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RFEBKA00 and TA FF67


Hi folks

I have implemented an automatic file-transfer of bankaccounts (FIDES) and book them by background with RFEBKA00(SAPF15).
Now the responsible of FI CM ask me why we do no more seen the bankaccount (saldo and so on) by TA FF67(Overview).
Before implementation the automatic RFEBKA00 it was visible by TA FF67/Overview. Does someone have an idea why and what we can do, to see it also if we book it in background?
Thanks Markus Weiss

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Dear Markus,

When we use the manual process, we update bank information so that system should read the same.

Manual :Let me explain how exactly it works. When you update the information FF67, you enter bank account number opening balance daily transaction and closing balance.

Now what system do, Its go and check the account whether same is available in BNKA table thats for bank. Incase yes then will try to find out all the open transaction available and match the same with the inputs you entry and square it off.

Automatic: FF_5 is the T.code used to upload the file.

Process stand as below.

We customized the system based on Customer specification received from customer bank.

Once the system is customized we try to upload the file provided by bank. Example (SWIFT MT940 or BAI etc)

T.code (FF_5) to upload the file, Here what system perform.

Its too go and check the bank account number ************ and match the same with system. in case it match then it process all the open entries available in bank sub account and it clear all the open entry from bank sub account.

In both the case system perform same process. Advantage of having Electronic or automatic process it reduce your efforts to enter data in system.

Say for example You have a 1000 entries in system for manual process where as in electronic we just upload the file in system and it take care the process.

I hope this answer all your question, You are welcome with any further queries.

Regards,

Jain

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