Additional condition types are created for instances

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Additional condition types are created for instances when the company code needs to offer a material at a unique price or discount. Whenever two or more companies that are in the same sales organization sell the same materials at different prices, then PR00 cannot be used by all company codes. Pricing condition types should begin with P; discount condition types should begin with K. Monkey Business, Inc. Consider the following situation: Peggy and Susan are in the same sales organization and each has their own company code. They are both using RVAJUS. Both sell bananas to their shared customer Monkey Business, Inc. Peggy sells them to Monkey Business for $1.00 per pound and Susan sells them to Monkey Business for $.50 per pound. Peggy sets the condition type PR00 to $1.00 and creates a valid sales order. Susan changes the condition type PR00 to $.50 and creates a valid sales order. Peggy then creates another sales order and notices that the price is now $.50 per pound instead of $1.00 per pound. This is not good since her bananas cost her $.80 per pound to purchase! The sales order is canceled before it is saved and a quick meeting is held to resolve the situation. Susan and Peggy each decide to create their own condition types – PSUS and PPEG. They copy PR00 and create their new condition types. They remember that they have to use transaction VK11 to be able to use these new condition types to define their prices.
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They have both been using the pricing procedure of RVAJUS.
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