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MT940 transaction types

Dear Gurus,

I have mapped few external transaction types to internal transaction types in system.

When I upload the statement for mapped transaction types it is working fine.

But transaction types not mapped are failing and I cannot process them manually too.

Is there a way to map if transaction type is missing it should hit certain internal transaction type/account.

Regards,

MYSAP

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 08:45 PM

    Hi,

    You can create an additional External Trans. Type as "UNALLOCATED" and map the same with your Trans. Type.

    I would suggest to read the IMG documentation for "Global Settings for EBS" it gives an excellent example of how the "UNALLOCATED" trans. type works.

    As quoted in SAP IMG -

    Note regarding unknown external transactions

    If the bank uses an external transaction that you have not yet entered in Customizing, the system terminates the processing of the account statement.
    In order to ensure that the processing of the account statement does not terminate, you can define the external transaction UNALLOCATED.

    External transaction+/- SignPosting ruleInterpretation algorithmUNALLOCATED+UNA1000 No interpretationUNALLOCATED-UNA2000 No interpretation
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  • Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 02:41 PM

    Dear MYSAP,

    You can try to use EXIT_RFEKA400_001 of enhancement FEB00004 - Raw data processing, user exit SWIFT MT940 (SMOD t.code) to apply your ABAP code logic to external and internal transaction types.

    Best regards,

    Gabriel Coleti

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