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R12 US NACHA CCD Format Mishandles ABA Routing Number With Leading "0" (Doc ID 841127.1)

Last updated on JUNE 11, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Payments - Version 12.0.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When trying to match our EFT file format with the standard US NACHA CCD Format (XML Publisher Format Template IBYDE_N1US_en.rtf ), the following issue was found:
With the Batch Header record which starts with a "5", the positions from 80 through 87 should contain the first 8 characters of the Internal Bank ABA routing number.
Our Internal Bank ABA number is "123456789"; but when using US NACHA CCD Format (IBYDE_N1US_en.rtf), the output file displays "23456789" instead of "123456789". A similar problem occurs with ENTRY_DETAIL_CR record which starts with "6" and BATCH_CONTROL record which starts with "8".

What can be done to correct that condition, so that our bank will accept our US NACHA CCD Format output files?


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