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How exchange rate KDM is calculated

May 27, 2017 at 05:38 AM

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Hello experts,

I made a testing about exchange rate difference on MIRO and MIGO, and i got strange result in step 4.

Can anybody tell me how it calcuted and posted 49250 to KDM and 50750 to PRD. for my understanding, the total difference 100,000 is caused by exchange rate, so it should post to KDM, but why it was separated to KDM and PRD?

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Former Member May 27, 2017 at 07:07 AM
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I have already read it before raise my questions, but that can not tell me the logic that it post to KDM and PRD. In my case, the last IR is caused by exchange rate change. I don't why it post to KDM and PRD.

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Jürgen L May 27, 2017 at 06:38 AM
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The posting logic is many times discussed already and documented, e.g. in this wiki https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/ERPSCM/Goods+Receipt+Valuation+for+Purchase+Orders+when+involving+foreign+currencies+with+fixed+exchange+rate+-+Posting+to+KDM

Kindly make sure to search before posting a redundant question, this is a rule in the community!!!

It would be better to post screenshots with original numbers instead of such Excel tables. I made several times the experience here in the community that the numbers in such table have been faked numbers to simplify it for us, but at the end they have not been logically right at all. For IR and GR it is possible to know if it is in local and foreign currency, but for the PO it is unknown. It is further not known if the sequence is really like shown. It is not known how the materials price control is.

You are making your life extremely difficult if you accept such inconsistent documents, I mean partial invoices which are unequal in the ratio quantity/value to your purchase order. Especially receiving such invoices prior to the good receipt influences the values posted with the goods receipt, as the GR is proportionally valuated to this "new price" as it has to be assumed that an invoice has a more true price than a purchase order

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