How to change the value of PaymentAmountText in XML file generated during of IBY_FD_PAYMENT_FORMAT module: Format Payment Instructions?? This XML Data file is being used by the Check Print rtf template.
The checks will be used for a Singapore$ (S$) Bank account and USD$ Bank account.
For the S$ check in XML data file :
<PaymentAmountText>Eighty-Five Dollars And Sixty***********************</PaymentAmountText> for S$85.60
For the USD$ check in XML data file:
<PaymentAmountText>Eighty-Five Dollars And Sixty Cents***********************</PaymentAmountText> for USD$85.60
I have to add 'cents' for the value of the S$ check.
It looks to me that since it shows for USD and not for SGD, that one can change this in some kind of set up issue. But where and how?? Or can I manipulate this value in the rtf template too??
Edited by: user1596364 on 24-mei-2012 8:54
I have solved my problem in following way.
For example, I would like 'POUNDS' instead of 'DOLLARS'. Currently my check reads 1000 Dollars and 50 cents. It should read 1000 Pounds and 50 pennies
You need to change the verbiage in the options field for the payment format. (This is the explanation for GUI users.)
Copy your Format Payment and add some options to it to make the verbiage read Pounds and pennies. Then create a new Payment Format that uses this new Format Payment. Then put this new Payment Format on the Bank Payment Document for the bank account that needs to pay in Irish Pounds.
1. Define a new Payment Program under System Administrator.
Navigate to Concurrent -> Program -> Define
Query up the Evergreen payment program you are using (ex. APXPBFEG).
2. Click on the 'Copy to' button.
Enter a value in the 'Program' field type, for example, "Irish Pounds Program".
Enter a value in the 'Short name' field type, for example, "APXPBIPP".
3. Edit the Options field in the Executable zone (Do not click the 'Parameters' button.) In the 'Options' field, enter the following 4 options on one line with one blank space between each option:
(For other currencies, replace "Pound" with "Lira", "Peso",etc.)