Sequence,

3.Define Condition Type,

4.Define Calculating Schema,

5.Assign Calculation Schema, Access Sequence and Condition Type,

6.Define Schema Group Of Vendor,

7. Define Schema Group Of Purchasing Organization,

8.Assign Schema Group Of Vendor to Purchasing Organization,

9.Assignment of Schema Group Of Vendor ,Schema Group Purchasing Organization and Calculation Schema.

10.Assign Vendor to Schema Group Of Vendor (XK02)

11.Maintain Condition record(MEK1)

After above steps , you can go for create PO in ME21N.

In the case of Import PO, you have to activate Import PO.

SPRO->Materials Management -> Purchasing -> Foreign Trade/Customs ->Control Foreign Trade Data in MM and SD Documents ->Incompleteness Schemas for Foreign Trade Data .

For more check the links:

http://sapmmhelp.blogspot.com/2008/09/price-determination-process-or-pricing.html

http://www.scribd.com/doc/7149675/Steps-for-MM-Pricing-Procedures

http://www.sap-img.com/materials/steps-for-mm-pricing-procedures.htm

Regards,

Biju K