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I am looking for some advice about how can I import bank statements that are coming in XML format to AX 2012? I already learned how to parse it in X++, but now i am stuck at the question "where should I put those fields?". Maybe there is easier way of importing those files?
The following whitepaper provides you with some explanations
That is quite not what i am looking for, and that is why i should explain more of a XML file structure i recieve.
<Statement> (0..1) (In case of error this node can not be in file. Here is everything about statement, Statement type, Period description, Account Number etc)
<Transtactions> (0..1) (If there are no transactions this node can not be in file)
<Transaction> (1..N) (And here is everything about transactions, DocNo, DocDate, ClientBank, RespondentBankName etc
And import of this bank statement should be automatic, only by pressing Import from Client-Bank.
Well, the standard application only supports the import of bank statements via the advanced bank reconciliation tool.
If this does not work for you then you can either make use of 3rd party ISV solutions or develop this yourself. 3rd party solutions might be faster and possibly cheaper because after the import of the statement you have to think how to identify, match and reconcile the individual transactions.
Standard application only support some of the standard bank statement format i.e. BACS or MT940 via advance bank reconciliation. If this is not fit for your requirement than surly you need to look for other options.
Also, just wanted to check. Ideally most of banks follows same format for statement, how you are getting a different bank statement format.
Is there anything else open / not answered that we can help you with here in this forum?
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