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ACH Nacha file transfer to ECC

requirement is some bank sends ACH Nacha file and this need to be transmitted to ECC via SAP PI.

If anybody has done this please provide inputs OR if there is any standard program available in ECC to read this file, please let me know

Iam looking at the file format.

It has

1) File Header Record

with in this it has 2) Batch Header Record

With in this 3) First Entry Detail Record (unbounded)

At the same level as 3) another one 4) Second entry detail record...(optional and unbounded)

At the level as 2) Batch Control Record

At the level of 1) file control Record.

If you can google it you can get ACH NACHA format.

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 10:13 AM

    Hi Vamsi,

    You can create the file in ACH format which is then sent to Bank. The file can be created in SAP via

    a) Classic Payment Medium Program RFFOUS_T

    or a better option would be:

    b) Payment Medium Workbench (PMW) with format ACH

    This file created in ACH format is sent to Bank and Bank sends the file in BAI EBS. This is the usual case.

    But you have mentioned that Bank sends you the file in ACH format. I think you are inquiring about the US format for electronic bank statement. The inbound payment to SAP from the bank for the bank statement is the BAI format. You can see this option on the selection screen for RFEBKA00 - under Elect. bank statement format. Can you please recheck.

    Kind Regards


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