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Incorrect Exchange Rate being picked up by F-43

Hi,

Has anyone experienced this and how did you resolve this?

Our user was entering vendor invoices in currency DKK (local currency is SGD). We are maintaining currency pair DKK - SGD, but the rate that got picked up was the EUR - SGD rate.

We've checked all the configurations and they seem to be correct.

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 08:37 AM

    Check the PO in which currency they created.

    Jain

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 09:08 AM

    Hi,

    There might be 3 reasons,

    1) Check the exchange rate indiactor in OB08 and find that which exchange rate type indicator they assinged from currency to currency ie DKK - SGD..

    2)Then go to document type OBA7, whether they assigned any exchange rate type indicatior or not.

    3) Check the exchange rate type you are using in your company code go to tcode : OB22 chek it.

    Regards

    Maruthi.

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 09:21 AM

    Have you cheked the definition of DKK - SGD ?? you should chek if it is direct or indirect quotation, and what Exchange Rate Type (M,G,EURX..) you are using for this pair of currencies. Chek if in ob08 you are also maintining SGD-DKK..

    REGARDS

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    • Former Member

      Thanks for the information.

      I checked the configuration and nothing defaulted in the document types nor in OB22.

      The exchange rate pair maintained is only DKK - SGD and not for SGD - DKK, maintained pair is SGD-EUR...do we still need to maintain this even if there is a DKK-SGD exchange rate pair already?

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