Hi All, seems my currencies lost entirely for no reasons, any one can help to sort out what happened for that?
Before I have four currencies there, but right now I lost them totally.
Hope my question is clear for you, thank you so much!
After I try to upgrade base module, I found I can not do it because:
I tried to create a currency, because the original currencies are all gone, but I can not and with below warning, implies old currencies should still there but have no idea where they are:
The errormessage is about openERP being unable to find the currency rate for the given date or period.
The solution is to make sure there is a currency rate for the given date/period. This might be accomplished by upgrading your installation of openERP (upgrade base as Keyur mentioned), or you can manually create a currency rate for a period (Accounting -> Miscellaneous -> Currencies; click on the currency you want to change; Click on the button 'Edit'; click on 'Add new Item' at the bottom;type a correct date and the rate you want to use; click in the button Save)
I ran into this problem recently. I haven't been able to fix the "no currency rate associated..." error but found a workaround I can live with. Very simple, to daily change the currency rates just press OK to the error window and, although there are no currencies shown, you can just search for the currencies you need in the search bar and then they will appear in the list view.
Currency is already there in your database. You have defined currencies and used them but currency rate is not there so it is not able to calculate amount.
You can fix this by updating value into database also.
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