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Help with Form F110_US_DTA for ACH file to be sent to bank

Hi ppl,

I'm implementing new house bank in the system for ACH payments

the NACHA file format for that bank is given to me.

the bank's needs a variation in the format.

they want effective entry date in the Batch Header Record 5, Pos 70-75 to be greater than the Creation Date located in the File Header Record 1

Im using the form F110_US_DTA for the file that is to be generated to sent to bank

How Do I make changes to this form to satisfy the requirement

Or basically where do I change the format of forms like F110_US_DTA etc..

What is T-code for that...

Thank You Very much

your help will be appreciated

Also tell me how can I assign you points..

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 08:13 PM

    Oh and i forgot to tell you about assigning points i think you need to login to SDN and select the message you posted.

    And at the left hand side of each reply you will have the option to give points.

    Subsequently you could mark this thread as answered at the top of the thread.

    Thanks,

    Praveen

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 07:34 PM

    Hi,

    If you are using the standard program by which i mean you have selected to use class payment medium programs at Payment Method/Country combination in FBZP Tcode.

    You will have to go with the existing format or create a new program which will generate according to the format requested by the bank and assign the same here.

    Or else select the Payment Medium Work Bench at Payment Method/Country Combination in FBZP tcode

    Assign an existing ACH format or modify the existing format to the one requested by your bank.

    Changes can be done at the following IMG Node

    ARandAP>BT's>OP's>AOP's>PM>Make Settings for Payment Medium Formats from Payment Medium Workbench>Adjust Payment Medium Format.

    Thanks,

    Praveen

    All you need to do is assigh thie

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 07:43 PM

    Hi Praveen,

    Thanks for the reply.

    I know that Menu path.

    Our company is using 4.6 B and some how this version doesnt have that Menu path...

    I need to figure out some other way

    Is there anything else that you can suggest.

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 10:40 PM

    An ACH NACHA file has the following components..

    File Header Record(1)

    This gain has many fileds like Record type code, priority code, immediate destination etc

    Batch header Record(5)

    Record type code, company Identification

    Entry Detail Record(6)

    Transactioncode, Check digit etc

    Addenda Record(7)

    Record Type Code...etc

    Batch Control Record(8)

    File Control Record(9)

    Batch Count, block count etc...

    Now This is the Layout which the company wants to implement

    The commpany is already using an ACH file for an old bank.

    But wants to implement a New Bank with a lil variation of old NACHA format

    In SAP where can I set these fields or parameters.....

    for some programs I can goto System->Status and double click on program and goto ABAP editor and change fields.

    But for this ACH where can go and set the parameters according to requirements

    There is actually one more requirement...

    In the ACH file The New banks wants the

    File Creation Date (It is entry in field no 5 of File Header Record(1) of ACH file)

    this date should be less than Effective Entry DAte (It is an entry in Field no 9 in Batch Header Record(5))

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