Working with Special Pricing by Source Code (WSPP)

Purpose: Use the Work with Source Special Pricing function to create special price breaks for items by source code. The special pricing you define can include quantity breaks and associate pricing.

In addition to this menu option, you can also use the Special Pricing option in Working with Source Codes (WSRC) or the Source Prices option in Work with Items (see Entering Additional Item Information). Using Work with Source Special Pricing makes the task easier if you are entering special pricing for multiple items and/or source codes.

For example, you can use the Special Pricing by Source Code function to enter two source codes (SOURCE1 and SOURCE2) and two quantity breaks for the same item ($10 for 1 of ITEM1 and $9 for 5 of ITEM1). The function will create the following four special prices by source code:

• $10 for 1 of ITEM1 for SOURCE1

• $9 for 5 of ITEM1 for SOURCE1

• $10 for 1 of ITEM1 for SOURCE2

• $9 for 5 of ITEM1 for SOURCE2

You cannot create special pricing by source code for different SKUs of an item. You must define special pricing for the base item, and the pricing will apply to all SKUs.

Related system control values:

• If the Perform Source Pricing Validation (D62) system control value is selected and there are any source special pricing records set up for the source code on the order header, the system prevents you from adding any items to the order if they are not included in the special source pricing.

• The Pricing Values (B31) system control value controls the order in which the system evaluates pricing options for the order, based on the priority assigned to the Special by Source Sequence # (A82) system control value.

In this chapter:

Work with Sources for Special Pricing Screen

Work with Items for Special Pricing Screen

Change Item Special Price Screen

Duplicate Special Pricing by Source Report

Work with Sources for Special Pricing Screen

Purpose: Use this screen to enter source codes to receive special pricing for certain items.

How to display this screen: Enter WSPP in the Fast path field at the top of any menu or select Work with Source Special Pricing from a menu.

Field

Description

Source code

A code representing a group of customers. Source codes are defined in and validated against the Source Code table; see Working with Source Codes (WSRC).

Alphanumeric, 9 positions; required.

Description

The description of a source code.

Alphanumeric, 30 positions; display-only.

Instructions:

1. Enter a source code in the source code field at the top of the screen. The system clears the data from the source code field and lists the source code and description in the middle of the screen.

2. Continue entering additional source codes as in step 1. The system adds each new source code to the beginning of the source code and description list.

3. When you have entered all the source codes to receive the item special pricing, select Accept to accept. You advance to the Work with Items for Special Pricing Screen.

Screen Option

Procedure

Delete a source code

Select Delete for a source code.

Accept the source code list and advance to the Work with Sources for Special Pricing Screen

Select Accept.

Reject the source code list and return to the previous screen

Select Reject.

Work with Items for Special Pricing Screen

Purpose: Use this screen to enter the items, quantities and prices that apply to each of the source codes you entered on the Work with Items for Special Pricing Screen.

How to display this screen: Select Accept to accept a list of source codes at the Work with Sources for Special Pricing Screen.

Field

Description

Item

A code representing a unit of inventory. Item codes are defined in and validated against the Item table.

You cannot enter a SKU at this screen. If an item has SKUs, you must define special pricing for the base item, and the pricing will apply to all SKUs.

Alphanumeric, 12 positions; required.

Description

The description associated with an item.

Alphanumeric, 20 positions; display-only.

Quantity

The quantity of the item a customer must order to receive the special pricing.

Numeric, 5 positions; required.

Price

The special price for the item, quantity and source codes.

Numeric, 7 positions with a 2-place decimal; required.

Assoc price (Associate price)

The special price of the item for associate customers. You can define a customer as an associate or member who is eligible for additional special pricing through the Work with Customer Sold To function (see Selecting Customers).

Numeric, 7 positions with a 2-place decimal; optional.

Tax inclusive price

The special price of the item if the order is subject to VAT.

Displayed only if the Tax Included in Price (E70) system control value is selected.

Numeric, 7 positions with a 2-place decimal; optional.

Tax inclusive assoc (Tax-inclusive associate price)

The special price of the item for associate customers if the order is subject to VAT.

Displayed only if the Tax Included in Price (E70) system control value is selected.

Numeric, 7 positions with a 2-place decimal; optional.

Instructions: Follow the steps below to enter items and quantities for special source code pricing.

1. Complete the item, quantity and price fields, plus the associate price field if necessary. If you attempt to enter more than one special price for a quantity of an item, the system displays a message: Item work already exists.

2. The system clears the data from the top of the screen and displays the special pricing for the item and quantity in the center of the screen.

3. Enter as many item/quantity special pricing combinations as you need by repeating the first steps. The system adds each additional item/quantity special pricing combination to the top of the list.

4. Select Accept to accept. The system returns you to a menu and submits a job called SPEC_PRIC. This job creates special pricing by item and quantity for each source code you entered on the Work with Sources for Special Pricing Screen.

Note: If you return to the Work with Special Pricing by Source Code function while the SPEC_PRIC job is running, the information you entered previously is still on the screen. The system clears this information when the job is complete.

If there are any duplicate special pricing records, the system creates the Duplicate Special Pricing by Source Report.

Screen Option

Procedure

Change a special price

Select Change for a special price to advance to the Change Item Special Price Screen.

Delete a special price

Select Delete for a special price.

Return to the Work with Sources for Special Pricing Screen

Select Source Entry.

Accept your entries and create the special pricing by source code

Select Accept.

Reject the special pricing by source code list and return to the previous screen

Select Reject.

Change Item Special Price Screen

Purpose: Use this screen to change the special price or special associate price for a quantity of an item. The tax-inclusive prices display only if the Tax Included in Price (E70) system control value is selected. For field descriptions, see Work with Items for Special Pricing Screen.

How to display this screen: Select Change for an special price at the Work with Items for Special Pricing Screen.

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