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I would like to ask why Unit Amount only rounded for Positive or Negative adjustment?
I tried to purchase from Item Journal, and Unit Amount is not rounded.
Anyone can explain me why Microsoft set this logic?
On the General Ledger Setup, what are your values in the Unit-Amount Rounding Precision $ and decimals?
Check this setting and then test.
Thank you for your reply.
I setup Unit Amount rounding precision to 1.
And Unit Amount Decimal Place as 0:6
Because we use Koreawon (KRW) - smallest is 1 KRW.
Here is my journal, for Purchase Unit Cost is not rounded, but Positive Adjment, Unit Cost is rounded.
I check with NAV 2018 and BC also, but it is the same.
I don't know why Microsoft leave this different.
If you think this is something we should address, please raise it to Microsoft via your CSP or partner.
I think if you want to reflect NO Decimals then...
Unit-Amount Rounding = 1. This field specifies the size of the interval to be used when rounding unit amounts, item or resource prices per unit, in $. Amounts will be rounded to the nearest digit. Example: To have unit amounts rounded to whole numbers, enter 1.00 in this field. In this case, amounts less than 0.5 will be rounded down and amounts greater than or equal to 0.5 will be rounded up. On the Currencies page, you specify how unit amounts in foreign currencies are rounded.
Unit-Amount Decimals = 0. This field specifies the number of decimal places that are shown for unit amounts, item or resource prices per unit, in $. The default setting, 2:5, specifies that unit amounts will be shown with a minimum of two decimal places and a maximum of five decimal places. You can also enter a fixed number, such as 2, to specify that all unit amounts are shown with two decimal places. On the Currencies page, you specify how many decimal places to show for unit amounts in foreign currencies.
If this is not giving you the results you want submit a Microsoft Support ticket as Marco mentioned.
Thank you. Steven:)
Thank you. Marco (y)
I think I will ask partner to raise this to MS
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