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I am trying to create new trade agreement for some customer groups with some item group combinations. I tried creating customer group and i can see the same in sale& marketing and even i can map the customer price groups on individual customers. But the same when i want to try for item groups, first i cannot able to find the setup form for defining item group for price groups and second i tried creating item group directly from trade agreement journal, there it got created but don't know where it shows and don't know where to map.
Note: I had activated all check boxes related to prices under sales&marketing - activate prices
Can anyone help me.. how to use sales price by customer group and item groups combinations with example plz
You can create a trade agreement journal with the combinations that you need and then post it to create trade agreements.
I am saying the same that from trade agreement journal, i cannot able to mapp with item group. Can you give me with example.
Can you please read again what I am trying to say for customer group and item group combination
It doesn't look like that we can create a price list for an item group. It was there in AX 2009 but looks like it has been removed in AX 2012. The item price/discount group (of AX2009) has been renamed to item discount group. Also in "Activate price/discount group" you may observe that in the "Price" tab, the available combinations are only for item-customer, item-customer group and item-All customer. The option to activate "Item group-customer", Item group-customer group" etc. is no longer available.
Ok but how it can be addressed.. This became very hectic for client to define price for each and every individual item manually through price agreement journals :( :(
Thank you for your replies. Appreciated :)
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