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Currency translation ratios for CHF to EUR and CHF to LTL

Hi.

I wounder if anyone can tell me why SAP deliver as standard CHF --> EUR

with the translation ratios 100 -->1

I will be setting up more ratios for CHF

for ex CHF - LTL

and wounder what to use?

1-->1 or 100 -->1

Thanks

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2010 at 03:54 PM

    I don't think CHF -> EUR 100:1 translation ratio is SAP standard delivered. I checked our system, it is 1:1. And no one changed it ever. Also, see the following note.

    https://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/123467

    Change the CHF -> EUR to 1:1, but please make sure you adjust the exchange rates in OB08 accordingly.

    CAUTION!!! Read the warnings thoroughly that system pops up when you enter the transaction to change translation ratio.

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2010 at 12:54 PM

    Hi and thanks.

    I find an old note from when we migrate our Finish company (before I join the company) to EURO that SAP recommend in notes that you should have the set ut CHD -->EUR 100:1 ( it have something to do with decimals)

    So maybe we change it at that time.

    I´m not shore If I want to change that to 1:1

    So I still want answer on what to use for CHF --> LTL ( 100:1 or 1:1)

    Have a nice weekend 😊

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