Can anyone worked on SWIFT Message Structure, How to handle SWIFT Message Structure in SAP XI,
Which Adapter we have to use ??
I have to woek on one scenario to integration of R/3 and SWIFTNet Server to transfer banking information.
Can anyone share some inputs ,useful links.
I worked on ISO8583 to connect Finacle Core banking application by using Java Proxy.
So Java Proxy is the best option to connect core banking applications.
SWIFT is the easy one compare with ISO8583 format.
Please let me know if you need more information in this regard.
Thanks for your inputs prasad, can you clarify below questions please
My scenario is I have to develop interface between SWIFTNet Server and SAP R/3 ,
1) I dont know the Message structure of SWIFTNet ,if you know share with me.
2) Which Adapter is the best way to Connect with SWIFTNet Server??
3) How to handle security issues.
Pls find Overview of SWIFT message structure
SWIFT messages consist of five blocks of data. In addition, the MQSA component adds two blocks that are used for queue management. The high-level structure of a SWIFT message is as follows:
SWIFT 1:Basic Header Block
SWIFT 2: Application Header Block
SWIFT 3:User Header Block
SWIFT 4: Text Block
SWIFT 5: Trailer
MQSA S Block
The MQSA component adds the UUID (User Unique Message Identifier) and S blocks. Neither are parsed by the SWIFT data handler. The S block has the same structure as SWIFT block 5, except that field tags consist of three char strings. For example, }.
For further information on SWIFT message structure, see Appendix C, SWIFT message structure, and All Things SWIFT: the SWIFT User Handbook.
I have somewhat same requirement.. I have to send SWIFT message to bank,but not by using SWIFTnet,but directly.
The problem I am facing is, Bank wants the MT* message in XML format and from function side we are able to generate only text file containing MT* data. So am not sure,how I will convert that data to XML format.
It wll be gr8 if you can share how you implemented it..