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ACH payments using RFFOEDI1

I am using RFFOEDI1 for ach payments with idoc type PEXR2002. Do i need to choose between CCD,CTX or PPD? Does it make any difference in the idoc generated?

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  • Posted on May 27, 2010 at 04:07 PM

    Hello,

    Yes, the supplements add new features ( fields or registers ) for the file generated. Depending on your business requirements you should choose one of these supplements.

    Regards,

    REnan

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      Renan,

      Thanks for the reply. I don't see an option to choose between CCD, CTX or PPD when I configure classic payment medium using the RFFOEDI1 program in FBZP or in se38 when I execute the program.

      Paul

  • Posted on May 27, 2010 at 05:39 PM

    Hello !

    I have not seen anybody using program RFFOEDI1 to generate ACH payments. RFFOEDI1 is used to generate IDOC's, and the document you mentioned (PEXR2002) is the REMADV file not the ACH payment.

    I've seen many people using PMW with ACH format and then choosing one supplement. If you check the option in FBZP you'll see that for PMW you can add suplements.

    Hope this helps you!

    Regards,

    Renan

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      Hi Renan,

      Unless you are using flat file format, you will have to use Idocs to generate ach payments out of SAP. Most banks in US and Canda accepts SAP Idocs for ACH payments. The bank I am currently working with accepts PEXR2002 formats with PAYEXT message type for ACH payments with some slight modifications. I just wanted to know whether CCD or CTX make difference in the idoc degments generated.

      Paul

  • Posted on May 27, 2010 at 06:00 PM

    Hello Paul,

    Thanks for leting me know about this option. I guess I'm not able to help further, as I'm used to use PMW.

    Maybe another expert can help in this case.

    Regards,

    Renan

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      Hi Renan,

      Thanks for sharing knowledge,

      We are also facing a same problem, Can you please share more information about configuration of PMW for Payment process.

      Really appreciated if you could share steps of APP configuration and if unique steps of PMW

      Regards,

      Anil

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    Posted on Aug 09, 2010 at 05:23 PM

    thanks

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2012 at 03:08 PM

    RFFOEDI1 only creates IDOC with message messae types PAYEXT or REMADV (depending on the vendor master set up). For this program (payment method), there is no configuration distinguishing CCD or CTX. All the iDOCs created are identical. Once these iDOCs are created, the iDOC data is converted into CTX (with details) or CCD (without details) formats. This piece is completed by the EDI team and is not in SAP. For example, there can be a script for EDI conversion from iDOC to X12 based on the payment method or payment method and vendor combination to determine whether to write CCD or CTX data into X12.

    Data in X12 format (a.k.a EDI 820 files) is transferred to the bank (one file per IDOC). Bank then converts this data into NACHA format before processing it. Please note that some banks do charge money for converting X12 records to NACHA format, therefore, it may be wise to use Payment Medium Workbench Format ACH. This provides a flat file that cant be FTP'd to the Bank's server in CTX, CCD, or PPD formats.

    I hope this helps

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