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Deletion of a Bank Key

Hi All,

I have a requiremnt where i need to delete bank key.

Through Tcode FI06 we can only set the flag for deletion.

and the tcode OBR4 is used to delete all the bank keys available in a bank country.

But i need to delete a particular Bank key in a particular Country. Is there Any way to do so.

Thanks,

Preethi .

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 09:36 AM

    Hello,

    Setting the deletion flag should be enough, the bank master data for a productive company code should never be physically deleted from the database.

    OBR4 will not allow you to physically delete bank master data for a productive company code anyway i.e. where T001-XPROD = 'X' for the company code you are trying to delete the bank master data for.

    Off course, you can force a deletion from the master data transparent tables but this physical data should never be deleted that way; setting the deletion flag should be enough for your requirement. Please note that forcing this deletion for a productive company code will lead to inconsistent data.

    Cheers,

    Sougata.

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 09:35 AM

    Hai Preethi,

    If you are Doing Custom Program By copying Standard Program SAPF023 .

    Bank Information Available In BNKA Table. In Standard Prog they are filling Internal table IBNKA from BNKA table.

    In Your Program U can restrict the Internal table IBNKA according to your selection.

    Regards,

    Nagaraju

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