RE:[sap-acct] bank key and bank code/bank number

Posted by RTUCCELL (SAP Expert FI/CO/MM - Helpdesk / Trainer)
on Jun 28 at 1:20 PM
Bank key represents the code of the bank (branch) used by the vendor.
To make payments to your vendor you need to have at least:
- LFBK-BANKS: Bank country
- LFBK-BANKL: Bank key
- LFBK-BANKN: Bank account number of the vendor
- LFBK-BKONT: Check Identification number

Coming to your question, you should create a master data for each bank branch (Country+Bank key). In table BNKA you will find/put remaining bank data (Name, Address, City, etc.)

Hoping this help you, if it is useful please mark as helpful.

---------------Original Message---------------
From: USER_2501545
Sent: Friday, June 24, 2011 8:53 AM
Subject: bank key and bank code/bank number

Bank key is the key feature of the bank like everything else, for example if I say ' my key number is 512. it means that I am billa number 512.Bank can never have billa number,as it is made up of descent people unlike me who is having key = billa number.

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