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Can someone advise on how to set up an eft export file format. We need to export vendors payments to the bank software in order for EFT to be completed.
it stands for electronic funds transfer.
which version of AX you are using (4.0?) Are you looking for a specific standard such as NACHA (National Automated Clearing House Association) file format?
What you need is to inherit a couple of classes.
The main control class is VendOutPaym (or VendOutPaym_Cheque if you'd be doing a cheque).There's some methods there you should overwrite, you can look at the example files already there.
Next, you need to extend a class from VendOutPaymRecord (or VendOutPaymRecord_Cheque for cheque files). This is were each record gets written to the file.
Make sure you point your control class VendOutPaym to your record class, by overriding the "custVendOutPaymRecordRootClassId" method (it needs to return the correct class id).
Then all you need to do is go to your payment method setup in AP and click the "setup" button on the "file formats" tab. Add your class (the description will show up as you've put in the "interfacename" method.
Again, look at the examples already there, you'll figure out what you need to add.
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