Bellin, manual communication
On this page you will find relevant information about the integration between Bellin and Continia Payment Management.
This is not a setup wizard! If you have followed our guide to the basic setup of Payment Management (Setup and configuration), you will subsequently need to fill in a number of bank-specific fields on the bank account card for communication with the bank to work properly. These fields are reviewed on this page.
Payment Management supports the most common payment methods for this bank. The complete list can be seen here
The list is constantly updated as new methods are added.
Below you can see which setup file you need to import to communicate with the bank:
|Bellin||Bellin||BELLIN Germany MT101 - Manual Upload x.xx.xx.xml|
- Note that x.xx.xx replaces the version number of the file.
The setup files can be found in the product package under XML Bank Setup.
A prerequisite for you to be able to import payment files and statements for your Payment Management is that your bank creates and delivers the right files for you.
At your bank, you need to create a file exchange agreement.
Use the table below to help identify your file needs when creating this agreement.
|Type||If you want to||Comment||Order the following from the bank|
|Payment Receipts||Import payments||Use bank account reconciliation instead|
|Bank Account Reconciliation||Import Bank Statement||Account statement with a detailed description of all transactions. One file is ordered per. account.||MT940|
The following fields must be filled in on the bank account card in Payment Management.
|Fast tab||Field on the Bank Account Card||Description|
|General||Bank Branch Code..||Must not be filled in.|
|Bank Account No..||Must be filled in.|
|Communication||Country/Region Code||Must be filled in.|
|Posting||Currency Code||Must only be filled in if the account is held in a currency that is different from LCY.|
|Transfer||BIC/SWIFT Code||Must be filled in.|
|IBAN||Must be filled in if you make international payments.|
|Bank Code||Reference to your Bank Card|
For further instructions on the other fields on the Bank Account Card, see section Creating a Bank Account.