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AP9.2. Incorrect Payment File ISO XML Due to Address Line That Exceeds Maximum Number of Characters - 70 - Mentioned By ISO Standard (Doc ID 2881041.1)

Last updated on JULY 04, 2022

Applies to:

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


Invalid ISO XML payment file is created due to the address line that exceeds the allowed ISO Pain XML max characters – which is 70

Steps to replicate the issue : 


1.On Suppliers> Supplier Information > Add/Update > Add /Update Supplier check for Supplier USA0000001. Go to Address tab and modify the Address1 and Address 2 to add more characters in order to go over the limit of 70 Characters for both addresses.

2.Set external bank account CHCK for bank USBNK with ISO_CT_03 payment layout on EFT payment method and set Financial Gateway as default. ( Banking> Banks and Branches> External Bank Accounts> Bank accounts )

3.Create a voucher for BU US001 and above mentioned vendor and with payment method EFT . ( Acounts payables> Vouchers> Add/Update Voucher )

4.Save and post the voucher

5.Go on Payments page and choose express payment and pay the payment. Run Financial Gateway Electronic Payments process

6.Go on the voucher and take the payment id and post the payment (Accounts Payable > Batch Processes>Payment > Payment Posting

7.Navigate to Financial Gateway > Process Payments > Payment Dispatch and run payment dispatch .

8.Check the payment file and notice that the AdrLine is having a concatenated row of Address1 and Address2 which is over the limit of 70 characters of ISO standard.

Check replication document attached to the sr.




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