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Bank Transfer ACH file location


After running the bank transfer program through transaction FDTA, I can see the ACH file there. But is there any way we can find out where this file is getting stored in SAP Application Server? We have to direct that file to a folder on the FTP server.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.



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    Posted on Nov 14, 2007 at 10:13 PM


    When running DME, you have an option to create DME file in SAP application server or Temse (control by parameter 'Output Medium'). If you choose to create in application server, you can specify the full file name (including path id) in 'File Name' parameter. The file name will show up in FDTA.

    If you don't specify full path name (i.e. only file name when run DME), I believe the file is created in 'DIR_DATA' parameter name (can view it physically mapped to directory by running SAP program 'RSPARAM', and search for 'DIR_DATA'.


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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 05:38 AM


    Make sure ur done with the following steps..

    T code: PC00_M99_FPAYM

    Choose the Format Parameters button to enter the company code identifier number.

    The Payment Medium Tool screen displays an overview of the generated payment media, and where it can be viewed and downloaded.

    To display the detail of the documents, double-click the output you wish to view. The Data Medium Overview screen displays. Highlight the line item and choose the Download button or, from the menu bar, choose Edit  Download.

    The File Download dialog box displays. Enter the file name and location of where the file should be saved.

    Choose the Continue button to confirm the download.

    The system will displays the Download successfully completed message

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