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Multiple Transaction types for the same Bank

Hello All,

Good Morning. I need to create new Bank creation and it requires EBS activation.

As EBS was already activated, I do not have to create basic settings again. I just need to assign Bank key, Bank account number to Transaction type.

My doubt is that they are 5 Trasaction types created for this Bank. I have checked that External trasacton codes assigned in each of the Trasaction type are different from one another.

Pls give me some suggestions as to how to check and assign right Transaction type to Bank key and Bank account number.

Thanks a lot

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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2013 at 04:03 AM

    Hi Godavari

    From the above i have understood that you have a house bank and under the house bank you have different bank accounts and each bank account is having EBS and assigned with transaction types. But you were able to see different external transaction types for each bank.

    For new bank account try to get the external transaction types from bank if possible and check if any of the external transaction types that we got from the bank are already created, if so copy those to the new transaction types and new external transaction types need to be created.

    Generally All bank accounts under house bank mostly will have similar external transaction types. But it is a bit strange that in your case they are different

    Hope this will help

    Thanks

    Prasad

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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2013 at 12:16 PM

    Godavari,

    Each transaction type concerns a bank file layout. You have to your bank account requirements for postings to be assigned.

    If your bank agency works for BAI format, find you respective Transaction type and assign it.

    Regards

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2014 at 10:19 AM

    Hi Godavari,

    I had the same problem for Brazil, where I have two different EBS formats for one bank account.

    Example:

    Bank: ITAU

    Formats: MT940 and Cobranca Retorno (Brazilian format)

    You have two oportunities:

    1. if you have multiple accounts and you can assign each format to a different account you can set this up in EBC customizing: Assign Bank Accounts to Transaction Types (TC: OT55).

    Example:

    Bank key Bank account Transaction Type

    100 1001 type1 -> containing external tr. types from format 1

    100 1002 type2 -> containing external tr. types from format 2

    2. If you have, like in my case, only one account but still different formats to work with just take one global transaction type and put all external transaction types into it (Create Transaction Type -> Assign External Transaction Types to Posting Rules). Then assign this transaction type to the bank:

    Example:

    Bank key Bank account Transaction Type

    100 1001 type1 -> containing external tr. types from format 1 + 2

    The transaction type is not dependent on the format you choose in the selection screen in FF_5 - this only determins which program SAP chooses to read in the EBS. Once the statement is read and put into the internal tables (FEB*) the external codes are pulled from the global transaction type and compared to the ones read from the EBS. If the system finds a match the statement line is posted.

    Hope this helps.

    Best regards,

    Alex

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