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Note to payee - saved in SAP

Dear all,

I have a problem concerning the note to payee when running the FS-CD payment run (FPY1): I customized the note to payee and I can find the note to payee text as expected in the generated dme file. However, I was expecting the find the note to payee also somewhere SAPs data base tables. Especially I was expecting to find the note to payee text in the table DFPAYHT or maybe in the table DPAYH.
So my questions are the following:

Is my assumption wrong? Aren’t the generated note to payee texts saved in the SAP tables?
If they are: Where can I found them and what can prevent them of being stored?

Any help is highly appreciated

Felix

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    Mar 28, 2017 at 09:39 AM

    Anybody who can help?

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    Apr 11, 2017 at 10:49 AM

    It seems that the note to payee is not stored in tables.

    The table DFPAYHT store FI related avis'.

    Regards

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  • Jul 12, 2017 at 01:41 PM

    Hi Felix,

    Texts are not generally stored in the databases. They are stored as standard text in the system.

    Where you maintain those text, you can go to that editor and find the key to retrieve the text.

    Key can be found as follows:

    Use these details and pass to FM - READ_TEXT and this will give the text details.

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  • Jun 18 at 12:40 PM

    Hi Felix,

    Note To Payee Texts are generated during payment media creation with information from tables DPAYH and DPAYP. The Text is passed to payment media (or printed in case of AVIS) but not stored in any SAP table.

    To test the Note To Payee creation you can use the simulation button in FQP5.

    All the single information like contract account or payment amount you can get from the tables above.

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