Kris, I have located the ECCA document now and going through the same. I 
will come back to you if I need further assistance.

Thanks a lot,

S.P. Selvaraj
Senior I.T. Specialist, Asia Pacific
Pemstar Singapore Pte Ltd
Tel.  Dir (65) 6586 8009, Cell (65) 9653 4048, IP Phone 4368
 




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Kris, Thanks you for your advise and sharing your experience. What is 
ECCA?, Yahoo search on ECCA resulting in hundreds of link, but I could not 

locate exactly the one I am looking for. Could you please give me the 
contact or link if you have for ECCA?

Thanks in advance,

S.P. Selvaraj
Senior I.T. Specialist, Asia Pacific
Pemstar Singapore Pte Ltd
Tel.  Dir (65) 6586 8009, Cell (65) 9653 4048, IP Phone 4368
 




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You might want to take a look at the ECCA tool and/or its sources.  It was
developed to do the local currency to EURO conversion in the European
communtiy.  Essentially it does exactly what you want to do: change the
local currency amounts everywhere to something else (all the EUROFLAG
juggling which it also does should not bother you too much).
Consulting in a Euro participating country i've used ECCA about on 10 
sites
and had good expierences with it.

I think it will cut down the task tremendously.  ECCA is free, but I 
believe
sources needed to be purchased

Kris De Vlieger

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> Hello,
>
> We are in the thinking of changing our functional currency from 
Singapore
> $ to US $. I knew that it is going to be huge amount of work involved in
> each of the MAPICS modules where we have kept the amount in local
> currency. Financial division reporting currency also need to be changed 
to
> US$. Is there anyone from the MAPICS user group has performed such a
> project?. If so, please share your experience.
>
> Regards,
>
> S.P. Selvaraj
> Senior I.T. Specialist, Asia Pacific
> Pemstar Singapore Pte Ltd
> Tel.  Dir (65) 6586 8009, Cell (65) 9653 4048, IP Phone 4368
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