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Re: Advanced Pricing Fun & Games

elwyn

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Re: Advanced Pricing Fun & Games

When a sales line has an adjustment, SO09 on the F4211 is updated with a 1
and the list price is updated.
There are 2 pricing UBE's. R42950 repriced the lines with the latest adv
pricing set up, eliminating any manual adjustments along the way. R42750
reprices the order. This takes all the relevant lines and adds a new line
to the order. You can use this functionality for example for freight. It
will also do basket repricing.
If you are running the R42750 or R42950, why do you need to create a F4074
record in the first place. if you switch off advance pricing, then those
users where the F4009 is set to No will not be able to see any adjustments.
Therefore they will see incorrect prices in Check Price & Availability.
----- Original Message -----
From: "James Halligan" <James_Halligan@srl.ie>
To: <jdelistml@jdelist.com>; <jdeowdevml@jdelist.com>;
<jdelistml@jdelist.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 10, 2001 8:26 PM
Subject: Advanced Pricing Fun & Games


> Anybody familiar with the repricing UBE R42750, the file F4074 Adjustments
> and the flags set on F4211 re advanced pricing may be able to help me.
>
> What follows is a detailed explanation of our situation which is
summarised
> by the following questions
>
> What updates take place on F4201 and F4201 to tell you a order has adv
> pricing adjustments ?
> What updates take place when you use R42750 , the repricing UBE ?
> What are the implications in using the form exit "Check Price" in P4210 (I
> have had mixed results!!)
>
> Using advanced pricing with P4210 Sales Order Entry has proven too
> cumbersome for the everyday users (too slow basically). We have switched
it
> off for the sales order entry clerks by setting up an OCM mapping for
these
> users where the constant on F4009 has advanced pricing switched off.
>
> When we enter orders in this manner, the adjustment schedule is missing,
but
> a entry per sales order entry line is created in F4074
>
> Overnight , I run a UBE to assign the adjustment schedule
> When I run the re-pricing UBE , it creates the additional adj lines in
F4074
> and updates price adj indicator on F4211 with a 1 or 2 depending on the
type
> of adjustment
>
> Can anyone see a flaw in the plan ?
>
> I have seen values of '8' in the field price adj indicator & I am bit
> worried about the "Check Price" functionality on P4210.
>
> The repricing UBE R42750 also seems to give me spurious messages.
> If re- pricing has already been priced correctly, an error appears on the
> report (telling me to check the work center - no messages of course)
> Anybody have experiences with this UBE (good or bad)
>
> regards
>
> James
>
>
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