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Purchase Order for Japanese Yen

HI All,

My issue is only with Japanese Currency. When I am creating a PO, NETPR field of EKPO table is stored with higher value. However BSEG table is updated with the correct amount. Pls see the following example for better understanding :

PO Rate : 8,500,000.000 JPY (1 Qty)

Amt shown in NETPR/EKPO : 85,000,000.00 JPY (1 Qty)

Amt in BSEG : 8,500,000.000 JPY (1 Qty)

Exchange Rate : 37 Rs. per 100 Yen

Because of the above my register is showing higher value of purchase. I am not able to understand why EKPO table is stored with higher value.

Any help will be appreciated...

Thanking You,

Subrato

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2007 at 03:32 PM

    Hi,

    i think u didn't given conversion factor for japanise.

    and in country basic settings u must define correctly

    and in Material Master currency should match with all required.

    pls check it.

    it may help u.

    regards,

    babu

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2007 at 03:09 PM

    try to check what do you get on the screen when you use "Write EKPO-NETWR currency JPY" ?

    Does it show correct value ?

    Things to check -> all rate types used in your docs (you may use different rate types for FI & PO). Are your rates defined using proper factors ?

    JPY in non-decimal currency, and SAP always store values in the tables with 2 decimals... so if you do not use addition "currency" in your write command -> you are going to get wrong results.

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  • Posted on Feb 27, 2007 at 01:40 AM

    Verify price unit in the PO.

    Rajesh

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