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OBPM2 and OBPM3

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i have done setting in OBPM1 and OBPM4. but which setting done in OBPM2 and OBPM3 i have no idea about that tcode.

so how to do it.

keshavp

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    Posted on Oct 30, 2010 at 12:41 PM

    Hello

    OBPM2 -> You enter the Note to Payee related information here.

    Various data medium formats provide varying amounts of space for the note to payee. These typically contain a fixed number of lines of varying length with line item data that is relevant to the business partner.

    Furthermore, the note to payee contents is dependent on a number of factors. This is why the entity note to payee type is available. The note to payee is assigned to a payment method for a certain application area ( Origin).

    You determine the structure and content of a note to payee in two places in Customizing. Firstly, you decide how much space to allocate for the note to payee of your choice in a Format.

    You determine the content of the reference information in Note to payee Customizing.

    OBPM3 -> You customize 'Customer Settings for the Format' selected in OBPM1 here. If you go to OBPM1 and select a required payment medium format and look for details, you can see a push button showing 'Customer Settings for the Format'. After clicking this, you reach OBPM3 transaction.

    I hope this information helps.

    Best regards,

    Suresh Jayanthi.

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