Last updated on NOVEMBER 23, 2015
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Project Costing - Version 9.1 to 9.1 [Release 9.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When using Change Management in a multi-currency environment where the base currency is US$ and the vendor that is used is a foreign vendor (that uses an exchange rate) and a purchase order is entered using the foreign vendor such as (CAD) the subsequent change request must be entered in domestic rate since there is no functionality on the P5310 to enter a foreign amount when entering cost for a change request to a foreign supplier/subcontractor.
To compensate the value must be calculated in the base rate (domestic amount) and then must be entered manually into the system. When the unit rate of .4455 is used, the amount is entered in as $44.55 and a quantity of 100 is entered in the Change Request. When the change request is committed the system updates the F4311 with $44.27 for the Extended Price and $44.27 as the Amount Open with a Unit Cost of .4427.
The system should not do any conversion on the amount that is entered in the domestic currency. The $44.55 should be $44.55 and .4455 should be the unit rate. The Foreign Extended Price is updated with 43.00, the Foreign Unit Cost is .43 and Foreign Open Amount is 43.00.
The system should update the Foreign Amounts with $44.55/1.0295=43.27, and a unit rate of .4327.
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