SEPA: Direct Deposit XML Message is Incorrect Format - Direct Debit Remittance Format Shows Receipt Twice When Using Receipt Method with Number of Receipt Rule = One per Customer (Doc ID 1980913.1)

Last updated on MARCH 31, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 11.5.10.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Direct Debit Remittance Format output is incorrect in case of receipt method having Number of Receipt Rule = One per Customer (after ER 17414472).

The report is incorrect in the following scenario:
- Customer with two (2) Bill To sites
- One site has the bank account and mandate assigned or the bank account is assigned at the Account Level

You create transactions for both sites, then create Automatic Receipts, using Receipt Method with Number of Receipt Rule = One per Customer.
One receipt will be created for both transactions.

Select the Receipt on a Remittance Batch, approve and format the batch.

The receipt shows twice in Direct Debit Remittance Format:

 <GrpHdr>
  <MsgId>1149</MsgId>
  <CreDtTm>2014-06-22T10:19:34</CreDtTm>
  <NbOfTxs>1</NbOfTxs>
  <CtrlSum>600.00</CtrlSum>
...
  <PmtInf>
    <PmtInfId>1149-1</PmtInfId>
    <PmtMtd>DD</PmtMtd>
  <BtchBookg>false</BtchBookg>
  <NbOfTxs>2</NbOfTxs>
  <CtrlSum>600.00</CtrlSum>
    <PmtTpInf>
      <SvcLvl><Cd>SEPA</Cd></SvcLvl>
      <LclInstrm><Cd>CORE</Cd></LclInstrm><SeqTp>FRST</SeqTp>
...
        <InstrId>DB2201/1</InstrId>
        <EndToEndId>DB2201/1</EndToEndId>
      </PmtId>
      <InstdAmt Ccy= "EUR">600.00</InstdAmt>
...
      <RmtInf>
        <Strd>
          <CdtrRefInf>
            <Tp>
              <CdOrPrtry>
                <Cd>SCOR</Cd>
              </CdOrPrtry>
            </Tp>
            <Ref>10923</Ref>
          </CdtrRefInf>
        </Strd>
      </RmtInf>
......
  <PmtInf>
    <PmtInfId>1149-2</PmtInfId>
    <PmtMtd>DD</PmtMtd>
  <BtchBookg>false</BtchBookg>
  <NbOfTxs>2</NbOfTxs>
  <CtrlSum>600.00</CtrlSum>
    <PmtTpInf>
      <SvcLvl><Cd>SEPA</Cd></SvcLvl>
      <LclInstrm><Cd>CORE</Cd></LclInstrm><SeqTp>RCUR</SeqTp>
...
      <PmtId>
        <InstrId>DB2201/1</InstrId>
        <EndToEndId>DB2201/1</EndToEndId>
      </PmtId>
      <InstdAmt Ccy= "EUR">600.00</InstdAmt>
...
      <RmtInf>
        <Strd>
          <CdtrRefInf>
            <Tp>
              <CdOrPrtry>
                <Cd>SCOR</Cd>
              </CdOrPrtry>
            </Tp>
            <Ref>10922</Ref>
          </CdtrRefInf>
        </Strd>
      </RmtInf>

Cause

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