Bank Transactions

If your database is registered in Estonia, you can use the SEB Bank Payments Internet Service to make and receive payments through SEB Bank. Built in to the SEB Bank Payments Internet Service is a second Internet Service: SEB Bank Statements. This Internet Service will allows Bank Statements to be sent from SEB Bank to your HansaWorld Enterprise database electronically. When your database receives a bank statement, a new record will be created automatically in this setting for each transaction in the statement. You can then print the Bank Transactions report and compare it with the Account Reconciliation or Nominal Ledger reports if you need to reconcile the bank statement with your Nominal Ledger Transactions.

SEB Bank Payments and SEB Bank Statements are chargeable Internet Services. To use them, you must have registered your database in Estonia using the Automatic Internet Enabler method, as described on the Enabler Key page. You must also have registered with SEB Bank to enable electronic payments. Please contact your local HansaWorld representative for more details about subscribing to these Services.

Records in the Bank Transactions setting will be created when a new bank statement is sent from SEB Bank to your database. You cannot create new records in this setting yourself. To view the records in this setting, first open the 'Settings' list by clicking the [Settings] button in the Master Control panel or using the Ctrl-S/⌘-S keyboard shortcut. Double-click 'Bank Transactions' in the list. The 'Bank Transactions: Browse' window is displayed, showing the Bank Transactions already received. Double-click a record in the list to view it.

The header of each Bank Transaction record contains its unique identifying number, generated automatically when the record is created, and the date when it was created.

The 'Payment' card contains various reference numbers received from SEB Bank, the Currency of the Bank Transaction and its value. The Type field will contain "C" if the Bank Transaction represents the receipt of monies into your bank account, or "D" if it represents a payment