aquamaniac at gmx.de
Sun Jul 6 16:44:10 EDT 2008
On Sonntag, 6. Juli 2008, Christian Stimming wrote:
> Am Sonntag, 6. Juli 2008 21:00 schrieb Micha Lenk:
> unique" than bank code + account number. However, over time it turned out
> the original mapping was probably sufficient. Eventually I think gnucash
> should probably stop using the "aqbanking uid" and instead only use the
> conventional bank code + account number.
I would keep it the way it is now, because you assumption is correct: Only the
unique id really identifies an account with AqBanking unambigously.
Not all banking protocols use a bank code, also, some banks might choose to
use the same account id for multiple accounts thus requiring the triplet bank
code, account number and account type for unique identification.
So using the unique id (which BTW never changes within AqBanking if you are
continuously using the same configuration) is the best way for applications
to safely identify AqBanking accounts.
"Things are only impossible until they're not"
Martin Preuss - http://www.aquamaniac.de/
AqBanking - http://www.aqbanking.de/
LibChipcard - http://www.libchipcard.de/
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