# How do you keep a rounding profile in SAP?

Rounding profiles can be maintained on a general or plant-specific basis. General maintenance is recommended as this requires you to enter less data. Static Rounding Profile – A Static rounding profile is the most simple and straightforward. You establish one or more sets of Threshold Values and Rounding Values.

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## How do you keep a rounding profile in SAP?

Rounding profiles can be maintained on a general or plant-specific basis. General maintenance is recommended as this requires you to enter less data. Static Rounding Profile – A Static rounding profile is the most simple and straightforward. You establish one or more sets of Threshold Values and Rounding Values.

## What is rounding profile in SAP?

A rounding profile consists of threshold and rounding values, whereby every threshold value is assigned a rounding value. If the requirement lies below the first threshold value, the system copies the original requirement value unchanged.

**Where is rounding value in SAP?**

Where is Rounding Value and The Lot Size Set in SAP SNP? Both of these values can be seen in the Lot Size tab of the Product Location Master.

### What is a rounding value?

Rounding means replacing a number with an approximate value that has a shorter, simpler, or more explicit representation. For example, replacing $23.4476 with $23.45, the fraction 312/937 with 1/3, or the expression √2 with 1.414.

### What is rounding value in SAP MM?

As per SAP documentation: Rounding value for purchase order quantity. Value to a multiple of which the system rounds up the procurement quantity. Dependencies. The rounding value is used in the planning run if no rounding profile has been specified in the material master record.

**How do you find the rounding value?**

Basic Rules of Rounding

- Identify which place value you are rounding to.
- Look to the next smallest place value, the digit to the right of the place value you’re rounding to.
- If the digit in the next smallest place value is less than five (0, 1, 2, 3, or 4), you leave the digit you want to round to as-is.

#### Does 1.5 round up or down?

2

For example, 1.5 (pronounced as “one point five” or “one and a half”) would be rounded up to 2, and 2.1 would be rounded down to 2.

#### How do you calculate rounding value?

Look to the next smallest place value, the digit to the right of the place value you’re rounding to. For example, if you want to round to the nearest ten you’d look at the ones place. If the digit in the next smallest place value is less than five (0, 1, 2, 3, or 4), you leave the digit you want to round to as-is.

**What is 2.5 rounded to the nearest whole number?**

3

2.5 rounded off to the nearest whole number is 3. Hence, the whole number of 2.5 will be 3.