What is import history

  • The Import History screen displays a list of your imports in to Commercial Banking Online. The list of imports will include both payment imports and beneficiary imports. Beneficiary imports are listed as Bab in the Import type.

    Viewing an import details will show you the number of files that have been imported and summarises the totals of the items submitted, accepted, and rejected, plus the total number of errors generated. It will also allow you to see the cause of any errors if your file fails to upload. You can view more details about an import by clicking Down arrow in the import’s row and selecting View.

    The record will show you the key information about the import including:

    • User Name - the User who imported the file
    • Date & Time - Date and time when the file was imported
    • File Name - name of import file. Clicking on the file name will give you expanded information about the import including the cause of any errors
    • Submitted - the total number of records in the import file
    • Accepted - the number of records in the import file that have been successfully imported and have an Entered status in the Payment Management screen
    • Rejected - the number of records in the import file that have been unsuccessful
    • Errors - the number of errors found in the import file, you can find more details about the errors by clicking the file name

    Click on the filename to show you further information about the import, If you have been unsuccessful in importing your file you will find the reason here.


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