gnucash development

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Tue Sep 30 11:03:41 EDT 2008


Thomas Frister <t.frister at> writes:

> Am Donnerstag, 25. September 2008 schrieb Derek Atkins:
>> T F <a200405 at> writes:
>>>>> will there be the two step TAN-(transaction number) procedure be
>>>>> supported in
>>>>> the near future? because my credit institute changed the procedure
>>>>> form one
>>>>> to two-step procedure, so I can't use gnucash anymore.
>> Is this OFX?
> no
>> HBCI?
> the iTNAN procedurre uses FinTS (HBCI) standard, which is not yet
> supported from gnucash
>> Does AqBanking support it?
> I fear not
> It is also called iTAN-procedure, you must give in not any TAN but a
> TAN with a certain order number is requested by the credit institute

GnuCash uses AqBanking for all online banking support.  If AqB does
not support it then GnuCash cannot support it.  You should contact
the AqBanking team.  Once they support it then GnuCash should get
it (nearly) for free.

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       Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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