Exchange rate type mismatch in the invoice

Hi experts,
When I am creating an invoice, invoice is picking up wrong exchange rate type MTR which is not at all maintained in the customer details. The sold to party is having the exchange rate type TR2. Can anybody please help on the issue.?

Hi,
If it is not picking correct exchange rate type from the sold to party, please check the change log in the SP customer master for the field.  It could've been changed after sales order creation and invoice would've referred to your S.O details.
Also, please check whether the below info is useful.
[http://www.sap-img.com/sap-sd/exchange-rate-billing-documents.htm]
Regards,
P Gomatheeswaran
Edited by: Gomatheeswaran Palaniappan on Aug 29, 2011 7:32 PM

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