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Positive Pay file

Hi,

I got a requirement for Positive Pay file ....

requirement is i have to change the generated file as per my client specific...

the file lay out will be like this

DETAIL RECORD account 1

DETAIL RECORD account 1

DETAIL RECORD account 2

DETAIL RECORD account 3

DETAIL RECORD account 3

Account Total Record account 1

Account Total Record account 2

Account Total Record account 3

File total record

and each record having its own fields.....

where can i see the standard generated file .

where can i give the file path...either in fchx transaction?

Warm Regards,

Shobhan.

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2010 at 04:36 PM

    You can take help of ABAPER and generate file in any format using table "PAYR" which contains all the requisite details required for positive pay file.

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    • Hello,

      There are two ways for finding all Open items for one user.

      1.From line item display transaction( FBL1N/3N/5N.).

      2.From the table.

      A:Figure out all document No posted by one user in BKPF(T-cd:SE16),

      B:Search all the Open line items with these document No. in BSIS/BSIK/BSID in SE16.

      Hope above information are userful to you!

      With Best Regards,

      Gladys Xing

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2010 at 12:13 PM

    Dear,

    Please have a look at the below link.

    Positive Pay..

    Please check in ALL transaction code, with the folder in standard is "DIR_HOME".

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