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Finance User's Guide: Displaying Incomplete Account List on Currency Revaluation Page

Written by: Gam Tran Are you an accountant using NetSuite and encountering issues with the incomplete account list on the currency revaluation page? You're not alone. Many users are facing this defect, and while we wait for Netsuite to fix it, a workaround solution can help you overcome this obstacle. In this blog post, we will guide you through displaying the incomplete account list on the currency revaluation page, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free experience.


Step 1: Access the Revalue Open Currency Balances Page

As a finance user, log in to your NetSuite account and navigate to Transactions > Financial > Revalue Open Currency Balances.


Step 2: Use a Non-Admin Role

It is important to note that the incomplete account list issue primarily affects users with non-admin roles. If you are using an administrator role, you may not encounter this problem.


Step 3: Find Cash Accounts

Search for cash accounts using relevant keywords on the Currency Revaluations page.


Step 4: Select Blank for Subsidiary Field

Next, click on the Subsidiary field and select "blank."


Step 5: Reselect Subsidiary and Check

After selecting "blank" for the Subsidiary field, select the Subsidiary again and check. You will notice that the previously missing accounts will now appear in the list.


By following these steps, you can effectively display the incomplete account list on the currency revaluation page, ensuring that you have access to all the necessary account information.


At E+R, we understand NetSuite users' challenges and strive to provide practical solutions and insights to make your experience as smooth as possible. Our dedicated team of experts is here to support you throughout your NetSuite journey, offering comprehensive managed services that go beyond mere administration.


Remember, as a finance user, you have the power to overcome obstacles and optimize your NetSuite experience. Stay tuned for helpful tips and insights on our blog as we continue empowering you to succeed with NetSuite.


[Disclaimer: The workaround provided in this blog post is based on the current defect reported in Netsuite. Please note that this workaround may not be applicable in future releases or after the fault has been fixed. We recommend staying updated with Netsuite's official announcements and documentation.]

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