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Error F5227 encountered during batch session processing for cross company code posting

Dear Sir/Madam,

When I processed BDC session for cross company code posting, Error F5

227 was encountered.

Balance of all line items:

company code 1: foreign currency +0.01 / local currency -0.03.

company code 2: foreign currency -0.01 / local currency +0.04.

The Local currency amount for all line items is calculated

automatically by the system using the M exchange rate.

Due to rounding, the debit/credit sign for the balance of all line

items for LC and FC don't agree with each other for both company codes.

Is there any SAP standard solution for this problem?

Best regards,

Mui Giok

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    Posted on Jul 05, 2012 at 04:11 AM


    Refer the note 384539. This will definitely resolve your issue. Also, have you tried entering the currency amount manually ? If the local currency amont were manually entered try to enter the amount also manually and check.



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      Hi Anushya,

      Thanks for your prompt reply.

      In note 384539 the Cause and prerequisites mentioned that, A parallel currency is not active in the leading company code. However, a second and third local currency are set in one of the other company codes involved.

      Is it referrring to Tcode OB22 (Define Additional Local Currencies)? We are not using it for all our company codes.

      Is this note applicable to my issue?

      Best regards,

      Mui Giok

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