The spreadsheet (pricing method) determines which types of conditions should be considered in which order. An access sequence can be assigned to a condition type. The access sequence is a search strategy that you can use to define the order in which the condition tables should be searched for entries that are relevant to a condition type. The condition category is the classification of types of conditions such as FREIGHT, TAXES, PRICE, DISCOUNT. If the field is empty, the condition type is relevant for account assignment. On the next screen, you need to enter entries in the required fields. The fields differ depending on the type of conditions. In our example, you must fill in the Fields of Material, Factory, Purchasing Organization, Supplier, Discount Percentage, and Validity. Main screen for creating new price conditions This field controls quantity conversion when determining the condition basis. Hi Dibyendu, Bhai good evng what the 16 steps of the pricing process.

U ve shown 7 steps.can u explain bhai, confused lil bit.can u help me out bhai Click HERE to learn more about the condition technique on SAP Help Here you select the condition type to maintain the amounts for that condition. Then, you should click Enter on the keyboard to move on to the next screen. This configuration controls whether and in which fields condition quantities or subtotals are defined. For example, a customer discount or the cost of a material. In a condition table, we specify the combination of fields for which we create condition records. The spreadsheet is used to calculate costs, prices, period discounts, and taxes. In sales and distribution (SD), this concept is called the pricing procedure. In Billing Type, the pricing method is SD pricing with normal pricing settings. However, we will not keep status records (via VK11), but we will define baseline condition, baseline application, and baseline pricing procedures when configuring this type of condition (V/06) in the “Master Data” section of the condition type configuration, as shown in the screenshot above. This field checks whether the condition index is updated or not. We can select this for a faster search.

Condition types are largely differentiated by the condition class and more definitively by the condition category. Let`s start with the technique behind the work of the pricing process in the implementation project, we configure the national pricing method or the international pricing method To add more types of conditions, you need to add these types of conditions in the associated spreadsheet. To find the worksheet assigned to the raw condition type, you need to go to M/06 and you will find the spreadsheet as follows: We use the pricing method to determine these conditions in a procedure where we can find the subtotal for the net amount. Let`s check the four elements of the condition technique one by one Manual condition types are those that need to be entered manually. You do not have an access sequence that should be suggested automatically. You do not keep condition records for manual condition types because they do not have an access order. The following fields are available in the Control Data 1 section of the condition type configuration The pricing procedure in the MM module is a way to determine prices in purchase documents. It gives us the ability to assign different types of calculation for different needs. A pricing procedure can be defined by creating an access sequence and assigning it to the types of conditions.

The access sequence tells the system where to look for condition values. It can search for multiple condition tables based on our settings. Tables have different priorities and different key fields. When determining the SAP MM or SAP SD pricing procedure, the calculation scheme is practically assigned to a combination of the vendor schema group and the purchasing organizational schema group. This means that you must enter the vendor schema group on the master vendor and assign the schema group to the purchasing organization so that the system can find the worksheet to use in the document. It is relevant whether the sales unit of measurement and the state unit of measure are identical (and differ from the base unit of measurement).–> Disabled: The condition base quantity is converted to the storage unit via the quantity. This means that the condition quantity for the factors in the plan is determined. This means that a change in conversion factors in the delivery or order will not be taken into account. Rounding errors can occur during quantity conversion.–> Enabled: If the sales unit of measure and the state unit of measure are identical, the quantity of the document line is used, that is, the actual quantity.

You can create a new access sequence or manage the conditions table in the existing access order (depending on your business process) Here we specify the calculation for all types of conditions. Thanks for the suggestion! Do you mean adding explanations for the application of different status records in purchase documents (for example. B a purchase order) or in Customizing? This field controls the priority of a condition type between manual entries and is determined automatically. Time-dependent conditions always depend on time. It has the validity period. You can use multiple prices for the same condition record with a different validity period, so the system automatically changes it according to the validity period. To receive the material price in purchase orders, you must add your condition type to the worksheet. If you do not want your condition to be included in the purchase documents, you must remove it from the spreadsheet. You can also make it a “statistical” condition.

Then it is displayed in the purchase documents, but has no influence on the calculation of the price. There are different standard reports for conditions in SAP. You can try transactions like MEKA, MEKB, MEKC, etc. T code M/03 or path SPRO-IMG-MM purchase conditions definition Define the process conditions table Maintain the conditions table Create the conditions table. This unit of measurement is used for group conditions that depend on weight or volume. This configuration determines whether the value of the condition type is treated as a positive value or a negative value. Note: The formula defined here (in the MM pricing process) works the same way in SD. We use VOFM for the same thing. The rounding rule determines the round value of the condition type. If the value is set to “Commercial”, the value is rounded down, para. B example $9,364 rounded to $9.36 It can be retrieved via the access sequence and condition type. Price conditions can have price scales that can be mapped to price dependence on quantity.

For example, for 1-100 quantity purchased there is a discount of $2 per piece, for 101-200 the discount is $3 and so on. Assign the newly created access sequence to the gross price condition type (which I kept for PBXX) The condition technique is used to determine the purchase price by systematically considering all relevant price components Assuming that we keep 4 tables of conditions in an access order. Then, if a condition type searches for a condition record through this access sequence, the access sequence allows only these 4 condition tables to be searched. The following fields are specified in this section of the condition type configuration. Let`s check all the fields one by one SAP MM Pricing Condition How do I set the pricing conditions for the following example type? Activity height rate/ton Order type A If order type A If height up to 20 Mtr. 5639 Order type A 20-40 Mtr. 6202 Order type A More than 40 Mtr. 6484 Time-independent conditions do not depend on time. It has no validity period, that is, it will always be the same for all times. The above settings apply to the time-independent condition. Whenever you use a time-independent condition, you must perform the above parameters. This section of the condition type configuration contains several fields for scales.

We will check all the fields here. For example, a purchase order has several items. There is a discount group condition in our order that gives 10% off if the order value for a particular material group line exceeds $1000. in this case, if the total value of such material distributed in multiple items is calculated and compared to $100 to be obtained in the remission decision, although such purchase order item individually may not be eligible for a discount of less than $1000 in order value. Regarding the gross price of SAP standard maintenance as PBXX for time-independent condition and PB00 for time-dependent condition. For time-dependent settings, simply configure the condition type, Access sequence, condition table, and worksheet. The schema group is not required for the time-dependent condition. SAP MM pricing conditions are required to determine and calculate prices in various purchase documents. Prices can include many different components, such as. B freight, gross price, net price, taxes, discounts, surcharges, etc. .

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