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FPY1: Two first the same mandate on one XML file

Hi experts,

Actually, I process a payment with one madate having one CA with 5 open items.

1 open item with due date 11.05.2013

4 open items with due date 22.08.2013

In the DMEE XMl (pain 008.001.02) file generated, I get two FRST's for the same mandate meanwhile I expected one FRST.

The first FRST has 10/09/2013 as collection date.

The second FRST has 07/09/2013 as collection date.

can you help to sort this out why I'm getting two FRST in the payment file.

Thanks in advance,

Bassamba Diallo

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2013 at 11:54 PM

    Hi Thierno,

    Go to the following configuration-

    IMG-->Financial Accounting-->Contract Accounts Receivable and Payable-->Business Transactions-->Payments-->Incoming/Outgoing Payment Creation-->Define Specifications for Paying Company Code

    Select the Paying company code and click on the payment methods.

    Select the payment method and click on display.

    In here, you will find a grouping of items section , where there is an indicator for payment per due day. This indicator specifies that only items that are due on the same day will be paid with a single payment.

    In your scenario, I think this indicator is ticked and so, SAP is generating two payment documents based on two due dates and that's why you are getting two FRST's for the same mandate.

    Hope it helps...



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