Support » Plugin: Money Manager » Summary number converts all currencies to base one

  • Resolved ognjenp

    (@ognjenp)


    First to thank you for this awesome plugin it is really really good!

    I have found a problem where the summary number and assets number doesn’t convert currencies by rates.

    Ex: I have 2 accounts in CASH section. one in RSD and one in EUR and my base currency is RSD so my assets are just that two accounts. I have 9000 RSD and 200€ and my assets combine should be around 33.000-35.000RSD depends on rate but it is 9200RSD.
    It’s not a big deal still love the plugin! 🙂

Viewing 8 replies - 1 through 8 (of 8 total)
  • Plugin Author vkurko

    (@avsoft)

    Hi @ognjenp

    Thanks for using the plugin 🙂

    Can you check the actual rate for EUR in the Currencies pop-up dialog box?

    I just tried to reproduce it locally with RSD and EUR and if the actual rate is correct I do not see the issue.

    Thread Starter ognjenp

    (@ognjenp)

    Yeah, the rate is correct 1eur ~ 117.2RSD but summary of assets doesn’t take in mind currency rate it just converts it as is ,200eur is 200RSD. Here’s screenshot of the problem https://proba.mentoragency.rs/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Screenshot-2021-12-24-223418-1.png
    I hope you can see what I mean.

    Thank you for responding

    Plugin Author vkurko

    (@avsoft)

    Yes, I see. The weird thing is that I can’t reproduce it locally.

    Could you create a screenshot of your Currencies popup dialog please?

    Thread Starter ognjenp

    (@ognjenp)

    Here you go, funny thing is (you can is it in earlier screenshot) section “assets” doesnt add them up good, but section income does it good.
    https://proba.mentoragency.rs/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Screenshot-2021-12-24-230043.png

    Thread Starter ognjenp

    (@ognjenp)

    I can provide you with credentials for this demo that I was trying out the plugin, if you want?

    Plugin Author vkurko

    (@avsoft)

    Thank you for the screenshot.

    It shows that the actual rate for EUR is 1.000000 for some reason. But you have the exchange rate history loaded and up-to-date.

    The actual rate 1.000000 results in incorrect assets value.

    I will try to figure out why the rate is 1.000000 despite the loaded values.

    Plugin Author vkurko

    (@avsoft)

    I can provide you with credentials for this demo that I was trying out the plugin, if you want?

    Yes, I think it will be helpful. Please send credentials to support@getmoneymanager.com

    Kind regards,
    Vladimir

    Plugin Author vkurko

    (@avsoft)

    Hi @ognjenp

    Thanks for your help! I could find an SQL query that did not work correctly on your server. So I changed it and now everything works as expected.

    I released v1.9.1 with the fix.

    Once again, thank you for using Money Manager 🙂

    Kind regards,
    Vladimir

Viewing 8 replies - 1 through 8 (of 8 total)
  • The topic ‘Summary number converts all currencies to base one’ is closed to new replies.