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2523561 - LIV: Posting logic for price tolerance limit (PP)

Symptom

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


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Environment

  • 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

Product

SAP ERP Central Component all versions ; SAP ERP all versions ; SAP S/4HANA all versions ; SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP all versions ; SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP, version for SAP HANA all versions

Keywords

transaction type, subsequent debit, subsequent credit, credit memo, invoice, miro, m8082, m8083, m8 082, m8 083, price too high, omr6, pp, tolerance limit , KBA , miro , subsequent debit , m8 082 , subsequent credit , m8 083 , omr6 , price variance , m8082 , m8083 , mir7 , MM-IV-LIV , Logistics Invoice Verification , How To

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