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Sap sd-pricing-in-depth-configuration-guide

  1. 1. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________1 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in SDSDSDSD PRICINGPRICINGPRICINGPRICING
  2. 2. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________2 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Transaction CodesTransaction CodesTransaction CodesTransaction Codes 5555 DefinitionsDefinitionsDefinitionsDefinitions 7777 The Condition Technique in PricingThe Condition Technique in PricingThe Condition Technique in PricingThe Condition Technique in Pricing 9999 Create Condition TableCreate Condition TableCreate Condition TableCreate Condition Table 15151515 Create Access SequenceCreate Access SequenceCreate Access SequenceCreate Access Sequence 21212121 1.1.1.1. Maintain Access SequenceMaintain Access SequenceMaintain Access SequenceMaintain Access Sequence 22222222 2.2.2.2. Optimize AccessOptimize AccessOptimize AccessOptimize Access SequenceSequenceSequenceSequence 26262626 Create Condition TypeCreate Condition TypeCreate Condition TypeCreate Condition Type 29292929 1.1.1.1. Maintain Condition TypeMaintain Condition TypeMaintain Condition TypeMaintain Condition Type 31313131 2.2.2.2. Define Upper/Lower limits for ConditionsDefine Upper/Lower limits for ConditionsDefine Upper/Lower limits for ConditionsDefine Upper/Lower limits for Conditions 35353535 3.3.3.3. Check SettinCheck SettinCheck SettinCheck Setting for Condition Typesg for Condition Typesg for Condition Typesg for Condition Types 37373737 Condition RecordCondition RecordCondition RecordCondition Record 39393939 1.1.1.1. Maintain Condition RecordMaintain Condition RecordMaintain Condition RecordMaintain Condition Record 40404040 2.2.2.2. MaiMaiMaiMainnnntain Scale fortain Scale fortain Scale fortain Scale for ConditionConditionConditionCondition 43434343 3.3.3.3. TrackingTrackingTrackingTracking CumulativeCumulativeCumulativeCumulative Value with Condition UpdateValue with Condition UpdateValue with Condition UpdateValue with Condition Update 47474747 MaximumMaximumMaximumMaximum ValueValueValueValue 48484848 MaximumMaximumMaximumMaximum QuantityQuantityQuantityQuantity 50505050 Maximum Number of Sales OrderMaximum Number of Sales OrderMaximum Number of Sales OrderMaximum Number of Sales Order 53535353 Pricing ProcedurePricing ProcedurePricing ProcedurePricing Procedure 56565656 1.1.1.1. Maintain Pricing ProcedureMaintain Pricing ProcedureMaintain Pricing ProcedureMaintain Pricing Procedure 59595959 2.2.2.2. Define Customer Pricing ProcedureDefine Customer Pricing ProcedureDefine Customer Pricing ProcedureDefine Customer Pricing Procedure 62626262 3.3.3.3. Define Document Pricing ProcedureDefine Document Pricing ProcedureDefine Document Pricing ProcedureDefine Document Pricing Procedure 64646464 4.4.4.4. Assign Document Pricing Procedure to Order TypeAssign Document Pricing Procedure to Order TypeAssign Document Pricing Procedure to Order TypeAssign Document Pricing Procedure to Order Type 67676767 5.5.5.5. Assign Document Pricing Procedure to Billing TypeAssign Document Pricing Procedure to Billing TypeAssign Document Pricing Procedure to Billing TypeAssign Document Pricing Procedure to Billing Type 68686868 6.6.6.6. DeDeDeDefine Pricing Procedure Determinationfine Pricing Procedure Determinationfine Pricing Procedure Determinationfine Pricing Procedure Determination 69696969 7.7.7.7. Check Setting for Pricing ProcedureCheck Setting for Pricing ProcedureCheck Setting for Pricing ProcedureCheck Setting for Pricing Procedure 71717171
  3. 3. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________3 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Define Pricing by Item CategoriesDefine Pricing by Item CategoriesDefine Pricing by Item CategoriesDefine Pricing by Item Categories 77772222 Maintain PriceMaintain PriceMaintain PriceMaintain Price---- Relevant Master Data FieldRelevant Master Data FieldRelevant Master Data FieldRelevant Master Data Field 78787878 1.1.1.1. Define Price List Categories For CustomerDefine Price List Categories For CustomerDefine Price List Categories For CustomerDefine Price List Categories For Customer 79797979 2.2.2.2. Define Pricing Groups for CustomerDefine Pricing Groups for CustomerDefine Pricing Groups for CustomerDefine Pricing Groups for Customer 81818181 3.3.3.3. Define Material GroupDefine Material GroupDefine Material GroupDefine Material Group 83838383 Maintain Pricing ReportsMaintain Pricing ReportsMaintain Pricing ReportsMaintain Pricing Reports 86868686 Condition ExclusionCondition ExclusionCondition ExclusionCondition Exclusion 93939393 1.1.1.1. Condition Exclusion for Groups Of ConditionCondition Exclusion for Groups Of ConditionCondition Exclusion for Groups Of ConditionCondition Exclusion for Groups Of Condition 93939393 2.2.2.2. Condition Exclusion for Condition Types and RecordsCondition Exclusion for Condition Types and RecordsCondition Exclusion for Condition Types and RecordsCondition Exclusion for Condition Types and Records 102102102102 Pricing AgreementsPricing AgreementsPricing AgreementsPricing Agreements 104104104104 Define PromotionDefine PromotionDefine PromotionDefine Promotion 107107107107 Set up Sales DealsSet up Sales DealsSet up Sales DealsSet up Sales Deals 110110110110 1.1.1.1. Define Sales DealsDefine Sales DealsDefine Sales DealsDefine Sales Deals 110110110110 2.2.2.2. Condition Type GroupCondition Type GroupCondition Type GroupCondition Type Group • CoCoCoCondition Type Groupndition Type Groupndition Type Groupndition Type Group 114114114114 • Assign Condition Type/ Table Condition Type GroupAssign Condition Type/ Table Condition Type GroupAssign Condition Type/ Table Condition Type GroupAssign Condition Type/ Table Condition Type Group 116116116116 • Assign Condition Type Groups/Sales DealsAssign Condition Type Groups/Sales DealsAssign Condition Type Groups/Sales DealsAssign Condition Type Groups/Sales Deals 118118118118 Questions & AnswersQuestions & AnswersQuestions & AnswersQuestions & Answers 121121121121
  4. 4. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________4 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Pricing is on of the important topic of SD module. Once you understand this concept it is been easy for you to grip other SD topic. Go this topic twice and thrice until you are not clear with this concept. Read sap pdf file and Explain each fields of 1. Condition Type 2. Pricing Procedure Gone through the above files and you will have clear idea about pricing.
  5. 5. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________5 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in TTTTransactionransactionransactionransaction CodeCodeCodeCode V/03 Create Condition Table V/04 Change Condition Table V/05 Display Condition Table V/06 Create/Change & Display Condition Type V/07 Create/Change & Display Access Sequence V/08 Create/Change & Display Pricing Procedure VK11 Create Condition Record VK12 Change Condition Record VK13 Display Condition Record OVKP Define Customer Pricing Procedure OVKI Define Document Pricing Procedure OVKJ Assign Document Pricing Procedure to Order Type OVTP Assign Document Pricing Procedure to Billing Type OVKK Define Pricing Procedure Determination OVSI Define Price List Categories For Customer OVSL Define Pricing Groups for Customer OVSJ Define Material Group OV31 Define Condition Exclusion Groups
  6. 6. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________6 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in OV32 Assign Condition Type to Condition Exclusion group VOK8 Maintain Condition Exclusion for Pricing Procedure OVB2 Define Upper and Lower limit for condition OVK0 Active pricing for item categories
  7. 7. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________7 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in DefinitionDefinitionDefinitionDefinition Condition Table:Condition Table:Condition Table:Condition Table: A Condition table defines the combination of fields (the key) that identifies an individual condition record. Access Sequence:Access Sequence:Access Sequence:Access Sequence: An access sequence is a search strategy used to find valid data for a particular condition type. Condition Type:Condition Type:Condition Type:Condition Type: It is price element and it has character like value, quantity, surcharge or discounts. Condition RecordCondition RecordCondition RecordCondition Record A condition record allows you to store and retrieve dada. All prices, discounts and surcharges for automatic pricing must be stored in condition records. Pricing Procedure:Pricing Procedure:Pricing Procedure:Pricing Procedure: A pricing procedure is used to define a group of condition types in a particular sequence. It determines which subtotals appear during pricing. It determines witch bases the system uses to calculate percentage discounts and surcharges. It determines to what extent pricing can be influenced manually. Condition Exclusion:Condition Exclusion:Condition Exclusion:Condition Exclusion: It is best/worst price comparison.
  8. 8. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________8 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Condition Supplement:Condition Supplement:Condition Supplement:Condition Supplement: Several condition types to be accessed together.
  9. 9. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________9 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in The Condition Technique in PricingThe Condition Technique in PricingThe Condition Technique in PricingThe Condition Technique in Pricing The condition technique refers to the method by which the system determines prices from information stored in condition records. In Sales and Distribution, the various elements used in the condition technique are set up and controlled in Customizing. During sales order processing, the system uses the condition technique to determine a variety of important pricing information. For example, the system automatically determines which gross price the customer should be charged and which discounts and surcharges are relevant given the conditions that apply. The following figure shows how the condition technique works in the background to produce the pricing information. 1111 2222 3333 5555 4444 Pricing Procedure ZSCIL1 ZPR0 Price ZPAC Packing Charge ZHA0 Hundi Discount Sales Order Type ZSOR Customer 17 Item 10 Qty 10 1217 Price 4,00,000 INR Condition Type: ZPR0 Access Sequence: PR00 Access Sequence: PR00 8 Customer with release status 10 customer/material 15 plant/customer/material Condition record for ZPR0 No valid Record found Valid Record Found 1 pc = 40,000 INR
  10. 10. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________10 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in 1. The system determines the pricing procedure according to information defined in the sales document type and the customer master record. 2. The pricing procedure defines the valid condition types and the sequence in which they appear in the sales order. In the example, the system takes the first condition type (ZPR0) in the pricing procedure and begins the search for a valid condition record. 3. Each condition type in the pricing procedure can have an access sequence assigned to it. In this case, the system uses access sequence PR00. The system checks the accesses until it finds a valid condition record. (Although you cannot see this in the diagram, each access specifies a particular condition table. The table provides the key with which the system searches for records). 4. In the example, the first access is unsuccessful. The system moves on to the next access and finds a valid record. 5. The system determines the price according to information stored in the condition record. Appropriate price. In the example, the system determines a price of 40,000 per piece. The system repeats this process for each condition type in the pricing procedure determines a final price.
  11. 11. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________11 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in PricingPricingPricingPricing The following sections describe how pricing is controlled. Before you set up new control elements, you should check in how far the control elements defined in the standard version of the SAP R/3 system meet your requirements. The following aspects are of significance for controlling pricing • Condition typeCondition typeCondition typeCondition type Using the condition types, you define which types of prices, discounts, and surcharges exist in the SAP system. The condition types which are pre-defined in the standard SAP delivery system include: o customer-specific discount o freight charge o material surcharge o price list price • Condition tableCondition tableCondition tableCondition table In the condition table, you specify the combination of fields for which you want to create a condition record. For example, you can create a condition record for a price which is dependent on: o sales organization o distribution channel o division o customer
  12. 12. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________12 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in • Access sequenceAccess sequenceAccess sequenceAccess sequence The access sequence is a search strategy with which the SAP system searches for valid condition records for each condition type during pricing. The access sequence refers to the fields which are relevant for pricing using the condition tables contained in the access sequence. Using the access sequence, you can control that the SAP system first of all searches for a customer-specific price and then for a price list price. • Pricing procedurePricing procedurePricing procedurePricing procedure In the pricing procedure you specify the condition types which are to be used in pricing. At the same time, you define the sequence in which the condition types are to be brought into play. Which pricing procedure is valid for a business transaction depends on the following criteria: o customer o sales document type o sales area You also need to take the following points into account: • Pricing for a document item depends on its item category. You must make the appropriate settings for all item categories for which pricing should be carried out. Pricing is not activated, for example, for free of charge items. • Also, check how the copying of pricing data is controlled in the SD documents ( document flow). For example, you specify in the document flow how prices are copied from sales order into a billing document.
  13. 13. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________13 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in • In addition, you must define master data fields which are relevant for pricing. For example, you must specify a price group for a customer if you want to use this price group for pricing. • Define the degree of responsibility your employees have for conditions. • If the cost price is to be determined during pricing, you must classify the item categories appropriately. NoteNoteNoteNote You define pricing for each sales area. You can use sales area assignment to apply the same pricing rules to more than one sales area. (see Section "Define common master data"). Transport interfaceTransport interfaceTransport interfaceTransport interface In the transport, all objects which were maintained in Customizing for controlling pricing are transported. In the correction which is created for the transport, check the table entries and delete any entries which are not to be transported. Additional informationAdditional informationAdditional informationAdditional information You will find further information on this subject in the SD "Guide to Pricing and Conditions". Pricing ControlPricing ControlPricing ControlPricing Control The following steps describe how you should set up pricing control in the system. You should be familiar with the pricing criteria before making the necessary settings for pricing in the SAP System.
  14. 14. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________14 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Check how prices as well as surcharges and discounts are created. For example, determine whether different prices apply to individual customers or customer groups and how surcharges and discounts are calculated. Check whether separate pricing is carried out for individual business transactions. You may levy specific freight surcharges for rush orders, for example. Specify at what point in time prices are determined (e.g. for sales promotions, price increases, etc.). Also clarify who is responsible for determining prices. Afterwards, adjust your pricing dependencies to the pricing criteria in the SAP System. To do this, see the following steps.
  15. 15. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________15 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Create Condition TableCreate Condition TableCreate Condition TableCreate Condition Table You define price dependencies. You can make prices, surcharges, and discounts dependent on almost all the fields in a document. You define these dependencies using the condition tables. In a condition table, you define the combination of fields for which you can create condition records . RecommendationRecommendationRecommendationRecommendation Do not change the condition tables in the standard system. ActivitiesActivitiesActivitiesActivities 1. Check to what extent you can use the condition tables contained in the standard system. To do this, you can display the condition tables. 2. Before you create a new condition table, you should check whether the fields listed in the field catalog meet your requirements. If you require a field in pricing which is not intended for this usage in the standard system, you must enter it in the field catalog. You can only enter fields from tables KOMG, KOMK or KOMP. 3. Create new condition tables. Copy a similar condition table and proceed as follows: o Enter the name of the table you want to create. Bear in mind that you can only choose names between 501 and 999. If you do not make a specification, the system automatically assigns a sequential number. o Specify whether you would like to create the table with or without a validity period. o Enter a description for the condition table.
  16. 16. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________16 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in o Select the required fields for the condition table from the list of the permitted fields listed in the field catalog. o Generate the new condition table. NoteNoteNoteNote If, for example, you want to make pricing dependent on the ship-to party, you can only select the customer field in the condition table. You cannot specify the ship-to party in the condition tables since only customer master records exist. It is not until you create an order document that you have the specific function 'ship-to party'. When you subsequently define the access, you can assign the ship-to party source field to the customer field. 4. Specify the condition tables in the access sequences. This way, you establish the link between condition type, access sequence and condition record. NoteNoteNoteNote For information on entering fields in the tables KOMK, KOMG, and KOMP, see the System modification section. IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Control Define Condition Tables TTTT----Code:Code:Code:Code: V/03
  17. 17. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________17 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on You will have following screen Click on you will have following screen Enter the number “between” 501-999 and presses enter, you will have following screen.
  18. 18. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________18 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Field Catalogs you can right side. You can select fields by double clicking on it an it will come on left side. Click on you will have following screen
  19. 19. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________19 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following screen. Click on you will have following screen. Your table has been saved. The order of the fields in a condition table affects the performance of the system during pricing. Two general guidelines will help you create an efficient condition table: 1. If you select fields that are connected to the structure of your organization (for example, sales organization and distribution channel),
  20. 20. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________20 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in assign the fields according to the level of general applicability: Put the most general field, for example, the sales organization in the highest position and the most specific field in the lowest. 2. After organizational fields, place fields from the document header before those that come from the item level. (For example, Customer comes before Material) After you have selected the fields for the key on the screen where you maintain and define condition tables, choose F16 Generate to generate the table in the system. Generation prepares the condition table for storing condition data.
  21. 21. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________21 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Define Access SequencesDefine Access SequencesDefine Access SequencesDefine Access Sequences You define access sequences in this IMG step. The access sequence is a search strategy which the SAP System uses to search for condition records valid for a condition type. For example, you can define for a price that the SAP System first searches for a customer-specific price and then for a price list price. RecommendationRecommendationRecommendationRecommendation • If you define your own access sequences, the key should start with the letter Z since SAP reserves this letter for the standard system. • Do not change access sequences contained in the standard SAP R/3 System. ActionsActionsActionsActions 1. Check to what extent you can use the access sequences contained in the standard SAP R/3 System. 2. Create new access sequences by copying a similar access sequence and changing it according to your needs. Specify an alphanumeric key which may have up to 4 digits and a textual description. 3. Maintain the accesses for the access sequence by specifying the condition tables in the desired sequence. With the sequence, you define the priority of the accesses. You can display combinations of key fields using possible entries. 4. Generating the accesses is no longer necessary as of 3.0, as this is carried out automatically. You can generate the accesses manually, if required, by choosing "Utilities".
  22. 22. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________22 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Improved performance by using pre-step for accesses. MaintainMaintainMaintainMaintain Access SequenceAccess SequenceAccess SequenceAccess Sequence IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Control Define Access Sequence TTTT----CodeCodeCodeCode V/07 Click on You will have following screen
  23. 23. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________23 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Double click on you will have following screen will appear This message serves to warn you that each change you make will have an effect on all other clients in the system. Click on you will have following screen Click on you will have following screen
  24. 24. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________24 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Enter four alphanumerical key and description for your Access Sequences and press enter Select your Access Sequence by clicking on tab And double click on you will have following screen Click on you will have following screen Enter require data as shown in above screen
  25. 25. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________25 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in 1. Access Number: For finding you condition record you can assign access number to your condition table 2. Condition Table 3. Requirement Field: This is use for output determination 4. Exclusive: If you keep this tab tick mark your system spot searching record after first successful access condition type. Press enter you will have following screen select your access as shown in above screen and double click on and then press enter you will have following screen Click on you will have change request screen click on you will back to above screen Click on you will have following screen
  26. 26. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________26 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Optimize AccessesOptimize AccessesOptimize AccessesOptimize Accesses To improve performance, you can optimize the accesses to a condition type by having the system carry out a pre-step: You use the pre-step to determine whether the system should first only search for condition records using the document header data. If the search is unsuccessful, then this access is not used to search from the individual items. The pre-step can only be used for accesses with header and item data. The greater the average number of items in a document, the more useful pre-step becomes. The less likely it is that you will find a valid condition record, the more useful it is to use pre-step (see the following example). ExampleExampleExampleExample In pricing, you use a customer-material discount. The condition records you create are based on customer data from the document header and
  27. 27. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________27 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in material data from each document item. The discount is only valid for 2% of your customers, however. Normally, this would mean that the system would needlessly search through every available item for 98% of your customers. In this case, pre-step would improve system performance. Double click on you will have following screen Click on you will have following screen Enter your condition type and your access number of your access sequence as shown in above screen
  28. 28. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________28 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Press enter and Click on you will have change request screen click on you will back to above screen.
  29. 29. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________29 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Define Condition TypesDefine Condition TypesDefine Condition TypesDefine Condition Types Here you define condition types Price elements are represented in the SAP system by condition types. Price elements can be, for example, prices, surcharges, discounts, taxes or, freight, and are stored in the system in condition records. You can, for example, define whether a discount is calculated as a percentage or a fixed amount using the condition type. You specify an access sequence in every condition type. Thus, you define which fields the SAP system checks when searching for a valid condition record. NoteNoteNoteNote • The pricing procedure groups all condition types together which the SAP system is to automatically take into account during pricing for a business transaction (see the section "Define and assign pricing procedures"). Remember that you can only specify manually in a document those condition types which are contained in the pricing procedure. • You can change the outcome of pricing in the sales document manually. You can limit options for changing a condition type in this IMG step. RecommendationRecommendationRecommendationRecommendation • If you define your own condition types, the key should start with the letter Z since SAP reserves these letters for that purpose in the standard system. • Do not change the condition types which are contained in the standard SAP R/3 System.
  30. 30. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________30 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in ActionsActionsActionsActions 1. Check to what extent you can use the condition types contained in the standard SAP R/3 System. 2. Create new condition types by copying a similar conditions type and changing it according to your requirements. One reason for creating a new condition type is you may require a calculation rule for a discount which is not available in the standard system. Specify an alphanumeric key which can have up to 4 digits, and a textual description. Specify an access sequence for the condition types. You do not need to specify an access sequence for header conditions. 3. Maintain the detail screen of the condition type. You can also assign a reference condition type if the condition types you are working with are similar. Then you will only have to maintain condition records for the reference condition type. In addition, you can define the upper and lower limits for the value of a condition at condition type level. This way, you limit the amounts or the scale values in the corresponding condition records. Checking settingsChecking settingsChecking settingsChecking settings You can use the SDCHECKT685A report to check the settings for the condition types. This is not a complete check but it does, for example, check the scale type setting for group conditions. For more information, read the report documentation. IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Control Define Condition Type TTTT----CodeCodeCodeCode V/06
  31. 31. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________31 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on You will have following screen MaintainMaintainMaintainMaintain Condition TypeCondition TypeCondition TypeCondition Type Click on you will have following screen
  32. 32. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________32 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Select Condition Type PR00 Click on copy button and you will have following screen
  33. 33. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________33 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Change the four alphanumerical key for your condition type and name.
  34. 34. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________34 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Press enter than click on save button you will have following pop screen Click on your condition type was saved Click on you will have your condition type in the list as shown in below Click on you will have following screen
  35. 35. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________35 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Define upper/lower limits for conditionDefine upper/lower limits for conditionDefine upper/lower limits for conditionDefine upper/lower limits for conditionssss In this step you define lower and upper limit for your condition type. Up to what extend end-user can change your condition value in a sales order. 1. Before defining limits your condition must be changeable. you can see in your condition type in “ changes which can be made” tab Tick mark in Amount/percent radio button 2. For Condition Type Condition record must be maintain IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Define Condition Type Define upper/lower limits for conditions TTTT----Code:Code:Code:Code: OVB2
  36. 36. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________36 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Double click on you will have following screen Click on Enter your data as shown in above screen. Click on you will have change request screen Click on and you will back to above screen Click on you will have following screen
  37. 37. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________37 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Check settinCheck settinCheck settinCheck setting for your Condition typeg for your Condition typeg for your Condition typeg for your Condition type IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Define Condition Type Check setting for your Condition Type In this step you can check setting for your condition type Double click on you will have following screen Enter your condition type and click on you will have following screen will appear
  38. 38. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________38 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Here there was no error so this screen is appear.
  39. 39. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________39 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Condition RecordCondition RecordCondition RecordCondition Record UseUseUseUse This section explains how to perform day-to-day pricing activities during sales order processing. The section explains how to create and maintain pricing information by using condition records. Purpose of Condition RecordsPurpose of Condition RecordsPurpose of Condition RecordsPurpose of Condition Records Condition records allow you to store and retrieve pricing data in the system. All the pricing elements daily business - the prices, discounts, and surcharges for freight and taxes - that you want to use for automatic pricing must be stored in the system as condition records. You can define as many condition records as you want for the different pricing elements for any validity period. You create condition records for all the pricing elements that the system takes into account during automatic pricing. During document processing, the system transfers data from the condition records and determines the amounts for individual pricing elements (prices, discounts and surcharges) and the final amount for the sales document.
  40. 40. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________40 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in SAP MENU PATH:SAP MENU PATH:SAP MENU PATH:SAP MENU PATH: Logistics Sales and Distribution Master Data Conditions Select Using Condition Type Create TTTT----Code:Code:Code:Code: VK11 Double click on you will have following screen
  41. 41. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________41 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Enter your condition type for which you want to create condition record Note: You can only create condition record for those conditions that has access sequence. Here I enter ZPR0 for which I want to create condition record Press enter you will have following screen
  42. 42. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________42 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in In above screen you can see key Combination pop-up screen appear. Here it appear because access sequence has more than one table Select key combination for which you want to create condition record. And click on you will have following screen
  43. 43. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________43 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Enter your Sales Organization, Distribution Channel, Customer, Material, Amount (Material Price), Unit (Currency), Per (Price per unit of measurement), UoM (unit of measurement) After entering necessary data press enter you will have following screen As shown in above screen validation dates takes from your condition type. Press enter and Click on you will back to above screen. Click on you will have Sap Essay Menu Maintain ScaMaintain ScaMaintain ScaMaintain Scales for Conditionles for Conditionles for Conditionles for Condition In this step you define Scale for you price. When you create a condition record for a pricing element, you can define a pricing scale. In the standard system, a pricing scale can be based on any of the following criteria: _ Value _ Quantity _ Gross weight _ Net weight _ Volume _ A formula specific to your requirements
  44. 44. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________44 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in The scale basis is defined in Customizing for Sales for each condition type. Go to your condition record use T-Code: VK12 Enter Condition Type and press enter you will have following screen Select your key combination and click on
  45. 45. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________45 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in you will have following screen Enter relevant data as shown in above screen and click on you will have following screen. In this screen click on you will have following screen.
  46. 46. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________46 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Here our Scale Base type is Quantity enter data as shown in above screen. Press enter and click on you will have following screen Click on you will have Sap Essay Menu
  47. 47. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________47 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Tracking Cumulative Values With Condition UpdateTracking Cumulative Values With Condition UpdateTracking Cumulative Values With Condition UpdateTracking Cumulative Values With Condition Update Special offers and discounts to customers are frequently offered as part of a sales promotion based on accumulated sales order data. For example, when your customers place orders for a new product, you may offer them an introductory allowance up to a specified total value (for example, up to INR 5 lacs ). As a customer places orders for the new product, the system must be able to keep track of the cumulative discount total. Condition update is controlled by the condition type in setting Customizing for Sales. If you set the condition update for a particular condition type, the system subsequently updates the corresponding condition records whenever you process relevant sales and billing documents. As shown in above screen for use of this function this tick mark must be there in condition type. Condition update provides the basis for the following pricing functions: _ Maximum Value _ Maximum quantity _ Maximum Number of Sales Orders
  48. 48. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________48 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in For understanding this concept I take condition discount type ZDIC Maximum Values Provided that the condition update function is active for a particular condition type, you can create condition records that specify a maximum cumulative value. The system uses the condition value of an item as the basis for the cumulative value. TTTT----CodeCodeCodeCode VK11 Enter your condition type and press enter you will have following screen Here we give customer 2% discount Now click on you will have following screen
  49. 49. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________49 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Here we enter max. condition value 10,000. It is mean As the customer places sales orders for the item, the system keeps track of the cumulative discount value and stores this data at condition record level. Once the cumulative discount value reaches INR 10,000, the system automatically deactivates the discount. Press enter and click on you will have following screen
  50. 50. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________50 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have sap easy menu After creating sales order you can track cumulative value for condition type Maximum QuantitiesMaximum QuantitiesMaximum QuantitiesMaximum Quantities You can create condition records that specify a maximum cumulative quantity. The system uses the condition base value of an item as the basis for the cumulative quantity. In most cases for the condition base, this involves a quantity. It is also possible to enter maximum quantities in weight and volume for a condition record. TTTT----Code:Code:Code:Code: VK11
  51. 51. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________51 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Here I use condition ZDIS press enter Enter all necessary data and click on you will have following screen
  52. 52. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________52 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Here we enter Max.cond.base value 200 pc Here, we specify that a customer receives a 50 INR discount for a 1219 (Children Bike) material up to a maximum cumulative order quantity of 200 peaces. As the customer places sales orders for the item, the system keeps track of the cumulative value (in this example, the number of peaces) and stores this data at the condition record level. Once the cumulative value reaches 200 peaces, the system automatically deactivates the discount. Click on you will have following screen
  53. 53. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________53 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have SAP easy menu Maximum Number of Sales OrdersMaximum Number of Sales OrdersMaximum Number of Sales OrdersMaximum Number of Sales Orders You can specify the maximum number of orders in a condition record. For example, you offer your customers a special discount on a new product. You want the discount to count for the introductory order and for one refill order. The system keeps track of the number of orders the customer places and, after the maximum number is reached, automatically deactivates the condition record. After deactivation the condition type no longer appears on the pricing screen in the order. In addition, the system automatically stores statistical data for condition records where a maximum number of orders are specified. TTTT----CodeCodeCodeCode:::: VK11
  54. 54. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________54 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Here we use condition type ZDIS press enter Enter all necessary data and click on you will have following screen
  55. 55. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________55 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Here we enter Maximum Number of orders 2 Customer place for order for particular material system keep track for that order and when customer place order and reach maximum number of order than this condition is automatically deactivate. Note: You can only use one of the following at a time for condition type Maximum Condition Value Maximum Number of Orders Maximum Condition Base Value
  56. 56. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________56 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Define And Assign Pricing ProceduresDefine And Assign Pricing ProceduresDefine And Assign Pricing ProceduresDefine And Assign Pricing Procedures You define the pricing procedures in this step. In addition, you assign the pricing procedures to the transactions by defining the following dependencies: • Customer • Sales document type • Sales area In the pricing procedure, you define which condition types should be taken into account and in which sequence. During pricing, the SAP System automatically determines which pricing procedure is valid for a business transaction and it takes the condition types contained in it into account one after the other. The determination of the procedure depends on the following factors: • Customer determination procedure You specify the customer determination procedure in the customer master record for each sales area. • Document pricing procedure You specify the document pricing procedure for each sales document type and billing type. To determine the procedure, you allocate the customer determination procedure and the document pricing procedure to a pricing procedure within a sales area.
  57. 57. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________57 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in SAP RecommendationSAP RecommendationSAP RecommendationSAP Recommendation • Define your own pricing procedures which contain only those condition types which you use. Otherwise, the system makes unnecessary accesses to conditions. • Do not change the pricing procedures contained in the standard SAP R/3 System. ActionsActionsActionsActions 1. Create new pricing procedures by copying a similar pricing procedure. o Specify a key with up to 6 characters and a description. o For a procedure, specify the condition types in the sequence of their usage. Maintain the lines of the pricing procedure 2. Afterwards define the customer determination procedures for determining the procedure. 3. Define the document pricing procedures for determining the procedure. 4. Assign the procedure to the sales document types and billing types. 5. To determine the procedure, define the allowed combinations of: o Sales area o Customer determination procedure o Document pricing procedure o Pricing procedure
  58. 58. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________58 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Check settingsCheck settingsCheck settingsCheck settings You can check the settings for your pricing procedures. This is not a complete check. It mainly checks the requirements and calculation formulas for standard condition types. Refer to the report documentation for more information. IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Control Define And Assign Pricing Procedures Click on You will have following screen
  59. 59. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________59 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Maintain Pricing ProcedureMaintain Pricing ProcedureMaintain Pricing ProcedureMaintain Pricing Procedure TTTT----CodeCodeCodeCode V/08 Click on you will have following screen Click on you will have following screen Enter 1. up to six alphanumerical key
  60. 60. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________60 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in 2. Description for your pricing procedure. 3. Indicator whether your procedure is special pricing procedure e.g. inter-company or rebate pricing procedure. 4. Specifies how the system treats pricing data when copying documents. After entering data press enter select your pricing procedure and Click on you will have following screen Click on you will have following screen
  61. 61. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________61 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Here I show you one of my clients pricing procedure you can configure pricing procedure as per your requirement. You can read effect of each field of pricing procedure in Explain each field of SAP doc folder. Click on you will have change request screen click on you will back to above screen Click on you will have following screen
  62. 62. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________62 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Define Customer Pricing ProcedureDefine Customer Pricing ProcedureDefine Customer Pricing ProcedureDefine Customer Pricing Procedure Here you Determines which pricing procedure the system should apply when you create a sales document for the customer. UseUseUseUse You can define different pricing procedures for your system. A pricing procedure determines the type and sequence of conditions that the system uses for pricing in, for example, a sales order. IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Control Define And Assign Pricing Procedures Define Customer Pricing Procedure TTTT----Code:Code:Code:Code: OVKP Double click on you will have following screen
  63. 63. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________63 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following screen Enter one character key and its description as shown in above screen. Click on you will have change request screen click on you will back to above screen Note: Do not forgot to assign your customer pricing procedure to your customer master record
  64. 64. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________64 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in IN Customer Master –Sales Area Data- Sales View As seen in above screen you have to assign here Click on Define Document Pricing ProcedureDefine Document Pricing ProcedureDefine Document Pricing ProcedureDefine Document Pricing Procedure Here you define the key that specifies the pricing procedure for this type of sales document. UseUseUseUse During pricing, the system determines the pricing procedure by taking into account • The sales area • The pricing procedure key in the header of the sales document type • The pricing procedure key in the customer master record
  65. 65. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________65 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in The pricing procedure determines how the system carries out pricing for a particular sales document (for example, which pricing condition records it accesses and in which sequence). IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Control Define And Assign Pricing Procedures Define document Pricing Procedure TTTT----Code:Code:Code:Code: OVKI Double click on you will have following screen
  66. 66. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________66 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following screen Enter one character key and its description as shown in above screen. Click on you will have change request screen click on you will back to above screen Click on
  67. 67. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________67 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Assign Document Pricing Procedure to your Order TAssign Document Pricing Procedure to your Order TAssign Document Pricing Procedure to your Order TAssign Document Pricing Procedure to your Order Typeypeypeype Here you assign your Document Pricing Procedure to your Sales Document type IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Control Define And Assign Pricing Procedures Assign Document Pricing Procedure To Your Order Type. TTTT----Code:Code:Code:Code: OVKJ Double on you will have following screen As shown in above screen assign your document pricing procedure to your sales document type. Click on you will have change request screen click on you will back to above screen
  68. 68. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________68 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on Assign Document Pricing Procedure to Billing TypeAssign Document Pricing Procedure to Billing TypeAssign Document Pricing Procedure to Billing TypeAssign Document Pricing Procedure to Billing Type:::: In this step you assign you document pricing procedure to your billing type. IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Control Define And Assign Pricing Procedures Assign document pricing procedures to billing types. TTTT----Code:Code:Code:Code: OVTP Double click on you will have following screen
  69. 69. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________69 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in As shown in above screen assign your document pricing procedure to your billing type. Click on you will have change request screen click on you will back to above screen Click on Define Pricing Procedure DeterminationDefine Pricing Procedure DeterminationDefine Pricing Procedure DeterminationDefine Pricing Procedure Determination :::: To determine the procedure, define the allowed combinations of: o Sales area o Customer determination procedure o Document pricing procedure o Pricing procedure IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Control Define And Assign Pricing Procedures Define Pricing Procedure Determination TTTT----Code:Code:Code:Code: OVKK Double on you will have following screen
  70. 70. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________70 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following screen Enter you Sales Area, Document Pricing Procedure, Customer Pricing Procedure and Pricing Procedure as shown in above screen. Click on you will have change request screen click on you will back to above screen Click on
  71. 71. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________71 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Check Settings for Pricing ProceduresCheck Settings for Pricing ProceduresCheck Settings for Pricing ProceduresCheck Settings for Pricing Procedures:::: You can check the settings for your pricing procedures. This is not a complete check. It mainly checks the requirements and calculation formulas for standard condition types. Refer to the report documentation for more information. Double on you will have following screen Click on you will have following screen There is no errors found in customizing
  72. 72. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________72 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Define Pricing By Item CategoryDefine Pricing By Item CategoryDefine Pricing By Item CategoryDefine Pricing By Item Category You set the following defaults in this step: • Pricing for each item category Here, you define the item categories for which pricing should be carried out and whether the item value should be taken into account when determining the total value of a sales document. • Pricing data when copying (document flow) Via the document flow, you define how the SAP System should handle the automatically determined and manually entered conditions when copying sales documents and billing documents. For example, you can define that only manual conditions are copied from the reference document into the target document or that the SAP System carries out pricing again in the target document. Default settingsDefault settingsDefault settingsDefault settings In the standard SAP R/3 System, the condition type "VPRS" is predefined for determining the cost. ActionsActionsActionsActions 1. Define for each item category whether the SAP System should carry out pricing. In addition, define whether the item value is used for statistical purposes or whether it should be included in determining the total value. 2. Define the type of pricing for the item categories when copying sales documents and billing documents. The copying options allowed for the item categories are defaulted automatically.
  73. 73. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________73 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in You define the copying options when defining the sales document types (see the section "Transactions" --> "Define document flow for transactions"). IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Master Data Basic Functions Pricing Pricing Control Pricing Control Define Pricing By Item Category Click on you will have following screen
  74. 74. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________74 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Active PriActive PriActive PriActive Pricing for Item Categoriescing for Item Categoriescing for Item Categoriescing for Item Categories TTTT----Code:Code:Code:Code: OVK0 Double click on you will have following screen Here you can see your Item category is pricing relevant or not if not than must mark as pricing relevant. 1. Carry out pricing It indicates whether the system automatically carries out pricing at the item level. Example The system carries out pricing for standard items in a sales order. In the case of text items, however, pricing would not make sense.
  75. 75. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________75 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in 2. Statistical values It indicates whether the system takes the value of an item into account when it determines the total value of a document. After making setting do not forgot to save. Active Cost Determination for Item CategoriesActive Cost Determination for Item CategoriesActive Cost Determination for Item CategoriesActive Cost Determination for Item Categories Define for each item category whether the cost should be determined during pricing. Bear in mind that the pricing procedure has to contain a condition type (for example, condition type "VPRS") for determining the cost. Use:Use:Use:Use: When processing a sales document, the SAP System can determine the cost for each item. The cost refers to the costs of procurement or production of goods. It is an important indicator for costing a profit margin for the sales of goods.
  76. 76. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________76 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Double click on you will have following screen It indicates whether, during pricing, the system determines the cost (stock value) of a sales document item. If you want to determine cost for your item categories than tick mark it. Do not forget to save.
  77. 77. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________77 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in
  78. 78. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________78 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Maintain PriceMaintain PriceMaintain PriceMaintain Price----Relevant Master Data FieldsRelevant Master Data FieldsRelevant Master Data FieldsRelevant Master Data Fields:::: In this section you check and define the master data fields relevant to pricing in the customer and material master record. Among other things, you can use the following fields for pricing: • Price list type in the customer master record for each sales area • Price group in the customer master record for each sales area • Material pricing group in the material master record for each sales organization and distribution channel With these indicators, you can group customers or materials together for which the same conditions are to apply. Furthermore, you can make pricing dependent on all master data fields which are copied into the sales & distribution documents. For example, the following could be master data fields in the documents: • Customer number • Material number • Shipping conditions ActionsActionsActionsActions 1. Check whether the master data fields are used for pricing in your company, and if so in what form. 2. Define your price list types. Specify an alphanumeric key with up to 2 characters and a description. 3. Define your price groups. Specify an alphanumeric key with up to 2 characters and a description.
  79. 79. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________79 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in 4. Define your material pricing groups. Specify an alphanumeric key with up to 2 characters and a description. 5. Make sure that the indicators are entered in the customer master records and the material master records. Price list typePrice list typePrice list typePrice list type It identifies a price list or other condition type (for example, a surcharge or discount). UseUseUseUse You can define price list types according to the needs of your own organization. Price list types can be grouped according to: • the kind of price list (for example, wholesale or retail) • the currency in which the price appears • the number of the price list type You can use price list types to apply conditions during pricing or to generate statistics. ProcedureProcedureProcedureProcedure In the customer master record, enter one of the values predefined for your system. The system proposes the value automatically during sales
  80. 80. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________80 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in order processing. You can change the value manually in the sales document header. IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Maintain Price-Relevant Mater Data Fields Define price list categories for customers Click on you will have following screen Click on you will have following screen
  81. 81. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________81 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following screen Specify an alphanumeric key with up to 2 characters and a description Click on Click on you will have following screen Price group (customer)Price group (customer)Price group (customer)Price group (customer) It is a grouping of customers who share the same pricing requirements. UseUseUseUse You can define price groups according to the needs of your organization and create pricing records for each group. You can, for example, define a group of customers to whom you want to give the same kind of discount.
  82. 82. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________82 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in You can assign a price group to an individual customer either in the customer master record or in the sales document. ProcedureProcedureProcedureProcedure The system can propose the price group from the customer master record. You can change the proposed value manually in the sales document at both header and item level. IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Maintain Price-Relevant Mater Data Fields Define pricing groups for customers Click on you will have following screen
  83. 83. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________83 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following screen Specify an alphanumeric key with up to 2 characters and a description. Click on Click on you will have following screen Material Pricing GroMaterial Pricing GroMaterial Pricing GroMaterial Pricing Groupupupup A way of grouping materials to which you want to apply the same conditions. UseUseUseUse You can create condition records for a material pricing group using the following condition types: • Material pricing group (for example, all non-food products)
  84. 84. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________84 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in • A combination of customer and material pricing group • A combination of price group and material group (for example, all wholesale customers and all non-food products) IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Maintain Price-Relevant Mater Data Fields Define material groups Click on you will have following screen Click on you will have following screen
  85. 85. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________85 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on Click on you will have IMG screen
  86. 86. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________86 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Maintain Pricing ReportMaintain Pricing ReportMaintain Pricing ReportMaintain Pricing Report In this menu option, you define the screen layout for pricing reports. You use pricing reports to analyze condition records according to different criteria. Technically, pricing reports are ABAP/4 programs. NoteNoteNoteNote The standard SAP R/3 System contains predefined pricing reports which you can start using the application menu. ActionsActionsActionsActions 1. Display the pricing reports defined in the standard SAP R/3 System to check to what extent you can use them. 2. Create new pricing reports. To do this, proceed as follows: a) Enter a two-digit description (with a character as the first digit) and the title of the pricing report you want to create. b) All key fields which are used in conditions appear in alphabetical order on the following data screen. Select all key fields which should be used in the pricing report. If you choose Edit->Further processing with AND, all condition tables will be evaluated that contain at least one of the selected key fields. If you choose Edit->Further processing with OR, only the condition tables that contain all the selected key fields will c) be evaluated. Select all condition tables which should be analyzed in the next dialog box. d) Choose "Position fields" to define the screen layout of the pricing report. Make sure that all key fields from the selected tables appear on the following data screen. Fields which should not be used as selection criteria later on when displaying the list, can be suppressed by cancelling the check mark in the "Selection" column.
  87. 87. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________87 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in You can also indicate fields as obligatory on the selection screen. e) Click on you will have following screen IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Maintain Pricing Reports Click on you will have following screen
  88. 88. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________88 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Enter name and title for your pricing report Click on for selecting fields you will have following screen
  89. 89. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________89 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Select Sales Organization field and click on you will have following screen
  90. 90. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________90 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Select any one table for which you want to create pricing report click on you will have following screen
  91. 91. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________91 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Make tick mark for all check box in default values for the selection screen Click on you will have following pop-up
  92. 92. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________92 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following massage on status bar Click on you will have img screen
  93. 93. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________93 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Condition ExclusionCondition ExclusionCondition ExclusionCondition Exclusion In this step, you can set up exclusion procedures for groups of conditions and for individual condition types or records. Condition Exclusion For Groups Of ConditionsCondition Exclusion For Groups Of ConditionsCondition Exclusion For Groups Of ConditionsCondition Exclusion For Groups Of Conditions If several condition records are valid for pricing in a document item, you can define rules that specify which condition records are and are not included. You use condition exclusion for this purpose. You control condition record exclusion using exclusion groups. An exclusion group is a list of condition types which are compared with each other during pricing and result in the exclusion of an entire group or individual condition types within a group. Thus, the result of pricing can be influenced with regard to a required criterion (for example, best price) by excluding certain condition types while others are taken into account during pricing. ExampleExampleExampleExample You can define a condition exclusion which determines the best price for the customer and excludes other less favorable results of pricing. The best price then reverses the priority of condition types which would have been predefined by the access sequence. The tables for condition exclusion are empty when delivered. You therefore have to carry out the following steps if you want to use condition exclusion: • Define condition exclusion groups • Allocate condition types to the condition exclusion groups
  94. 94. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________94 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in • Enter condition exclusion groups in the pricing procedure and specify a procedure for determining the condition types to be excluded ActionsActionsActionsActions 1. Create a condition exclusion group by entering an alphanumeric key with a maximum of four characters and a description. 2. Allocate the condition types to a condition exclusion group. A condition exclusion group can contain any number of condition types. 3. Enter the condition exclusion group in the pricing procedure that you use in pricing (Go to -> Exclusion groups ). Note the sequence (sequential number) in which the exclusion groups should be processed. You can use two exclusion groups for condition exclusion. In this case, you must choose the procedure "C" which determines the best price between two exclusion groups. Click on you will have following screen
  95. 95. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________95 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Define Condition Exclusion GroupsDefine Condition Exclusion GroupsDefine Condition Exclusion GroupsDefine Condition Exclusion Groups IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Condition Exclusion Condition Exclusion for Group of Conditions Define Condition Exclusion Groups TTTT----Code:Code:Code:Code: OV31 Click on you will have following screen Click on you will have following screen
  96. 96. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________96 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Create a condition exclusion group by entering an alphanumeric key with a maximum of four characters and a description. Click on you will have change request pop-up screen click on you will back to above screen Click on you will have following screen
  97. 97. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________97 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Assign condition types to the exclusion groupsAssign condition types to the exclusion groupsAssign condition types to the exclusion groupsAssign condition types to the exclusion groups IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Condition Exclusion Condition Exclusion for Group of Conditions Assign condition types to the exclusion groups TTTT----Code:Code:Code:Code: OV32 Click on you will have following screen
  98. 98. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________98 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following screen Enter your exclusion group and assign your Discount condition type press enter. Click on you will have change request pop-up screen click on you will back to above screen Click on you will have following screen
  99. 99. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________99 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Maintain condition exclusion for pricing proceduresMaintain condition exclusion for pricing proceduresMaintain condition exclusion for pricing proceduresMaintain condition exclusion for pricing procedures IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Condition Exclusion Condition Exclusion for Group of Conditions Maintain condition exclusion for pricing procedure TTTT----Code:Code:Code:Code: VOK8 Click on you will have following screen
  100. 100. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________100 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Select you pricing procedure as shown in above screen click on you will have following screen Click on you will have following screen
  101. 101. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________101 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Here you maintain that, the procedure according to which the selection is carried out within or between the condition exclusion groups is defined in the pricing procedure. The following options are possible: • Selection of the most (least) favorable condition type within a condition exclusion group • Selection of the most (least) favorable condition record of a condition type, if more valid condition records exist (for example, selection from different condition records of the condition type PR00) • Selection of the most (least) favorable of two condition exclusion groups (in this case, all condition types of the two groups are cumulated and the totals are compared) • Exclusion procedure: If a condition type in the first group exists in the document, all condition types in the second group are set to inactive. Enter all relevant data as shown in above screen Click on you will have change request pop-up screen click on you will back to above screen Click on you will have IMG screen
  102. 102. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________102 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Condition ExclusionCondition ExclusionCondition ExclusionCondition Exclusion forforforfor Condition TypesCondition TypesCondition TypesCondition Types andandandand RecordsRecordsRecordsRecords In this step, you define a condition exclusion indicator. You can set this indicator in a condition record or condition type. The indicator is set in the document during pricing and can then be used to query requirements. Requirements are maintained in the pricing procedure and allow you to specify if a condition is to be used in certain situations. ExampleExampleExampleExample When the system determines a very low price, you want to void all other discounts. Proceed as follows: • Mark a condition type or an individual record in the condition type with a condition exclusion indicator, for example with 'X' for net price. • For all discounts which you want to void when this net price is used, enter a routine for the pricing procedure in the requirements column. This routine reads the indicator and sets the condition to inactive when it is set to 'X'. The standard system includes requirement 2 which has a similar function.
  103. 103. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________103 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following screen Enter one character alphanumerical key and its description as shown in above screen It indicates whether the system automatically excludes the discounts that are proposed during pricing. UseUseUseUse You can set this indicator in two ways: • For a particular condition record (the field appears on the Details screen)
  104. 104. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________104 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in • For all records of a particular condition type (the field appears on the screen where you define the condition type) NoteNoteNoteNote If you set the indicator to exclude conditions, there are several things to consider: • The system will still take into account any condition supplements that are part of the condition record for the price (condition type PR00, for example) • You can allow for exceptions where you want to include discounts in spite of the condition exclusion indicator (for a particular discount condition you can specify a requirement that applies the discount ONLY when the indicator is set) Click on you will have change request pop-up screen click on you will back to above screen Click on you will have IMG screen
  105. 105. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________105 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Pricing AgreementsPricing AgreementsPricing AgreementsPricing Agreements You can group condition records together using agreements for the purpose of sales deals - comparable to rebate agreements. You can define agreement types for promotions and sales deals and specify different condition types and condition tables. Define PromotionsDefine PromotionsDefine PromotionsDefine Promotions A promotion is a marketing plan for a certain product line (for example, during the market launch). A promotion can be made up of several sales deals. In Customizing, you have the following options for controlling promotions: • Define promotion type • Set up number ranges for promotions, if necessary The same number range is used for promotions as in rebate processing. If you want to use separate number ranges, make the appropriate setting. • Enter the overview screen displayed for the user to create master data NoteNoteNoteNote The same authorization object is used for promotions as for rebate processing (V_KONA_VKO). ActionsActionsActionsActions 1. Enter a numeric key with a maximum of four digits and a description for the promotion type.
  106. 106. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________106 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in 2. On the detail screen, specify control data, such as: o Agreement category "P" for promotion o Validity period proposed as a default value o Overview screen 3. If necessary, create new number ranges (internal or external). TransportTransportTransportTransport You transport number range objects as follows: Choose Interval -> Transport in the accounting document Number Range screen. All intervals for the selected number range object are deleted in the target system first. After the import, only the intervals you export are present. The number statuses are imported with their values at the time of export. Dependent tables are not transported or converted. Click on you will have following screen
  107. 107. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________107 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Maintain Promotion TypeMaintain Promotion TypeMaintain Promotion TypeMaintain Promotion Type IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Agreement Define Promotion Type Maintain Promotion Types Click on you will have following screen
  108. 108. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________108 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in We copy from the standard click on you will have following screen
  109. 109. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________109 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Enter four character alphanumerical key for your and its description for your promotion type Press enter and Click on you will have change request Pop-Up screen click on you will have following screen Click on you will have IMG screen
  110. 110. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________110 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on for number ranges for agreements Set up Sales DealsSet up Sales DealsSet up Sales DealsSet up Sales Deals In this unit, make the necessary settings for sales promotions. DefiDefiDefiDefine Sales Dealsne Sales Dealsne Sales Dealsne Sales Deals A sales deal defines a marketing deal for a certain product. Depending on the setting, it can be allocated to a higher-level promotion. Special condition records can be allocated to a sales deal. If relevant, the records also contain the number of the promotion allocated to the sales deal. The control of sales deals includes the following options in Customizing: • Define agreement types for sales deals The agreement type indicates the type of the sales deal, for example, whether it refers to a product or product line. The standard system contains sales deal type 0020. • Define and allocate condition type groups A condition type group defines a group of condition types and condition tables which can be used together in the sales deal. Using the condition type group, it is possible to deal with individual products differently in a sales deal and, for example, to grant discounts specific to a customer or material. ActionsActionsActionsActions Proceed as follows to define your own sales deals:
  111. 111. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________111 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in 1. Create an agreement type by specifying a numeric key with a maximum of four digits and a description for the agreement type. 2. Specify the different control data on the detail screen of the agreement type (for example, validity period as default value, overview screen). In the agreement hierarchy, specify whether an allocation to a promotion may, can or must be made. 3. 4. Note 5. Further down in the Pricing chapter in Overviews you can also select a certain overview for sales deals as the default screen for maintenance of master data. For example, you can define an overview that should only be displayed for maintaining payment conditions for certain condition records. IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Agreement Set up Sales Deal Define Sales Deals Click on you will have following screen
  112. 112. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________112 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following screen Select 0020 and click on you will have following screen
  113. 113. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________113 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Enter four character alphanumerical key and its description and Press Enter and Click on you will have change request Pop-Up screen click on you will have following screen Click on you will have following screen
  114. 114. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________114 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on if you want to create number rages for agreements Condition Type GroupsCondition Type GroupsCondition Type GroupsCondition Type Groups In this IMG activity you define condition type groups which contain a group of condition types and tables and which you can assign to an agreement type. Define Condition Type GroupsDefine Condition Type GroupsDefine Condition Type GroupsDefine Condition Type Groups In this IMG activity you define condition type groups which determine a group of condition types and tables for a sales deal. ActivitiesActivitiesActivitiesActivities 1. First check whether you can copy the condition type groups from the standard release. If not, proceed as follows: 2. Enter a key with the maximum of four digits as well as a description for the condition type group. IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Agreement Set up Sales Deal Condition Type Group Define Condition Type Groups
  115. 115. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________115 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following screen Click on you will have following screen
  116. 116. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________116 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Enter four character alphanumerical key and description for your condition type group. Here you mention category type for condition whether it is sales deal or rebate. Click on you will have change request Pop-Up screen click on you will have following screen Click on you will have IMG screen Assign Condition Types/Tables to Condition type GroupsAssign Condition Types/Tables to Condition type GroupsAssign Condition Types/Tables to Condition type GroupsAssign Condition Types/Tables to Condition type Groups In this IMG activity you carry out mapping from condition types and condition tables to condition type groups. ActivitiesActivitiesActivitiesActivities 1. Enter the key for the condition type group. 2. Enter a sequential number in numerators for the conditions. 3. Assign a condition type as well as a condition table to the condition type group. IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Agreement Set up Sales Deal Condition Type Group Assign Condition Types/Tables to Condition type Groups
  117. 117. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________117 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following screen
  118. 118. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________118 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following screen Assign your condition type/table to your condition type group press enter Click on you will have change request Pop-Up screen click on you will have following screen Click on you will have IMG screen Assign Condition Type Groups/Sales DealsAssign Condition Type Groups/Sales DealsAssign Condition Type Groups/Sales DealsAssign Condition Type Groups/Sales Deals In this IMG activity you can carry out mapping between agreement type and condition type groups. ActivitiesActivitiesActivitiesActivities Assign a condition type group to the agreement type by entering a four digit key from the corresponding group. IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH:IMG PATH: Sales and Distribution Basic Function Pricing Pricing Agreement Set up Sales Deal Condition Type Group Assign Condition Type Groups/Sales Deals
  119. 119. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________119 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Click on you will have following screen
  120. 120. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________120 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Assign your condition type group to your promotion type as shown above screen press enter Click on you will have change request Pop-Up screen click on you will have following screen Click on you will have IMG screen
  121. 121. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________121 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in Question & AnswerQuestion & AnswerQuestion & AnswerQuestion & Answer 1.1.1.1. Could you explain what condition technique in SAP is? i. Hierarchy of elements defining a data combination which leads to certain actions. ii. In pricing the condition technique refers to the method by which the system determines prices from information stored in condition records. In Sales and Distribution, the various elements used in the condition technique are set up and controlled in Customizing. During sales order processing, the system uses the condition technique to determine a variety of important pricing information. 2.2.2.2. Name three areas/processes which use condition technique in SD? i. Material determination, Output determination, Account determination. 3.3.3.3. What are the four basic elements of condition technique? i. Condition Types, Condition Tables, Access Sequences, Pricing Procedures. 4.4.4.4. Please explain graphically the relationship between the four basic elements in condition techniques? i. Procedures à Condition Types à Access Sequence à Condition Tables à Condition Records. 5.5.5.5. Explain what a pricing procedure is? i. The primary job of a pricing procedure is to define a group of condition types in a particular sequence. The pricing procedure also determines: - Which sub-totals appear during pricing - To what extent pricing can be influenced manually - Which method the system uses to calculate percentage discounts and surcharges
  122. 122. Pricing & Condition ________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________122 ketan_k202@yahoo.co.in - which requirements for a particular condition type must be fulfilled before the system takes the condition into account. 6.6.6.6. Explain what a condition table and an access sequence is and the relationship between them? i. A condition table defines the combination of fields (the key) that identifies an individual condition record. A condition record is how the system stores the specific condition data that you enter in the system as condition records. For example, when you enter the price for a product or a special discount for a good customer, you create individual condition records. ii. An access sequence is a search strategy that the system uses to find valid data for a particular condition type. It determines the sequence in which the system searches for data. The access sequence consists of one or more accesses. The sequence of the accesses establishes which condition records have priority over others. The accesses tell the system where to look first, second, and so on, until it finds a valid condition record. You specify an access sequence for each condition type for which you create condition records. 7.7.7.7. What is a condition type? What are the two main groups of condition types? i. A condition type is a representation in the system of some aspect of your daily pricing activities. For example, you can define a different condition type for each kind of price, discount, or surcharge that occurs in your business transactions. ii. Fixed Amount & Percentage. 8.8.8.8. Is SD the only module that uses condition technique? i. No.

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