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EAP: System is Throwing Error when Entering Dutch (Netherland) Postbank Account Number (IBAN) for Vendor (Doc ID 1676727.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 02, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When entering IBAN number for a Netherlands vendor, getting error.


  1. Ensure that IBAN is enterable for NLD.
  2. Go to Vendor and open Vendor Information for a Netherlands vendor.
  3. Go to Payables option for the vendor.
  4. In the Vendor Bank account Information, enter IBAN (for PostBank) and tab out
  5. System populates \Bank Account Number, DFI Qualifier and DFI ID.
  6. Give Bank ID Qualifier as 008 - Netherlands Giro.
  7. Click OK.

Error Message:
NL Giro Bank Account Number cannot contain more than 7 digits. (9450,44)

      8.  Click OK on the error message box.

      9.  Give Bank ID Qualifier as 007 - NL Bank, and click OK.

Error Message:
Bank Account number is not valid. Incorrect check digit. (9450,23)

      10.  When selecting BANK ID = 008 and removing the 3 leading zero's, system should  give following error message:

"DFI ID must be 8 or 11 characters for a SWIFT ID (9450, 6)"




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