Re: [sap-log-sd] Condition Type Upper and Lower Limits

Reply from jim-wolfe on Jan 18 at 1:21 PM
So I think that the only way to check for a non-zero value is via the incompletion procedure for CEPOK or PRSOK. Doing it based on a value field, e.g. one of the subtotal fields, in the incompletion procedure won't work because not all items with the item category will have this value.

Good Collaboration!

---------------Original Message---------------
From: Typewriter
Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 1:07 PM
Subject: Condition Type Upper and Lower Limits

Hi Jim,

In my previous test, I had not tested the question you have asked. But after you have posed this question I did test it. Yes you are correct!

If K004 is activated for "Required" in the pricing procedure.
Case 1 -
If K004 is in the sales order, with value ZERO or NON-ZERO, then there is NO error given by the system.

Case 2 -
- If user deletes K004 from the sales order, Tab Conditions. Then system gives an error.
- Or if a valid condition record for K004 is not found and sales order does NOT have K004, then system gives an error.

Pricing error: Mandatory condition K004 is missing
Message no. V1801


As I mentioned in my previous post -
In V/08, in my pricing procedure, All three fields - Mandatory, Required and Statistics - are de-activated (i.e. kept blank).

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