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Component Usability
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 9, 2019

Regarding 40873 311 758 - Length check in MER

As discussed with Gabi von Carlowitz, I opened this RFE. It is regarding the length checking functionality which is missing in the MER application to avoid that customer entered too long message and thinking that the message is valid.
  • Guest
    Apr 17, 2019

    AS business impact: a msg which is successfully validated in MER may nevertheless fail to be send to SWIFT, because it fails the length check in DNF_ILC_FIN due to the fact, that DNF_ILC_FIN considers the mandatory trailers which are to be added in block 5 when calculating the message length. as the end user think the message is validate and do not expect to have it rejected, the same check done at DNF_ILC_FIN level should be introduced in MER to avoid such a situation.

  • Guest
    Apr 17, 2019

    very userfull ideal as it is a non-sense to validate the message that later on will be refused and that has to be resend