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Whenever i try to maintain bank details infotype for type bank transfer system is throwing error "Please do not enter data for payment method bank transfer". I have checked FBZP settings but still no solution. Even initialized the field bank control key but not getting the result. Please guide.

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 04:17 AM

    Check the tables V_T042ZL and V_T042E properly....payment methods and payment methods assigned to country and company code...and also ask your FI people to check from their end.


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  • Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 08:15 AM

    Hi config is correct on that end. System is coming to one statement and giving error there.

    • check bank account identification

    IF payment_method_detail-xbkkt IS INITIAL.

    IF NOT ( bank_key IS INITIAL AND bank_account IS INITIAL

    AND bank_controlkey IS INITIAL ).


    MESSAGE e568(rp) WITH payment_method_text "XPVAHRK041590

    RAISING error.

    I do not understand thsi syntax and it is giving error in this command about value being initial whereas it should not be.

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      1. Go to transaction FBZP

      2. Click on the button Payment Methods by Country

      3. Go to the country in question and choose payment methods bank transfer. Open details

      4. Ensure the following:

      4a... Payment Method Classification is set to BANK TRANSFER

      4b... In the Required master record specifications, the BANK DETAILS box is checked. Preferably even the ACCOUNT NUMBER REQUIRED box.

      Don't make any other changes. Save, transport and test.

      It would be best advised to carry out these activities with an FI consultant at hand.

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