SAP

Currencies



A Sana web store supports multiple currencies. This means that when a customer logs in to the Sana web store, he or she will see prices in his or her local currency.

All currencies are managed in SAP. Use the Currencies table in SAP (transaction code OY03) to see the list of available currencies.

Those currencies which should be used in the Sana web store must be added to the Visible Currencies Sana admin table which can be opened by calling the transaction /n/sanaecom/a_tables. For more information, see 'Visible Currencies'.

Many currencies are available in the SAP database by default, but you can create additional currencies. If you create any custom currency (nonstandard) it should be mapped to the ISO code. This is the standard code of the currency as defined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). If a custom currency is created and set up for a customer, Sana will use the one that is mapped in the ISO code field to comply with ISO standards.

The currency of a customer can be set in the customers master data. Open sales area data of a customer and under the Sales tab you can define a currency for a customer.



The currency for a contact is retrieved from the related customer.

Sales agents do not have their own currency. The currency of a sales agent is determined by a represented customer.

Exchange Rates

Use the Exchange Rates table (transaction code OC41) to set up exchange rates for the foreign currencies.

Exchange rates set in this table are used to calculate material prices for the customers from different countries and with different currencies.