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Use of Price List

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Hi,

Can anyone share some documentation as how to use Price List in S4 Hana cloud environment? 

Regards

Mriganka

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Sai_Kasturi
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Hi Mriganka,

You can use price list to structure the pricing model across your sales areas. You can group customers with a specific business logic by assigning them to the same price list type and calculate prices in sales documents. It also helps to simplify your price maintenance (number of condition records).

For example, create a condition record with the field price list type in your access sequence as a key field. As a result, the system considers this record for all assigned customers. As Nancy mentioned below, you can use the SCCUI 101215 for defining the price list types.

Thanks

Sai

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Thanks Kati

Katalin_Csengőd
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Hi Mrigana,

if you search for an app, corresponding to the transaction V_NLN which is to create net price lists, such an app does not exist in SAP S/4HANA Cloud.

You can make use of setting price groups for customers or materials or setting price list types for customers.

Configuration step IDs are: 101116, 101115,101215.

You can find more information also in the configuration help in the app 'Manage your solution' -> 'Configure your solution' -> application area: sales, sub application area: price management -> configuration help.

I would also recommend the sap help documentation at https://help.sap.com/viewer/a376cd9ea00d476b96f18dea1247e6a5/latest/en-US/d4115a1891f74d208e099c04c8...

and the guided answer at https://ga.support.sap.com/dtp/viewer/#/tree/2492/actions/33793.

Best reggards,

Kati

Nancy
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Product and Topic Expert
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Hi Mriganka,

I'm not quite clear what's the price list you mean. Do you mean price list type? There is a SSCUI which allows customer to configure price list type. In configure your solution -> Sales > Price management -> 16. Set Price List Types for Customers you can enter new price list types.

Then you can use this price list type in customer master and access sequences.

Best regards,

Nancy

former_member133155
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Hello

Did you already had a look at the APP: Set Materiel prices - sales?

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Thanks Nancy for your reply. I will have a look.

former_member132363
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Here are some SAP resources you may review based on your topic "of | price list | s4 hana cloud environment"

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https://support.sap.com/en/offerings-programs/strategy.html

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https://support.sap.com/en/product/best-practices-s4hana-cloud.html

Focused Build - SAP Support Portal

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https://support.sap.com/en/alm/focused-solutions/focused-build.html

former_member132363
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No. The prices you set with Service Price List from within Plan Customer Projects is for the whole project. For this level of granularity, you may be able to use Work Items in your pricing design.

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