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Could i know what is the purpose of this field ?
In what circumstances, we should use which one ?
Thanks in advance
I don't know the exact function, but the field is related to localization of Sweden.
The bank account type that is used to separate payments that are made through the Postgiro Bank Invoice Payment Service.
Thanks for your quickly reply.
How can i know this field is related to localization of sweden.
Thanks for your quickly response.
I know , i already read the description. But i still don't understand. Can you give me the example.
I had not noticed this field before. So initially I was thinking of a customization. When looking at a demo environment the field indeed existed, so I took a look at the table design of the vendor bank accounts. The Configuration key for Sweden is assigned to this field.
If you don't have to setup a Swedish company you can disable the configuration key or ignore the field.
Otherwise maybe another forum member from Sweden can exaclty inform you.
This field is dependent on country/region settings For Example:
In Sweden AX uses different
bank account types, so you need to setup SWE as Country/Region on the address
"tab" on the vendor bank account. After that you are able to choose which vendor
bank account type you want to use.
I don't know about Sweden but I know we have "giro" and "post giro" payments in the Neherlands.
The difference being that a "giro" account was specific the the "postbank" they historically had different bank accounts to cope with bank transfers submitted via snailmail.
However those bank accounts are now converted to SEPA so it is pretty much obsolete.
Please check for unnessisary enabled localisation features in your license configuration. Allso check in wich country your legal entity or company is situated. These may enable features or settings nog applicable to you.
!warning disabling licenses of configuration will truncate your tables.
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