Did you get your Currency Exchange Rates from Bank of Canada? The format just changed as of June 1, 2017 and you now need to set it up via the new format.
Go to the Currencies page.
Click on Exchange Rate Services
Select New and create one with the following settings
Once you have populated the correct URL as seen above you can use the assist button in the Source Field to populate the nodes from the XML file in the lines.
For the Starting date you need to use the “US_DATE_FORMAT” Transformation Rule. If you don’t already have it you can look in a Cronus Database. It is already defined in the demo data.
To get the currency code you need to pick the 3rd to the 6th character from the FXUSDCAD text string. You can see the string when click the Assist button to pick the Node.
You can do this by creating your own transformation rule looking like this.
As you can see you can test your transformation rule in the bottom of the page by inserting your text and hitting the update on your right. The result will show in the result field.
The bad thing here is that I did not find a way to import multiple currencies with the new format from the Bank of Canada. It doesn’t look like the functionality supports this new format very well or the format is just a little strange.
If you need to find the exchange rates that works for you, Bank of Canada has a website explaining how their service works.
Hope this is use full to you all.
You can get multiple currencies simply by adding more identifiers (comma separated) to the URL like: