Question in regard to OFX 1.0.2 or 1.0.3
christian at cstimming.de
Sat Dec 8 14:52:35 EST 2012
thanks for sending this question directly to us, the developers of the gnucash
software and their main development discussion mailing list.
Did I understand your question correctly: Your bank is about to change the
implementation of the DirectConnect OFX server, and your concern is whether
this might cause problems with customers who are using the GnuCash software
for connecting to your DirectConnect server?
In that case the question is perfectly fine and we will have to think about
this for a short time. In particular, the developer of the DirectConnect
client software implementation needs to answer here, which is Martin Preuss of
the included helper library, called "aqbanking". I've forwarded your question
to him and we'll see what he knows about this issue from the client
implementation point of view.
To the other gnucash developers here: Does someone know whether the current
gnucash with aqbanking sends a DirectConnect request with OFX format version
1.0.2 and/or without ClientUID? (I don't use that feature so I don't know
Am Donnerstag, 6. Dezember 2012, 12:25:28 schrieb Medlin, Lisa:
> We will be requiring ClientUID or versions 1.0.3 to connect to Capital One
> for DirectConnect.
> We have a large population of users using GNUCash, is there anything that
> needs to be changed on the data file or in the sever config?
> The change will take place on December 15th to reject all users sending a
> 1.0.2 and/or ClientUID not included in data file.
> Can you assist me with understanding the impact to these users or is there
> something we can adjust for?
> Lisa Medlin
> Digital Customer Protection
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