We are in V6.0.04 We have 2 books (USD and Argentine PSO). The base is Argentine PSO. We do this. 1. In CEA, in Activity Definition ("the photo camera icon") we set Allow Error Journal =Yes (GTN.TNAEJ=1) 2. We set equals the journal numbers in both books (File GJR) to identify the post. 3. We force the GLH.LHBKOV (Book Amount Override 0=No1=Yes) to 1 with a RPG program where the GLH.LHLSTS in PSO book is 2 or 3 and GLH.LHLSTS is 1in the USD book. 4. We run a RPG that fix the amounts in GLH. The points 3 and 4 can be done manually in CEA. P.S.: sorry by my english. "Amitava Banerjee" Para: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <Amitava.Banerjee cc: @trin.net> Asunto: Rounding of Debit and Credit Amounts Enviado por: in GLH bpcs-l-admin@midr ange.com 15/02/2002 19:06 Por favor, responda a bpcs-l Hi I am having a problem. 1. The base currency is Mexican Pesos. 2. The Order is in USD. 3. The exchange rate is 9.5037000. 4. The amounts in the two lines in the order are US$ 1417.00 and US$ 1625.00. 5. Invoiced it. Now there is a difference in the Base Debit (LHDRAM) and Base Credit fields (LHCRAM) in GLH, because while converting the transaction amounts (in USD) to base amounts (in Mexican Pesos), it is doing the following calculations Transaction Rate Base 1417.00 9.5037 13466.7429 rounded to 13466.74 1625.00 9.5037 15443.5125 rounded to 15443.51 -------------- ------------------- 3042.00 9.5037 28910.2554 rounded to 28910.26 So there is a differece of .01 between the debit and credit (since the total of credit is 13466.74 + 15443.51 = 28910.25 and the debit column has 28910.26). How can I solve this? TIA Amitava _______________________________________________ This is the SSA's BPCS ERP System (BPCS-L) mailing list To post a message email: BPCS-L@midrange.com To subscribe, unsubscribe, or change list options, visit: http://lists.midrange.com/cgi-bin/listinfo/bpcs-l or email: BPCS-Lemail@example.com Before posting, please take a moment to review the archives at http://archive.midrange.com/bpcs-l.
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