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System currency problem for documents created/updated through DI

When documents (invoices/sales orders/purchase orders) are added through the DI the system adds the same value into Document total discount System currency and Rounding system currency which cancel each other out . It repeats the value for all documents added.

It never does this through manual user entry. Both local currency and system currency are set as British pound. Document currency is set as GBP through DI.

This problem also seems to effect the addition of lines to on going open orders (orders created through SAP). If there is a value under system currency it seems to allow lines be added if this value goes to zero it stops allowing lines to be added!

An example of the problem is as follows:-

I have an overnight EPOS routine which processes all the data from our stores and concessions. For sales it creates an invoice for each store.

For each invoice for each shop the document is fine in local currency, but in system currency it enters the same figure in total discount and rounding for every document created.

This does not happen for documents entered by users.

Has anyone come across this, know a solution?

Thanks.

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2004 at 10:38 PM

    I have experienced this in one 6.5 system with the same currency settings you describe. Running under V2004 EF04 this no longer seems to be an issue. You could try upgrading to see if it resolves your problem.

    John.

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