New fixed exchange rate in vendor invoices, sales orders, and sales agreements
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Vendor invoices, sales orders, and sales agreements have been updated to include a fixed exchange rate for the reporting currency. A fixed exchange rate can be defined for both the accounting and reporting currency when the transaction currency is different. This completes the rates needed for dual currency.
When the accounting currency and reporting currency are the same, the fixed exchange rate will be kept in sync by defaulting the accounting currency’s fixed rate into the reporting currency’s fixed rate. The reporting currency fixed exchange rate cannot be changed for this setup configuration. When the accounting currency and the reporting currency differ, a fixed exchange rate can be defined for both the accounting and reporting currency during transaction entry. If the reporting currency has not been defined on the ledger, the reporting currency fixed exchange rate field is not enabled, and no reporting currency amount is calculated.