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Setting Up Multiple Bank Accounts for Suppliers

Setting Up Multiple Bank Accounts for Suppliers

Concept

You must set up bank account information if you process JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable payments. Depending on the type of information that you process, you must set up bank account information for your company, as well as for your suppliers.

 

Use the Bank Account Cross Reference program (P0030A) to set up bank account information for your suppliers and customers. If you process accounts payable payments using electronic funds transfer, you must set up bank account information for the supplier. You also use this program to associate a bank transit number with a bank address book record.

Procedure

In this task, you will assign multiple bank accounts to a supplier.

Step Action
Navigate to the Bank Account Cross-Reference program (P0030A) from the Automatic Payment Setup menu (G04411).

Click the Automatic Payment Setup link.

Click the Bank Account Cross-Reference link.

Use the Work With Bank Accounts By Address form to review bank accounts for a specific supplier, if necessary, delete a supplier bank account.

Step Action
Click in the Address Number field.

Enter the desired information into the Address Number field. Enter “4344“.
Click the Find button.

Click the 107004381 option.

Click the Select button.

Use the Set Up Bank Accounts By Address form to set up or revise a supplier bank account.

Step Action
Click the Form button.

Click the Multiple Accounts menu.

Use the Set Up Multiple Vendor Bank Accounts form to enter information for one of the supplier’s bank accounts.

Step Action
Click in the Record Type field.

Use the Record Type field to enter a value that exists in the Bank Type Codes (00/BT) table to specify the type of bank account.
Values for the Record Type field are:

• B: Valid bank transit numbers

• C: Customer bank accounts

• D: Default bank account for accounts receivable drafts and auto debits

• G: Internal general ledger bank accounts

• H: Dutch bank accounts

• M: General ledger bank account and business unit that is used to define print information in accounts payable payments

• P: Auto receipts payor

• V: Supplier bank account for payment via bank tape

• X: Alternate bank account for a supplier

• Y: Multiple bank accounts for a supplier

Enter the desired information into the Record Type field. Enter “Y“.
Use the Bank Transit Number field to enter the number assigned to a bank by the Federal Reserve to facilitate the clearing of funds.

Enter the desired information into the Bank Transit Number field. Enter “107004382“.

Click in the Bank Account Number field.

Use the Bank Account Number field to enter the number assigned by a bank to identify the account for a company, customer, or supplier.

Enter the desired information into the Bank Account Number field. Enter “36695387“.

Use the Control Digit field to enter the number that represents a check digit for a bank account number. This number is optional, and is not part of the key to the Bank Transit Master table (F0030).

In this example, leave it blank.

Use the IBAN field to enter the International Bank Account Number (IBAN) in its electronic format. The electronic format consists of the country code, the check digits, and the basic bank account number, and does not include any spaces or country-specific characters.

In this example, leave it blank.

Click in the Description field.

Enter the desired information into the Description field. Enter “Intrastate Bank“.
Use the Checking or Savings Account field to enter the code that specifies the type of bank account. This code is used during bank tape processing for automatic payments. The code that you specify must exist in UDC H00/CK.

In this example, leave it blank.

Use the SWIFT Code field to enter the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT) code of the beneficiary’s bank.

In this example, leave it blank.

Click the OK button.

Click the Cancel button.

Step Action
Click the Cancel button.

Step Action
Click the Find button.

Verify that three bank accounts are associated with your supplier.
Click the Close button.

You have successfully assigned multiple bank accounts to a supplier.

End of Procedure.

Ayman Refat
Over 20 years of experience in IT area, working as Oracle JD Edwards Developer with expertise in Windows Server, SQL Server and Microsoft Exchange Server, experience in Linux operating systems (Debian and Redhat), VMWare ESX / ESXi, Novell Netware, relational databases like Oracle 10/11g and backup solutions from Computer Associates. Large experience in high-end servers from Dell and HP, having the following certifications: Microsoft: MCP, MCSE, MCDBA, MCSA and MCT (2008 ~ 2013), Computer Associates: Technical Specialist – Storage and Backup Solutions,
http://www.AymanRefat.com

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