this one is a bit unclear to me. At the time of the installation, you set base currency and localization. I might be missing something but I'm not aware of a default region. Can you be a bit more explicit about your problem? Again, I might have missed an installation step.If you remind me, I'll be able to give you an answer.
Thanks for your reply,Problem is that we are implementing PPM for multiple region.Earlier it was only for Europe region.Now we are implementing it for China and Japan as well.So that time we set euro as the base currency but now same thing we need to implement it for other region so ofcourse we need to change the currency also.HopeI cleared your doubt.
You create regions and associate currencies with them, based on the exchange rate with the base currency. this is documented in the guides
thus if you have the euro associated with a certain region (cannot be changed if the region is already in use), then you add further exchange rates with other currencies, add regions, add the new currencies to the regions, create projects with the appropriate regions.
In my view there is no such thing as a 'default' region. What you mean is the primary region you created with the base currency associated. While you cannot disable the region, you can create a new one and associate it with the same currency. So I can create regions for Italy, Spain, Germany and France all with Euro.
for your purposes, you can create either one region for Asia and add both China and Japan, but currency-wise that doesn't make sense - so you'd associate regions for China with currency Rinminbi and Japan with Yen respectively, then create projects in those regions. the local currency will be recalculated based on the exchange rate that you added to the new currency and shown in the FinSum accordingly. The only downside is the visibility for those users that have base currency set to base currency in the edit my profile settings. I don't see the added value for changing the base currency or region here (see other thread), since if you have several regions and currencies, it doesn't really make much difference. It WOULD make sense if you have the multitude of projects in ONE region, but if it's spread out, everything is done via exchange rates.