What is PB00?

Question: Q: What is PB00?

Thanks

Answer:
It is a condition type with the condition
category H (Basic price). It must always exist in the calculation schema.
Exception: Stock transfers.

Cheers,
JP

Answer:
Thanx..Where can I find more text about it to
read in detail?

Answer:
You can assign a
condition category to a condition type. The condition category has various
control functions. For example, condition category U (for precious metal
discounts and surcharges) causes a new price determination process to be carried
out at the time of goods receipt, and condition category E (for cash discount)
causes the discount to be derived from the terms of payment.

The
following condition categories are relevant to Purchasing:

Cat.

Description
Assigned to the following condition type in the standard
system:
Further information

H
Base price
PB00
A
condition type with the condition category H must always exist in the
calculation schema. Exception: Stock transfers.

If an access sequence is
assigned to the condition type, you must assign a supplementary calculation
schema to the condition type. Otherwise, the system is not able to calculate a
net or effective price.

If you manually enter a price in the purchasing
document, it is inserted into the condition type.

B
Delivery costs

FRA1
If you use this condition category, you can enter separate invoices
for material costs and delivery costs (e.g. freight charges).

You must
flag the condition type as “provision-relevant”.

You must assign a
transaction/event key in the schema (for account determination purposes).

N
Non-deductible input tax
NAVS
Depending on the tax code in
the PO item and the tax calculation schema, the system calculates the
non-deductible tax portion and inserts it in the condition type with the
category N.

The condition type has the calculation rule “absolute
amount”.

Normally, the access sequence that regulates tax code
determination is assigned to the condition type.

d
Vendor’s
confirmed price
EDI1, EDI2
If the vendor confirms a price via EDI, the
system inserts the price in the condition type with category d.

E

Cash discount
SKTO
The system derives a percentage from the terms of
payment and inserts it in the condition type with the category E.

The
condition type is included in the calculation on a statistical basis only.

U
Precious metal discount/surcharge
GAU1, GAU2
See Daily
Ruling Prices for Precious Metals

G
Moving average price
P101

The system inserts the moving average price/valuation price of the material
in the condition type with category G. This makes sense if no purchase price
exists (e.g. in the case of stock transfers).

J
Sales price excl.
taxes (only for Retail)
MVK2 (prior to Release 4.5A, MVK1)
The system
inserts the currently valid sales price (excluding tax) for the ordering store
in the condition type with category J. If sales price valuation is active in the
valuation area of the store, the condition type should exist in the calculation
schema used for determining the purchase price.

W
Sales price incl.
taxes (only for Retail)
MVK0
The system inserts the currently valid
sales price (including tax) for the ordering store in the condition type with
category W. If sales price valuation is active in the valuation area of the
store, the condition type should exist in the calculation schema used for
determining the purchase price.

Condition Types in the
Standard System

The condition types supplied include the following:

Condition type
Condition class
Description

PB00

Price
Gross price: Price without taking any possible discounts and
surcharges into account

RB00
Discount/surcharge
Absolute
discount

ZB00
Discount/surcharge
Absolute surcharge

FRB1

Discount/surcharge
Absolute freight amount

ZOA1

Discount/surcharge
Percentage duty amount

SKTO

Discount/surcharge
Cash discount

NAVS
Taxes

Non-deductible input tax

The purchasing
department has agreed with vendor Miller Co. that the latter will grant a
discount of $10 on the normal price of $250 for each office chair purchased. An
info record with the following conditions is created for this purpose:

PB00: 250

RB00: 10 (supplementary condition)

The system
writes this information to a condition record and stores the latter in a
condition table.

Condition Table

A condition table consists of
one or more condition keys and a data part. The data part contains a number that
references a record in another table. The latter table contains the condition
records.

In the standard system, table 017 is available for the
condition record created by Purchasing. This has the condition keys Vendor,
Material, Purchasing organization and Purchasing info record category.

You can also create your own condition tables. How to create
condition records in the latter is described in Maintaining Customers’ Own
Conditions.

Please go through it.

Regards
JK

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