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IHC payments using RFFOEDI1

Hi! I'm using a custom copy of the program RFFOEDI1 for payments with the transaction F111. I'have 4.6c version and I must to convert the file MT101 in XML format for payments in SEPA (SEPA Credit Transfer). Can anyone help me?

Thanks a lot for your help.


Flavio Mariola

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  • Posted on May 09, 2014 at 05:44 PM

    Hi Flavio

    There is standard SAP configuration that does this

    1. You need to set up XML format in DMEE

    Here you need to define all fields you need in your file and how these will be filled.. XML file derives it fields from PAYH, PAYP and FPAYHX Structures

    2. Create a Payment Method in FBZP with Payment Medium Workbench and assign the XML format you created in Step 1 here

    3. A few settings needed in OBPM1 / 2 / 3

    4. After F110, execute FBPM to generate XML file

    This would be much simpler than creating a Z program using FM

    Br. Ajay M

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    • Hi everyone,

      I would appreciate any help with my problem.

      Currently I cannot use the Standard, as we assigned the Transaction F111 to a Z (copy RFFOED1),

      and this being a copy, it has been customized for the various needs of our customers.

      Resetting the standard would inevitably delete all the required function we developed over ten years of use of the transaction F111.

      I need to solve this problem working on the custom.

      Has anyone been is a similar scenario?

      What was your solution?

      Many thanks

  • Posted on May 09, 2014 at 05:01 PM

    Hi Flavio...use se37 for FM and search for *TO*XML*..there is a lot of Function Modules that will convert a normal data file to Xml...hope it helps.

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