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F110 not reading RFFOUS_T (ACH) variant for incoming payments

All,

I am currently trying to execute a payment run for incoming payments (ACH). I setup a variant for program RFFOUS_T and selected in F110 but proposal isn't being created. I more than likely didn't setup something right and what like to know the missing piece of the puzzle. The proposal log information is below. I am supposed to input a file name for the DME but i'm not sure if it will be created automatically or do I have to specify it. Thank you in advance.

05/09/2011 22:17:32 Job started

05/09/2011 22:17:32 Step 001 started (program SAPF110S, variant &0000000008558, user ID SIMONCO)

05/09/2011 22:17:32 Log for proposal run for payment on 05/09/2011, identification INCOM

05/09/2011 22:17:32 End of log

05/09/2011 22:17:33 Step 002 started (program SAPFPAYM_SCHEDULE, variant &0000000006792, user ID SIMONCO)

05/09/2011 22:17:33 Step 003 started (program RFFOUS_T, variant &0000000000004, user ID SIMONCO)

05/09/2011 22:17:33 Program RFFOUS_T: No records selected

05/09/2011 22:17:33 Job finished

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    Posted on May 09, 2011 at 11:20 PM

    Hi Cordia,

    Have you done F110 before? If it's afirmative, would be easier to follow any documentation. Looking at this log I cannot say anything about your run. Your parameters aren't right. Please, open a successfully F110 run and copy the steps. Check if your documents have bank and payment methods assginments.

    Let me know if you get foward.

    Marssel.

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