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MIRO - Foreign Currency - Not able to post

Hi Sapiens,

I have the following issue.

1.Purchase Order created in Compnay Code Currency (say CCC) and PO uses Internal Order and IO also uses Budget and all of them are in company code currency.

2.Tocode MIRO is used to enter the incoming invoice, Invoice currency is entered in Foreign Currency (say FFF)

3.When posting the Invoice, the system gives error “Enter Rate CCC/FFF rate type in M………..” and quits.

4.The currency conversion table has entry for FC to CC (.i.e FFF to CCC), not CCC to FFF.

5.Users were able to post the document without any problem with the same set up in the previous version – i.e 4.6, now it is upgraded to ECC6, this problem is occurring, How to solve this? Any notes available.

6. If I have entry CCC to FFF, then able to post. How to overcome this issue without this entry.

Thanks in advance

Gowsi

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  • Posted on Aug 29, 2007 at 09:43 AM

    Hi,

    In SPRO General settings > Currencies > Check Exchange Rate types

    Set the Flag "Invert" for rate type M. In this case if CCC to FFF is missing, the system will take the rate from FFF to CCC.

    Kind regards

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2007 at 05:52 PM

    Go to OB08 and check to see if the FX rate is customized for CCC/FFF type M.If not you need to input it there.Maybe you have only one the type P.Also check on OKEQ for fiscal year 2007 the rate type customized for the budget.

    Hope this helps

    regards,

    Marco Borges

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