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Hi all,

I've used F110 with outgoing payments with different methods (transfer, check payment and so on). However, i can't use f110 to collect. I have read in different post that F110 is not used for collection.

The question is: What is the transaction or method to collect automatically?

Thanks in advance 😉

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2015 at 09:04 AM

    Hello,

    F110 is the correct transaction code to collect payment as well. Select appropriate payment method which is for incoming payments.

    FBZP > Payment method in country > Select payment method and check payment method for " Outgoing payments" or "Incoming payments".

    Outgoing payment method can be used for payments and incoming payment method can be used for collection.

    Best Regards,

    Chirag Panchl

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    • Thanks lolly and chirag!

      I solve the problem with paymenth method to collect. The key is that when I've chosen method payment I've chosen through effect in classification of payment method instead debit memo. This "effect" force me to use a CME indicator which in my case is not required. Because of that F110 give an error.

      The method I use to incoming payments is through SEPA.

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