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Currency maintainance


I have got couple of questions regarding currency & decimal

A. When I am entering a PO in japanese yen and if I want to enter value for price as 125.25 JPY,it does not allow.

Is it a standard practice that any JPY value is to be entered to the base of 100 meaning I should enter the value 12525/100 pieces instead of 125.25/1piece.


I want to maintain currency LBP awith decimals 3.In standard system I did not find LBP maintained.Can I maintain the same or any rerequisite is to be met first.

Is there anything to be taken into consideration while dealing with 3 decimal currencies and their printout

Best Regards,


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  • Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 03:08 PM


    If I understand ur question, pl find theaswers below:

    Decimal Place:

    Option-1:Use T.Code: SU3 , in the default tab in the decimal notation, please change accordingly u want ( in drop down list),save and log off the system.Now Log on and check .It will sure work.


    What us ur company code currency & vendor currency?If ur company code currency is JPY and vendor currency is LBP or vice versa.Maintain the currency conversion in T.Code:OB08 and save.

    Now try ur transaction.

    Hope the above will helpful to you ad then reward.


    Biju k

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 02:56 AM

    First, why do you want to enter JPY in decimal places when the Japanese do not 😊

    JPY is not configured for decimal places. So you have to enter it as 12525 per 100 pc.

    LBP (Lebanese Pound) should be available as standard in the system. The number of decimal places will be set. It is not advisable to change the number of decimal places in a currency.


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