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Former Member
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hi SD gurus,

ha s anybody used the condition type line item EK01 n EK02? I knw they are cost conditions. But do we use them in pricing procedure? Or we just assign them in the sales documnent definition?

N wats the relation between these 2 places? What they do in sales doc. n wat they do in price pro?

How to decide whether 2 go for eko1 or 2?

Thanks in anticipation.


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Former Member
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EK02 is used for calculating the margin in line item of order while in case price is based on cost + markup for example then EK01 is used.


EK01 is basically used when a calculation is based on a farmula e.g. SALING PRICE - COSTPRICE = PROFIT,

whereas EK01 is used where the all amount remain same and do not varies e.g.


These are the condition type that will display the results of the unit costing for certain type of sales document.

EK01 :

If you use this condition type, the result of unit costing is issued to the first position on the conditions screen for the item. The value can be used as a basis for price determination.


If you use this condition type, the result of unit costing is simply a statistical value which you can compare with the price.

Please note the following points :

1) The condition type must have condition category 'Q' (costing).

2) The condition type must agree with the condition type defined for unit costing in the pricing procedure.

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dear prashant,

EK01 and EK02 have been provided for cost transfer of line items.

EK01: If we choose it the result of the sales order costing (integration with controlling) is first printed to the pricing screen for the item. The value can be used as basis for price calculation.

EK02: System simply takes the result of the sales order costing as a statistical value (only for information purpose

rewards pls


Former Member
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Hi Prashant

EK01 is usually used to manage 'follow through type' of orders. Example you purchase something directly on behalf of the customer (outside normal stock) and then you sell it to the customer with a mark-up

EK01 usually allows you to hold the cost of the item and therefore allow accurate accounting later on during the process and yes it should be added to the relevant pricing procedure if you want to use this type of process