Postcode Programming API  PostTrans XL Visual Importer: Import Bank Reconciliation


This PostTrans spreadsheet allows the user to easily Import Bank Reconciliation data into Exchequer Enterprise.   It uses a series of tags, placed in row 1, to identify the data to be Imported.  These tags can be easily added to a spreadsheet using the [Design] button, on the PostTrans Toolbar.  The data is read from row 3 onwards, which allows you to put user descriptions in row 2.  more Information on Designing templates.

The "GL and bank rec" Example shows this in action.  more information on PostTrans examples

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Features:


Importing new Bank Reconciliation data

Simply add new lines to the spreadsheet from row 3 onwards.  Then press [Post Transactions], on the PostTrans Toolbar,  to import Exchequer Enterprise data.  

Exchequer Enterprise Bank Reconciliation sheet

The Automatic Bank Reconciliation is then performed in Exchequer Enterprise as normal.

Bank Reconciliation  Required fields

To Import Exchequer Enterprise Bank Reconciliation Data, the following Tags/Fields must be specified:

ABPosted, ErrorDesc, BankRef, BankValue, and TransDate

Cell A1 must equal ABPosted

BankRefis used to detect end of spreadsheet.  PostTrans will stop Importing/Amending, from row 3 onwards, when this field is empty.

The Default GL code for the Bank account can be set in System setup.

Restrictions

None known



Exchequer Bank Rec Fields Available for update:


The following Tags are used to identify the corresponding fields in Exchequer Enterprise.  Use the [Design] button (or Ctrl+Shift+D), on the PostTrans Toolbar, to access these tags.   Click here for more Information on Designing templates.

Tag Name

Data Type Length

Description

Required:

 

 

ABPosted

Yes/No

Returns 'POSTED' if Trans line has been posted and will be ignored if 'POSTED' (required)

ErrorDesc

Text

Description of error posted back if record unsuccessfully posted

BankRef

Text 40

 (required)

BankValue

Double

 (required)

TransDate

Date

 (required)

Optional:

 

BankGLCode

 Long

 

Currency

Integer

0-29,1=Sterling, Optional (default=1)