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Mantaining Additional Currencies in OB22

Dear All,

My Company code is mantained in USD and it is assigned to a Company in INR.

When I am trying to mantain INR as my 2nd local currency and with currency type 30 (Group Currency),I am unable to change the field for currency key. By default it is taking USD as the second currency and the field is grayed out.

What to do?

Regards

Yasmin

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2007 at 05:47 PM

    OB22 is fine for defining second currency for company codes.

    However, if you want to use INR as your group currency, it has to be defined at your client level first. Go to IMG path: SAP Web Application Server --> System Administration --> Change & Transport System --> Configure Clients. (If you can't find this path, search for the text "Configure Clients" in IMG).

    Here, for the (system) client in which you are working in SAP currently (normally anything other than 000 - like 001, 100, 500, etc.), currency should be defined as INR. This then becomes your group currency in that client. Currently, this would be USD - that's why SAP shows USD for currency type 30 (Group Currency).

    Be most careful while changing this table (T000).

    For more information, see the SAP Library under BC - Basis Components -> Change and Transport System -> BC - Transport Organizer -> Requirements for Working with the Transport Organizer -> Client Control.

    Remember to assign points if found useful.

    Regards,

    Gulshan

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2008 at 11:40 PM

    If you really want to maintain INR currency, then use currency type "60" (Global company currency).

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