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Resolving the truncation of multi-byte characters in DMEE File
document explains how to modify the output length of the lines in the file
to handle the truncation of multi byte Chinese characters in DMEE output file.
Target readers: Technical
and functional consultants having knowledge of Data Medium Exchange Engine (DMEE).
stands for Data Medium Exchange Engine.
data medium exchange (DME) is a data exchange file which is used to send payment
information of an enterprise
to banks or tax authority. Basically
these files contain financial data which can be in flat file or xml file format.
Different File formats can be created for different countries and banks as per
their requirement, which replaces conventional ABAP programs.
engine provides various layouts and readymade way to create flat or XML files
for external systems. It provides speed and flexibility over conventional ABAP
programs. Files can be modified based on country and regulations. The system can
trigger the creation of a DME file from the payment program.
can be done through Tcode: FBZP
on pmnt methods in country. Then
Inside you can find the details about country, payment method and Description.
click on relevant country and corresponding Name. It will lead to next screen.
There in format, name of created DMEE tree can be given and as per the
requirement Format Supplement is chosen as shown below:
double clicking on Format will lead to below screen. There Code page can be
given as per country specific
format. As here code Page 8400 is chosen for Chinese (In F4 code page can be
seen corresponding to Simplified Chinese).
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