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FAGL_FC_VAL - Credit/Debit

Hi All..

I have one issue can any please help on this.

The foreign currency valuation is not in the balance of the account?

but I had executed the foreign currency valuation run (Tcode FAGL_FC_VAL) for the previous month and

and showed exchange rate for total of debit and total of credit of GL account.

What's happening?

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  • Posted on Oct 07, 2010 at 10:07 PM

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      Hi All..

      I have one issue can any please help on this.

      The foreign currency valuation is not in the balance of the account?

      but I had executed the foreign currency valuation run (Tcode FAGL_FC_VAL) for the previous month and

      and showed exchange rate for total of debit and total of credit of GL account.

      What's happening?

      Hi Roberto

      First you need to look at the valuation procedure you have employed. There are separate procedures to a. account for losses only and ignore gains b. account for gains only and ignore losses c. account both losses and gains. Please check the procedure you have adopted. Therefore you need to check the procedure employed and see if losses / gains occurred during valuation. Please also see if you are using the strict lowest value principle in which case if the previous valuation had registered a loss of greater magnitude then F C valuation would not happen this time.

      If you have not adopted delta posting logic, then a valuation entry created on the key date ( previous month) might have got reversed automatically on the next date ( key date + 1) . If you look into the Financial Statement for the previous month do you see an entry and it does not appear in the subsequent month's financial statement?

      Regards

      VidhyaDhar

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