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how many lockboxes present?

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How to see, how many lock boxes present in a country or housebank? Is there any T-code or Table where i can see the list?

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2007 at 01:41 AM

    Hi Deepa,

    Check OB10 T.code. This will give you some info.

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2007 at 12:53 PM

    hi deepa

    In SAP we don't have complete list of lockbox available. We only configure the settings based on the client lockbox. If you want to see in your system how many lockbox are configured you can use Tcode OB10. SAP support BAI and BAI2 formats of lockbox and EDIFACT message 823 as well. Table relating to lockbox structure you can find in FLB01 to FLB09. This tables will have the structure how the files will be processed. You can use FLB2 transaction to upload a lockbox file. Hope this helps. If this is useful, pls. assign points.

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      Hi Srinivasan

      I tried to see in OB10 but i couldnot see any list. Then i tried using table T049L, but in that also i cudnt see anything.Actually they are using lock boxes and i am unable to see the list at on place.

      Any ways thanks all for answering to my problem

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