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Set up an attribute-based pricing formula for a potency item [AX 2012]

Updated: October 19, 2012

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2

Use this procedure to set up a batch attribute-based pricing formula for a potency item. You can create an identifier (ID) for advanced pricing with calculation equations that change the purchase price paid for the potency item.

  1. Click Procurement and sourcing > Setup > Price/discount > Attribute-based pricing details.

  2. Click New to create a pricing formula line.

  3. In the Attribute-based pricing ID field, enter an identification code for the attribute-based pricing formula.

  4. On the Equation FastTab, in the Equation field, enter the equation for the advanced pricing formula. This equation calculates the purchase price of a potency item.

  5. Click Validate equation to validate the equation.

  6. On the Elements FastTab, click Add variable to add an equation variable.

  7. In the Equation element field, enter the equation element that identifies a set of values that are used in the equation. Use only alphabetical characters for the equation element.

  8. In the Equation element type field, select the type of equation element from the following options:

    • Purchase receipt quantity ─ The received quantity of the potency item.

    • Purchase price ─ The purchase price of the potency item.

    • Batch attribute – Actual ─ The actual percentage of potency for an inventory batch.

    • Constant ─ The standard percentage of potency for an inventory batch.

    • Select the element type ─ The default value for the type of equation element.

    • Batch attribute – Target ─ The target percentage of potency for an inventory batch.

  9. In the Attribute field, select the value of the batch attribute for the calculation.

    NoteNote

    This field is available only if you select Batch attribute – Actual or Batch attribute – Target in the Equation element type field.

  10. In the Constant field, enter the constant value or quantity value that is used for the calculation.


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