In the GCP environment set up to use multi-currencies, when a foreign rate is converted to the project rate, it is rounding.
A. Use a project with US Currency
B. Use a Rate Matrix with USD Default Currency
C. Uncheck Apply currency precision for rate/costs
STEPS TO REPRODUCE:
1. Create a new exchange rate
INR to USD Multiply by 0.013
USD to INR Multiply by 73.62
Set Effective Date back to before the project dates
2. Add a row in the matrix using INR currency
Make the matrix have the 'Resource' as a column and use a specific resource
Add Rate and Cost of 115.50 INR
3. Add the resource to the USD currency project
- Make sure they have some allocation
4. Run the 'Rate Matrix Extraction' job with options 2,3
5. Check the table and fields: nbi_proj_res_rates_and_costs.PROJECT_BILL_RATE
6. Check the costs on the project as well
Expected Results: Table Fields = 1.5015. Project costs calculated based on the conversion rates.
Actual Results: Table Fields = 2. Project costs calculated based on the rounded amount for the conversion rates.
Reported as DE59671
Release : 15.9
Component : CA PPM SAAS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
DE59671 fix targeted for 15.9.2