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

Question from LaurieCrow on Jan 16 at 2:24 PM
I have a condition type that is set to Condition Class A-Discount or surcharge, Calculation Type B-Fixed amount and is Negative only. It has an access sequence so that I can create condition records for select materials at $0.00. This restricts the condition type to appear only on the selected materials and allows the dollar value to be entered manually during order entry, which is our business requirement.

I want to make it required that a value "greater than zero" be entered for this condition type but only if this condition type appears via the existing condition record. I have been unsuccessful using pricing procedure manual/required settings and also with condition type changesmanual entries settings.

So, I was hoping to use the condition upper and lower limits. However, I am having difficulty getting those settings set correctly because my values are all negative. I know that I have to stay on the same side of zero, but nothing I have tried is working. Lower Limit won't let me enter a positive nuber. Upper limit of $0.01 tells me that my condition record rate of $0.00 is no longer valid and automatically enters a value of -999999,999.00 in the Lower Limit field.

Can anyone help me with this? Or is there another way to accomplish my goal?
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