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NAV Specific


In Microsoft Dynamics NAV use the Currencies table to see the available currencies and to create new.


If you create any custom currency (nonstandard) it should be mapped to the ISO Currency 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 Currency Code field to comply with ISO standards.

Use the Currency ISO Codes table to map the custom currency to the ISO Currency Code that is internationally recognized. To open the Currency ISO Codes table in Microsoft Dynamics NAV click: Departments > Webshop > Administration > Setup > Related Information > Setup > Currency ISO Codes.

ISO Currency Codes

Each currency can be made visible/invisible in the webshop. Select the Visible in Webshop check box to make a currency visible. If the check box is not selected the currency will not be used in the webshop.

The default currency and all currencies that are set to Visible in Webshop are indexed. If a currency is specified for a customer and it is set to Visible in Webshop, a customer will see prices in the currency set on the Customer Card.

To set up the default currency in Microsoft Dynamics NAV use the General Ledger Setup form. The default currency can be set under the General FastTab, in the LCY Code field.

LCY Code

The currency of a customer can be set on the Customer Card, under the Foreign Trade FastTab.

Customer Card

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.

If a currency is not set for a customer, the prices will be shown in the default currency.

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