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You can use one-time SEPA direct debit (SDD) orders to make payments in the single euro payments area (SEPA).

Integration

You can create one-time SDD orders in the transaction for external payment orders (F9I1) and for foreign payment orders (transaction: F9OF).

Note Note

You are not allowed to create an SDD order in the transaction for internal or backdated payment orders (transactions F9I2 and F9IC respectively).

End of the note.

The existing functions for posting ordering party items in the system and transferring the recipient items to the payment transaction system are almost the same for the creation of an external/foreign payment order. The difference is that internal recipient items are sent to the external system for an SDD order instead of being posted within the system.

Prerequisites

You have made the following settings in Customizing for Bank Customer Accounts (IS-B-BCA):

  • You have specified that the type of the ordering party transaction is a credit by choosing   Account Management   Basic Functions in Account Management   Maintain Transaction Types  .

  • You have set up the processing time by choosing   Account Management   Default Values   Define Processing Time for SEPA Orders  .

  • You have defined the payment control of the payment method as According to SEPA by choosing   Account Management   Basic Functions in Account Management   Maintain Media/Payment Method  .

  • You have selected the mandate check for the recipient transaction type by choosing   Account Management   Basic Functions in Account Management   Maintain Transaction Types  .

Features

Mandate Reference

The system provides input help for the mandate reference field, which lists the mandates that are stored in the ordering party mandate. If you select a mandate from the input help, the system automatically fills the creditor ID, the recipient IBAN (if this field is displayed on the screen), and the account holder name.

Creditor ID

You can define a creditor ID in the business partner dialog (ID type BKK100 is available there for the creditor ID), which the system defaults in the Creditor ID field of the dialog for creating an SDD order. If you define more than one creditor ID, the system does not default this value and you need to manually enter the creditor ID.

Due Date

The system enables you to enter any date including a holiday as the due date. You can make Customizing settings so that the system issues an information message rather than a warning message if the due date entered is a holiday.

Processing Time for One-Time SDD Orders and SDD Order Creation

This graphic is explained in the accompanying text.

Based on the due date and the values that you defined in the Customizing activity Define Processing Time for SEPA Orders, the system calculates the earliest and latest posting date as illustrated in the graphic above, and explained below.

The following is how the posting date of the transaction affects processing:

  • If the current posting date of the transaction is before the earliest posting date, the system issues an error message, and you cannot post the SDD order.

  • If the current posting date of the transaction is on or after the earliest posting date and is on or before the latest posting date, you can post the SDD order.

  • If the current posting date of the transaction is after the latest posting date, the system issues an error message, and you cannot post the SDD order.

Mandate Checks

The system checks that the following applies if you select the mandate check for the transaction type of the payment order:

  • The ordering party mandate exists in the system.

  • The creditor ID exists.

  • If the mandate type is for one-time collection, the mandate has not already been used.

  • If there is more than one recipient, each recipient mandate is unique.

  • The creditor ID does not have a global lock.

  • The mandate is active and valid on the posting date of the payment order.

    Note Note

    The mandate reference, creditor ID, and recipient IBAN uniquely identify a mandate stored in the ordering party mandate. All the above checks are based on the ordering party mandates only.

    You can make Customizing settings so that the system issues an information message rather than a warning message if the creditor ID cannot be found. If you do this, the system does not execute the above checks except the check for the mandate existence.

    End of the note.
SDD Order Checks

If you have set the payment control of the payment method to According to SEPA and if the ordering party transaction is a credit, the system checks that the following applies:

  • The Customizing settings in the Customizing activity Define Processing Time for SEPA Orders have been made for the payment method in the payment order

  • The recipient party ID consists of the IBAN and BIC (SWIFT)

  • The transaction currency of the payment order is euro

  • Based on the due date, you can post the SDD order on the current transaction posting date, which must be on or between the earliest and latest posting dates

  • The posting date of the payment order is not before the transaction posting date (backdating is not possible)

  • The earliest posting date is not after the latest posting date

Forwarding the Recipient Item to the Payment Transaction System

Once you have posted the payment order successfully, the system forwards the recipient item of an SDD order to the payment transaction system regardless of whether the recipient is internal.

Activities

You can do the following activities:

Activity

Transaction

BAPI

Note

Create an outgoing SDD order

Create External Payment Order (F9I1)

BKK_RFC_PAYM_ORDER_POST

Create an outgoing SDD order

Create Foreign Payment Order (F9OF)

BKK_RFC_PAYM_ORDER_POST

Postprocess, or change an outgoing SDD order

F9OH

Create a return order

Create Return Order (F9IK)

Only the following SDD and mandate checks are possible:

  • Due date is mandatory

  • Transaction currency must be euro

  • Mandate reference is mandatory

  • Creditor ID is mandatory

Delete an outgoing SDD order

Delete Outgoing SDD Order (F9PO06)

This is possible only for payment orders that you have not yet posted.

Display an outgoing SDD order

Display Outgoing SDD Order (F9I3)

Release/reject an outgoing SDD order

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