Pricing and Conditions in SAP SD Module | PDF tutorial

The term pricing is used broadly to describe the calculation of prices (for external use by customers or vendors) and costs (for internal purposes, such as cost accounting). Conditions represent a set of circumstances that apply when a rice is calculated. For example, a particular customer orders a certain quantity of a particular product on a certain day. The variable factors here – the customer, the product, the order quantity, the date – determine the final price the customer gets. The information about each of these factors can be stored in the system as master data. This master data is stored in the form of condition records.

Contents
Pricing and Conditions (SD-BF-PR) ……………………… 7
Pricing and Conditions……………………………..8
Introduction to the Condition Technique…..10
Condition Types …………………………………..11
Condition Tables ………………………………….13
Access Sequences……………………………….17
Pricing Procedures……………………………….19
How Condition Technique Elements Work Together……………………20
Pricing in Sales Documents……………………..21
Pricing Elements in Sales Order Processing ……………………..22
Prices …………………………………………….24
Surcharges and discounts …………………26
Freight Charges ………………………………28
Sales Taxes ……………………………………29
Prerequisites for Automatic Pricing………….30
Pricing Screens in Sales Documents……….31
Header and Item Conditions …………………..33
Manual Pricing……………………………………..34
Distribution Between Header and Items …..36
Implementing a New Pricing Procedure……38
Pricing Analysis……………………………………39
Condition Records ………………………………….40
Condition Maintenance ………………………….41
Maintaining Condition Records…………..43
Customer-Specific Enhancements ……..48
Maintaining with Selection Using the Condition Type………………….50
Dynamic Field Check …………………………….52
Release Procedures……………………………..53
Validity Periods ……………………………………56
Table Displays……………………………………..58
Long Texts in Conditions……………………….59
Pricing Scales………………………………………60
Pricing with Graduated Scales……………62
Condition Supplements ………………………….64
Condition Exclusion………………………………66
Upper and Lower Limits …………………………67
Reference Conditions……………………………68
Changing Condition Records ………………….69
Change Documents for Condition Records 71
Copying Condition Records ……………………73
Copying Condition Records ……………….75
Selecting From Alternative Copying Rules ………………………….76
Deleting a Condition Record …………………..77
Condition Index ……………………………………78
Special Condition Record Functions………..80
Terms of Payment……………………………81

Tracking Cumulative Values With Condition Update…82
Maximum Values …………………………………………………83
Maximum Quantities …………………………………………….84
Maximum Number of Sales Orders ………………………..85
Special Pricing Functions ……………………………………………86
Promotional Pricing Agreements ………………………………..87
Creating Promotions and Sales Deals…………………….89
Creating Condition Records Within a Sales Deal ……..90
Release Status……………………………………………………91
Budget Assignment……………………………………………..93
Budget Assignment in SD…………………………………94
Using Variable Views of Condition Record Data ………96
Selecting Variable Views of Condition Records …..97
Customer Expected Price ………………………………………….98
Entering Customer Expected Price in the Sales Order ……………………….100
Processing Lists of Orders With Price Discrepancies ………………………………101
Cost ……….102
Gross Prices………………………………………………………….103
Condition Exclusion………………………………………………..105
Variant Conditions………………………………………………….108
Minimum Order Value ……………………………………………..109
Sales Order Costing in Pricing………………………………….110
Duplicating Conditions …………………………………………….112
Cumulating Conditions …………………………………………….113
Group Conditions …………………………………………………..114
Pallet Discounts …………………………………………………….116
Hierarchical Accesses…………………………………………….120
Data Determination in the Access……………………………..122
Data Determination using a Communication Structure …………………………124
Data Determination using Routines ………………………126
Data Determination for Sales Deals ……………………..128
Price Book………………………………………………………..130
Condition Interchange ……………………………………………..132
Idocs and Condition Technology…………………………..133
Outbound Processing …………………………………….135
Inbound Processing……………………………………….138
Distribution Scenarios …………………………………………140
Customizing ……………………………………………………..141
Customer Exits………………………………………………….142
Serialization………………………………………………………143
Pricing Information and Analysis ……………………………….144
Pricing Analysis……………………………………………………..145
Pricing Reports………………………………………………………146
Creating Pricing Reports……………………………………..147
Running a Pricing Report…………………………………….149
Net Price Lists …………………….151

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