In the SEPA-Transfer Enterprise Edition you can use command line commands to automate repeated bank transactions - for example the import of account data from a database or Excel file - without much effort.
SEPA-Transfer offers CMD and PowerShell syntax.
For example, if you import account data from a DTA file and want to transfer all open transactions in the selected account to your bank via HBCI/Fin TS (online banking), you can do this with the following command line:
.\SEPA-Transfer.exe -Command Import -File "C:\Pfad\zu\monatlichen\Daten.xls" -Type Debit -Command Send
Do you manage multiple accounts and want to make sure the right account is selected? Then, to select the desired account, use the parameter:
.\SEPA-Transfer.exe -Command Account -Name "Vereinskonto" -Command Import -File "C:\Pfad\zu\monatlichen\Daten.xls" -Type Debit -Command Send
You can specify the name of the account beforehand in the program settings.
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Further information about command line parameters can be found in on the help page.