Hello Community, Can someone send me the technical document for ISO20022 payemnts? OpenIFS has technical problems today and I am unable to have it Regards,
What is the IFS version are you using?
If you are using App10, field descriptions are available for electronic payment address and format specific info per institutes windows.
ISO 20022 based credit transfer payment is standard functionality in IFS application. There is no special technical setup unless you want to change the XML output location.
If you have specific question, please feel free to ask.
Hello Eranda, We are using App9. We are trying now to implement IFS, in Belgium and we discovered that they are using for structured communication standard for SEPA Credit Transfers and SEPA Direct Debits. For this, I need all the information that exist in IFS, in order to make the right setup. The format: • Electronic: 12 digits (example: 010806817183); • Visual: +++ 3 digits / 4 digits / 5 digits / +++ (example: +++010/8068/17183+++) • Check digits: the last 2 digits as check digits (modulo 97) of the first 10 digits, but if the result is 0, then the check digits are 97
Thank you for your help, Best Regards, Irina
If you are using SEPA Credit Transfer you have to use an IBAN which is starting from country code. In the case of Belgium it is starting from BE.
What type of bank account is this?
Do you want to use domestic account number?
I think, there is a misunderstanding here. Can you post some more details?
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