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How to update currencies as per RBI rates in openerp v7.0?

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samba
on 7/22/14, 5:53 AM 762 views

I want to update USD, EUR, GBP,YEN rates as per RBI in my accounting system currency rates. Presently I am getting updates from ECB. But my transaction rates are linked with RBI. Waht i have to do now?

 

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Ludo - Neobis
On 7/22/14, 6:02 AM

Check "Multi currencies" on the users' profile under settings. Then go over to "Accouning --> Configuration --> Miscelleneous --> Currencies". 

Find the required currnency and open it. In the tab at the bottom you should now be able to provide the current exchange rate based on the real world with a date. 

Thank you very much Ludo, but I want to update the rates automatically. For this now i am using "currency_rate_update" module. This updating the rates from as per ECB. But i want rates from "Reserve bank of india".

samba
on 7/22/14, 7:51 AM

Ah I see. I'm sorry but in that case I'm afraid I cannot help you, for I have no experience with those modules. Maybe you can modify the module to make it check for RBI? Check the way the module now connects and collects the ECB ratings.

Ludo - Neobis
on 7/22/14, 7:59 AM

Thank you very much Ludo

samba
on 7/22/14, 8:32 AM

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