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Manage Reporting Currencies in Cost Accounting Distribution Show Wrong Dolars (Doc ID 2653972.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 18, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Cost Management Cloud Service - Version 11.13.19.10.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

On : 11.13.19.10.0 version, Cost Management

Question
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In Customer have a devaluation context, it means that 1 USD = 40 ARS two month ago, but today 1 USD = 60 ARS.

Primary Ledger Currency- ARS (Pesos Argentinos)
Secondary Reporting Book Currency - USD (United States Dollar)

The issue is secondary book is impacting the transaction considering exchange rate for the date of the transaction, and it should takes the exchange rate for the source cost layer (for output transactions). The goal is if customer sell or issue from inventory, both primary and reporting book should not have any balance on it.

Here is an example:

1.

Account Alias Receipt:
DATE : Aug 1st
EXCHANGE RATE 43,78
ITEM  Number - ABC1
LOT - L1
Qty 10
Item Cost 400 ARS
SUB INV - FG

In Cost Accounting Distribution - Cost information shows :

4000 ARS
91,35 USD

2.

Account Alias Issue
DATE - Sept 20th
EXCHANGE RATE 56,47
ITEM Number - ABC1
LOT - L1
Qty 10
Cost 400 ARS
SUB INV - FG

In Cost Accounting Distribution - Cost information shows :
4000 ARS
70,83 USD
 

This is causing the imbalance in the Secondary ledger.

Solution

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