Give your data source an appropriate name and click next.
You can then select all the available fields:
Then just follow through the rest of the wizard and finally activate your data source.
If you then go into your development tenant and go to the “Data Sources” view in the “Business Analytics” work centre you can then search for the name of the data source you can then preview it and see all the exchange rates that have been created as shown in the screen shot below:
The field ‘ExchangeRate/QuotationDateTime’ is the date/time that the exchange rate is valid from as seen in the normal “Edit Exchange Rates” view.
How to create Exchange Rate Custom Data Source for SAP Business ByDesign was last modified: June 24th, 2021 by Lucy Thorpe
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