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on 10-27-2007 2:19 PM

Hi gurus,

can any one explain with example altrnative caliculation type&alternative condition base value with understandable easy example.

advance thanks,

venkataswamy.

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10-27-2007
3:21 PM

Hi Yanamadala

AltCty - Condition formula for alternative calculation type:

• It is again a Routine that is written by ABAP Consultant.

• It is an alternative formula for the condition type that can be used instead of standard formulas.

• For example, let us take the Profit Margin which can be both + / - , so here this routine will help us in generating the value which can be either + or -. Profit margin is not a condition type so it cannot be classified as +ve or -ve in the V/06.

• Ex.: 950 0 Profit Margin 11.

• So we assign 11 - Profit Margin.

• If new routines are to be defined we follow the procedure given below.

o Go to T.Code: VOFM. - Maintain Requirements & Formulas

•

o Click on the "Formulas" and then on the "Condition Values".

o We have a list of routines, we can ask ABAP consultant to create new routines based on the client requests.

o And we assign the application type.

AltCBV - Alternative formula for condition base value:

• Formula for determining the condition basis as an alternative to the standard.

• It is again a Routine that is written by ABAP Consultant.

• It is used as a basis to calculate value of the condition type instead of using it from the "FROM" column.

• Ex.: Freight - KF00.

• Freight is calculated based on weight, volume etc. and not on the base price. In pricing there is no entry of weight from which the value can be referred like we do for discounts using base price. We have to get the value from the Material master.

• In this column we can mention the value as 12 - Gross Weight or 13 - Net Weight.

• During pricing, the system will consider the value that is mentioned in this column and determine the freight based on this value.

• Suppose we have Net weight: 100 kgs and Gross Weight: 150 kgs. And if we mention 13 in this column then the Freight condition KF00 will be calculated using the weight as 100 kgs.

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10-29-2007
11:06 AM

Now i understood it'ok

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10-29-2007
11:09 AM

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10-29-2007
3:57 AM

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10-28-2007
1:36 PM

Hi Venkat,

<b>Alternative Calculation Type</b>

It is specifies that the system is to use the formula represented in the column as an alternative in finding the value of its condition type, rather than using the standard condition technique. This can be used in complex tax scenarios.

<b>Alternative Condition Base Value</b>

It is a formula assigned to a condition type in order to promote an alternative base value for the calculation of a value. Eg) You can specify a formula that uses a subtotal, from the subtotal field, modify it slightly, such as dividing it by 2, and then using the resultant value as a base value for the condition type.

Hope it had helped you. Do reward if you had felt the same.

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10-27-2007
3:12 PM

Hi,

Alternative calculation type - is to use the formula represented in this column as an alternative in finding the value of the condition type, rather than by using the standard condition technique. This can be used to calculate complex tax scenarios.

Ex: This field is used in obtaining values such as “Net Price(2)”, ‘Profit Margin(11)’ – where there wouldn’t be any access sequence to get the required value. Instead the system calculates net value using the existing amounts and the alternative calculation types. (formula: profit margin = net value – cost price)

Alternative condition base value – is a formula assigned to a condition type in order to promote an alternative base value for the calculation of a value.

Ex:

28-100% discount (condition type R100)

29-FREE GOODS INCLUSIVE(condition type NRAB)

4-netvalue +tax(ROUNDING OFF)

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10-27-2007
3:11 PM

Hi,

Alternative calculation type - is to use the formula represented in this column as an alternative in finding the value of the condition type, rather than by using the standard condition technique. This can be used to calculate complex tax scenarios.

Ex: This field is used in obtaining values such as “Net Price(2)”, ‘Profit Margin(11)’ – where there wouldn’t be any access sequence to get the required value. Instead the system calculates net value using the existing amounts and the alternative calculation types. (formula: profit margin = net value – cost price)

Alternative condition base value – is a formula assigned to a condition type in order to promote an alternative base value for the calculation of a value.

Ex:

28-100% discount (condition type R100)

29-FREE GOODS INCLUSIVE(condition type NRAB)

4-netvalue +tax(ROUNDING OFF)

REWARD POINTS if it is useful

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