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Report with Transaction currencies

Hi All.

i am in the process of developing a report in project systems with my developer.

The scanerio is investment projects (all internal projects) . Exchange rate type P is defined and is uploaded one in an year.

We have been using budgets in different currencies. So, a project is budgeted in 3-4 curriencies at differenct WBS levels and is posted with many currencies. As of now its working fine the requirement of the client is , he need a report in transaction currencies.

So, a WBS many be budgeted in one currency, but might be posted in different currencies. So for one WBS, we might have 4-5 currencies existing. Now a report need to be developed.

Is this possible? any suggestions from your end?

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  • Posted on Jan 04, 2012 at 08:18 AM

    For sure you could be able to find all costs in the controlling area currency and the object currency.

    Good luck!

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    • Hi Abdul!

      Thanks for your inputs. infact thanks to everyone.

      I have done the changes in RPPO and have run the report. Still the reporting is in USD only which is my controlling area currency. I need the report in transaction currncy. am i doing wrong anywhere ? pls suggest



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    Posted on Jan 04, 2012 at 09:56 AM

    Hi Surya,

    Try using report painter for this. There is an option to include the transaction currency. Go to CJE5 and double click on any of the forms of the standard report for eg 12KST1A. Next double click on the Lead Column "Budget". In the window that pops up change the Key Figure to "Total in Transaction currency". Doing this should display all your budget figures in transaction currency.

    Have not tried this myself. Just give it a shot and check if this helps.



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