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- Select the current payment data file created in JDE and create the bank file format (CTX) you need and send it back to you. So you can upload it in your electronic banking product of your bank.
- Select the current payment data file created in JDE and create the bank file format (CTX) you need and send it to the server of the bank.
If your bank requires encryption, hashing, etc. this is also possible.
We need to implement ACH payments with Fifth Third Bank. We're currently producing payment records using the P04571 and entering the information directly into their system. We need to produce the CTX formatted file to send to them.
I've read through the Oracle document for setting up the payment files but I'm not clear on what steps need to be in place to make the process work. I'd like to hear from someone who has experience with taking the payment records from P05471 and knows that the process is to get them to produce the file.
I appreciate any insights.
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@Kelly-Read said in ACH Payment Process:
Fifth Third Bank.
It is also possible to use standard software like APRO Cloud Solutions (module APRO Banking Gateway) to create any file format requested by your bank. This product includes over a 1.000 formats and can be used globally.
Up to your choice you can automatically let APRO:
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Willem van Wijngaarden
@Kelly-Read We have developed some customized application working with standard JDE application to handle Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) process to send/receive XML files to a bank. The process runs well for more than 3 years now. If you like to know more about the process feel free to contact me at hchenATgraymont.com. Regards, --Harry