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Bank Interface Process...

Hi Gurus

*Some body please explain me the bank interface process.in step wise *

I am able to generate the DME file.

I have received the Import and Export structures from the bank.

Export structure is - MT940.

Please let me know what i supposed to do in detail next steps.

Thanks

Meenakshi N

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2008 at 05:42 PM

    Hi Meenakshi,

    The steps in short are:

    1) Generate DME file;

    2) Upload/Send file from step 1 to i-net bank;

    3) Receive back statement in MT940 format;

    4) Import file from step 3 in to SAP via T-Code FF_5 (As file format choose SWIFT MT940);

    5) In T-Code FEBAN post process imported bank statement;

    Let me know if you need detailed info on this!

    BR,

    Martins

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2008 at 05:00 PM

    Can somebody reply for this post ?

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    Meenakshi.N

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      Hi Meenakshi,

      Subject: Could anybody help me out in SWIFT format generation of Credit /Debit Cofrmatin message (MT900/910).

      I have already generaed the message for 'Request for Transfer' i.e MT101 .When I run the automatic payment run(F110) for any vendor there is program called,RFFOM100 which generated MT100/101 messeges.

      Now I want to import the MT900/910 message which is for Debit /Credit confirmation into SAP .

      Please let me know whcih transation/program I have to run for Debit/Credit confirmation and any configuration settings if required,.

      Please need help me from this issue.

      Thanks

      Babu.

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