Issac, One of our financial consultants has a couple of questions regarding
your issue. They are:

1. Is multi currency turned on in the system parameters?
2. Is the Company setup for multi currency?
3. Is the Purchase order, Vendor, Vendor type, bank, etc all setup for the
foreign currency?

He is assuming this is within a single ledger book, and that the logical
global currency will not come into play. The handling of inventory and PPV
gets tricky and they may have to go to the logical currency consideration
depending upon the complexity of the ledger/book setup.

Thanks,


-----Original Message-----
From: bpcs-l-bounces+dsweeney=phoenixbcinc.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:bpcs-l-bounces+dsweeney=phoenixbcinc.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
antwi, isaac a.
Sent: Thursday, May 17, 2007 10:04 AM
To: SSA's BPCS ERP System
Subject: [BPCS-L] Vendor Invoice Model
Importance: High

Hi All,

I have a model for vendor invoicing (items). The setup is as shown
below.

Line CO DIV DEPT ACCT Debit Macro Credit Macro
Statistic Macro Status Description Model
10 10 BAL BALSHT 2015 0 SDPACS25 0
0 SDQTY Active POINVOICE
20 10 BAL BALSHT 2436 0 SDPACS11 0
0 SDQTY Active POINVOICE
30 10 BAL BALSHT =SDPRFC 0 0 SDPACS22
0 SDQTY Active POINVOICE
40 10 BAL BALSHT 1558 0 SDPACS07 0
0 Active POINVOICE
50 10 BAL BALSHT =SDPRFC 0 0 SDPACS13
0 Active POINVOICE


It works perfectly if I process an invoice in the base currency (USD).
If I process in a different currency, the purchase price variance (Line
20) is always wrong and the system gives the message "Debit Total not
equal to Credit Total". I have checked the figures displayed and convert
correctly to the base currency. What could be wrong? I am using 8.3.1
(ERP LX).

Regards,

Isaac A. Antwi


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