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error while saving to ekpo table

sir,

PO was created with currency japanese YEN using Tcode ME21N . The net price was showing 142502300 (in JPY).

My problem is when checked in EKPO table , it saved with a value 1425023.00 So this is decimal value error. what can be done to correct this.

Regards,

Srinivasa Murthy

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    Posted on Aug 15, 2009 at 01:30 PM

    Hi Murthy,

    For Yen decimal places are not allowed this is the fact I can share with you.

    Hope this answers your query.Please check futher for the exact root cause.

    Regards

    Ankur

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    Posted on Aug 15, 2009 at 03:49 PM

    Thanks Mr.Ankur. But In in SPRO>> NET WEAVER >> GENERAL SETTINGS >> CURRENCY>> SET DECIMAL FOR CURRENCY CODES is showing 0 decimals against JPY (Japanese YEN)

    I want to know where else the Decimal values could have been set to 2 decimal places.

    Murthy

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      for japaness yen there is no decimal places in the amount field sap as stanadrd save with two decimal places. so during display u will see the amount without decimal which is correct value but in backend sap saves with 2 decimals.

      so there is no error in sap. it is sap stanadrd process of saving data.

      for eg the percentage value for condition records is saved by multiplied by 10 .

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