Changing document date on multicurrency transaction


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Question:

What happens when I pull up a transaction and change the document date for a multicurrency transaction?

Answer:

Each time you change the document date on a multicurrency transaction, the system will search for a valid exchange rate using the search criteria specified for the transaction’s exchange table in the Exchange Rate Table Setup. If a valid rate doesn’t exist, you can enter an exchange rate using the Exchange rate Entry window if you have the override rate option marked in the Multicurrency Setup window. If you have entered a General Ledger posting date that is different from the document date, the exchange rate also can’t be expired by the posting date.



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