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I have an OpenERP system. I use the accounting module to register my company's sales. I register the bill, but when I try to close it or mark it as paid, the following error comes up:
No currency rate associated for currency 34 for the given period
I've tried to configure this or search to solve this in the settings but I cannot solve this, could you please be so kind to assist me?
Thank you very much in advance, best regards!
I have encountered this error. The solution is to make sure you have at least two currency rate entries for the base currency and the counterpart currency. i.e. Lets say you want to convert from Dollar to Naira. You will create two currency rate entries for Dollar and two currency rate entries for Naira. The currency rates must be set with a date that is, ON or before the order date. That is just the solution. I had to debug it on my development environment to figure out why the system raises that constraint error, despite having entered a single currency rate. Thanks. Please vote my answer if it solves your problem.
Note: Path to Currency Configuration is: Accounting->Miscellaneous->Currencies
Go to accounting, miscellaneous, currencies. There yoi can check that you have the rate properly set-up for the period you are posting into, for the currency of the document you are trying to save.
Note that sometimes odoo does not get the date properly so you better choose the date from the drop down menu to make sure, you are posting in the right period.
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