And then I activated the call center functionality, and my sales orders get a small „retail“ check in the command head. And now is the time for retail pricing, although AX always refers to my selling prices for trade agreements. But it seems that the logic of the trade agreement I described above is being ignored; Retail contracts always find the „best“ price the customer could receive – as if „Find next“ were checked on all lines of commercial transactions. The unit price (list or trading price) comes from a sale price agreement (or the field of sale in the base of the item) and our position discount comes from the line of sale discount agreement. All sales (and purchase) price and discount agreements are stored in the same table and use the familiar „Table/Group/All“ hierarchy. The trade agreements in Dynamics AX 2012 allow for the introduction of prices and rebates for products, lenders and debtors (or product groups, lenders and debtors). Trade agreements can be concluded in different ways and with different results. In a previous article, I showed how a price is set up for an item applied to a group of creditors. In this article, you can create a discount in Dynamics AX 2012 for an item valid for a group of creditors. Trade agreements are managed through the implementation of price/discount agreements. Does anyone know if it is possible for retail orders to take into account the fact that „Find next“ is not checked and that you should always find the customer price (even if it is high) instead of the „All“ price? Without looking for the Continue option, the system searches for the book of the trade agreement.-leaf that has the best level (the group is before Allen; The table is before the group), and if there are a few that are at exactly the same level, the system applies the first created. I wanted to study the use of retail prices for orders, but I also had an obligation to respect the „look for the next“ option.
More in the hope that in waiting, I recorded the behavior I had seen with Microsoft support. I was quite expecting to be told that this is the operation of the retail price machine, so when I learned that this error had been corrected, I was stunned! If you have set a single price for one customer and a price for all customers, it is possible to disable „Find next“ to ensure that AX always uses the individual price instead of the total customer price, even if the individual price is higher. This screenshot establishes lines of trade agreements for an article. „All“ customers receive a nice low price of 10.00 USD. The ACBE customer alone receives a price of 15.00 USD. Note that „Find next“ is not checked on the trade agreement line. Another thing that is often forgotten is to define the trade agreement and calculate the associated parameters. The Price tab for AP and AR settings contains the settings for supplements and discounts. They indicate whether this particular dimension should be taken into account as a factor in the price search for the item to which the size group is attached.
Or plainly, if you should be able to set a price based on that particular size. If you activate z.B. „Sale price“ for the lot number, it means that you have the option to establish and book a trade agreement for a given lot. If the price search engine works, it will first look for a specific price for that battery, and it is only if it does not find one that it will look for a generic price without a lot number.