RE:[sap-log-sd] Condition Types and Number of Decimals

Posted by Dutch
on Oct 26 at 7:21 PM
In addition to Jim's response, you could also create your conditions with a 2-decimal currency (e.g. AUD for Australian dollar) and assign another currency (e.g. AUD4 for Australian dollar with 4 decimal places) to your customer. This is particularly useful when your discounts are typically expressed as a percentage and you operate in a low margin/high volume environment. If, like in above example, the company code has been assigned currency AUD, during the posting of the invoices from SD (AUD4) to FI (AUD) the standard commercial rounding rules apply (so an invoice for AUD4 1.505 would post AUD 1.51).

---------------Original Message---------------
From: gerardo_castellanos
Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 4:34 PM
Subject: Condition Types and Number of Decimals

Hi friends,
How can I define condition types and condition taxes with more than two decimals, but the company code currency has two decimals?

Thanks in advance,

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