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Uploading Customized file format in FPB3


I have tried program RFKKZEDA to test payment upload and was able to successfully upload payment in FPB3 using standard file maintained in path AL11. I have also activated Z structures, i.e ZFKKZK, ZFKKZP to do away with fields I didn't wanted.

I also refer to thread

Now my requirement is that I want system to read file as per my given format and I don't want to give values of aforesaid 4 structures in file format as I think ultimately system is concerned with proper structure update which given proper exit/event I can update which currently is not available as per my knowledge.

I think following standard approach results in duplication of efforts i.e. 1st I have to upload custom format in AL11 and then I have to reformat it in FPB3 required format and then upload it rather than directly uploading as per my format.

Currently,I have found that event 0940 is available but that too doesn't work if file format doesn't contains reference to those 4 structures.

Hope you have understood my issue so kindly share your expert comments.



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    Posted on Jan 11, 2014 at 08:02 AM

    Hi ,

    you need to develop an z transaction to upload the file you have received in the format given in RFKKZEDA to AL11 folder , from where you can post it through FPB3.. There is no point in uploading custom format to al11 , you can do both work (conversion to sap format +upload to al11) in a single step.

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