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MIRO: Calculate Exchange rate on Translation Date

Hello Gurus,

In MIRO, I have displayed Translation Date (WWERT) which is equal to one less than Posting Date (BUDAT - 1).

Now, I want that the Exchange Rate is calculated on Translation Date and not on Posting Date.

For this I try to implement BADI FI_TRANS_DATE_DERIVE, but with that I face 2 issues:

1. It is Filter based BADI, Already there is one standard implementation for all Filter values (FLT_VAL = ' * ' ) and the system does not let to activate any other implementation of this BADI.

2. Let say, If one more implementation is done, but not be activated. How to use that in the code (I mean calling of BADI in the code).

Please provide some help on the above issues.

Any other alternative for achieving this functionality is welcome.

Thank you.

Br,

Maninder SA

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  • Posted on Jan 23, 2014 at 09:33 AM

    Hi Maninder,

    Try BADI 'INVOICE_UPDATE'.

    Regards,

    Munesh.

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    Posted on Jan 23, 2014 at 09:49 AM

    Hi,

    You are right, I think this kind of fileter set we can use only one time I guess! In the BADI definition can you check this multiple use is not available.

    The very important OSS notes are available for your requirement plz go through this, I guess you will get the solution.

    SAP Note 619330 - Document date instead of posting date in GR

    SAP Note 574583 - MIRO: BADI for value date


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      Checking the user-exit, for me is not available. Just check the place where you can implement the enahcment sopts! debug it !

      FM MRM_HEADER_CHECK, in side the FM MRM_HEADER_CHECK ( main FM ) , inside the FM call function 'FI_DERIVE_WWERT'

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    Posted on Jan 24, 2014 at 10:25 AM

    Experts,

    Any clear and working pointer ???

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