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Free goods of different material

randhir_mishra
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Hi Experts,

I have mapped free goods scenario in our system.Its working well for inclusive and exclusive free goods for same material. i.e. If I have a material M1 ordered for 100 units I will get 10 units of the same material M1 free(Exclusive) and two line items generated TAN and TANN.

Similarly for inclusive condition,We have a material A1. If one orders 100 units of A1 he has to pay for 90 units only(TAN) and the remaining 10 units (TANN) comes for free.

Now I want to set up the system in such a manner that If the customer orders a material R1 of 100 units he will get material R2 of 10 units for free.

How do we do this setting? In NA00 itself? If yes please tel me the steps involved.

Regards,

Randhir

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Former Member
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Hi,

Please find the info below.

1. Free goods can only be supported on a 1:1 ratio. This means that an order item can lead to a free goods item. Agreements in the following form are not supported: 'With material 1, material 2 and material 3 are free of charge' or 'If material 1 and material 2 are ordered at the same time, then material 3 is free of charge'.

2. Free goods are not supported in combinations with material structures (for example, product selection, BOM, variants with BOM explosion).

3. Free goods are only supported for sales orders with document category C (for example, not quotations).

4. Free goods are not supported for deliveries without reference to a sales order.

5. Free goods cannot be used in make-to-order production, third-party order processing and scheduling agreements.

6. If you defined a free goods for variants in a generic article (only SAP Retail), you can only process the variants in the purchase order and goods receipt individually (as single articles). In other words, you cannot process them using the generic article matrix

(you can find complete info under the below link)

http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/ERPLO/FreeGoodsDetermination

Br, Sats.

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randhir_mishra
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got the answer Thanks everyone!

Regards,

Randhir

rajeshk_bhat
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Dear Randhir,

Could you please post the way you find the solution ,since it would be very helpfull for those who are very new to SD.

Best Regards,

Rajesh.

former_member330517
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Hi Randhir

It is very much a standard scenario in SAP.you just need to configure the exclusivescenario , as you are using inclusive one

the configuration steps-IMG-SD-BASIC FUNCTIONS - FREE GOODS - CONDITION TECHNIQUES FOR FREE GOODS - THEN END OF THAT YOU NEEED TO MAIN CONDITION REECORDS FOR EXCLUSIVE FREE GOODS

( transaction code VBN1)

hope this will solve your problem

regards

Venkat

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Former Member
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Hi,

when an order is placed for example A, you can give B in exclusive free goods condition, pretty much a standard. And you can also give when A is orderded B,C and D materials by creating a BOM of the required kind.

Only thing when you do it as a BOM, the item categories need to be customized as required for pricing.

Regards

Sadhu

former_member184555
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Hi

You have to create a condition record for the exclusive free goods, as done earlier. But, the free good material will be different from the ordered material. In the conditon record specify the main material and the free good material and save the record. This is a standard process, which you have done successfully for the same material as free item.

Regards,

Ravi

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Hi,

Now I want to set up the system in such a manner that If the customer orders a material R1 of 100 units he will get material R2 of 10 units for free.

As far as I know It can be possible with standard SAP. You can mix two different materials in free goods scenario. the scenario should be like: for orders R1 of 100 units customer will get 10 units of R2. Same as R2.

Br, Sats