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Hi Friends,

when i am multiplying the reference value (WA_VBFA-RFWRT) and currency (WA_XKOMV-WAERS) . i am getting wrong value . please help on this

WA_VBFA-RFWRT = 5.490

WA_XKOMV-WAERS = 3.67350

by multiplying . system is showing 2016751.500 (WRONG).

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Regards,

muralidhar.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jul 28, 2014 at 08:12 AM

    Hello muralidhar,

    The problem is that the program does not set the checkbox: "Fixed point arithmetic".

    A solution would be to call a routine in a custom program like this:

    PERFORM cal_price(ZCALCULATES) using WA_VBFA-RFWRT WA_XKOMV-KKURS

    changing F_RFWRT

    I hope you help.


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      Hi, this is the problem.

      If you mark this checkbox, all calculations in the program will use

      fixed point arithmetic.

      If you do not, packed numbers (ABAP/4 type P, Dictionary types CURR, DEC

      or QUAN) will be treated as integers when they are used in assignments,

      comparisons and calculations, irrespective of the number of decimal

      places defined. Intermediate results in arithmetic calculations will

      also be rounded to the next whole number.

      To resolve, do calculations outside the function group, in a custom program with this flag set.

      I hope you help.

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