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I need your support with swift message MT940, today send the message with the number of FT, but i need change this field by the description transaction, who can explain me in which tables have to set for this change or send me any documentation, please.
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VK replied the topic: Change Message Swift

Hi
main tables to set up SWIFT message format are:

DE.MESSAGE
DE.MAPPING
DE.FORMAT.SWIFT

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Mauricio0219 replied the topic: Change Message Swift

Thanks for your answer
i was reviewing that's tables, but i don't understand which is the relation with the application fields.
For examplo i have the transaction FT with a reference 999999 and i want replace the number FT by this field in the swift message, what value i have to put in the field INPUT.POSITION on the table DE.MAPPING,
if i undesrtand in this table i can obtaion the values from differents applications
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VK replied the topic: Change Message Swift

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firstly look at the table F.DE.O.HANDOFF - @ID is the same as for your DE.O.HEADER record.

Then take a look at the enquiry DE.HANDOFF.DETS, again delivery @ID is the same - you'll get the idea what is mapped where.

To remap it's better to use a routine that can be attached to DE.MAPPING table.

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Mauricio0219 replied the topic: Change Message Swift

Hi VK
i understand the relation between enquiry DE.HANDOFF.DETS and DE.MAPPING table but, when i can add new field, how can I know which number I have to put in the INPUT.POSITION field in table DE.MAPPING, for example a local field
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armin replied the topic: Change Message Swift

Have a look at the user guide at

Payments > Delivery > Delivery General > Architecture / Design

under the header "User fields in DE.MESSAGE / DE.MAPPING" you should find what you need.

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Thanks Armin
But i can't open the document, can you send me to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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The user guide is part of the T24 standard installation, it must be available at your site or you can access via TCSP.

I can't sent it as it's only html pages and regrettable not available as pdf or doc.

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