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Ordering Party field

Under Administration -->Administration --> System Initialization --> Company Details --> Basic Initialization tab there is a field named "Ordering Party". In the SDK help:

OrderingParty Property.Description

Sets the ordering party ID for the Payment Engine add-on.

Do you have any idea how it is used for?

Thank you in advance,

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 03:11 PM

    The field is in the oadm table and also available another table is OPEX.

    PaymentRunExport is a business object that enables you to export data of automatic payments for both incoming payments and outgoing payments to vendors. The automatic payments data is generated by running the Payment Wizard in SAP Business One. The property type of all properties in this object is read-only.

    This object enables you to:

    Retrieve a payment by its key.

    Save the object in XML format.

    Source table: OPEX.


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    • This field is required for the interface with the Payment Engine add-on. The primary use is a identity of the party that send the order. the definition of party can be seen in BOE, i.e. order prepared by one party (drawer) who instructs another party (drawee) to pay a certain sum to a third party (payee) at a due date. So, I am sure the meaning can be same but different application. ordering party seems applicable in Australian local setting (based on payment engine help file)


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