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B4210440 Get Price History Data - Pricing Category Level Flag ?

coolkl

Active Member
Hello Group,

Thanks for reading. Appreciate your reply. Issue below is related to Advanced Pricing BSFN. I have used it in our customization to retrieve Adjustments in P421002. This BSFN is found in P4074 application. I have issue at one point. We are on E1. 9.2

Requirement: I use B4210440 Get Price History Data in our customization in P551002/ (P421002) to read Price History Cache. This BSFN retrieves a flag Pricing Category Level with values "1" & "3". Can you help me understand, from where does BSFN get "1" or "3". I searched the C code and it gets it from as below. But still not clear which table or set up or logic??
idReturn = GetSalesOrderLineBusinessData(lpBhvrCom, lpVoid,
(LPCALLMAP *)NULL,
(int *)NULL,
(PJDELIST *)NULL,
(LPVOID)&dsLineBusData,
_J("D4210440B"),
lpDS->szSessionKey,
&lpDS->mnLineKey,
&lpLineData)

Does Pricing Category Level flag have any relation to Foreign order ?

Does Pricing Category Level flag value changes during order entry ?

BackGround: The same BSFN is used by P4074 Price History Application. Based on this flag the discounts are displayed on P4074 screen.

References:

1. Check the screen dump attached


2. P4074 W4074D - The AdjRevLevel is set as below
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EVENT: Post Dialog is Initialized
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frm_szCurrentValue_CLVL = FI szPricingCategoryLevel1
0022 String, Convert String To Numeric
VA frm_szCurrentValue_CLVL -> BF szGenericString
VA frm_mnAdjRevLevel_AREV <- BF mnNumericValue
 

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johndanter

Legendary Poster
Taking a quick look for you, it appears to be coming off the F4211 itself.

It is used in these DSTRs too mind

DSTRs:
D4210440B = GetSalesOrderLineBusinessData
D4210440J = GetPriceHistoryData
D4210440K = ProcessLinePriceHistory
D4210440L = GetCrossReferenceItemData
D4210440M = ProcessCrossReferenceItems


So if that's true, question is where is the F4211 getting it from?

Do a find in files for both CLVL and szPricingCategoryLevel to see what you spot. Or debug your F4211 entry
 
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