NACH (National Automated Clearing House) which is the upgraded version of ECS and introduced by National Payments Corporation of India, is a centralised clearing service that aims at providing interbank high volume, low-value transactions that are repetitive and periodic in nature. It has both transaction and file-based transaction processing capabilities. It has binded multiple ECS(Electronic Clearing System) or all the banks in India under one system.
The payment reference contains a key for customer line items which is passed on to the customer in the invoice. The customer should refer to the payment reference when making the payment.
For vendor line items, the key that the vendor passes on in the invoice is entered in the payment reference. In automatic payment transactions, the payment reference can be passed on again to the payee.
Cash Pooling Process is a Cash Management technique that helps organisations in managing their cash centrally. Cash Pooling addresses the challenge of managing the fund laying in multiple bank accounts. Balances of different bank accounts are aggregated into concentration account. This helps companies centralise liquidity management.
In this post, we will discuss on how to restrict characters in DME tree or in PMW File in SAP FI Banking.
PMW File is a bank instruction file generated based on DME tree. It contains information of all the transactions we have made in SAP and helps the bank to perform a similar transaction in real work between our bank and our business partners bank.
In this post, we will check how we can make a field editable in Transaction Code FB02 for already posted documents.
In SAP, there are many fields which can never be changed in FB02 TCode under any circumstances once the document is posted. The reason behind such restrictions is to protect important accounting document data and to avoid fiscal period closer problems, e.g., audit control, out of balance situations.
How can we activate a field for change in Transaction code FB02?
SAP TCode or Transaction Code: FS15 for Send, and FS16 for Receive. Requirement: Suppose you have a requirement of creating GL accounts in different clients. In such cases, these transactions can be used and will reduce the manual effort required for creating GL accounts in different systems.