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3. | The digital bank: tech innovations driving change at US banks. Section Executive summary .. companies (e.g., digital blogs, information aggregators). 3. FinTech (): Development of Traditional Digital Financial Services. banks/>. BCM – The Bank Communication Management ES bundle supports the communication of financial Figure 3: Different folders created for different Banks in AL11 .. I have used ASMA and ticked the FileName and FileType.

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The payment is generated with all the necessary conditions for the definite Bank and then sends for approval. After approval a batch job is yhe in ECC system to create collective payment in a single file. The file is then encrypted in BCM module.

The file is sent to respective folders in located in the ECC server. The details can be seen using T-Code AL There are different folders created for different Banks and in addition we also have archive folder which will be explained later. It is typically used with the SSH-2 protocol to provide secure file transfer.

SFTP encrypts the session, preventing the casual detection of username, password or anything that is being transmitted. One key benefit to SFTP is its ability to handle multiple secure file transfers over a single encrypted pipe. By using a single encrypted pipe, there are fewer holes in the corporate firewall.

The signature verification at Sender is used for International Payments only.

SAP PI Integration to Different Banks using SwiftNet and BCM

We have not used signature verification parameter for the Sender channel for Domestic Payments. Masking of incoming files: Additionally mention the connection parameters like host name of the sending server, port, UserId and Password for Authentication.

We place the processed files in Archive folders in ECC system. The receiver channel will contain the Third Party information. This is referred as binary to text encoding. The signature verification at Receiver is used for Domestic Payments only. We have not used signature verification parameter for the International Payments at Receiver end.

Mapping for FTA Payments. Message Processing in PI. As soon as the payment reaches the third Party system, that connects with different Banks, a technical acknowledgement is send back to PI system notifying the receipt of payments. This will be discussed in next section. Thank you so much for this document. It is very helpful. But I would like to know if you ever had a chance to work on FTP connection on bank and if yes, how did you included those additional tags for automatic connection purpose at the header level in the DMEE where the expectation is to have multiple tags at the same level at the header?

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Thanks for this detailed documentation. I would like to know if you did get a chance to work on FTP connection. If yes, Can you tell me how did you included those requisite tags to the header? Because the bank is requiring three tags to be added at the same level at the header which system is allowing us to do so. Can you shed some light on this?

These are set in all the three channels one sender and 2 receiver. How this can be achieved. Yes from the above explanation you are going the right way, though you need to test it thoroughly with the BCM tools and SwiftNet at security level. Alternately you can try using variable substitution. Now I am able to generate the payload and parameter files perfectly. There were some problems in the input file. Swift Integration Package to split payload and.

I have one follow up question. You have mentioned that after the collective payment run a single file is created which is then encrypted in BCM module.

The File gets encrypted when the same is created by the BCM module. Thanks so much for the input. Reason I ask this question is because I have heard from some folks that there is no encryption capabilities in SAP BCM so am trying to confirm if the reason people are saying this is because they are not aware of how encryption is enabled. Any additional information you can share on how to enable encryption in BCM would be appreciated. I see the datatype of the structure used in PI consists of many different fields.

Hence i wanted to know, how the MT file gets converted into this datatype structure? Is this component internal within the enterprise?

Did you use SFTP on the receiver channel as well? Also, do I need to add the SwiftConversion modules on all three receivers? Also, why does the Payload and PAR file tags have the same value? Currently we are just Picking the file and placing it in the Output server using dummy mapping. I have the same integration scenario, and i have more detail information need to know from you. April 14, 10 minute read.

Document Objective The payments for different vendors submitted to different Banks need to be secure and should meet all the compliance agreed with the Bank and the Third Party service Provider.

We therefore require a strong and secure mechanism that ensures the transactions are done in safe manner. In order to make sure the contents of the file are not visible to anyone, we will encrypt the file. Encryption is needed when the file arrives in PI.

It includes Enterprise Services for bnk creation and status tracking of payment orders as well as enterprise services for receiving bank statements.

Messages are fileype and reliably exchanged between banks and other financial institutions. Advantages and flow using BCM. The procedure and transactions at the backend system ERP are explained in brief and will not be covered as part of this document.

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There are 2 major types of payments which are generated from ECC system.

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tye The classification of the payments are as under: FIN message are used for Payments and cash management. The payments created in both the cases different. File format depends on type of payment and bank. Below are some of the examples: Different folders created for different Bllogging in Filetypw Below are the statuses of the payment file: Display Batches created for payments. We can check the Status History for the Payment by selecting the Row and right click it: We have not used any mappings to change the incoming file format.

The flow Diagram is as under: In order to show the Encrypted and signed file we have taken the below screen as there are no files currently in fileAct folder in ECC system. Encrypted and signed file. We have used different channels for different Banks. This makes easy for supporting testing for Banks whenever required. Channels for the banks which are not in scope for testing will be switched off. Module Parameters used for integration with ECC.

Details on Module Paramters at Sender: The Source Directory contains the location for the AL11 directory. File Name Scheme represents the nomenclature of the files to be picked from the folder of AL Advanced Source File Selection has also been done in order to not send unnecessary files to Bank and only process required payment file.

Channel configuration for polling payment files Additionally mention the connection parameters like host name of the sending server, port, UserId and Password for Authentication. Details on Module Paramters at Receiver: The statement is sent as a plain text file and the same is sent to ECC system in two different ways: There are no mapping used exclusively for the TXT formats, except the filename are fetched dynamically during runtime.

Mappings for XML format. Duplicate Payments to Bank. Payments sent to different Bank causing delay and inconsistency. Issues with Public Key Ring in communication channel. You must be Logged on to comment or reply to a post. April 22, at 7: Former Member Post author. April 23, at Thanks a lot Akshay!!! March 8, at 5: Hello Vimal, Thanks for this detailed documentation.

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