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F110 - Payment

I created in transaction F110 Run date: 20.07.2006 Identification:T5

payment - ( Payment Method T with dme engine ).

When i ran the payment it created lines in table reguh.

The problem is that each line has content in field

reguh-SRTF2.

It's problem the field supposed to be blank 'cause

i run program RFFOAVIS_FPAYM to create Layout for the payment and the sort variant isn't work 'cause the field reguh-SRTF2 is not blank and the sort perform from

reguh and not from the sort variant parameter from the program.

why when i create payment there's no blank on

reguh-SRTF2 ?????

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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2006 at 04:23 AM

    Hi Eliram,

    Please refer the below links:

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2004/helpdata/en/01/a9bcc4455711d182b40000e829fbfe/frameset.htm

    sap--fi---wire-payment

    outging-paymnet---f110

    Hope this helps.

    Please assign points as way to say thanks.

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2006 at 05:30 AM

    hi,

    every link explain each situation ,but, my situation is

    that i use print program RFFOAVIS_FPAYM and in the program include RFFORI99 form SORTIERUNG

    there's a line that check if REGUH-SRTF2 is not initial

    than the sort made by reguh otherwise the sort made from

    the sort variant parameter from the program.

    the field REGUH-SRTF2 is always not initial how can i make it initial ? ? that all i want to know.

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    • Former Member

      hi

      what u need to do is find an enhancement point and read from the internal table u have performed your selection and modify the field you need to be initial. you can use modify or loop into tat internal table and remove the data in tat field.

      try this and it should do the job

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