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Exchange rate for FI postings in Billing

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Can Exchange rate for FI postings in Billing be determinated by the Pricing date instead of the billing date when we create it?

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Sophie

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 08:45 AM

    I have tried the 'copy control for billings documents' , set the 'PricingExchRate type' as 'D'-"Exchange rate determination according to price date" but it didnt work ,can anyone give some advices

    thanks a lot

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      hei,

      copy control for billing document do not affect exchange rate for accounting. it only affect for exchange rate between price master currency to document currency.

      as i know, exchange rate type for accounting (VBRK-KURRF) is determined in FI confifuration (OBA7). but the date is always take billing date.

      Best Regard

      Hendry

  • Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 04:29 AM

    Exchange rate in FI postings will always be based on the value what you maintained in ob08

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 05:40 AM

    Hi Sophie,

    When you create a sales order, the exchange rate is determined only based on the pricing date and not based on the billing date. This is the standard SAP behaviour. You can enable different dates for these and maintain different exchange rates in OB08 to confirm this.

    When you create an invoice for such a sales order, two cases can work

    If there is no redetermination of pricing, then the exchange rate from SO will just be copied to invoice. The exchange rate will be redetermined only either if there is new pricing or when there is redetermination of exchange rate. Even in this case, the exchange rate is determined only based on the pricing date, not based on billing date. You can confirm this if you maintain two different dates and maintain different exchange rates for these dates.

    So what you are asking is already there in system. You only have to reorganise your master data and configuration accordingly for the functionality to take effect.

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