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When I try to invoice a specific purchase order, I am being shown the above error message. Although the PO was created and received in October 2018, I don't know why it is trying to get an exchange rate from November 2017. Although the starting exchange rate in GL>Currencies>Currency Exchange Rates is dated from 1st-Jan-2018. Thank you.
It looks like you need to define currency conversions
Hope this helps
You can add a blank start date of rate in currency exchange rates.
Please check your Accounting Currency first at General Ledger > Ledger Setup > Ledger > Accounting Currency Exchange Rate Type > Default.
You can try creating Currency Exchange Rates as Blank for the Currency Type.
Or, check your Vendor Posting Profile.
Sometimes, the error message doesn't lead us to the root of the errors.
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