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Custom Role: Give permission to access Unrealized and Realized Rate Gains & Losses reports

edited Jun 3, 2022 5:13PM in Accounting / ERP

Scenario: User of a custom role is able to view other financial reports such as Income Statement, General Ledger and Balance Sheet but is unable to generate the Realized Rate Gains & Losses and Unrealized Rate Gains & Losses reports.

For the custom role to view these reports, an Administrator should follow the steps below:

1.) Go to Setup > Users/Roles > Manage Roles > Edit the custom role

2.) Under the Permissions tab > Reports subtab> add the Income Statement permission

3.) Save the custom role


Results:

Custom role should now be able to view the report:

You can find out more about these reports in these SuiteAnswers articles:

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