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Vendor bank details

Hi All

Recently few vendors wanted to have ACH payments. Now I have to enter their bank details in their master records.

Looks like SAP requires the bank keys already present in the system. And i dont have those entered in the system. What should have been done? Do i have to create a new housebank for that one vendor?

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Manu

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 03:42 PM

    You can normally load all Bank Keys up per Country.

    There is a disc with it on check OSS for this or speak with your BASIS team as they may know about it.

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 03:07 PM

    Hi

    You have to create the bank master data thro FI01.

    S Jayaram

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      So once i create the bank in FI01, do i have to attach any account number to it? because If i attach an account number the I have to specify a GL..

      Once i create, how do i not confuse with my own banks.. 😉 silly question but kindly tell me ..

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 03:27 PM

    Hi

    Vendor gives some bank (bank keys) which are not in SAP system. Hence we create a bank master data with basic essential information, so that when you enter bank details in vendor master, you will get the drop down in Bank key field and it will not throw error. You need not create a House bank for that.

    Hope this is clear

    S Jayaram

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