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Technical Name currency_rate_update
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Import exchange rates from three different sources on the internet :

  1. Admin.ch Updated daily, source in CHF.
  2. European Central Bank (ported by Grzegorz Grzelak) The reference rates are based on the regular daily concertation procedure between central banks within and outside the European System of Central Banks, which normally takes place at 2.15 p.m. (14:15) ECB time. Source in EUR. http://www.ecb.europa.eu/stats/exchange/eurofxref/html/index.en.html
  3. Yahoo Finance Updated daily
  4. Polish National Bank (Narodowy Bank Polski) (contribution by Grzegorz Grzelak) Takes official rates from www.nbp.pl. Adds rate table symbol in log. You should check when rates should apply to bookkeeping. If next day you should change the update hour in schedule settings because in OpenERP they apply from date of update (date - no hours).
  5. Banxico for USD & MXN (created by Agustín Cruz) Updated daily
In the roadmap : Google Finance.
Updated daily from Citibank N.A., source in EUR. Information may be delayed. This is parsed from an HTML page, so it may be broken at anytime.

The update can be set under de company form. You can set for each services which currency you want to update. The log of the update are visible under the service note. You can active or deactivate the update. The module uses internal ir_cron feature from OpenERP, so the job is launched once the server starts if the 'first execute date' is before the current day. The module supports multi-company currency in two way :

the currencies are shared, you can set currency update only on one company the currency are separated, you can set currency on every company separately

A function field let you know your currency configuration.

If in multi-company mode, the base currency will be the first company's currency found in database.

Special thanks and contribs to other Main contributor: Grzegorz Grzelak, Alexis de Lattre

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