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Difference in DMBTR and WRBTR

Hi Folks,

When GL accounts are posted from MM-FI (MIGO) there is difference in transaction currency and local currency even though both are INR.Due to this we are not able to clear the Open items neither through Automatic or Manaul.

Has anyone came acrossed such a situation?If so,kindly let me know the solution.

Thanks,

K.Kiran.

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 07:51 AM

    Hi,

    Go to FB03 and see the accounting document. there is a display currency button just click on that then it will convert to another account.

    If you want to see the exchange rate at the time booking see the header details. just click on cap F5.

    there u can get all the details.

    Hope this is clear, if yes assign points,

    Regards,

    Sankar

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    • Shankar,

      We find this difference only when we are using the Price Date Cateogry as 5 while doing PO and Schedule Agreement,during the GRN.There is no difference in document and local currency during MIRO.Due to this difference we were not able to clear the Document neither Manually nor Automatically.

      Thanks,

      K.Kiran.

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 05:13 AM

    Hi Kiran

    First of all I am assuming that you are finding problem in clearing the GR/IR account through manual clearing or automatic clearing.You please check in FS00 for the G/L you are facing this problem under the TAB "Control Data" "only Balance in Local Currency" it needs to be activated.

    The reason is if the filed is activated you may not face this problem

    Regards.

    Surendra

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