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Payment Medium Format

Hi All:

I have created a new payment medium format.

Now I need to use it!

By default, F110 shows only regular programs in the printout/data medium tab like RFFOUS_C/T/RFFOEDI1 etc.

What settings do I need to make to make this program and an associated variant available in F110?!

Waiting.........

Vj

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  • Posted on Nov 16, 2007 at 05:29 PM

    hi VJ,

    Go to FBZP transaction, Country Payment Medium. Slect your payment medium and you will can see the print report. (RFF...).

    To use that in F110 you must creat a print variant. Enter in SE38 and enter report assigned on your payment term. Inside this report you will assign your payment term again and your Bank Data. Save this variant and go to F110.

    If this is your question, I hope it help you.

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      Marssel:

      Thanks for your reply.

      This is what I have configured in FBZP:

      Payment methods in Country > Payment Method (ACH) > Use payment medium workbench: here I have specified my new Payment Medium Format Z_ABC_TEST

      I did not find see print report here.

      Do I have to specify anything in Payment Methods in Company Code??? The form data here is F110_US_DTA, any changes here?? (I don't think any changes are required here)

      As regards SE38, the drop down list for program does not list my program Z_ABC_TEST.

      Any ideas??

      Thanks,

      Vj

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    Posted on Nov 16, 2007 at 05:38 PM

    Hi Vj.

    First Go to T-Code OBVCS then create a pay. method dedicated to this Payment medium. Select redio button for Use Payment Medium Workbench. Assign your format in the Payment Medium area in the field "Format" below Use Payment Medium Workbench.

    Hope this helps

    JS

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