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Average Currency Factor issue Decimals issue in BC 24

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in BC 24 - GB version,
1. Microsoft has changed the logic of how consolidation of Business Unit works. Can someone explain why adding more than two decimals is no longer possible? and what's the solution/ workaround for this?
 
2. Does anyone know what the 'Implementation' field is used for in the No. Series page? what's the difference between using Normal / Sequence?
 
 
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    TP-29050719-0 2 on at
    Average Currency Factor issue Decimals issue in BC 24
    Hi,
    For Point No1: it's got updated By Microsoft and now able to put 6 decimal places on Business Unit for both Average and closing Rate. 
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    ME-27051338-0 2 on at
    Average Currency Factor issue Decimals issue in BC 24
    Hi Jun,  
    this exists on BC 24 GB version (standard), I tried to amend the decimals on the currency card but that's not helping. 
     
    thanks Saurav for your answer
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    Jun Wang Profile Picture
    Jun Wang 5,024 Super User on at
    Average Currency Factor issue Decimals issue in BC 24
    could you advise how you navigate to the first screen? I don't see it from assisted setup. to setup currency you could go to currencies, then create a page for the new currency. Below is the default decimal places in BC
     
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    Saurav.Dhyani 12,745 User Group Leader on at
    Average Currency Factor issue Decimals issue in BC 24
    Hi,
     
    If it's changed by Microsoft, you should create a support ticket and get updates from Microsoft. 
     
    from your second screenshot Microsoft have implemented Interface in that area. To Get Details Refer - 
     
    1. Codeunit 306 & 307 which define implementation.
     
    These codeunits are part of Business Foundation app in latest business central.
     
    In summary - 
    Normal - Specifies the standard No. Series implementation, which updates the database on every call and uses the table to keep state.
     
    Sequence - Specifies the sequence No. Series implementation that does not update the database on every call and uses database sequences to keep state.
     
    Regards,
    Saurav Dhyani

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