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Need to use event 0600 for Incoming Payment Method Only

Hi,

I am using event 600 in Payment Program (FPY1) to clear items at contract level. I want to use/activate this event only for Incoming Payment Run (ACH) and do not want to use this when running Payment Run for Outgoing Payments (Checks). In the payment run, this event is called after payment program gathers all the due open items. This event helps group open items at contract level and later payment program checks the balance for each group and payments are cleared. Could anyone suggest me how to use this event for Incoming Payment Run only as it is creating unwanted issues in Outgoing Payment Run. Please suggest any other event that I can use? or any restrictions I can use within event 600? Any help is appreciated.

Regards,

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    Posted on May 03, 2012 at 01:04 PM

    Hi,

    You should not trigger your code in Event 0600 only if the Payment Method relates to an outgoing Payment.

    Therefore you should first establish the outgoiing payment method for cheques.

    Then implement the program ogic in Event 0600 to only trigger the contract-level grouping if the payment method is not equal to the outgoing payment method.

    Payment method field is PYMET_KK.

    Regards,

    Ivor M

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    • Former Member Ivor Martin

      Hi Ivor,

      Yes, I looked at that event 610 (and also 601) and found the logic. Fortunately, there is structure FKKPY_PARA available in event 600 too which I didn't notice earlier. I fixed this code and it is working fine now. Thanks for all your support 😊

      Regards,

      Praveen

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