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How Can One Disable Continuous Price Breaks In R12 of Oracle Applications? (Doc ID 1488000.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Pricing - Version 12 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Continuous Price Breaks

Purpose

 Explain the functionality of continuous price breaks implemented within Oracle Applications R12 and how it may be disabled if desired.

Continuous price breaks

These are price break lines without gaps between subsequent price
break ranges.
Example: The first break (0-100) means greater than 0 but less than or
equal to 100. A quantity of 100 is eligible for the first price break range
(0-100), but a quantity of 100.1 would be eligible for the second price
break range (100-200).

If continuous price breaks is enabled and one enters a price break line on a price list line (or modifier line) for value from 101 to 99999999
and no other records are present under this price break's defintion, the following error is shown in Release 12 which did not occur in Release 11i.
Error: Please ensure that the ‘Value From’ field of the first break begins with ‘0’.

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1: What are continuous price breaks?
 
Question 2: Is there any way to have non-continuous price breaks on your price lists and/or modifiers in R12?
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