I am new to Odoo and am trying to create a supplier invoice with a foreign currency (CHF). My company base currency is BRL.
When I check the exchange rate for CHF I see only one value: 12/31/2009 1.308600
I create the supplier invoice with one item costing 100CHF. A tax is applied to this invoice in a total of 15% (15CHF). So far all is ok.
When I check the entry in the Purchase Journal (BRL) I see the following values:
|Name ||Account ||Debit ||Credit ||Amount Currency ||Currency ||Tax Account ||Tax/Base Amount ||Status |
|EXJ/2015/0002 ||/ ||120000 Creditors ||0.00 ||196.36 ||-115.00 ||CHF||0.00 ||Balanced |
|EXJ/2015/0002 ||OTAX S ||110300 Tax Paid ||25.61 ||0.00 ||15.00 ||CHF ||Tax Paid Rate S (15%) ||25.61 ||Balanced |
|EXJ/2015/0002 ||Test Product ||220000 Expenses || 170.75 ||0.00 ||100.00 ||CHF ||Taxable Purchases Rated S (15%) ||170.75 ||Balanced |
I don't understand why the exchange rate calculation finds this values.
I expected to see:
Instead of 170.75 (BRL), it should be 130.86
Instead of 25.61 (BRL), it should be 19.63
Instead of 196.36 (BRL), it should be 150.49
Any light into this matter would be greatly appreciated, I have already invested quite some time trying to get this to work with no success.
Unfortunately I don't have enough Karma point to comment on the first answer I got from zbik, so I edited my own post.
It is possible that this issue is related to the one you posted if the scenario I described is indeed a bug. From the description on the related bug I cannot really say, as it focuses mainly on the source code, and so far I am simply using the GUI.
The scenario I described is a very basic one for multi-currency. If I did not miss anything and indeed the exchange rate calculation is wrong, this would be a very severe bug.
Can anyone confirm that the scenario I described is correct and the calculation is incorrect?
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