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SEPA Payment/Collection - Group to 4 lines in F110

Hi all,

Is is possible to configure SEPA Payments through standard SAP in such a way, that it makes one payment from a customer or vendor account with a maximum of 4 invoices and then create the next payment of max 4 invoices and so on until all invoices are paid. Searching SCN didn't get me an answer.

Example:

Customer account 1

Line 1 - 100

Line 2 - 150

Line 3 - 100

Line 4 - 50

Line 5 - 100

Line 6 - 150

When creating a payment in F110 for this customer, we would like to have SAP create a one payment for the first 4 lines (400 Eur in this example) and a second payment within the same F110 run for the last 2 lines (250 Eur in this example). This, so that in the XML file, the invoices mentioned in Ustrd have a maximum of 4 and then a new payment within the same XML file is created for the same customer with the new invoices in Ustrd.

Thanks for your help!

Alexis

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  • Posted on Mar 23, 2015 at 02:47 PM

    Hi Alexis,
    It isn't an easy question.
    Is this requirement only for one payment method?

    Best regards, Mónika

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  • Posted on Mar 11, 2015 at 12:53 PM

    I have a feeling it's not possible, although I think it's hard to believe, because of the maximum characters a bank statement can hold sometimes and therefore information would get lost. Any ideas if it's possible somehow?

    Thanks again!

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