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Effective Entry Date

I am creating an ACH Payment run through F110. I want the posting date to be the current date, I want the date that the bank will see on the file to be tomorrows date. I thought that setting up the bank determination for payment transaction (FBZP) would allow me to do this. I used the house bank for payment method O (EFT Payment) and set the "Days to Value Date" at 1. I thought this would show a posting date of 8-24-2009 and when I would like at the file the bank see it would show 8-25-2009 in the Batch Header Record.

When I do my run I am still getting today's date in the file. Does anybody know what I am missing?

Thanks for the help!

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2009 at 01:17 AM

    Hi Marcus,

    What are you using as Run Date? In addition, please confirm that you want to post the accounting doc on Aug, 24, but you want the bank to see Aug, 25. Is this correct?

    Thanks

    Dberts

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      Hi,

      You will have the field for value date in the structure (FPAY, FPAYH etc) for the DME. The ABAPer can add +1 to the date using a function module.

      Please revert if the answer you wer looking was different.

      Thanks and Regards,

      Anit

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2009 at 04:22 PM

    Hi Marcus,

    Also, please check transaction code OBBA. It migth be there what you are looking for.

    Tks

    Dberts

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