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ACH file - Vendor Bank Routing 00000000 & No Company Bank Acc # displayed.

Hello ALL,

We are using Classing Payment Program for ACH and I am having the following issues and was unable to find a solution to correct it and I have the same problem with either CCD or CTX format (by selecting CCD/CTX in Vendor Master - Reference details field).

I appreciate your time and guidance with this issue -

1) Record file, field 3 in Record 5 having "00000000" instead of Vendor Bank Routing num.

2) Also the Chase bank that were are working with is expecting our Co Bank account # as COmpany ID while the file deriving "1" + TIN# in this field.

3) The file that is being generated doesn't display our Company Bank account # neither in Rec 5 or 6.

4) Bank interface upon submitting CCD/CTX file, displays error " Standard Entry class code are missing or invalid" because -

a) there is no value in "From: Account Number" field

b) Company Name/ID: Displays "/1" + our Company TINnum

I have enclosed the screen shots of the errors and also the CCD/CTX files.

Thank you,


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    Posted on Dec 19, 2014 at 08:41 AM

    Please change to PMW structure, you do not need to much.

    Just use ACH CTX PMW structure in your payment method.

    Maintain variant / file path in OBPM4.

    It should give you requisite file without need of changing the output of the file.

    PPD and CCD support one addendum record, whereas CTX can accommodate upto 9999 records.

    Please refer:

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    • Former Member Ravi Sankar Venna

      Hi Ravi,

      Until I debugged with the help of ABAPer I did not realize that BNKA-BNKLZ (Bank Number) field should be filled with Routing# in order to be populated in the ACH output file. After updating the Vendor Bank master data with value in Bank Number the value is populating.

      Thank you Ravi, for your time and support!


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