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Populate AVIK-BVDAT (Posting date at the bank)

Hi Folks,

In FBE1 - Create Payment Advice, I am looking to populate the AVIK-BVDAT field, either by configuring the screen, or in a user-exit. I have found a SPRO location Financial Accounting (New)>Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable>Business Transactions>Incoming Payments>Incoming Payments Global Settings>Payment Advice Notes (Incoming)>Payment Advice Overview: Define Line Layout that allows me to update the screen to show different line items, but nothing for the header screen.

Does anyone know how the AVIK-BVDAT field gets populated?

Many Thanks,

Colm

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    Posted on May 22, 2013 at 12:49 PM

    Hi Gavin,

    I know this is not a very good solution BUT.

    In include LFRADI00 there is a PERFORM AVIK_PRUEFEN.

    In this you can write an implicit enhancement to give a POPUP_GET_VALUES to get the value and update the field.

    OR

    Search for any BTE in FIBF transaction for this.

    This is a work around solution.

    BR

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      I think we will just have to reject this requirement, I am surprised that SAP don't allow the entering of the posting date per standard, but since there doesn't appear to be any configuration point and I'm not prepared to use implicit enhancments on this, I'll just have to reject the requirement. Thanks anyway

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