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Electronic bank statement

Hi Experts,

In a scenario where the periodic statement from bank is not in any established formats like swift etc, how can it be modified to be uploadable in FF_5 ?. The statements are downloaded from bank portal in text or excel formats and now needs to be in an electronic bank statement format. Please provide your valuable suggestions



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    Posted on Aug 03, 2009 at 06:08 AM


    Try converting to Multi cash format using FEBC. There are standard formats. If your format does not come under these also, then the system will not accept your input file. The system does not support other formats.

    May be you have to contact the bank or SAP for your own formats.



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    • Former Member Shony Champakara

      Thanks Shony. That was very helpful.

      I am now trying to buid up the tree . When I upload a file ,how system identify header and transactions ?. I tried with Assignmen t Rules in the root node. But this is also read as a field. So instead of output of a header and another transaction file ,all the records are read as header ( or transaction ..i don't know).

      Please give your valuable suggestions.



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