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FI-CA import MT940 file to Multicash

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Is there a standard solution in IS-U to import a MT940 fil to Multicash

Kind regards

Preben Vestbjerg

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  • Posted on Aug 07, 2012 at 10:17 AM

    Hi Preben,

    You can use transaction FPB7 (Report-RFKKKA00) for your purpose.

    The report selects payments, returns, payment orders, and check encashments that were imported into the bank data storage can be directly transferred to a payment lot, payment order lot, or returns lot.

    Check encashments are not saved in a lot, they are posted immediately in the transfer program. As an alternative to the transfer to a lot or direct posting (check encashments), you can output selected data from the bank data storage to a file. You can import these into a payment, payment order, or returns lot in a subsequent step, or for check encashments, run the posting.

    When you convert country-specific bank formats into the MultiCash format, you can use this report to transfer data from a MultiCash statement and sales file to payment and returns lots in FI-CA.

    You need to perform system settings for the same.

    IMG->Financial Accounting->Bank Accounting -> Business Transactions -> Payment Transactions -> Electronic Account Statement ->Make Global Settings for the Electronic Bank Statement.

    Define a transaction category for each country and assign the following external transaction codes and the corresponding +/- sign to these transaction categories. To do this, choose Assign External Transaction Codes to Posting Rules. You only have to make the specifications in the columns ExtTrans and +/- Sign. Note that to post negative amounts, you have to maintain the external transaction codes for positive and negative amounts

    Also make the following settings under IMG->.Financial Accounting->>Contract Account receivable and payable->Business Transactions -> Payments -> Processing Incoming/Outgoing Payments

    • Define Bank Clearing Accounts for Payment Lots
    • Define Clarification Accounts
    • Define Transactions for Transferring Electronic Account Statement
    • Enter the external transaction codes and specify whether they are for payments or returns.
    • Define Interpretation Rules for Note to Payee

    Hope it helps

    Thanks,

    Amlan

    

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