Error "Company XXX doesn't have access to currency" when using Multicurrency with any module in Microsoft Dynamics GP

Dynamics GP 2010Fixed Assets


Symptom


You receive the following error message when performing processes in any sub-module using Microsoft Dynamics GP:

 Company xxx doesn’t have access to currency.

Note: You may still receive this error is you are not registered for Multicurrency.


Resolution


To resolve this message, you need to set up a functional currency and give the company access to the currency. 


On Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 and Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0


1. On the Microsoft Dynamics GP menu, point to Tools, point to Setup, point to System, and then click Currency. If the existing currencies that are set up fit your needs, you may use them and skip this step.


2. On the Microsoft Dynamics GP menu, point to Tools, point to Setup, point to System, and then click Multicurrency Access. Select the currency ID you will be using as a functional currency and mark the Access box for every company that is receiving this error. (This is the step that should specifically resolve the error message above.)

3.On the Microsoft Dynamics GP menu, point to Tools, point to Setup, point to Financial, and click Multicurrency. Select the currency ID as the Functional Currency and Reporting Currency. You will also need to populate the Default Transaction Rate Types.

4. Click OK to close the window. You will receive a message stating you will need to run check links on the Multicurrency Setup Files. Click OK to this message.  Use these steps to run check links:

 a. On the Microsoft Dynamics GP menu, point to Maintenance and click Check Links.

 b. Select Financial as the Series and insert the Multicurrency Setup Files from the Logical Tables section to the Selected Tables section.

c. Click OK and print the report to the destination you choose.


On Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0

1. On the Tools menu, point to Setup, point to System, and then click Currency. If the existing currencies that are set up fit your needs, you may use them and skip this step.

2. On the Tools menu, point to Setup, point to System, and then click Multicurrency Access. Select the currency ID you will be using as a functional currency and mark the Access box for every company that is receiving this error.

3. On the Tools menu, point to Setup, point to Financial, and click Multicurrency. Select the currency ID as the Functional Currency and Reporting Currency. You will also need to populate the Default Transaction Rate Types.

4. Click OK to close the window. You will receive a message stating you will need to run check links on the Multicurrency Setup Files, click OK to this message.

 . On the Files menu, point to Maintenance and click Check Links.

 b. Select Financial as the Series and insert the Multicurrency Setup Files from the Logical Tables section to the Selected Tables section.

 c. Click OK and print the report to the destination you choose.




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