Currency translation using 2 infoobjects as time reference ?

Hello ,
I have a simple requirement
i want to use fiscyear/period as time reference in RSCUR. but in the aggregation level on which my Query is based , i only have fiscyear & posting period. & i cant add any more char to my query/agggregation level.
how can i do this ?
thanks
ramesh

Any help pls , guys ?

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    If you could perhaps do some screen dumps of the level you defined, characteristic relationship, as well as how u defined the parameter group, that may help.
    You can attach email it to  '[email protected]'.
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    Message was edited by: Ehab Mansour

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    21         TC.Workday=SC.ChangeDate(+) AND
    22         TC.Workday = SC.Workday(+);
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           100 John Doe                         02-JAN-10 Nights
           100 John Doe                         03-JAN-10 Days
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           101 Jane Doe                         02-JAN-10 Days
           101 Jane Doe                         03-JAN-10 Days
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