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When I create a currency field within CRM I get two fields; the field I have named and also a base field.
As I think I understand it, the base is for the base currency equivalent of the system and the user created field is the actual value the quote was created in?
Now using our system Dynamics CRM 2011 RU12, we have always been told to write data to the non base field, however, if I produce a chart/graph no matter which field I select it appears to just use the base field value - this obviously is showing inconsistencies in values - so my question is am I doing things wrong or is the chart tool wrong?
This article explains how currency fields work in Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
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