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Currency settings based on Locale code passed

Based on Language Locale code settings, currency format should be displayed in our web application related report.

In Crystal Reports for currency type we need to write different formulas for Symbol, Decimal Separation, Thousand separate, Symbol Position etc.

Note we have table having Language Currency code and Locale columns. Using this table we need to display different currency format for different Locale code. ISO 4217 codes will added dynamically to the Currency table.

Environment:

Sql Server 2008 R2 DB

.Net Webapplication

Crystal Reports for MS Visual Studio

Similar to SSRS (Sql Server Reporting Services) do we have any function to format currency value using Language settings instead of writing for different settings in Currency formatting?

Thanks

Jagannath PS

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    Posted on May 08, 2015 at 07:52 PM

    Don't know what version of CR of .NET you are using, but see if this KBA will help:

    1409398 - How to change the Currency Symbol in a Crystal Reports .NET web application



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    • Former Member Ludek Uher

      Following link does not help in achieving Amount currency format based on Locale. Hence I think CR does not support dynamically changing currency formats based on available column Locale values.

      Example:

      CurrencyCode Locale Amount

      AUD en-AU $9,600.45

      EUR de-DE 23.727.323,75 €

      INR en-IN ₹1,87,23,423.43

      JPY ja-JP ¥23,268,702

      USD en-US $21,786,782.85

      Thanks,

      Jagannath PS

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