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Check interface

My client will be doing the invoice processing in the legacy systems, but want SAP to pay through check. To me this means 2 types of inbound interfaces to SAP: Vendor master and Vendor Invoice line item.

And after the payment is made, we need to send an electronic payment file back to the legacy systems.

Other option is to allow legacy system users to post the invoices directly in SAP, then we don't need any interface. But it is a financial/insurance company and they need to feed in more information than allowed in Standard SAP processing and want an ability to run a query based on some of those additional information fields like license number, contract number etc. We are planning to create additional screens to handle such additional information during invoice processing

Is there another better way to deal with this scenario?

Thanks

Ranjit

Edited by: Ron on Feb 24, 2009 7:15 PM

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 06:53 PM

    You can create a custom web serivce and link that with SAP, and the legacy system user will enter the data from the web service and that information will get updated in SAP.

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  • Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 06:46 PM

    I think it's a good to create more fields through BADI's rather then going for interfaces. You seem to have explored all the possible options.

    Regards,

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