[GNC] AqBanking help for Citi CC
michael at fross.org
Thu Oct 25 08:32:06 EDT 2018
Thanks Jim. I can't seem to get AQBanking to log correctly in Windows 10.
I'll compile it on Ubuntu and try it there. Be back shortly :)
On Thu, Oct 25, 2018 at 12:50 AM Jim Maki via gnucash-user <
gnucash-user at gnucash.org> wrote:
> > I changed that to 2700 last night and both Chase and Citicards
> resumed working from within gnucash. I believe Quicken 2019 is
> AppVer=2800, but I’m not sure.
> Can you list your sanitized configuration parameters as I have? I'd like
> to compare them.
> And can you get your working (sanitized) ofx.log file? Does it differ
> from mine which has <USERID> followed by <USERPASS> on the first byte of
> the next line:
> >/================== OFX ================== />/... />/... <USERID>myuserid
> />/<USERPASS>mypassword />/... />/================== OFX ==================
> Here's why I'm so curious.
> My first test was to try Application Version 2700 and 2900: both worked
> with my blank-padded userid and both failed with my non-blank-padded
> userid. I suspect Liang's would also. But your's clearly wouldn't.
> So how could yours possibly work? One way is that somehow your OFXSGML
> interjects a tag between <USERID> and <USERPASS>. So I fired up my
> trusty curl-based script doing just that by sticking the "<LANGUAGE>"
> tag between:
> And it worked without blank padding the userid (the results you
> found). So if your version of GnuCash based on your exact configuration
> inputs creates an OFXSGML file (ofx.log) different from mine (and
> Liang's) in just the right way, yours could work.
> Feedback would be appreciated. I'd like to see the magic that makes
> yours work. I was running 2.6.19 at first but am running 3.3 now.
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