Re: [sap-log-sd] What is 'release status' in pricing table eg. table 304?

Reply from hovering_yogi on Jan 1 at 9:17 AM
The pricing date gives you that control already.

The release status (as far as I understand it at least) is to allow prices
to be entered in to the system and then used by certain reports for
simulation purposes. When the business team responsible for the proposed
changes are happy with their simulation runs then they can release the
changes and then the records will be picked up with the appropriate pricing
date as before.

I have yet to actually see a site actively using this functionality however
so most bespoke accesses will not include the release option.


---------------Original Message---------------
From: saps
Sent: Saturday, December 31, 2011 9:20 PM
Subject: What is 'release status' in pricing table eg. table 304?

Hi Mr.Adriano,

Let us take an example here. Let us consider that the price for a product A is EUR 10 now. We have monthly price fluctuations and if suppose today is the last working day of the month and you have decided that from the next working day, which is the start of the month, the price should be EUR 11. So, we set the price on 30th itself and 'lock' the status of the price today, so that it gets 'released' tomorrow and the price EUR 11 does not reflect on 30th, but only on 1st.

The release status was an added feature. Prior to this, we had Access sequence PR00 with no release status. The latest pricing procedure has acc. seq. PR02, which has a release status.

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