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E1: 74Y: Bank ID Validation - Italy (N7400010) Should Not Set Error 030O On P0030A If P0092 Country Code Is Not IT For Italy (Doc ID 2499182.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Currently when creating a bank account with an IBAN number for an Italian customer or supplier via Bank Accounts By Address (P0030A), the Bank ID Validation - Italy (N7400010) business function called by P0030A sets the following error when clicking on OK:

Error 030O - Bank ID Not on the Italian Bank File

CAUSE . . . . . . .The Bank ID is not on the Italian Bank File F74030.

RESOLUTION . . Use the Italian Bank ID Maintenance program P74030 to add the Bank ID to the file or select a correct Bank ID that is already on the file.

This error is set under the following conditions:

  1. Either the Country field on the Mailing tab of A/B Revisions (P01012) or the Bank Country Code on P0030A itself is set to IT for Italy,

    and

  2. the Localization Country Code on User Profiles (P0092) for the user that is logged in, is not blank.

The error is set even if the P0030A processing option for Customer Bank Account Number is set to 1 so that it is not a required field.

 

Clients are requesting that this error is set only if the Localization Country Code on on User Profiles (P0092) for the user that is logged in is set to IT for Italy. This is because if the user's Loc. Country Code is set to IT, it is most likely that any direct debit or payment file will be sent to an Italian bank. In that case a record for the bank ID (a.k.a. bank transit number, a.k.a. ABI CAB) is mandatory: In Italy, businesses that remit incorrect or incomplete bank identification or account information to the bank are subject to fees.

If a company is located outside of Italy and is sending payments to their Italian suppliers via their local banks, for example if they are located in the Netherlands and send their payments to their Dutch banks, then no setup is needed in P74030.

 

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