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I am working on DME files and I am new ,Is there anybody have configuration steps ?

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 06:21 AM


    What is DME...????

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    • Hi,

      Data Medium Exchange Engine


      The Data Medium Exchange (DME) Engine enables you to define file formats that meet the requirements of your financial institution. By doing so, you model an externally defined bank format in the R/3 System, which allows you to send or receive data in the form of DME files in this format.

      The ability to define these formats in the R/3 System is particularly important as there is no worldwide or regional standard format. In some cases, no country standard exists and the file must comply with bank-specific standards. Covering such numerous and varied local format requirements is very difficult in standard software, but the DME Engine now enables you to define your particular local format yourself u2013 without any ABAP programming knowledge or coding. With this Customizing tool, in the form of a graphical editor, you can define new formats flexibly and, as format requirements change, modify existing ones efficiently.

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