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Alternative payee in vendor Master - In House Cash

Hi,

We have In House Cash Set up for Payments..

For a particular vendor X0001, the Bank Country is DK and has an alternative Payee maintained in the vendor master which has an alternative Payee X0002 and this X0002 has Bank Country SE.

The Invoice is in currency SEK..and payment Method A

The table IHC_TAB_APM_TT is maintained with the following conditions..

1200 Bank Transfer A 100200

1200 Bank Transfer A GBP 100200

1200 Bank Transfer A SEK 100200

1200 Bank Transfer A DE EUR 100100

1200 Bank Transfer A DK DKK 100100

1200 Bank Transfer A PL PLN 100100

1200 Bank Transfer A SE SEK 100100

The problem is after execution of F110, the inbound IDOC in IHC0 is not getting generated..it is in error..

I checked in Debug mode and it is picking up transaction type 100200 instead of 100100 . Any reason why this is picking up 100200 and not 100100 transaction type. If the Vendor Bank Country(Alternative Vendor's Bank country) is SE and the transaction currency is SEK, it should pick up the last record.. rather it is picking up the third record.. Any idea why?

Thanks in Advance..

Regards,

SAPFICO

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 05:49 AM

    Hi,

    Can you please check whether it is picking the recipient country as SE in debugging mode itself. I think it might have not picked it.

    Also just for test purpose, pls remove this record 1200 Bank Transfer A SEK 100200 and then try running the scenario.

    Regards,

    Ravi

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