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EBS MT940 - Transaction Type NTRF and NCHK

In one of our client we are receiving MT940 statement from the bank, bank statement provide transaction type NTRF for all kind of outgoing payments. Hence we cannot able to define two different interpretation 11 for cheque and 19 for reference.

Currently I assigned 11 cheque interpretation which is clearing outgoing cheques, but outgoing transfers are not clearing since bank reference is comparing with cheque number which does not exist.

Can anyone assist?

Thanks in advance!

B/R

Prashant rane

:61:1303040304D1445,00NTRF00606469

GTC130110

:86:999 00606469

:61:1303110310D60,00NTRFDOZ 10 100313//7331303105 00275

GTC106924

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  • Posted on May 08, 2013 at 04:26 AM

    Hello Expert,

    Can anyone assist on my query?

    B/R

    Prashant Rane

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    • Former Member

      Hi Prashant

      You can try the option of going for a user exit to change the interpretation algo from 11 to 19 as there is no distinct information that can be used for search string.

      As per the above example, the condition for the user exit can be,

      if check number subfield is initial and bank reference subfield is not initial then change the algorithm from 011 to 019.

      Regards

      Nikhil Kothari

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