Price tolerance limit is defined in transaction code OMR6 with tolerance key PP and set with a defined tolerance check for upper limit. During invoice processing, it is noticed that, when an invoice/subsequent debit is posted, system will issue the tolerance check and issue one of the corresponding messages:
M8 082 - Price too high (tolerance limit of & & exceeded) -> amount check
M8 083 - Price too high (tolerance limit of & % exceeded) -> percentage check
As a result, if message is a warning, the document will get blocked when posted.
However, if a credit memo/subsequent credit is posted, the tolerance limit does not get carried out for the price variance.
From a business perspective, the following is expected:
-Subsequent Debits and Credits should not get affected by the price tolerance check
-Credit memos should be checked and blocked by the tolerance check
- Materials Management (MM)
- SAP ERP Central Component
- SAP ERP
- SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP
- SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP, version for SAP HANA
- SAP S/4HANA
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