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nav 2013 functional doubt

dhivya_rdhivya_r Member Posts: 5
edited 2014-02-19 in NAV Three Tier
Invoice rounding precision must have a value in currency

erroe occurs when i post sales order
but i dint assign currency anywhere
what is the solution for this

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    krikikriki Member, Moderator Posts: 9,096
    If you are using blank currency, it means local currency and for that you need to do some setup in "General Ledger Setup".

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    dhivya_rdhivya_r Member Posts: 5
    wat set up should be done in general set up
    without the set up of currency that error should not occur
    is that right or note
    if occurs wat should i do give me in detail
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    geordiegeordie Member Posts: 655
    As kriki said, in Departments/Financial Management/Setup/General Ledger Setup you need to fill "Inv. Rounding Precision (LCY)" field in General Tab (usually done with 0,01 value).
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    dhivya_rdhivya_r Member Posts: 5
    thanks for clearing the doubt


    now i get an error when i post purchase order
    Inventory posting set up does not exist. Identification fields and values:Location code=",Invt.posting group code ='FINISHED'


    Please give me solution for this
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    mohana_cse06mohana_cse06 Member Posts: 5,504
    dhivya r wrote:
    Inventory posting set up does not exist. Identification fields and values:Location code=",Invt.posting group code ='FINISHED'
    Error message is very clear.
    You need to add a setup record with Location code=",Invt.posting group code ='FINISHED' in Inventory posting set up
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    dhivya_rdhivya_r Member Posts: 5
    its been set up in inventory posting already

    then too i am getting this error

    explain me in detail
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    SogSog Member Posts: 1,023
    These are all rather clear error messages.
    If you don't understand them, your experience with NAV appears to be limited.

    In that case, I would recommend training, or at least guidance from a senior in your company.

    If you don't mind me asking, what is your function in your company, and what the relation to NAV?
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