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Document posted with zero document currency line item.

HI All,

I have a document which i am checking it in FB03 transaction, it has line items as shown below

25 1880 GL act1 17,250.00 USD 19,549.48 CAD

50 100400 GL act2 17,250.00 USD 16,425.45 CAD

50 9909961 GL act3 0 USD 3,124.03 CAD

Here you can see with 25 posting key i am posting 17250 USD and the counter part with posting key 50. The document currency is USD and local currency is CAD. You can see one more line item with 0 USD and some CAD is added.

Can some one tell when is this type of posting is done. when is line item posted with 0 currency, is it related with exchange rate rounding off.

The process is actually to automate the reversal of these documents, when i running BDC for doing the reversal in FBRA t-code i receive a warning message "Exch. rate differences were posted" and the screen flow is disturbed. it is found that we get this message because of this zero currency line item.

And when i am reversing it manually it is considering the exchange rate of document posted date not todays rate.

Please let me know the scenerios of this 0 currency getting posted.


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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 12:31 AM

    Hi Umesh,

    What is the orginal document? For e.g. is it a payment docuemt/clearing document? If so you might have a foreign exchange or gain.



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