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Legacy Upload of Assets

Hi Guys

Iam uploading my legacy asset using AS91. My company code currency is in EURO.

But the requirement is that, the assets are to be uploaded in USD. When i upload by legacy asset using AS91, in the takeover value no currency will be displayed. My understanding is it can be uploaded only in the company code currency.

Is any possibility exists to upload my legacy asset in currency other than Company Code currency

Warm Regards

Bala

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jul 03, 2008 at 08:24 PM

    Hello

    It looks like a situation where data to be migrated needs currency conversion.

    One option is to down the legacy data and for the upload, ensure that there is a conversion code maintained in the program.

    Reg

    Suresh

    Hi Guys

    Iam uploading my legacy asset using AS91. My company code currency is in EURO.

    But the requirement is that, the assets are to be uploaded in USD. When i upload by legacy asset using AS91, in the takeover value no currency will be displayed. My understanding is it can be uploaded only in the company code currency.

    Is any possibility exists to upload my legacy asset in currency other than Company Code currency

    Warm Regards

    Bala

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    • Former Member

      Hi Suresh

      Present business is not running in ERP. But i can calculate my converted value manually and keep it in a flat file

      As per your information, i should modify the program to upload in some currency other than company code currency

      Can you please inform me the program in which i should to modification for the same

      Warm Regards

      Bala

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