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on 07-06-2007 4:42 AM

Hi SAP Prof,

In pricing , there are 16 steps.

for ex:step,cntr, subtotal, reqt, accrual, account ket etc.

Out of 16, can u explain these which are mentioned below clearly and its use

Subtotal,

Reqt

From and To

Stat

Alt calc type

Alt condition base value

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07-06-2007
5:06 AM

hi,

From and To:

1.From: This can be used as a base to the condition type for calculating further value.

From and To: The range between the steps from and to can be used to specify the range between same condition types. So that depending upon the condition type, the system deducts or adds the total value of those condition types from specific common source.

Statistical:

•This indicator if it is activated will not allow the value of the condition type to be taken into net value calculation.

•It is used only for information purposes only.

•This indicator causes a surcharge or discount to be set in the document statistically (that is, without altering the value).

•This is commonly used for condition types

SKTO – Cash Discount

VPRS – Cost (Moving average price/Standard Price).

Subtotal:

•The value of this field determines where the values of subtotals to be captured i.e. in which table and which field.

•Controls whether and in which fields condition amounts or subtotals (for example, a customer discount or the cost of a material) are stored.

•If the same fields are used to store different condition amounts, the system totals the individual amounts.

•These condition amounts or subtotals are used as a starting point for further calculations. You may, for example, want a subtotal of all the discounts included in the pricing of a sales order.

Requirement:

oIt is a routine that is written by an ABAP consultant according to the business requirement.

oBy defining Requirement in condition technique we can restrict the access of condition type.

AltCty – Condition formula for alternative calculation type:

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

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

AltCBV - Alternative formula for condition base value:

oFormula for determining the condition basis as an alternative to the standard.

oIt is again a Routine that is written by ABAP Consultant.

oIt is used as a basis to calculate value of the condition type instead of using it from the “FROM” column.

oEx.: Freight – KF00.

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REgards,

Murali

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07-21-2007
9:38 PM

<b>Subtotals</b>: Store the data in Temporary tables, which can be useful for capturing value in output.

<b>Reqt</b>: Reqt reduces the search strategy reducing the load on the system i.e it focuses for search only for relevant accesses.

<b>From and To</b>: These are the lifeline for calculation purpose & copying of values already calculated for further calculation or summing up.

<b>Stat</b>: If statistical is check, this value is either a cost condition or a condition type which is required only for calculation purpose, but not to be charged directly. No account key should be assigned to statistical condition type & no accounting document is required for such condition type.

Regards,

Rajesh Banka

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07-06-2007
6:00 AM

ubtotal:

The value of this field determines where the values of subtotals to be captured i.e. in which table and which field.

Controls whether and in which fields condition amounts or subtotals (for example, a customer discount or the cost of a material) are stored.

If the same fields are used to store different condition amounts, the system totals the individual amounts.

These condition amounts or subtotals are used as a starting point for further calculations. You may, for example, want a subtotal of all the discounts included in the pricing of a sales order.

Requirement:

It is a routine that is written by an ABAP consultant according to the business requirement.

By defining Requirement in condition technique we can restrict the access of condition type.

To understand the concept, we will take the example of the Rebates. Rebates are to be included during the billing document processing and not in the sales document processing. As rebates are given on the delivered quantity and not on the ordered quantity (incase of cut-off period for rebates).

For rebates we use the condition types BO01 to BO05, and in the Requirement column we give the value 24 which is “Only in Billing Document”.

This Requirement will ensure that these condition types will appear only during the billing document processing.

From: This can be used as a base to the condition type for calculating further value.

From and To: The range between the steps from and to can be used to specify the range between same condition types. So that depending upon the condition type, the system deducts or adds the total value of those condition types from specific common source.

Statistical:

This indicator if it is activated will not allow the value of the condition type to be taken into net value calculation.

It is used only for information purposes only.

This indicator causes a surcharge or discount to be set in the document statistically (that is, without altering the value).

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.

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.

Regards

AK

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07-21-2007
2:04 PM

Hi all, i have a Shipment costing (freight) pricing problem as such:

For 1-5 deliveries i will be charged a $100 per delivery Inspection Fee

For 6-10 delvieries a $80 per delivery Inspection Fee

For 11-20 deliveries a $60 per delivery Inspection Fee.

How can i make the pricing procedure count the number of deliveries on a shipment (i am not using HUM / Shipping Units) and the weights and volumes are not relevant (i.e. random). This is purely based on the # of deliveries assigned to the shipment, for legacy / interface reasons.

I've tried using an AltCBV but i can't feed that value into a scale base value.

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07-21-2007
9:31 PM

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07-06-2007
5:47 AM

Hi

Requirement: Denoted by nos and maintained in VOFM, this is a condition required for a particular condition type to be executed. Eg. PR00: req 2 ie item relevant for pricing

VPRS/EKO1: req 4 ie cost

Rebate BAO1 Req 24/Req 25 etc

2. Subtotal: this represents where a which table a value is stored, which can be processed for further calculation.

Eg. for PR00, if this value is to be used for credt check of a customer, we mark the subtotal as A.

3 Alternate Calculation type: this is also denoted by numbers and maintained in VOFM. Eg. Suppose for 45 units , each unit is charged $100 per unit, the order value comes out to be $4500, that is calculation is done as per unit price, if the client wants calculation type to be based on volume or wieght, alternate calculation type can be configured.

4. Alternate base value: Denoted by no. and maintained in VOFM.

Eg, if the pricing scale is maintained and pricing for 45 units comes under the scale of $100 per unit., the base value is 45 units, but if the client wants a standard base value in some casesto be assumed inspite of maintaining the scale, an alternate base value is confihured, that is the base value based on which the order value is to be calculated changes.

5. Accruals: Accruals are maintained for rebate agreements, it constitutes the total accumulated value which customer has earned through rebate, one the rebate for certain amount is settled the amount from the accruals get deducted.

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