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3391465 - Header condition's adoption to PO results multiplying such condition and its amount to each item


You have a reference document (other PO, RFQ, Scheduling Agreement, Contract) in which you maintained a header condition, for example HB00 condition type. That then saved as a header condition for such document.

When you create a purchase order (PO) referring to any of these documents, then you might notice that such HB00 condition type not just appears at the header of the PO, but appears at each item.
And you might notice that at each item the HB00 appears with exact same amount as in the reference document. So if for example you have 3 items in the new PO, and HB00's amount is 100EUR then you see that at each PO item (3*100) contrary to the PO/RFQ/SA/Contract where you just see it once at header.

In certain system version you might notice that not such multiplying of such condition type happens at item level but proportionally distribution to each item.



Materials Management (MM)

  • SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP
  • SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP, version for SAP HANA


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


KPOSN pricing_complete pricing header item distribution  , KBA , MM-PUR-GF-PR , Price Determination , MM-PUR-PO , Purchase Orders , Problem

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