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condition table

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suggest me how condition table works for MM. what is the main theory working behind it?

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Condition Table: - A condition table contains price information on a master data type, for example, on a product master. If you define a product price or a special discount, for example, you create condition records in the relevant condition table.

Access Sequence: - An access sequence is a search strategy with which the system looks for valid data for a specific condition type. You can define an access sequence for each condition type. In Enterprise Buyer the access sequences are predefined, changes are not intended to be made by customers.

Condition Type: - A condition type serves to differentiate between prices in the system. You can define a separate condition type for each type of price, surcharge or discount that may arise in your business transactions. The condition type defines, for example, a discount as a fixed amount or as a percentage.

Calculation Schema: - The calculation schema describes a sequence of condition types that are used to determine prices. In Enterprise Buyer the calculation schema 0100 is defined as default. You can modify this if you wish and you can, for example, add your own condition types.

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