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FF.5 NOT WORKING!!

Hello,

We are trying to upload electronic bank statements with payments by check, with transaction FF.5.

On customizing we are using interpretation algotirhm 011, for this kind of check operation, and the file is on multicash format.

We checked note number 115147, which is related with this issue, we reviewed the check numbers, and they are equal, with the same characteristics,

same length and number. We checked the numbers on the input files, and transaction FCHI with the same data, averything seems to be fine.

After the process is done, we found out that the result is not correct. The document number is not selected properly. And the compensation

is not succesfully achieved.

We executed the transaction FF.5, on different modes, creating batch input session and poting immediately, and the process just does not work.

After debugging the transaction by our ABAP team, we found that the system aparentelly is selecting the document number from table PAYR,

and found out that it seems to not selecting it, even as we said, taking special care on check number format.

We would like to ask for your help, please, we think we have every thing customized correctly.

Thanks again for your time and help,

Full points if solved

Gabriel

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 01:17 PM

    Hi Gabriel,

    Your informations looks correct. What is the error message when you execute upload archive?

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    • Former Member Marssel Vilaça

      Hello Marssel,

      We got answer from SAP OSS and they said that everything looks correct, It seems to be a problem from the file...the sample that the FI area gave me for testing appears to be wrong...because the check has already been paid. So I will have to wait for other sample for testing purposes.

      Thanks again for your help.

      Gabriel

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