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Problem with SEPA DMEE-Tree Pain.008.001.02

Dear all,

We are currently struggling with the DMEE format-tree pain.008.001.02. I'e managed to solve quite some problems, but this one just reoccurs and reoccurs:

InitgPty

Ist always empty no matter what I do.

The XML-Checker says:

Recommendation The recommended element "<id>" is missing. (CGI Guideline)

The Bank (Spain) say, they need the OrgId and the Id.

From the structure I find in the internet I believe this node has to be:

InitgPty

Id

OrgId

Othr

Id

InitgPty, Id, OrgId and Othr are set to no mapping. And the last entry (Id) ist set to structure field with source = FPAYHX and Field name = SND_DEBTOR_ID.

Can somebody please help me to solve this problem? I cannot see what's wrong.

Any help or hint is highly appreciated. Thank you in advance,

Jessica

Problem solved: Hello everybody, Solution: The node is: InitgPty ->Id -->OrgId --->Othr ---->Id But that really doesn't matter how the node is called. If it is more then one level. Pls. only add the next level, then save and activate the tree. Add the next level, save and activate. And so on. Even if the node do not have a mapping to them. I suggest proceeding this way. It solved my problem with emtpy nodes. Sometimes it is as easy as this (took me a long time to figure that out!). Hope this helps others, too. Jessica

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    Posted on Feb 05, 2014 at 04:36 PM

    Hi Jessica,

    I found this very helpful as I'm having the same issue. But was wondering if you can expand a bit
    more on maintaining the levels. I think I'm on the right path but just need clarification
    to make sure that’s the case.

    Thanks in advance,

    Frank

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    • Former Member Jessica Braun

      Hi Jessica,

      Apologies for the delayed response I was trying frantically to meet the 1st
      of Feb deadline. Very big thanks for the detailed response it was a life saver
      and extremely helpful in resolving the issue I had, thank you very much.

      Best regards,

      Frank

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