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Check number and PO NUmber in Idoc PEXR2002

Hello Gurus,

I am having a problem with Idoc of outgoing Payment. We are Using Idoc PEXR2002 with Message type "PAYEXT" for outgoing Payment. We need the PO Number (EBELN) and Check Number (CHECT) in the IDOC. Does somebody tell me how to send the PO Number (EBELN) and Check Number (CHECT) in the Payment Idoc? Is there any User Exit available to populate Check No and PO Number? If yes what is the SAP note No ? Please update me with solution. Help will be highly appreciated

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on Jun 27, 2007 at 03:22 PM

    Hi,

    Check number can be updated in a segment. Is the check number getting populated in the document? Check number will be definitely in PAYR table.

    With regard to PO number, my question is there will be multiple invoices against one payment. These invoices will be pertaining to different invoices. In such a scenario, which PO # to populate in Idoc. But if you are making payment against each invoice separately, then you need to explore whether PO # can be captured in Payment document or whether it can be populated in a segment from invoice document.

    Thanks

    Murali.

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      Murali

      I cant able to bring the check number in my Idoc when I pay my vendor and generate I doc it wont give me the check number. I also tried to check the vendor line item and go to the cleared item and tried to see the check number but check number is not there as well. I dont have any problem when I am running a F110 program wihtout generating Idoc. It gave me check number but not with the Idoc. Is there any special setting I need to do it in order to create check number in Idoc? ACH payment is perfectly working fine with Idoc.

      Please advice?

  • Posted on Jun 27, 2007 at 03:41 PM

    PO Number:

    As SAP will not update PO number at line item level (except for downpayments), you have to use one of the following exits.

    EXIT_SAPLIEDP_002

    EXIT_SAPLIEDP_901

    EXIT_SAPLIEDP_902

    EXIT_SAPLIEDP_903

    Check Number:

    Because PEXR2002 already contains segment E1EDK12. Implement the program changes for Include ZXF08U04 in function group XF08. This causes that the check

    number with qualifier 026 is transferred in segment E1EDK12.

    Regards

    Siva

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      > Check Number:

      > Because PEXR2002 already contains segment E1EDK12.

      > Implement the program changes for Include ZXF08U04 in

      > function group XF08. This causes that the check

      > number with qualifier 026 is transferred in segment

      > E1EDK12.

      >

      > Regards

      > Siva,

      I completely understand your point regarding PO but I did not get Check thing.

      You mean is that I need to apply some OSS note in order to bring check Number?

      We are using ECC 5. I saw 2 OSS notes related to that but they are for old release like 4.6b and 4.6c. Can you also give me some comments on the reply I sent murali?

      Thanks in advance both of you guys.

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    Posted on Jul 10, 2007 at 07:44 AM

    Hi Farooq,

    Good day!

    I am currently working on configuring payment program via EDI using PEXR2002 and message type: PAYEXT....

    I have done all the configuration and got a message "IDoc generated" but system is not creating the IDoc Number....can you please provide me the configuration steps.... so that i can cross check and correct my error.

    Thanks in advance for your quick response

    Have A Nice Day

    Regards..Vinay

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