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Step by Step instruction for IBAN implementation in SAP HR Infotypes
By Piyush Mathur, Tata Consultancy Services
of IBAN (International Bank Account Number)
International Bank Account Number (IBAN) is an international standard for
identifying bank accounts across national borders with a
minimal of risk of propagating transcription errors. It was originally adopted
by the European Committee for Banking
Standards (ECBS), and was later adopted as an international standard
under ISO 13616:1997 and now as ISO 13616-1:2007
identifiers vary from country to country. Many European countries have no system
of bank number or sort codes. The recipient bank is often encrypted in the
recipient account number. The IBAN enables the account, bank, and country of a
payee to be determined in the same way in each country, thereby eliminating
problems in cross-border payment transactions.
IBAN is a combination of country key, check digit, and the country-specific
account number. It can be used instead of the bank details to give unique
identification of an account.
The IBAN is an alphanumeric string of a maximum of 34
characters. Its length can be determined by individual countries.
Only numerical characters (0 – 9) and capital
letters (A – Z) are permitted.
following table shows an example of an IBAN
in SAP HR Infotypes:
Below infotypes can be maintained for IBAN :
to add IBAN field in Infotypes:
filed can be added in Infotypes by activating the switch in table T77S0.
there is no IBAN field avaliable in IT0009.
activate the switch. Go to T code SM31 and open V_T77S0 for maintenance.
maintain values ‘S’ for ADMIN and
IBAN to activate the switch.
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