Price Book 

Use

The term ‘Price Book’ is used to describe a pricing determination strategy:

Material prices form the basis of the price book.

These prices are first determined via customer-specific data and then adapted according to special agreements determined via material-specific data.

Pricing procedure RVAA02 is provided in the standard system as an example.

This pricing procedure is described below. Make sure that you are familiar with the different types of data determination, as described in the previous units, before reading this example.

 

Example of a Price Book (Pricing Procedure RVAA02)

You want to grant special prices to customers in a certain customer group. You want special, material-dependent agreements (e.g. fixed scale quantities) to be applied to these prices during pricing, however.

You arrange this via data determination in two stages:

 

Data determination in two stages:

condition type

Name

Function

Data determination technique

PBU

Price book determination

Determination of a sales deal number (depends on customer data)

Data determination with condition class H for sales deals (see the unit on data determination for sales deals)

PBUD

Price book basis

Determination of the following data (material-dependent) for the sales deal number determined.

Pricing date

Scale quantity

Item price list

The sales deal is in the access key

The data determined have processing type C (data determination fields) in the access (see the unit on data determination with routines).

 

 

The special agreements determined are used in pricing for the following condition.

 

 

Data application:

condition type

Name

Function

Data transfer

PBBS

Base price

Use of the data determined:

Pricing date

 

Scale quantity

 

 

 

Item price list

 

 

Requirement 202 in the pricing procedure

Scale basis formula 202 in the condition type

(see the unit on data determination with routines)

 

Communication structure KOMPAZD

(see the unit on data determination with a communication structure)

PBUP

Gross price

You can use condition PBUP to make a percentage calculation for the preceding condition

Basis formula 202 in the pricing procedure