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Pricing Configuration: Steps

By admin on April 16th, 2013 in Configuration, SD | Leave a Comment

This page goes into detail on pricing configuration. If you would like an introduction to pricing configuration and it’s terminology, see the pricing configuration: overview page. Scenario: The client has a new customer which receives a 5% discount on all purchases. We will therefore set up a percentage (%) discount condition. (Note: There are existing conditions in the system for this scenario, however for learning purposes, we will go ahead and create our own.)

Step 1: Create condition tables
IMG Path: SPRO | Sales and Distribution | Basic Functions | Pricing | Pricing Control | Define Condition Table | Create condition tables

Transaction Code:

V/03

1.

Go to the transaction above

It should look like this: 4. Select Sales Org. A list of fields from the field catalog will be displayed. Material and Sold-to Party.2. Select Generate (red/white button) and save Result: The condition table is created (mine was created as table 502). These are a list of all the fields that you can choose (without any customization) 3. Hit enter. Step 2: Create Access Sequences .

Go to the transaction above scenario. It is standard practice to create new items by copying existing ones. It should look like the following: 8. and 502 as the condition table. Enter 5. Hit Enter. and save. 7. Select the ‘exclusive’ indicators. Hit enter 4. You will notice that a condition table already exists. 5. 2. Hit back.IMG Path: SPRO | Sales and Distribution | Basic Functions | Pricing | Pricing Control | Define Access Sequences | Maintain Access Sequences Transaction Code: V/07 1. before a table with only material. Hit the ‘New Entries’ button 6. and rename it to Material/Customer. Highlight K004 and select the copy icon. as it makes sense to search a table with material and customer. Ideally we would want our condition table to occur before the existing one. Highlight Z001 and select ‘Accesses’ on the left. I will copy access sequence K004 as it is similar to our 3. . Rename your Access Sequence to Z001.

create a new condition type by copying an existing one. it will move on to condition table 4. If nothing is found. Enter your condition type ID and name. Change the access sequence to the one created earlier (Z001) .Result: Access Sequence Z001 is now created. Mine will be called ZDIS – % Discount 4. Step 3: Create Condition Type IMG Path: SPRO | Sales and Distribution | Basic Functions | Pricing | Pricing Control | Define Condition Types | Maintain Condition Types Transaction Code: V/06 1. so 3. Similar to creating access sequences. Go to the transaction above we will copy that. The system will now first search in condition table 502. K004 is similar to our purposes. Begin by highlighting the K004 condition type and hit the copy icon 2.

Result: Condition Type ZDIS has been created and linked to access sequence Z001 Step 4: Create Pricing Procedure IMG Path: SPRO | Sales and Distribution | Basic Functions | Pricing | Pricing Control | Define and Assign Pricing Procedures | Maintain Pricing Procedures . we will save them for another time. For our purposes though. This will ensure that it is percentage based. Hit Save.5. Change the Calculation Type to ‘A’. There are many more options to explore on this screen. 6.

Since this is a discount condition. . create a new pricing procedure by copying an existing one.Transaction Code: V/08 1. and Condition Type to ZDIS. As with other configuration steps. Highlight any other discount line and select the copy icon 5. Highlight the line and select ‘Control data’ on the left panel 4. Change the step to 150.e. before the ‘Discount Amount’ subtotal). I will copy RVAA01 and call it 3. 2. it should be placed in the same area as other discount conditions (i. Go to the transaction above ZVAA01.

IMG Path: SPRO | Sales and Distribution | Basic Functions | Pricing | Pricing Control | Define and Assign Pricing Procedures | Pricing Procedure Determination Transaction Code: OVKK 1.6. document pricing procedure and customer pricing . Step 5: Set up Pricing Procedure Determination The final step to the configuration process is to set up the pricing procedure determination. Go to the transaction above procedure. Create a new entry and add the pricing procedure (ZVAA01) to your sales area. This ensures that the sales order will use our new pricing procedure. It should look as follows 2. Hit enter and Save Result: Pricing Procedure ZVAA01 has been set up.

. When your sales order is created now for that sales area.: Pricing Procedure determination has been setup. it will use the newly defined pricing procedure.