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Extensibility for Manage Prices – Sales

In Manage Prices – Sales App, you can extend the App by creating new custom fields for condition records to fulfil your customize business requirement. Please following below steps for how to extend the App.

Create Custom Field

Before to create custom field, please make sure business role: SAP_BR_ANALYTICS_SPECIALIST is added in your current user.

Create In Head Level

Open Custom Fields and Logic App, click create button, create new custom field for pricing communication head level.


Click Create and Edit button, click UIs and Reports tab, enable all usage.


Click OData APIs tab, enable the usage for OData service.


Note: If you want to use this custom field in Sales document, Billing document and Service transaction, please enable usage on Business Scenarios tab. If you want to use this custom field in Pricing Condition Record Data Replicate Framework, please enable usage on SOAP APIs tab.

Save the changes and click Publish button. Will take some time to publish the created custom field. Once finished, you will see the publish status on the head of the field page.


Note: You also can create custom field with other supported data type, such as List, Date, Number and so on.

Create In Item Level

Create custom field for item level almost same as head level. On creation step, set Business Context as “Sales: Pricing Communication Item”.

Change Field Catalog

Before to update configuration, please make sure the business role “SAP_BR_BPC_EXPERT” is assigned in current user. Open Manage Your Solution App, click Configure Your Solution button, searching with “Pricing”. Click Sales Price Management line, all the configuration steps will list in the right page.

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On Change Field Catalog configuration step, click New Entries button, on the new line click Search icon.


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On the prompt up page, you will find the new created custom field, double click the filed line.


Then click Save button, the custom field will be added to field catalog successfully.

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Create Custom Table

On Create Condition Table configuration step, set Table number, such as 932. Click Create button, the new table will be created successfully, find the needed fields, double click on right side to move it to left side.


Click Generate button to generate the table, you will got below message after generation.


Create Access Sequence

On Set Access Sequences configuration step, click New Entries button to create new access sequence.


Select the new created access sequence, click the Accesses node on the left tree. Click New Entries button to add created table.


Select the table line, double click the Fields node on the left tree. Then you need select the table line again on Access page, press Enter on Keyboard. Check all the fields for above table will be showed. Save all the changes for this new access sequence.


Create Condition Type

On Set Condition Types for Pricing configuration step, click New Entries button to create new condition type, such as ZPR1. Set the new created access sequence to this condition type and save the change.


Now, you can use this condition type to create condition record in Manage Prices – Sales App.

Use Custom Field on App

Open Manage Prices – Sales App, set Condition Type as ZPR1 and select Key Combination with above condition table. The new created field showed as filter and data column on App.


You can create, update, delete and filter condition records for this condition type with new created custom field. For more details, please see blog:

Use Custom Field on Excel Importing

The new created custom field is also supported in excel upload and download function on Manage Prices – Sales App. Below is the exported excel template for condition type ZPR0.

On Field List sheet, the field is listed.


On Condition Data sheet, the Additional Price Property column is listed as standard column.


You can use download condition record as excel or import condition record with excel file. For more details, please see blog:

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