FAQ

How to verify connection (Is it working at my place or not)

When having problems connecting to AMC web-service or license server



First thing to check is if the relevant servers are running at AMC, https://amcbanking.com/support/status/
If all relevant services are green, you need to check the connection from you pc or server

You can test this from a browser, but you need to make sure, from what pc/server, the connection is made.

This link will guide you how to test the connection to  the relevant Xtendlink.

To test connection to our license server the procedure is the same, with the adress https://license.amcbanking.com.

If you are not able to connect to one of the servers (or both), you need to check the internet connection, and firewall that connects the pc/server to the internet

Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here

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Bank account needs approval

Error message: “Bank account needs approval”

    • The bank data conversion service has identified, that you are about to use a not registered bank account.
      The responsible person for your license, will receive a email and needs to approve the new bank account. 
      When the new bank account is confirmed through the license server, you can retry the process again by using the new bank account.

    • You can also see the approval process step by step in this video.

      For support and help, you will need to raise a support case on Service Desk
Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
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Receivers bank giro account number

The Bank Giro account number for receiver is not correct.

When getting this error, you have probably not entered the required digits for receivers bank giro account number.

When using Bank Giro account number, there are certain things that must be met:

  • The length of the Bank Giro account number must be 7 or 8 digits
  • The Bank Giro account number must comply with the modulus check for the current receivers country
  • There may not be any spaces or “-“
Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here

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Bank Connect

Bank Connect implementation process

For setup and implement of Bank Connect solution, follow this guide and check list for AMC-Banking Plus:
The point with red numbers, will be described in details in next section.



Details and links to the illustration above:

    1. Go to  Xtendlink and login using your AMC-Banking license. Select Account in the upper right corner.
      Create your bank by pressing the “New” button and select your bank from the list (tip: use the filter function and type Bank Connect.)
      You can edit your new bank by pressing the pencil icon rightmost of the screen. Then fill the Bank Connect fields “Activation code”, “Function ID” and “Reg. number”. You’ll find these information in your Bank Connect agreement.
      Save your work and then press the green activation button. You’re now asked to enter a Key password. Define and enter this password.

    1. In your Bank Connect setup screen (where you left in the activation process) press “Create” in the users section.Then fill in signer name (approvers initials), Key password (as you defined during your activation) and e-mail address of the approver. An e-mail is sent to the approver and he/she is supposed to finish the setup by following a link and entering a user password. Repeat the process for all approvers.

    1. You need to perform an appropriate setup of your AMC-Banking system. Please follow the user guide for more information.
      If your company is an existing user of AMC-Banking, you only need to reimport the bank setup from AMC Banking Web Service.
      Go to Setup / Banks / Banks and push the “Select Banks” button. Update your bank list in the next window.
      Select your Bank Connect bank on the available banks list and drag it to Selected banks. Close the window and refresh your bank list (F5). Select your bank and press “Settings”. Enter your Bank Connect function ID as Bank agreement 1.
      Close the window. You’re now ready to use Bank Connect.

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What if my bank is not present in the bank list?

You can either vote for a bank to be developed (when we have a number of votes for a specific bank it will be added to the list) or you can contact AMC for getting the bank developed for a subscription price.


Make a request for the bank here

Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here

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NZ bank account setup (When creating payments from NZ)

There is a limitation in the mapping between dynamics NAV and the Bank Conversion Service regarding the New Zealand Bank Account number

The New Zealand Bank Account numbers consist of:

BBBBBBAAAAAAAAAX
BBBBBB = Branch number  AAAAAAAAAX = Account number X = 10 digit account number

The mapping for own bank account number only reads the Bank account no in the bank account form

Specify your own bank account number in Dynamics NAV only by using the Bank Account No. field.

  1. Specify always your own bank account number as 15-16 digits following the above syntax.
  2. If you do not know your branch number or your bank has informed you that it’s not needed please specify it anyway as 000000. The Branch is always 6 digits.
  3. You must always specify your bank account number. The Bank Account number should be 9 or 10 digits/chars just specify the number of digits you have.

 

The mapping for domestic vendors (receivers) bank account number only reads the Bank account no in the vendor form

Specify your vendor (receiver) bank account number in Dynamics NAV.

Please use same approach as above when specifying your vendors (receivers) bank account number.

The mapping for international vendors (receivers) bank account number

When doing outbound payments from New Zealand you can specify the receivers bank account number in two ways.

In your vendor form:

  1. Specify IBAN number + SWIFT code
    OR
  2. Specify the Int Reg No Type + Int Reg No + Account number

Do not mix the above ways within same vendor form. You can have vendor A specified as type 1 and a vendor B specified as type 2 of course.

Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here
Microsoft Dynamics AX
Microsoft Dynamics NAV

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How do I know if my bank is supported

In a web browser go to https://amcbanking.com/support/amc-banking/banks/

In the country dropdown box, select the country, from where you will be paying your vendors.

In the group dropdown box select if you are interested in paying vendors (Banking) or collecting money from customers (DirectDebit).

The grey dots indicate what information will be possible to communicate to and from the bank:

  • Outgoing payments files
  • Files containing incoming payments
  • Files containing bank account statements

The orange dots show what AMC solution you need to be able to communicate with the bank.

For instance, if you are running a standard Dynamics NAV system, you would be looking for an orange dot in Classic.

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How to request support for a new bank

The Supported Banks page shows all the banks that AMC supports at the moment.

If you are not able to find your own bank, you will have two ways of getting it developed.

  1. You can vote for it!
    If we register at least 20 votes we will develop the bank for free and it will be published as soon as our devlopment team are finished.

  2. You can sponsor it!
    You can fill out an offer form and our sales personel will contact you.To start the above process, you need to be a registered customer.

If not you are a registered customer already please go to our registration  page and register.

If you already are a registered customer, please login and activate the “Vote” button. Follow the process.

You will be asked if you want to be a sponsor or a voter during the process.

We look forward to hear from you.

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Bank Format Development Process

Following diagram shows steps of process in which AMC develops new bank formats:

Initiative from Client

Initiative from Client to support new bank by AMC.

Retrieve bank contact information and documentation

A contact person at the given bank is required to provide information and documentation about outgoing payments and account statements.

Choose
bank
format

It must be decided which payment types should be supported.

Development of bank format

AMC will develop the outgoing and incoming payment format and the bank account statement format unless other is agreed.

Send test files regarding bank account statement

The client needs to send bank account files to AMC. If several return format types are used, a minimum of 1 file per type should be provided.

Testing bank format with bank

AMC will test the outgoing and incoming payment format and the bank account statement format unless other is agreed.

File
is ready
to use

The client is responsible to test the formats as quickly as possible after release. Be aware that both outgoing and incoming formats are tested.

Hover or tap over each step for more details.

Learn more details about the process

Detailed Bank Format Development Proces
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How to import / export files in your banks system

AMC does support many banks all over the world.

Unfortunately we do not have access to each banks software, while we are not able to help you with questions which are related to the actual banks software.

We do know that each bank has it’s own support department. If you are a customer in the specific bank you are normally welcome to contact the banks’ support department and they will be glad to help you with your support question.

Start with the banks website, from there, you will be able to contact their support team.

Please have in mind that they normally need your customer number or bank account number for helping you. We encourage you to have your information ready when contacting them.

Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here

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The payment date xx/xx-xxxx is invalid

This can be that we are already past the given date, or that the date is too far out in the future or that the chosen payment date is not a valid bank day weekend etc.

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FAQ

What to do if posting journal is not created

If there is a need to create “Posting Journals” in ERP systems, XTendLink should be properly configured.
The “Posting Journal” settings are created for each account – separately.

1. Log in to XTendLink

To find out how to log in to XTendLink click here
After logging into XTendLink, you need to find a specific bank account.
Home -> Account -> Bank accounts

2. Choose the bank account and edit settings

Go to editing account settings – on the right side there is an “Edit” button (yellow pencil).

3. Edit cremul and debmul settings

In the “process” section there are two fields to be marked – “Cremul” and “Debmul”



3.1 Cremul setting
If the “Cremul” setting is selected by checkmark, the AMC Banking module will create a “Posting Journal” for incoming transactions when the Bank Account Statement or Payment Notification is downloaded.
3.2 Debmul setting
If the “Debmul” setting is selected by checkmark, the AMC Banking module will create a “Posting Journal” for outgoing transactions when the Bank Account Statement or Payment Notification is downloaded.

You can see an overview over the process from following model:



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How to log on XTL directly from ERP system

If you need to log on XTendLink (e.g to maintain bank account), it`s possible by using AMC Banking functionality.
The ERP systems have integrated a functionality that leads you to directly into XTendLink and automatically fill in your credentials.

1. Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009

1.1 The login function from AX will redirect you to the license server
-> AMC-Banking -> Parameters -> XendLink -> Login -> Licensserver
1.2 Then user need to go to “classic” to login into XtendLink
-> Classic -> XtendLink.

2. Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

AX -> AMC-Banking -> Parameters -> Login -> XtenLink

3. Microsoft Dynamics 365

AMC Banking -> Setup -> Parameters -> Web service -> Login -> XtenLink

4. The easiest way to XTendlink outside ERP system

Internetbrower -> https://license.amcbanking.com -> Choice your classic solution -> XTendLink



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How to verify connection (Is it working at my place or not)

When having problems connecting to AMC web-service or license server



First thing to check is if the relevant servers are running at AMC, https://amcbanking.com/support/status/
If all relevant services are green, you need to check the connection from you pc or server

You can test this from a browser, but you need to make sure, from what pc/server, the connection is made.

This link will guide you how to test the connection to  the relevant Xtendlink.

To test connection to our license server the procedure is the same, with the adress https://license.amcbanking.com.

If you are not able to connect to one of the servers (or both), you need to check the internet connection, and firewall that connects the pc/server to the internet

Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here

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Missing Incoming payments journals after import of account statement files

Missing Incoming payments journals after import of account statement files

  1. Login to the Xtendlink that you are using
  2. Locate the bank account in question
  3. Edit the bank account record by clicking the pencil on the right side of the record line
  4. Mark the field “Cremul”, and click save

Now you can import the file again, and Xtendlink will return both a statement and an incoming payment journal.

Solution

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Bank account is disabled

Error message: “The bank account is disabled”

    • If you haven’t paid for the license, or if you don’t use the account any more and your license/account is disabled:
      Please contact AMC for help
Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here

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Bank account needs approval

Error message: “Bank account needs approval”

    • The bank data conversion service has identified, that you are about to use a not registered bank account.
      The responsible person for your license, will receive a email and needs to approve the new bank account. 
      When the new bank account is confirmed through the license server, you can retry the process again by using the new bank account.

    • You can also see the approval process step by step in this video.

      For support and help, you will need to raise a support case on Service Desk
Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here

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Nordea GB – uploading payment file

For Nordea in order to upload a payment file, please:

  1. Use Netbank International
  2. Choose import file format option BACSTEL file, for 99... accounts
  3. Own account number in AX should be input as Sort-Code + BBAN together, total 14 digits

The GB Bank Account numbers consist of:

SSSSSSAAAAAAAA
SSSSSS = Sortcode AAAAAAAA = Account number
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Receivers bank giro account number

The Bank Giro account number for receiver is not correct.

When getting this error, you have probably not entered the required digits for receivers bank giro account number.

When using Bank Giro account number, there are certain things that must be met:

  • The length of the Bank Giro account number must be 7 or 8 digits
  • The Bank Giro account number must comply with the modulus check for the current receivers country
  • There may not be any spaces or “-“
Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here

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What if my bank is not present in the bank list?

You can either vote for a bank to be developed (when we have a number of votes for a specific bank it will be added to the list) or you can contact AMC for getting the bank developed for a subscription price.


Make a request for the bank here

Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here

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NZ bank account setup (When creating payments from NZ)

There is a limitation in the mapping between dynamics NAV and the Bank Conversion Service regarding the New Zealand Bank Account number

The New Zealand Bank Account numbers consist of:

BBBBBBAAAAAAAAAX
BBBBBB = Branch number  AAAAAAAAAX = Account number X = 10 digit account number

The mapping for own bank account number only reads the Bank account no in the bank account form

Specify your own bank account number in Dynamics NAV only by using the Bank Account No. field.

  1. Specify always your own bank account number as 15-16 digits following the above syntax.
  2. If you do not know your branch number or your bank has informed you that it’s not needed please specify it anyway as 000000. The Branch is always 6 digits.
  3. You must always specify your bank account number. The Bank Account number should be 9 or 10 digits/chars just specify the number of digits you have.

 

The mapping for domestic vendors (receivers) bank account number only reads the Bank account no in the vendor form

Specify your vendor (receiver) bank account number in Dynamics NAV.

Please use same approach as above when specifying your vendors (receivers) bank account number.

The mapping for international vendors (receivers) bank account number

When doing outbound payments from New Zealand you can specify the receivers bank account number in two ways.

In your vendor form:

  1. Specify IBAN number + SWIFT code
    OR
  2. Specify the Int Reg No Type + Int Reg No + Account number

Do not mix the above ways within same vendor form. You can have vendor A specified as type 1 and a vendor B specified as type 2 of course.

Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here
Microsoft Dynamics AX
Microsoft Dynamics NAV

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ACH Payments


ACH transfers is an electronic, bank-to-bank transfer processed by the Automated Clearing House network

  • ACH debit transactions allows money getting “pulled” from an account. For example, the company you’re paying can pull what`s agreed and owed from your account each month.
  • ACH credit transactions allows you to “push” money online to accounts at different banks. 
A bank can require ACH specifications in several payments types. In that case you will need following codes in your AMC bank setup: 

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FAQ

What to do if posting journal is not created

If there is a need to create “Posting Journals” in ERP systems, XTendLink should be properly configured.
The “Posting Journal” settings are created for each account – separately.

1. Log in to XTendLink

To find out how to log in to XTendLink click here
After logging into XTendLink, you need to find a specific bank account.
Home -> Account -> Bank accounts

2. Choose the bank account and edit settings

Go to editing account settings – on the right side there is an “Edit” button (yellow pencil).

3. Edit cremul and debmul settings

In the “process” section there are two fields to be marked – “Cremul” and “Debmul”



3.1 Cremul setting
If the “Cremul” setting is selected by checkmark, the AMC Banking module will create a “Posting Journal” for incoming transactions when the Bank Account Statement or Payment Notification is downloaded.
3.2 Debmul setting
If the “Debmul” setting is selected by checkmark, the AMC Banking module will create a “Posting Journal” for outgoing transactions when the Bank Account Statement or Payment Notification is downloaded.

You can see an overview over the process from following model:



Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here

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Missing Incoming payments journals after import of account statement files

Missing Incoming payments journals after import of account statement files

  1. Login to the Xtendlink that you are using
  2. Locate the bank account in question
  3. Edit the bank account record by clicking the pencil on the right side of the record line
  4. Mark the field “Cremul”, and click save

Now you can import the file again, and Xtendlink will return both a statement and an incoming payment journal.

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How do i find information about our module/license?

This FAQ will show you where in your ERP system, you can find information about the module or license you are using.
The FAQ have pictures from following ERP systems:

  1. Microsoft Dynamics NAV
  2. Microsoft Dynamics AX
You will be need to know which module or license you are using, if you want to update your version or want to raise a support request.

1. Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Go to search bar and enter “Bank Data Conversion Service Setup”

Click on “Check setup (AMC)”

Under “Installation requirements” Find “AMC Addon packages version”















2. Microsoft Dynamics AX

Down in the left corner you find “configure buttons” Then click on “AMC Banking”

Under “setup” you find “parameters”. When the new window opens click “about”.
















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Bank account is disabled

Error message: “The bank account is disabled”

    • If you haven’t paid for the license, or if you don’t use the account any more and your license/account is disabled:
      Please contact AMC for help
Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here

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Receivers bank giro account number

The Bank Giro account number for receiver is not correct.

When getting this error, you have probably not entered the required digits for receivers bank giro account number.

When using Bank Giro account number, there are certain things that must be met:

  • The length of the Bank Giro account number must be 7 or 8 digits
  • The Bank Giro account number must comply with the modulus check for the current receivers country
  • There may not be any spaces or “-“
Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here

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Regulatory reporting

What is regulatory reporting?

  • Regulatory reporting is a control process from the government agency, who takes responsibility for financial regulation.
  • The control process is regarding foreign payments that exceeded a certain amount.
  • When the certain amount is exceeded, there will be required informations.
  • The required information will allow the government, to see what the outgoing payments with high amounts is spent on.
Regulatory reporting is used by a few countries. Some of these countries is Norway and Sweden.

Regulatory reporting examples and difinitions for Sweden and Norway:

Sweden regulatory reporting

123 = Code
  1. A 3-digit code must be applied when the amount exceeds 150.000 SEK

  • You can find the codes here: Regulatory reporting Sweden codes


    Norway regulatory reporting

    12 = Code
    "Sale/purchase of goods" = Bank Text
    1. A 2-digit code must be applied when the amount exceeds 100.000 NOK
    2. Text field must be applied when the amount exceeds 100.000 NOK

  • You can find the codes here: Regulatory reporting Norway codes

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  • Giro/Plus payments in Sweden

    Many banks do support 2 types of Giro payments in Sweden:
    • BankGiro

    • PlusGiro

      To set up an Account to BankGiro/PlusGiro Account, follow the steps:

      1. You must have AMC Banking localization installed

      2. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the “transfer” section.

        • Your own bank account must be set up with either “Bank Account Number” or ” Iban number”. Ps. Some banks use the bank giro account number instead of bank account number as sender account.

        • In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT

        • In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment

        • Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

          Own bank account

           

      3. Select one of the “Payment Method Code” in the Vendor Card

        • AMCBGSE for Bank Giro

        • AMCBGREFSE for Bank Giro with payment reference

        • AMCPGSE for Plus Giro

        • AMCPGREFSE for Plus Giro with payment reference

        Still in the Vendor Card, enter the BankGiro/PlusGiro Account in the field “Creditor No.”

      4. Create a BankGiro/PlusGiro account for the vendor

        Bank giro account

        The code for this account must be exactly the same as the creditor number. Enter the BankGiro/PlusGiro number in the field ” Iban

      5. Create the payment journal and export the file

        You should not select a recipient bank account in the payment journal. You should use the Creditor No

      6. PS. Journal lines with payment methods AMCBGREFSE and AMCPGREFSE require a payment reference. If you have not posted the invoice with a payment reference number, enter the payment reference in the payment journal teste.

    Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
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    Importing bank statements in Sweden

    To be able to import electronic bank statements, you need to specify an import format for the bank account, please follow the steps:

    1. In the Bank Account Card, select BANKDATACONVSERVSTMT in the “Bank Statement Import Format” field

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either “Bank Branch No” and “Bank Account No.” or “Iban number”.

        Import bank statement

    2. The electronic bank statement file can be imported in two places:

    Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
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    International payments from Sweden

    To set up an International payment, follow the steps:

    1. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the “transfer” section.

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either “Bank Account No.” or IBAN no.

      • In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT

      • In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment

      • Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

        Own bank account

      • If your bank requires extra IDs, enter those values in the fields ” Bank agreement level 1″ and ” Bank agreement level 2

        Bank agreement L1 and L2

    2. Go to vendor Card and look at section “payments”.

    3. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCINTACC.

    4. Select a bank account for the vendor in the field “Preferred Bank Account” in the Vendor Card

      • The receiver bank account can be set up in two ways. Click on “navigate” at the menu and then those “Bank Accounts”

        • IBAN + Swift code

          Vendor bank account

        • Bank Clearing Standard + Bank Clearing Code + Account number

          Vendor bank account – clearing

    5. Create the payment journal and export the file. For more information about how to create payment files, what the video Account Payable  – Collective payments
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    Importing Credit Advice in Germany

    To be able to import Credit Advice files, you need to specify an import format for the bank account. Follow the steps:

    1. You must have AMC Banking localization package installed.

      For more information, see How to get access to AMC package for Microsoft NAV

    2. In the Bank Account Card, click at Information (AMC) button.

    3. Select BANKDATACONVSERVCREM in the field “Customer Payment Import Format”

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either Bank Account No or IBAN no.

      • PS : For Microsoft NAV Danish localization, the bank account must be set up with either “Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account Number” or “ IBAN number”.

        Credit advice setup

    4. The Credit Advice file can be imported in two places:

    5. For more information about how to handle Credit Advice files, read the article Importing and posting Credit Advice files in NAV .
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    International Payments from Germany

    AMC do support two types of international payments for Germany:

    • AMCSEPA (SEPA Account to account transfer)
    • AMCINTACC (Internatinal account to account transfer)

    To set up international payments, follow the steps:

    1. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the “transfer” section.

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either “Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account Number” or “Iban number”.

      • In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT

      • In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment

      • Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

        International payments setup

      • If your bank requires extra IDs, enter those values in the fields ” Bank agreement level 1″ and ” Bank agreement level 2

        Bank agreement


    2. Go to vendor Card and look at section “payments”.

    3. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCSEPA or AMCINTACC

    4. Select a bank account for the vendor in the field “Preferred Bank Account” in the Vendor Card

      The receiver bank account can be set up in two ways. Click on “navigate” at the menu and then those “Bank Accounts:

      • IBAN + Swift code

        Vendor bank account

      • Bank Clearing Standard + Bank Clearing Code + Account number (in the field Iban)

        Vendor bank account clearing

    5. Create the payment journal and export the file. For more information about how to create payment files, what the video Account Payable  – Collective payments

    Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
    If you don’t have any support license, you can get help here

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    Importing Bank Statements in Germany

    To be able to import electronic bank statements, you need to specify an import format for the bank account. Follow the steps:

    1. In the Bank Account Card, select BANKDATACONVSERVSTMT in the “Bank Statement Import Format” field

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either “Bank Account No.” or “IBAN no.”

        Bank Statements Setup

    2. The electronic bank statement file can be imported in two places:

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    Domestic Payments from Germany

    AMC do support two types of domestic payments for Germany:

    • AMCSEPA (SEPA Account to account transfer)
    • AMCDOMACC (Domestic account to account transfer)

    To set up domestic payments, follow the steps:

    1. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the “transfer” section.

      • Your own bank account must be set up with Bank Identifier + Bank Account Number .
        For more information, please read DE bank account numbers .
    2. In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT

    3. In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment

    4. Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

      Bank account card


    5. If your bank requires extra IDs, enter those values in the fields ” Bank agreement level 1″ and ” Bank agreement level 2

      Bank agreement


    6. Go to vendor Card and look at section “payments”.

    7. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCSEPA or AMCDOMACC.

    8. Select a bank account for the vendor in the field “Preferred Bank Account” in the Vendor Card

      • The vendor bank account must be set up with either “Iban number” or “ Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account Number”.

      • For changing that, click on “navigate” at the menu and then those “Bank Accounts”.

        Bank account number

        For more information, please read DE bank account numbers .


    9. Create the payment journal and export the file. For more information about how to create payment files, watch the video Account Payable  – Collective payments .

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    CH bank account setup (When creating payments from CH)

    For change or set up the bank account, follow the steps:

    1. Open Dynamics NAV 
    2. Up in the right corner, you see the search bar. Search “bank account”
    3. Select the account you wanna change or set up

    There are two opportunities to set up your own bank account in Dynamics NAV.

    1. Set up CH Bank Account numbers, by using BBAN (Basic Bank Account Number)

    12345012345678912
    12345 = Bank Code 012345678912 = Account Number
    1. The BBAN considers 17 digits. 
    2. Use the fields “Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account No.


    2. Set up CH Bank Account numbers, by using IBAN (International Bank Account Number)

    CH0012345012345678912
    CH = Country Code 00 = Check Digits 12345 = Bank Code 012345678912 = Account Number
    1. The IBAN considers 21 digits.  
    2. Use the field “IBAN

     



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    AU bank account setup (When creating payments from AU)

    For change or set up the bank account, follow the steps:

    1. Open Dynamics NAV 
    2. Up in the right corner, you see the search bar. Search “bank account”
    3. Select the account you wanna change or set up

    There are two opportunities to set up your own bank account in Dynamics NAV.

    1. Set up AU Bank Account numbers, by using BBAN (Basic Bank Account Number)

    12345012345678912
    12345 = Bank Code 12345678912 = Account Number
    1. The BBAN considers 16 digits. 
    2. Use the fields “Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account No.


    2. Set up AU Bank Account numbers, by using IBAN (International Bank Account Number)

    AU0012345012345678912
    AU = Country Code 00 = Check Digits 12345 = Bank Code 12345678912 = Account Number
    1. The IBAN considers 20 digits.  
    2. Use the field “IBAN

     



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    DE bank account setup (When creating payments from DE)

    For change or set up the bank account, follow the steps:

    1. Open Dynamics NAV 
    2. Up in the right corner, you see the search bar. Search “bank account”
    3. Select the account you wanna change or set up

    There are two opportunities to set up your own bank account in Dynamics NAV.

    1. Set up DE Bank Account numbers, by using BBAN (Basic Bank Account Number)

    123456780123456789
    12345678 = Bank Code 0123456789 = Account Number
    1. The BBAN considers 18 digits. 
    2. Use the fields “Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account No.


    2. Set up DE Bank Account numbers, by using IBAN (International Bank Account Number)

    DE00123456780123456789
    DE = Country Code 00 = Check Digits 12345678 = Bank Code 0123456789 = Account Number
    1. The IBAN considers 22 digits.  
    2. Use the field “IBAN

     


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    NO bank account setup (When creating payments from NO)

    For change or set up the bank account, follow the steps:

    1. Open Dynamics NAV 
    2. Up in the right corner, you see the search bar. Search “bank account”
    3. Select the account you wanna change or set up

    There are two opportunities to set up your own bank account in Dynamics NAV.

    1. Set up NO Bank Account numbers, by using BBAN (Basic Bank Account Number)

    12341234560
    1234 = Bank Code 123456 = Account Number 0 = Check Digit
    1. The BBAN considers 11 digits. 
    2. Use the fields “Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account No.


    2. Set up NO Bank Account numbers, by using IBAN (International Bank Account Number)

    NO0012341234560
    NO = Country Code 00 = Check Digits 1234 = Bank Code 123456 = Account Number
    0 = Check Digit
    1. The IBAN considers 15 digits.  
    2. Use the field “IBAN

     



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    CZ bank account setup (When creating payments from CZ)

    For change or set up the bank account, follow the steps:

    1. Open Dynamics NAV
    2. Up in the right corner, you see the search bar. Search “bank account”
    3. Select the account you wanna change or set up

    There are two opportunities to set up your own bank account in Dynamics NAV.

    1. Set up CZ Bank Account numbers, by using BBAN (Basic Bank Account Number)

    08000000192000145399
    0800 = Bank Code 0000192000145399 = Account number
    1. The BBAN considers 20 digits. 
    2. Use the fields “Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account No.


    2. Set up CZ Bank Account numbers, by using IBAN (International Bank Account Number)

    CZ0008000000192000145399
    CZ = Country Code 00 = Check Digits 0800 = Bank Code 0000192000145399 = Account Number
    1. The IBAN considers 24 digits.  
    2. Use the field “IBAN

     



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    NL bank account setup (When creating payments from NL)

    For change or set up the bank account, follow the steps:

    1. Open Dynamics NAV 
    2. Up in the right corner, you see the search bar. Search “bank account”
    3. Select the account you wanna change or set up

    There are two opportunities to set up your own bank account in Dynamics NAV.

    1. Set up NL Bank Account numbers, by using BBAN (Basic Bank Account Number)

    BBBB0123456789
    BBBB = Bank Identifier 0123456789 = Account number
    1. The BBAN considers 14 digits. 
    2. Use the fields “Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account No.


    2. Set up NL Bank Account numbers, by using IBAN (International Bank Account Number)

    NL00BBBB0123456789
    NL = Country Code 00 = Check Digits BBBB = Bank Code 0123456789 = Account Number
    1. The IBAN considers 18 digits.  
    2. Use the field “IBAN

     



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    Install AMC Add on – Error message: “You don’t have rights to AMC package”

    You don’t have rights to AMC…




    The error can mostly occur because of two things. If you are getting an error message such as “You don’t have rights to AMC package”, “You do not have following permissions on Page AMC_InstallModule” or “You don’t have rights to AMC_InstallModule page”, it’s probably because:

    1. Your dealer license file has not been updated after you were registered by AMC as a Dealer.
    To solve this problem, update your Dealer license file, import it in Microsoft NAV Dev. Environment and start the installation process again.

    2. The dealer license was not uploaded correctly into NAV where our Add On should be installed.
    Please use the Upload button and and NOT the Change button. Be aware that the Microsoft Dynamics NAV server instance needs to restart for the upload to take effect. The installation should NOT be during production time, meaning NO users should be logged on to the NAV.

    On the picture below it`s showed which function you have to choose, when updating the license to NAV:


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    ACH Payments


    ACH transfers is an electronic, bank-to-bank transfer processed by the Automated Clearing House network

    • ACH debit transactions allows money getting “pulled” from an account. For example, the company you’re paying can pull what`s agreed and owed from your account each month.
    • ACH credit transactions allows you to “push” money online to accounts at different banks. 
    A bank can require ACH specifications in several payments types. In that case you will need following codes in your AMC bank setup: 

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    Domestic Payments from Canada

    To set up domestic payments, follow the steps:

      1. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the transfer section.

        • Your own bank account must be set up with Financial Institution number + Transit Number + Bank Account Number . For more information, please read Canada –  bank account setup .
        • In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT
        • In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment
        • Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

          Own Bank Account

        • If your bank requires extra IDs, enter those values in the fields “Bank agreement level 1″ and “Bank agreement level 2

          Bank agreement

      2. Go to vendor Card and look at section “payments”.
      3. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCDOMACH.
      4. Select a bank account for the vendor in the field “Preferred Bank Account” in the Vendor Card.

        • The vendor bank account must be set up with Financial Institution number + Transit Number + Bank Account Number . Click on “navigate” at the menu and then those “Bank Accounts”. For more information, please read Canada – bank account setup .

          Vendor bank account

      5. Create the payment journal and export the file. For more information about how to create payment files, watch the video Account Payable  – Collective payments .
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    Domestic Payments from Denmark

    To set up domestic payments, please follow the steps:

    1. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the “transfer” section.

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either “Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account Number” or ” Iban number”

      • In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT

      • In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment

      • Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

        Own Bank Account

      • If your bank requires extra IDs, enter those values in the fields ” Bank agreement level 1 ” and ” Bank agreement level 2 “.

        Bank agreement

    2. Go to vendor Card and look at section “payments”.

    3. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCDOMACC.

    4. Select a bank account for the vendor in the field “Preferred Bank Account” in the Vendor Card

    5. The vendor bank account must be set up with either “Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account Number” or ” Iban number”.

      • For changing that, click on “navigate” at the menu and then those “Bank Accounts”

        Vendor bank account

    6. Create the payment journal and export the file. For more information about how to create payment files, watch the video Account Payable  – Collective payments .

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    Domestic Payments from Norway

    Many banks do support 2 types of domestic payments in Norway:

    • Account to Account
    • Account to Account with KID reference

    To set up an Account to Account payment, follow the steps:

    1. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the ” transfer” section.

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either “Bank Account No.” or IBAN no.

      • In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT

      • In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment

      • Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

        Own Bank Account

      • If your bank requires extra IDs, enter those values in the fields ” Bank agreement level 1″ and ” Bank agreement level 2

        Bank agreement

    2. Go to vendor Card and look at section “payments”.

    3. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCDOMACC.

    4. Select a bank account for the vendor in the field “Preferred Bank Account” in the Vendor Card The vendor bank account must be set up with either “Bank Account No.” or IBAN no. For changing that, click on “navigate” at the menu and then those “Bank Accounts”

      Vendor bank account

    To set up an Account to Account payment with KID reference, follow the steps:

    1. You must have AMC Banking localization installed

    2. Set up the sender account in the same way as Account to Account payment above (only step 1)

    3. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCDOMRF in the Vendor Card

    4. Select a bank account for the vendor. The same way as Account to Account payment above (step 3).

    5. Enter the KID reference in the field KID in the “Purchase Invoice” or in the “Vendor Ledger Entries” page

      Note: You should not enter the KID reference in the field “Payment Reference” in the payment journal, because the system uses the KID reference from the “Vendor Ledger Entries” when you export the payment journal.
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    Domestic payments from Sweden

    To set up an Account to Account payment, follow the steps:

    1. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the “transfer” section.

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either “Bank Account Number” or ” Iban number”.

      • In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT

      • In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment

      • Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

        Own bank account

         

      • If your bank requires extra IDs, enter those values in the fields ” Bank agreement level 1″ and ” Bank agreement level 2

        Bank agreement

    2. Go to vendor Card and look at section “payments”.

    3. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCDOMACC.

    4. Select a bank account for the vendor in the field “Preferred Bank Account” in the Vendor Card

      • The vendor bank account must be set up with either “Bank Account No.” or IBAN no. For changing that, click on “navigate” at the menu and then those “Bank Accounts”

        Vendor bank account

    5. Create the payment journal and export the file
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    Domestic Payments from USA

    Many banks in USA do support 2 types of domestic payments:
    • ACH transfer

    • Wire transfer

    To set up ACH payments, follow the steps:

    1. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the ” transfer” section.

      • Your own bank account must be set up with Transit Number and Bank Account Number . For more information, please read US bank account setup .

      • In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT

      • In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment

      • Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

        Own Bank Account

      • If your bank requires extra IDs, enter those values in the fields ” Bank agreement level 1″ and ” Bank agreement level 2

        Bank agreement

    2. Go to vendor Card and look at section “payments”.

    3. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCDOMACH.

    4. Select a bank account for the vendor in the field “Preferred Bank Account” in the Vendor Card The vendor bank account must be set up with Transit Number and Bank Account Number .

      Click on “navigate” at the menu and then those “Bank Accounts” . For more information, please read US bank account setup

      Vendor bank account

    5. Create the payment journal and export the file. For more information about how to create payment files, watch the video Account Payable  – Collective payments

    To set up Wire transfers, follow the steps:

    1. Set up the sender account in the same way as ACH payments above (step 1)

    2. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCDOMWIRE in the Vendor Card

    3. Select a bank account for the vendor. The same way as ACH payments above (step 3).

    4. Create the payment journal and export the file. For more information about how to create payment files, watch the video Account Payable  – Collective payments

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    Giro/FIK payments from Denmark

    To set up FIK payments (card type 71, 73, 04 and 01), follow the steps:

      1. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the ” transfer” section.

        • Your own bank account must be set up with either “Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account Number” or ” Iban number”.
        • In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT
        • In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment
        • Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

          Own Bank Account

        • If your bank requires extra IDs, enter those values in the fields ” Bank agreement level 1 ” and ” Bank agreement level 2 “.

          Bank agreement


    1. Select the following “Payment Method Code” in the Vendor Card

      • AMCDOMRF71 for FIK card type 71
      • AMCDOMRF73 for FIK card type 73
      • AMCDOMRF04 for FIK card type 04 OR AMCDOMRF01 for FIK card type 01


    2. Still in the Vendor Card, enter the creditor number in the field ” Creditor No .” for vendors using indbetalingskort 71 or 73.

      • For vendors using giro indbetalingskort, enter the creditor number in the field ” Giro Acc. No.

        Vendor Card

         

    3. Create a FIK account for the vendor

      FIK Account

      • The code for this account must be exactly the same as the creditor number.

      • You should enter the FIK account number in the field IBAN. The reason to enter the FIK account number in the field Iban, it is because there is a validation for the bank account number in Microsoft NAV Danish localization . It means if you enter numbers in the field ” Bank Account No “, the system will also require a ” Bank Branch No” when exporting a payment file.



    4. In the FIK Account, click at “Information (AMC)” button, and enter the FIK card type.

      Card type

       

    5. Create the payment journal and export the file

      Payment journal

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    International payments from Canada

    To set up an International payment, follow the steps:

    1. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the “transfer” section.

      • Your own bank account must be set up with Transit Number and Bank Account Number . For more information, please read Canada –  bank account setup
      • In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT
      • In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment
      • Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

        Own bank account

      • If your bank requires extra IDs, enter those values in the fields “ Bank agreement level 1” and “Bank agreement level 2

        Bank agreement L1 and L2

    2. Go to vendor Card and look at section “payments”.
    3. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCINTACC.
    4. Select a bank account for the vendor in the field “Preferred Bank Account” in the Vendor Card.

      • The receiver bank account can be set up in two ways. Click on “navigate” at the menu and then those “Bank Accounts”.

        • IBAN + Swift code

          Vendor bank account

        • Bank Clearing Standard + Bank Clearing Code + Account number

          Vendor bank account – clearing

    5. Create the payment journal and export the file. For more information about how to create payment files, watch the video Account Payable  – Collective payments .
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    International Payments from Denmark

    To set up international payments, follow the steps:

    1. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the ” transfer” section.

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either “Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account Number” or ” Iban number”.
      • In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT
      • In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment
      • Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

        Own Bank Account

      • If your bank requires extra IDs, enter those values in the fields ” Bank agreement level 1 ” and ” Bank agreement level 2 “.

        Bank agreement

    2. Go to vendor Card and look at section “payments”.
    3. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCINTACC.
    4. Select a bank account for the vendor in the field “Preferred Bank Account” in the Vendor Card

      The receiver bank account can be set up in two ways. Click on “navigate” at the menu and then those “Bank Accounts”

      • IBAN + Swift code

        Vendor bank account

      • Bank Clearing Standard + Bank Clearing Code + Account number (in the field Iban) The reason to enter the Account Number in the field Iban , it is because there is a validation for the bank account number in Microsoft NAV Danish localization . It means if you enter numbers in the field ” Bank Account No “, the system will also require a ” Bank Branch No” when exporting a payment file.

        Vendor bank account clearing

    5. Create the payment journal and export the file. For more information about how to create payment files, what the video Account Payable  – Collective payments
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    International Payments from Norway

    To set up an International payment, follow the steps:

    1. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the “transfer” section.

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either “Bank Account No.” or IBAN no.

      • In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT

      • In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment

      • Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

        Own bank account

      • If your bank requires extra IDs, enter those values in the fields ” Bank agreement level 1″ and ” Bank agreement level 2

        Bank agreement L1 and L2

    2. Go to vendor Card and look at section “payments”.

    3. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCINTACC.

    4. Select a bank account for the vendor in the field “Preferred Bank Account” in the Vendor Card

      • The receiver bank account can be set up in two ways. Click on “navigate” at the menu and then those “Bank Accounts”

        • IBAN + Swift code

          Vendor bank account

        • Bank Clearing Standard + Bank Clearing Code + Account number

          Vendor bank account – clearing

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    International payments from USA

    To set up an International payment, follow the steps:

    1. Specify your own bank account in the Bank Account Card under the ” transfer” section.

      • Your own bank account must be set up with Transit Number and Bank Account Number . For more information, please read US bank account setup

      • In the “Payment Export Format” field select BANKDATACONVSERVCT

      • In the “Bank Name – Data Conversion” field select the bank , which will execute the payment

      • Specifies the number series for bank instruction messages in the field “Credit Transfer Msg. Nos.”

        Own bank account

      • If your bank requires extra IDs, enter those values in the fields ” Bank agreement level 1″ and ” Bank agreement level 2

        Bank agreement L1 and L2

    2. Go to vendor Card and look at section “payments”.

    3. Select the “Payment Method Code” AMCINTACC.

    4. Select a bank account for the vendor in the field “Preferred Bank Account” in the Vendor Card

      • The receiver bank account can be set up in two ways. Click on “navigate” at the menu and then those “Bank Accounts”:

        • IBAN + Swift code

          Vendor bank account

        • Bank Clearing Standard + Bank Clearing Code + Account number

          Vendor bank account – clearing

    5. Create the payment journal and export the file. For more information about how to create payment files, what the video Account Payable  – Collective payments

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    Importing Bank Statements

    To be able to import electronic bank statements, you need to specify an import format for the bank account, please follow the steps:

    1. In the Bank Account Card, select BANKDATACONVSERVSTMT in the “Bank Statement Import Format” field

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either Bank Account No .” or IBAN no.

        Import bank statement

    2. The electronic bank statement file can be imported in two places:

      1. In the Payment Reconciliation Journal . For more information, see How to: Automatically Apply Payments to Open Documents .

      2. In the Bank Account Reconciliations window. For more information, see How to: Match Bank Statement Lines with Bank Account Ledger Entries .

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    Importing Bank Statements in DK

    To be able to import electronic bank statements, you need to specify an import format for the bank account, please follow the steps:

    1. In the Bank Account Card, select BANKDATACONVSERVSTMT in the “Bank Statement Import Format” field

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either “Bank Branch No” and “Bank Account No.” or “Iban number”.

        Import bank statement

    2. The electronic bank statement file can be imported in two places:

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    Importing Lockbox payments

    To be able to import Lockbox files, you need to specify an import format for the bank account, please follow the steps:

    1. You must have AMC Banking localization package installed. For more information, see How to get access to AMC package for Microsoft NAV .

    2. In the Bank Account Card, click at ” Information (AMC) ” button.

    3. Select BANKDATACONVSERVCREM in the field “Customer Payment Import Format”

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either ” Bank Account No .” or IBAN no.

        Import credit advice

    4. The Credit Advice file can be imported in two places:

    5. For more information about how to handle Lockbox files, read the article Importing and posting Credit Advice files in NAV .

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    Importing Credit Advice

    To be able to import Credit Advice files, you need to specify an import format for the bank account. Follow the steps:

    1. You must have AMC Banking localization package installed. For more information, see How to get access to AMC package for Microsoft NAV

    2. In the Bank Account Card, click at “Information (AMC) ” button.

    3. Select BANKDATACONVSERVCREM in the field “Customer Payment Import Format”

      • Your own bank account must be set up with either ” Bank Account No .” or IBAN no.

      • PS : For Microsoft NAV Danish localization, the bank account must be set up with either “Bank Branch No.” and “Bank Account Number” or “ Iban number”.

        Import credit advice

    4. The Credit Advice file can be imported in two places:

    5. For more information about how to handle Credit Advice files, read the article Importing and posting Credit Advice files in NAV

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    Changing from production-server to development-server

    When using The Bank Data Conversion Service in Dynamics NAV you are able to switch from our production-server (prod) to our development-server (dev).

    Our development-server is being used by AMC for testing purposes and by our clients who wish to test newly developed bank-formats, which has not been released to our production-server.

    The process of switching from one server to another is quite easy. In Dynamics NAV go to the setup window for the Bank Data Conv. Service, here you can change the service URL to point to either:

    • – If production-server is https://nav.amcbanking.com/nav02
    • The development-server should be changed to https://dev.amcbanking.com/nav02

    • – If production-server is https://nav.amcbanking.com/nav03
    • The development-server should be changed to https://dev.amcbanking.com/nav03

    Please note that the development-server is only for testing purposes. As it is a development-server it will not meet the same requirements regarding speed and stability as the production-server does.


    You can always change back to default settings and reach production-server again.


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    AMC-NAV Vendor bank account info

    To set up vendor bank account info in NAV, follow the steps:


    1. Log on your NAV system.
    2. Up in right corner, you find the search bar. Search on “Vendors”.
    3. At the menu you chose “Navigate” 
    4. Click on “Bank account”

    Then you will come to “Vendor Bank Account Card”:

      

    5. Now you have to click on “Information (AMC)”. The arrow in the picture show where you can find it.

    Then you will come to “Additional cash management information (AMC)”:



    6. Fill out the fields, like demonstrated on the picture (arrow 1 & 2)

    • The field “SEC code” defines the type of ACH entries contained in the batch.
      There are two opportunities:
    1. PPD (Prearranged payments and deposits) For consumer transactions destined to an individual.
    2. CCD (Cash concentration or disbursement) For corporate transactions.
    • The field “Transaction code” identifies the type of entry.
      There are two opportunities:
    1. 22 (Credit to checking account)
    2. 32 (Credit to savings account) 
    If you have some questions about the input or information, when contact your bank for support. Do you need some help, you can always raise a support case here
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    AMC-NAV Own bank account info

    To set up own bank account info in NAV, follow the steps:


    This manual shows where and how to setup information about “bankagrrementlevel”.
    This number will be used for identification between the company and bank.
    Some banks doesn’t need this kind of identification, other needs “bankagrrementlevel 1” and some needs “bankagrrementlevel 1 and 2”

    You can get the information and data about “bankagreementlevels” from your own bank. 


    1. Log on your NAV system.
    2. Up in the right corner, you will find the search bar. Search on “Bank Accounts”.
    3. Click on the account, you wanna change and then “bank account card” will show up. 

    4. Now you have to click on “Information (AMC)”. The arrow in the picture show where you can find it.  



    5. Then this window will show up: “Additional cash management information (AMC)”. The arrow show two boxes “bankagrrementlevel 1 & 2”
     Now paste the bank agreement number, and it`s possible to have 2 numbers (level 1 & 2). 

     



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    Canada bank account setup (When creating payments from CA)

    There is a limitation in the mapping between dynamics NAV and the Bank Conversion service regarding the Canada Bank Account number

    The Canada Bank Account numbers consist of:

    BBBTTTTTAAAAAAAAAAAA
    BBB = Bank code TTTTT= Transit number AAAAAAAAAAAA = Account number

    The mapping for own bank account number only reads the “Bank account no” in the bank account form

    Specify your own bank account number in Dynamics NAV only by using the “Bank Account No.” field

    1. Specify always your own bank account number as 20 digits following the above syntax.
    2. If you do not know your branch number or your bank has informed you that it’s not needed please specify it anyway as 000. The Branch is always 3 digits.
    3. You must always specify your transit number and it must be 5 digits (no chars only digits).
    4. You must always specify your bank account number. Some banks has a shorter number. Do not prefix or postfix. If your Bank Account number is shorter than 12 digits/chars just specify the number of digits you have.

    Specify your own bank account number in Dynamics NAV by using the “Bank Account No.” and the “Bank Clearing Code” fields

    1. Specify always your own bank account number as 12 digits in the “Bank Account No.” field.
      Do not prefix or postfix your account number. If your Bank Account number is shorter than 12 digits/chars just specify the number of digits you have and do not include the transit number.
    2. Specify your branch number and transit number and it must be 8 digits (no chars only digits) in the Bank Clearing Code field.
    3. Leave the “Bank Clearing Standard” field blank.

    The mapping for domestic vendors (receivers) bank account number only reads the “Bank account no” in the vendor form

    Specify your vendor (receiver) bank account number in Dynamics NAV

    Please use same approach as above when specifying your vendors (receivers) bank account number.

    The mapping for international vendors (receivers) bank account number

    When doing outbound payments from Canada you can specify the receivers bank account number in two ways.

    In your vendor form:

    1. Specify IBAN number + SWIFT code
      OR
    2. Specify the Int Reg No Type + Int Reg No + Account number

    Do not mix the above ways within same vendor form. You can have vendor A specified as type 1 and a vendor B specified as type 2 of course.


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    US bank account setup (When creating payments from US)

    There is a limitation in the mapping between dynamics NAV and the Bank Conversion service regarding the US Bank Account number

    The US Bank Account numbers consist of:

    TTTTTTTTTAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
    TTTTTTTTT= Transit number AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA = Account number

    You can specify your own bank account number in two ways in the bank account form

    Specify your own bank account number in Dynamics NAV only by using the “Bank Account No.” field

    1. Specify always your own bank account number as 15 to 26 digits following the above syntax.
    2. You must always specify your transit number in the beginning of the field and it must be 9 digits (no chars only digits).
    3. US bank accounts can be from 6 to 17 digits. Do not prefix or postfix. If your Bank Account number is shorter than 17 digits/chars just specify the number of digits you have after the transit number.

    Specify your own bank account number in Dynamics NAV by using the “Bank Account No.” and the “Bank Clearing Code” fields

    1. Specify always your own bank account number as 6 to 17 digits in the “Bank Account No.” field.
    2. US bank accounts can be from 6 to 17 digits. Do not prefix or postfix. If your Bank Account number is shorter than 17 digits/chars just specify the number of digits you have and do not include the transit number.
    3. Specify your transit number and it must be 9 digits (no chars only digits) in the Bank Clearing Code field.
    4. Leave the “Bank Clearing Standard” field blank.

    The mapping for domestic vendors (receivers) bank account number only reads the “Bank account no” in the vendor form

    Specify your vendor (receiver) bank account number in Dynamics NAV

    Please use same approach as above when specifying your vendors (receivers) bank account number.

    The mapping for international vendors (receivers) bank account number

    When doing outbound payments from US you can specify the receivers bank account number in two ways.

    In your vendor form:

    1. Specify IBAN number + SWIFT code
      OR
    2. Specify the Bank Clearing Standard + Bank Clearing Code + Account number

    Do not mix the above ways within same vendor form. You can have vendor A specified as type 1 and a vendor B specified as type 2 of course.


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    Swedish bank account setup (When creating payments from SE)

    A swedish bank account number must consist of a 4 digit clearing code and either a 7 or 12 digit account number:

    CCCC= Clearing Code

    AAAAAAA = Account number

    AAAAA= Optional part of account number

    CCCC AAAAAAA AAAAA

    There are usually two ways to specify the account number.

    An account with clearing code 2121 and account number 1234567 or 123456789012 can be specified as

    1. 21211234567 (2121 clearing code + 123567 7 digit accountnumber)
    2. 2121123456789012 (2121 clearing code + 123456789012 12 digit account number)


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    How do I test the connection to the service

    Make sure you can reach our server from the browser on your server where the Dynamics AX or your Dynamics NAV is installed.

    Be aware, that you do not do the test from the client. The Dynamics AX and the Dynamics NAV do the connection from the server, not the client!

    Startup a browser and copy the following link into the browser’s address line:

      If you can see the following page, you do not need to change your router/firewall configuration


      If you see a page similar to the following, you probably need to change in your router/firewall configuration


      Unsuccessful connection

      Unsuccessful connection

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      I will need more than one bank account. How can I subscribe for this?

      You don’t. You just use the service and we will catchup on your accounts.

      As soon as you are using new bank accounts (your own bank accounts, from where you are sending money) you will receive an email where you will be informed that new bank account is created for you. You are able to use the new accounts right away without further actions from you.

      You only need to accept the subscription within 24 hours, by following the instructions in the email. If you do not want to use the bank account, you need to login to XTendLink and delete the accont.

      Remark you will always have one bank account for free and you can change the free account to another account once each 60 days

      VIDEO WITH SUBSCRIBE OF MORE BANK ACCOUNTS

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      I will not need all of my bank accounts anymore. What to do?

      Log in to XTendLink by using your credentials. Here you will be able to delete your bank accounts. When you delete a bank account, it will immediately be blocked and deleted in XTendLink. If you are using Microsoft Navision, you will always have one bank account for free of charge (also if you only have one bank account).

      VIDEO OF HOW TO UNSUBSCRIBE BANK ACCOUNTS

      Maintaining bank account

      How to maintain - create, change, delete your bank account


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      How can I change my password for my login

      You need to do two tasks:

      Specyfying a new password


      • Second you login to your NAV and go to the setup of the conversion service. Specify your new password here as well.
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