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Tolerance Limit

Dear All,

I have used t-code OMR6 & assign tolerance key PP with Lower value 10- & upper value 10+. when i run t-code MIRO that time system will accept only for Credit not for Debit value.

Second thing After MIRO when i run Sub DR or Cr it is not working.

please guide me.

Regards

Sachin

Former Member
Former Member replied

Please Maintain Tolerance Limits PP & PS in OMR6

and Please Go thru the Below Explanation of Tolerance Key PP :

PP: Price variance

The system determines by how much each invoice item varies from the product of quantity invoiced * order price. It then compares the variance with the upper and lower limits defined (absolute limits and percentage limits).

When posting a subsequent debit/credit, the system first checks if a price check has been defined for subsequent debits/credits. If so, the system calculates the difference between (value of subsequent debit/credit + value invoiced so far) / quantity invoiced so far * quantity to be debited/credited and the product of the quantity to be debited/credited * order price and compares this with the upper and lower tolerance limits (absolute limits and percentage limits).

PS: Price variance: estimated price

If the price in an order item is marked as an estimated price, for this item, the system calculates the difference between the invoice value and the product of quantity invoiced * order price and compares the variance with the upper and lower tolerance limits defined (absolute limits and percentage limits).

When posting a subsequent debit/credit, the system first checks whether a price check has been defined for subsequent debits/credits, If so, the system calculates the difference between (value of subsequent debit/credit + value invoiced so far) / quantity invoiced so far * quantity to be debited/credited and the product quantity to be debited/credited * order price. It then compares the variance with the upper and lower tolerance limits defined (absolute limits and percentage limits).

Regards,

Ashok

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