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My client wants 6 decimal places for Prices. I customized the EDT for AmountCur and set it to display 6 decimal places. I have configured in Currencies the rounding rule and have also set in trade agreement a purchase price of 6 decimal places. My units are also configured to 6 decimal places. Nonetheless, in PO form, it automatically populate the unit price rounded to 2 decimal places. I'm running out of places to configure, any ideas? I need it not to round off. I have come across this and i agree that ax should cater decimal places greater than 2.
I was able to display 6 decimal places and fix the rounding via correct configuration of rounding rules in the Currencies form.
I changed the NoOfDecimals of the following EDT to 6 and synchronize afterwards:
My mistake was, I was adjusting the Rounding Rules of Purchase Orders. With this setup, you could set the Agreements up to 6 decimal places but it would automatically round off to 2 decimal places in purchase line. I adjust the Rounding Rules of Prices and it turned okay.
I read the code and by default, if the rounding rule is 0, the round amount is 0.01.
Hope this helps.
We are using the "Price unit" field on the Price/Discount tab on the PO line. As an example if we want a unit price of $1.463 we type $14.63 in the unit price field (only 14.6 is displayed in the form), then we put "10" in the price unit field. This will result in AX moving the decimal point 1 position to the left.
We have not been able to determine a way to display more than 2 decimal places in the PO Details form.
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