SAP: F111 Payment Request Error – Inconsistent Tables

In testing out my Fedwire configuration, I ran into a situation where I needed to switch the clearing account from the normal bank clearing to a Wire Clearing account. I made this change to the Payment Method in transaction FBZP by changing the Bank Sub-Account to the Wire Clearing GL account. After I did this, […]

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SAP – SE93 – Gets You Details on T-codes

In SAP, you can use transaction SE93 – Display Dialog Transaction – to display some additional details on T-codes, including the Program Name and Authorization Object. Of course, you can usually see the Program name by clicking on the info icon at the bottom right of your SAP screen, as shown here: But by using […]

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SAP – Treasury Management T-Codes

In going through our SAP Treasury Management Workstation implementation project we’re building a list of important Treasury Management T-codes.  I’m putting these down so I don’t forget them, so this isn’t a how-to (maybe later 😉 ): FF.5 – Upload Electronic Bank Statements Use FF.5 to upload electronic bank statements.  You can upload your Prior Day […]

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SAP Account Determination

I saw this book, “SAP Account Determination”, by Manish Patel, on the desk of one of my colleagues at work. My first reaction was, “Wow! A book on account determination…I mean, wow!” Her simple reply was, “I use it all the time.” So, I thought I would share it here since many of you are […]

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C#: Break vs. Continue in Foreach Loops

A C# Quick Tip: You’ve probably seen ‘break’ before in Switch Case statements, but it also plays an important role in Foreach Loops. To break completely out of a foreach loop (foregoing all the remaining loops), use: break; To go to the next iteration in the loop, use: continue; When is ‘break’ useful? It is […]

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C#: That Pesky DBNull Error in Datatables

Datatables and Tableadapters are one of the most beautiful things about C# and Visual Studio, until you’re processing rows in your datatable and you get something that reads like “The value for column ‘your_column’ in table ‘your_table’ is DBNull.”  If you go a little further, you may get:  “Exception Details: System.InvalidCastException: Specified cast is not […]

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ASP.NET: Hide Menu Items by Role with Security Trimming

ASP.NET makes authorizations and security fairly simple with its roleManager, Authentication, and SiteMap providers.  This quick hint only covers how to hide a particular menu item from the standard Menu and TreeList navigation components when using a SiteMap provider. Web.config Settings for Role-based Menu Security 1) When you declare your sitemap provider, turn sucrityTrimmingEnabled to […]

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