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Blank space at the end of the TXT file using FDTA (T.code)

We have created payment runs in Quality Client as follows:

1. Payment Run ID MSA01 Run Date: 24.02.2011

2. Payment Run ID MSA11 Run Date: 24.02.2011

The resulting DME Files are as per our attachment.

The file got rejected by the bank due to an extra white space on the last

line of the DME File. The file should end immediately after the last

character in the fle. We have not done any thing to the DME File structure.

The connection to SAP CQ1 is now open and your user id and password are

in the secure area.

Thanks.

Regards,

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    Posted on Mar 01, 2011 at 10:20 AM

    Is the file downloaded through standard or through custom programs?

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2014 at 09:51 AM

    Did you ever resolve this problem? The note only refers to multiple carriage returns.

    I've looked at the code and a char(255) has to be passed to TEMSE_SCHREIBEN (Can't pass a variable string or it crashes). I've tried making sure that the rest of the chars in the char string have a binary null value but that hasn't resolved the problem. It seems that even if the data is sitting in the buffer with null values for the rest of the line, the action of downloading the data converts the nulls to spaces.

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