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When I generate check payments, the check number auto populates. Is there any way to set up D365 so that when generating an ACH payment, the payment reference auto pupulates?
ACH is an electronic transfer , so out of the box there when you post ACH payment , no payment reference is generated.
The payment ID can get defaulted but not the payment reference.
Where should D365FO take this information from?
When performing an ACH payment through your bank, most banks will assign a unique ID (=payment reference) to the transaction, upon execution.
Unlike cheque, where the unique ID (cheque number) is assigned upon printing, hence available to be populated on the transaction at the time of creation, the ACH payment ID/reference is generated LATER.
Some banks will provide you payment confirmation details (including payment reference number) in an electronic format.
D365 has out of the box some functionality (achieved through setup of "Import format") to upload that electronic message and update the payments details into the payment line: typically this will include date (the actual date in which the payment was executed), payment reference, status (succeeded / failed), and effective exchange rate (if making foreign currency payment).
In some localizations the Payment ID is generated automatically: Belgian, Finnish, Norwegian. You may unlock this for USA through a customization by adding the US country code to the AOT elements.
On one of my projects I unlocked the Finnish Creditor reference generation in Switzerland and added an option (there is a set of Finnish AR parameters for that) for Payment ID = Invoice number.
For another customer in France I implemented a fully custom generation of the Payment ID as you transfer the Payment proposal to the Payment journal, because they had a complexity of payment schedules i.e. multiple installments by invoice.
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