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Rules In SAP-SD Module

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Publisher: Gaurav Gaurav

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The pricing procedure defines the conditions permitted for a document and the sequence in which the system takes these conditions into account during pricing. 
A standard pricing procedure is defined in the standard SAP system.  It contains conditions most commonly used.  These include material prices, discounts, and surcharges, such as freight, or tax.

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