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Reference Condition type

Former Member
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Hi,

I am working on a contract and when I am trying to search where from the ZDFC condition type is getting the records such as 188.29 in VK12, the message pops up saying:

The cond.type has a reference cond.type - Enter records for cond.type ZDFC

Message no. VK238

Diagnosis

For condition type ZDFC, a reference condition type ZDFC exists in application M.

System Response

Therefore, it is not necessary to create condition records for condition type ZDFC.

Procedure

The system uses condition records that have been created for the reference condition type. If you need a new condition record, you must create it for reference condition type ZDFC.

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Now my question is where to see condition records for ZDFC ( a normal contract type )because in item condition the price is determined as 188.20 but in actual it should be  192.24.

So where should I check the condition records ??

regards,

Venkat

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jignesh_mehta3
Active Contributor
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Hello,

Go to V/06 & go to Details of Condition Type ZDFC.

Here under Master Data you will see Ref. Condition Type as ZDFC & Reference Application as M i.e. Purchasing.

Thus in Sales Pricing, ZDFC Condition Type is referred to another Condition in Purchasing i.e. ZDFC.

Get in touch with your MM Consutant & he will  trace the Condition Records for ZDFC with T-Code MEK2.

Thanks,

JIgnesh Mehta

Former Member
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Thanks Jignesh,

I could trace it with MEK2, now when I see in development server the condition value is determining 24.60 and in quality it is 24.14

Where could be the difference of 0.46 is coming. I have created with same customer masterial this contract and the same line items, every thing is same.

Where should I check it now...?

Regards.

jignesh_mehta3
Active Contributor
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Hello,

Good to know that you could track the Purchasing Condition Type.

Now, the difference in Condition Value in Development & Quality may be due to some Condition Record maintenance or Rounding Rules or Quantity or dates in Contract.

Thanks,

Jignesh Mehta'

Former Member
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Jignesh,

I dont have any rounding rule, and maintaining same qty and dates.

Regards,