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What dates are used to obtain exchange rates that are used for calculations in CustInvoiceJour and CustInvoiceTrans.
We're busy examining data in CustInvoiceTrans and things don't match up because it looks like it's using the wrong exchange rate (ExchangeRate and ExchangeRateCurrencyPair).
At first we thought it might be obtaining a record out of ExchangeRate using the InvoiceDate, but it isn't, then we checked DueDate, and it isn't that either, or any other date field on CustInvoiceJour for that matter.
We discovered that it looks like it always uses the exchange rate about 2 or 3 days behind the current date.
So, what exchangeRate (ie. Which date) is used for CustInvoiceJour and CustInoiceTrans records.
According to my test, the invoice date does control the exchange rate.
Do you have customization on this area?
Could you please share more details about your issue?
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