Example of OFX transaction using CLIENTUID - Need some support to communicate with my bank.

Martin Preuss aquamaniac at gmx.de
Sat Nov 1 11:47:15 EDT 2008


On Samstag, 1. November 2008, Bruce Perens wrote:
> Martin Preuss wrote:
> > However, do you have any idea how that CLIENTUID is generated?
> I think it's a random number, generated once and sent the same with all
> successive transmissions. In that log it's sent twice, and both are the
> same. After it was sent, I got an automated email from the mechanics
> bank confirming that I had registered my Intuit Quicken data file.

Ok, then I guess you should use that very same CLIENTUID with GnuCash as 

> Should I pull both GNUCash and AQBanking from subversion? Is there any
> branch name I should use?

"trunk" for both should do fine (trunk of AqBanking now contains code for 
upcoming AqBanking4, and trunk of GnuCash is now adapted to AqBanking4).


"Things are only impossible until they're not"

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