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VK12 - Currency Change

Hi all,

I am figuring out on how to perform a large change on Currency from USD to GBP. Apparently, I have got all the currency in USD for each material number when I execute the following:

1) Run Transaction VK12.

2) Condition Type = PR00 (Price).

3) Key Combination = Price list/Material.

4) Price List = 01 or 02 (Standard or Distributor, any one).

5) Notice that all the material's currency is in USD (no matter <b>Price List = 01</b> or <b>02</b> from point 4).

Base on the above, is there any way to perform the large change, as I have a list of materials (more than 10,000 materials) with condition (<b>PR00/01</b> and <b>PR00/02</b> only) and with the new price in GBP for each materials.

By the way, is the above relates to IMG configuration, or it is ABAP oriented? Any advice is much appreciated.

Cheers,

Patrick

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 08:56 AM

    HI Patrick

    As far as i know the currency change cannot be done via transaction VK12. We have to create the condition record again to replace/overwrite the existing one.

      For this i advice,
      1. Extract whole sets of condition records.
      2. Re-upload them with new currency.

    Kind Regards

    Eswar

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      Hi Patrick

      How about using Batch Input Program: <b>RV14BTCI</b>.

      1. Extract all condition records into an internal table.

      2. Change the currency.

      3. Download to a file in application server.

      4. Execute the batch input program.

      Kind Regards

      Eswar

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