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Balance in transaction currency

Dear friends,

while doing MIRO we are getting error

Balance in transaction currency

Message no. F5702

Diagnosis

A balance has occurred in transaction currency 'INR' with the following details:

Exchange rate '00', amount '0.01-' and currency key 'INR'.

The data in the transaction currency were transferred from the calling application.

System Response

Your data cannot be processed in FI.

Procedure

The error is probably in the calling application.

*scenario :* is we are doing MIRO againt PO

PO is raised for 12 Materials . All are Local Purchase

1) One Material we received higher qty(10) what we mention in PO(8) @ 235.58

2) one material we received Qty 20 @235.58 ; total amount

Rs .4,711.55 but GRN @ 4800

now we are doing in MIRO selected correction ID as Vendor error : reduce invoice

Error: when we simulate it is giving error

Balance in transaction currency

Vendor account Dr 582.00

To Clearing a/c 581.99 -

Now 0.01- coming short but debit and credit is tallied overall doc

when we save finally

Error message : Balance is not equal to zero: 0.01 IN

Balance is not equal to zero: 0.01 IN

Message no. AM

Diagnosis

You cannot post the document as the balance is 0.01 IN.

Procedure

Check the gross invoice amount, the tax amount, the amounts in the items selected and any unplanned delivery costs in the document header. The items selected on the item list may not be the same as those in the invoice.

could u plz help me

Regards

Govind Yadav

Edited by: Govinda Avula on Apr 10, 2008 6:55 PM

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 01:32 PM

    try defining rounding rules via path--

    IMG General Setings Currencies ---Define rounding rules for currencies

    rgds,

    jaya

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