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EAR9.2: Cannot Remit DD To Bank As Bank ID or Bank Account Number Not In Micr ID (Doc ID 2634593.1)

Last updated on MARCH 30, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When attempting to Remit DD, the following error occurs.

ERROR
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The Direct Debit ID, 43, will be rejected by the remit process. (6843,57)
This Direct Debit will be rejected by the remit process. Either the external
Bank ID or the Bank Account Number is not referenced on the Customer MICR ID.


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Bank Integration Layouts setup
2. Remittance set to S
3. External Bank Account setup
4. Account Information setup
5. Collection Method setup
6. Direct Debit Profile setup
7. MICR IS Information setup
8. Customer General Information
9. Customer Payment Method Options
10. Receivables Definition with GL BU different then AR BU
11. Ledger For a Unit Setup
12. Create New Mandate for BU NLDE1 (same as GL BU) for Customer ID NLD04
13. Approve Mandate
14. Mandate Approved
15. Create Item for BU NLD01 different then GL BU and Customer ID NLD04
16. Pay Method DD
17. Item Posted
18. Create Direct Debit with Auto Remit Direct Debit checkbox disabled
19. Click on Remit to the Bank button and below message error occurs:
Message

The Direct Debit ID, 42, will be rejected by the remit process. (6843,57)
This Direct Debit will be rejected by the remit process. Either the external Bank ID or the Bank Account Number is not referenced on the Customer MICR ID

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Changes

 

Cause

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