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Regarding FAGL_FC_VAL

Hi Gurus,

We have implementation partners for us. They are using S_BCE_68000174 for changing Currency Exchange Rates. But we dont want them to go completely into our configuration. Is tcode FAGL_FC_VAL can be used to change Currency Exchange Rates instead of S_BCE_68000174. Actually I went into FAGL_FC_VAL to see if this can be a replacement but I dont know how to run that tcode. Can any one assist me with this.

Let me know if I am not clear about anything.

Thanks in advance.

Ravi Boppana

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 08:59 AM

    Hi ravi,

    FAGL_FC_VAL is used to Foreign Currency Valuation. It is not used for updating the exchange rates. This T Code is used when ever u post invoice with foreign currency and later at the month end u will be settling those foreign items for settling that u will be using FAGL_FC_VAL.

    Till 4.7 we will use F.05 for foreign currency valuation, now in ECC we are using FAGL_FC_VAL.

    I hope u understood. U cant use FAGL_FC_VAL for changing currency exchange rates.

    regards

    srikanth.

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  • Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 09:09 AM

    Dear Ravi Boppana,

    For changing / entering Exchange rates, this is the correct T code. As per me , going by T code, you hav no other option but to use S_BCE_68000174 .

    Thanks & regards,

    Gov

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