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SEPA FIRST: Event 601, select only first docmeunt per mandate

Hi Expert,

When I'm running FIRST transaction I can exlud Item in the event 601 by doing: t_0601-xaktp_0601 = ' '

But in this event you have only one transaction at a time.

When I process the first document, I get hist BP and the corresponding mandate too.

When I process the second, i would like to check if this current doc has alrady been processed for the same mandate.

Situation is: event 601 is called for every document, so the variables where I store documents and corresponding BP & Mandates are lost.

How can I trace what are the mandates already processed ?

Thanks in advance,


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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2013 at 01:36 PM

    Hi Thierno,

    Check event 653.I think this event would cater your requirement rather than event 601.



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    • Former Member Amlan Banerjee

      Hi Amlan,

      Thank you for your answer.

      When i enter in 653, I have only one document number FKKPY_SRT1-PYGRB.

      For the first tile, I select the mandate corresponding the BP and then the docmument number.

      But when i eneter in to event 653 from the second document of the same mandate, i have no trace anymore which mandate was already selcted.

      The goal I want to reacdh is: for every mandate I want to slect only one doucment, and ignore akll other document doucment as wel.

      As the exlusion happen in event which is called for every document , there is no trace of previopus steps.

      Can any boy suggest how to sort this out ?

      I this moment I think to use datebase table to store mandate and first document. But can cause performce problems.

      Thanks in advance,


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