[kmymoney] [Bug 390681] OFX import and unrecognized <FITID> tag

Thomas Baumgart bugzilla_noreply at kde.org
Sun Feb 18 19:56:00 UTC 2018


--- Comment #3 from Thomas Baumgart <tbaumgart at kde.org> ---
>From (an older version of) the OFX specifications:

An FI (or its Service Provider) assigns an <FITID> to uniquely identify a
financial transaction that can appear in an account statement. Its primary
purpose is to allow a client to detect duplicate responses. Open Financial
Exchange intends <FITID> for use in statement download applications, where
every transaction (not just those that are client-originated or
server-originated) requires a unique ID.

An <FITID> also uniquely identifies the closing statement in <CLOSINGRS> and
<CCCLOSINGRS>. Again, the OFX client should detect repeated closing statements
(duplicate downloads) using these identifiers.

FITIDs must be unique within the scope of an account but need not be sequential
or even increasing. Clients should be aware that FITIDs are not unique across
FIs. If a client performs the same type of request within the same scope at two
different FIs, clients will need to use FI + <ACCTID> + <FITID> as a globally
unique key in a client database. That is, the <FITID> value must be unique
within the account and Financial Institution (independent of the service

You may want to get in touch with your bank to get this fixed.

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