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Exchange rate in credit note

Where does one find the exchange rate used to calculate the net value in invoices/credit notes? I have a situation where the exchange rate mentioned in the credit note print output (3.2252) is different from that used in the actual calculation. The exchange rate shown in the screen i get after clicking on Condition detail button on the item conditions tab ( in the credit memo type G2 ) shows the exchange rate to be 3.2252 while the rate actually used for calculation is 3.2288.The rate 3.2252 is the rate on the billing document creation date.

I have another question:On the header data tab on the credit memo ( type G2) there is a checkbox Set Exch Rate. If there is a tickmark in this checkbox does it mean the exchange rate cannot be changed in the credit note manually?

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    Sep 23, 2008 at 07:09 AM

    Hi,

    Change ob08 Mnatain copy controls for VTF PRICE exchange rate E.

    Best Regards,

    venkatasamy.y

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    Sep 22, 2008 at 02:47 PM

    Hi,

    If you go to VTFL-item level copy control, you will see PricingExchRate type field and it may be black. So, that means the system will pick up the exchange rate depending upon the billing creation date.

    To answer your second question, if set exchange rate is ticked it means you can change the exchange rate manually in billing document.

    Do let me know.

    Hrishi

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    Sep 23, 2008 at 04:16 AM

    1.Check in OB08 for the billing date what is the exchange rate.

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    2. Goto the sale order/in ur case credit memo req then goto >Header >Accounting and check whether any exchange rate maintained in Exch.rate-acct. if so this will be taken for calculation in accounting

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    Dec 07, 2008 at 11:10 AM

    the last action was before two months, so I close this thread

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