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I am attempting to set up the EFT File Format for Scotiabank and am having some issues Has anyone set this up for Scotiabank before?
The below link shows the Field Names etc
But I have no idea how to add in Field 2, 8, 16, 17 and 18. They are listed as Alpha Numeric, but there is no option for this in Dynamics GP.
Also, Dynamics GP allows left and right justification, but in the above form, some are listed as N/A
Any help would be appreciated
Were you able to setup the EFT File Format for Scotiabank in Canadian Currency?
What format type did you use? Are you using GP2010?
I'll be implementing EFT for Scotiabank too.
Yes I have successfully completed the setup in GP 2010 in CAD. I got the EFT file format from our account manager.
What specific parts do you require help with?
I just want to know what Format Type was used in EFT File Format Maintenance screen.
Format Type is 'User Defined', File Type is 'Flat File'
Did you use the 1464 Byte Transmission File Layout?
Is it possible if you can provide the EFT Format Setup Report from GP?
I am wondering how you setup the date as julian format.
Appreciate your help.
1464 (Otherwise known as CPA Standard 005) is the National Bank of Canada file format in GP. Just make sure that you change the constants in the file - specifically field 6 of the "File Header" >> "Addressee" to be your bank's given number.
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