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E1: 74: SEPA Direct Debit Extractor Does Not Replace Special Characters From UDC 74|RS For ISSR tag (R743005) (Doc ID 2966376.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 08, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When using SEPA Direct Debit Extractor (R743005), the resulting XML file will have the special characters defined in UDC 74|RS replaced for most tags but not for <Issr> tag.

This results in invalid XML files that are rejected by the bank.


  1. In UDC 74|RS (Replace Character in String), enter a number of characters to be replaced.
  2. In Work With Business Units (P0006), add the above special characters in a Business Unit’s Description.
  3. In Address Book (P01012), add the same special characters for a Customer’s Alpha Name and set the Customer’s Business Unit to the Business Unit set used at previous step.
  4. From Work With Customer Ledger (P03B2002), enter an Invoice for the above Customer.
  5. Set the SEPA Direct Debit Extractor - EU - 03B (R743005) Processing Options: General > 9. Remittance Identification Issuer and General > 10. Remittance Identification Issuer value to blank.
  6. Set the Create Automatic Debit Batch (R03B571) Processing Options for version ZJDE0005 to use the R743005 version modified at previous step.
  7. Run Create Automatic Debit Batch (R03B571) for the Invoice created at step 4.
  8. Verify the XML file generated by R743005 did not replace the special characters for the <Issr> tag (although it replaced the special characters for tag <Nm> confirming the setup was correct).




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