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Bank Charge Bearer Has Been Hard-Coded To '2' For Swiss DTA Payment (Doc ID 731082.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 11, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Financials for EMEA - Version 12.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
IBYDE_D_CH_en.rtf

Symptoms

For the Swiss DTA payment, the bearer for the bank charges has been hard coded to '2' (shared). But it
is not always the case.
This is in particular related to the payment type 836.

In fact:
For Payment Type 836, it has been hard-coded to '2'. While the available values are:
0 - all charges debited to the ordering party
1 - all charges debited to the beneficiary
2 - Shared

For Payment Type 830, it is not even defined. The available values that can be used are:
CHG/OUR - all charges debited to the ordering party
CHG/BEN - all charges debited to the beneficiary
Leave it blank if it is shared.

1. The bank charge bearer in payment type 836 is currently defined at
position 109 in TA836_Record5_Type1_L4. However, it is expected the same to
be defined for TA836_Record5_Type1_G4 as well.

2. For payment type 830, the bank charge bearer should be defined at position
1 of Record6.

Changes

 

Cause

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