Pricing Example: - How to Apply Order Level Discount to Lines that are Discounted
(Doc ID 357939.1)
Last updated on MARCH 12, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Advanced Pricing - Version 11.5.10 to 22.214.171.124 [Release 11.5]
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FORM:QPXPRMLS.FMB - Modifier Details
Checked for relevance on 30-JUN-2015
How can a modifier be defined so that a discount is applied at order level on lines that have already been discounted at line level?
Item A has list price of 100 and has special discount of 10%
Item B has list price of 50 and has special discount of 5%
and for special customers there is an additional discount of 2%.
The final price of Item A is 88.2
- After the line discount (10%) the price becomes 100-(10*100/100) = 90
- After the order discount (2%) the price becomes 90-(2*90/100)= 88.2
The final price of Item B is 46.55
- After the line discount (5%) the price becomes 50-(5*50/100) = 47.5
- After the order discount (2%) the price becomes 47.5-(2*47.5/100)= 46.55
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