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FEBA layout incorrect


Has anyone had issues with the layout of transaction code FEBA, FEBAN or FEBA_BANK_STATEMENT? In one system it looks fine. Heading is "Bank statement subsequent processing" and there is a selection screen with the header: "Bank statement/ check deposit transaction".

In the other system I get a selection pop-up with hdr data and item data. After having made selections, I end up in a screen called "Edit bank statement". Why? It's not nearly as useful.

How do I get the original screen? It makes no difference if I use FEBA or FEBAN or FEBA_BANK_STATEMENT.



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    Posted on Feb 15, 2012 at 09:38 AM


    The screen with "Bank statement subsequent processing" is the original screen for FEBA.

    In your other system, pop-up with header and item data is the original screen for FEBAN.

    If you want to always launch FEBA even with t.code FEBAN, go to t.code SM31, view V_T100C, select area NEW_FEBA and create message 001.



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    • Hi Manjula,

      your question ended up with me, not Ben. Anyway, what I did was go to transaction code SM31. I entered "V_T100C" as Table/View. Then I pressed Maintain.

      A pop-up screen appeared. I entered Application area "NEW_FEBA" and pressed Enter. In the next screen I pressed the button "New entries".

      I entered message 001. Column "User Name" I left blank. Column "Online" I entered "I". Column "Batchl" I entered "I". Then I saved.

      When I use transaction FEBA I now get the old layout. When I use transaction FEBAN I get the new layout.

      Kind regards,


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