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Renaming of DME file in F110 when running payments within 10mins

Hi All,

i would like to ask if is it possible that we can have a enhancement in F110, wherein when running two payments consecutively, the file naming will also have increments. since the standard process of SAP in one payment run per day. so when we try to run two payments, the first one were overwritten by the second one when we check it in AL11. is there any user exit that we can use to enhance this?

thanks much,


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  • Posted on Aug 03, 2012 at 08:50 AM

    Hello Jhen,

    What is the payment run program used to generate the DME file? You can check it in the F110 configuration - trxn. FBZA.



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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2014 at 11:26 AM


    I am not an FI Consultant but worked on a few developments on Payment Runs and Payment Files.

    1.To my knowledge there is no restriction on no.of payment runs in SAP.Every Payment Run will have Payment Run Date(LAUFD) and Payment Run ID (LAUFI) which will be Unique.On the same day if you have to do multiple runs then the we will be changing Payment Run ID (LAUFI) so that every payment run has a unique identification which can be used later for referrence.

    2.It is always advisable and considered as the best practice to include the Payment Run date and Payment Run ID in the file name that is getting extracted to Application Server.This way you can overcome the risk of files getting overwritten.For ex Payment file can be named as

    Payments_20140110_PID1.Usually we will club all the payments of a certain Payment Method into one Payment Run and give Payment Method as Payment Run ID while doing the Payment Run in F110.It may differ.Basic funda is to include payment run date and payment run id in the file name.


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