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Automation in FEBAN

Dear team,

please advise if I can use any BTE or, exit or, FM for automating FEBAN. Business want to post unprocessed items of bank statement from FF.5 to a specific unique GL and they will later re-class the same entries in line with their requirement.

We can create a new rule for the posting to new unique GLs and schedule the transaction FEBAN. But please advise whether we can use any BTE/EXIT/FM for changing the posting rule of unprocessed items of bank statement.

Please let me know if you need any other information on this.

Thanks for your help.



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  • Posted on Apr 26, 2016 at 11:16 AM

    Dear Pranab,

    The FEBAN (postprocessing) use program RFEBBU00 to perform the posting.

    You can set the following parameters:

    ID it´s the KUKEY that you can get from FEBKO table

    Single record number the bank statment item that you want to post.

    Posting area fill with "A"

    Function (BDC, call trans.) fill with "C"

    Mode with call transaction you can choose the BDC mode (A to display all screens, E to display only if error or N to perform it in background).

    I believe that you can use this program to help your users.

    Best regards,

    Gabriel Coleti

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