Wednesday 16 November 2011

My experiences as a Bank Recon user

I recently spent some time being a user on my own product. It has been an eye-opening, informative and at times frustrating experience. Despite having worked on Bank Recon for many years now I have never done the daily recon's and follow-up in a Production environment over a period of time. It gave me a unique opportunity to experience many of the issues users encounter first hand.

Some of the issues I faced:

  • I did not have any of the set-up screen rights or access to the database so I had to work with the data and information as it was presented in Bank Recon to make the matches and identify the problems.
  • I experienced the frustrations of having hundreds to thousands of lines on the Cashbook and one entry on the bank statement. And then finding out they do not tie up exactly.
  • I understand why people export to Excel - I did it myself and then remembered that I am definitely not an advanced Excel user.
  • I felt powerless (and a bit embarrassed!) when I tried to do something and couldn't get it right, even when I knew it was possible.

What I wanted:

  • To be able to send an email from bank recon as I identified transactions to follow up on - not have to copy and paste the data into a document or export it first. 
  • To be able to search for a particular transaction (based on amount, date or some reference) from the Manual recon screen, even if it has been previously reconciled. 
  • Bank Recon to automate those transactions which are always a match but don't share common details.
  • To include the detail I had available outside of Bank Recon into the manual recon screen to allow me to more easily identify the matches.
  • The browser back button to take me back to where I had been previously. 

The first 3 of the list are in the development and planning stages. The last two will be tackled at a later stage. And of course there are many other improvements (big and small) that we are also planning.

And some of the highlights:

  • It was gratifying to see how quickly exceptions were identified and raised with the relevant people. 
  • I got a thrill from seeing the suggestions and being able to reconcile, or ignore, them with one click.
  • The number of transactions auto recon reconciled for me.
  • The satisfaction as the client came to grips with Bank Recon and the reconciliation process (this is the first time they were doing the recon's in house) and began to see the value of Bank Recon and the ease of using it.

It has been a rewarding experience and one I hope to repeat regularly to remind myself what the priorities of bank recon are:

  • Powerful matching engine and rules to quickly and easily match transactions.
  • Provide the best interface to efficiently identify the exceptions and follow-up on them.
  • Comprehensive reporting for ease of compliance with any regulations and complete audit trailing for full transparency.

Thursday 20 October 2011

New build available with Suggest bug fixes.

Suggest is a brand new piece of functionality and still being adopted at clients so we do pick up the occasional bug in it. But they are few and far between and on the it is proving to be very stable. Version 4.2.361.1803 is now available from the Twenty57 website. Thanks to Anand and the team for all the great work.

The one bug will only affect you if you are running the Bank Recon Database on SQL Server 2008 and on a different server to the application. SQL 2005 and SQL 2008 handle transactions in a slightly different manner which caused the bug. This build won't affect how Suggest works on a SQL 2005 database in any way.

Additional Suggest Bugs fixed are:

  • Ensuring all HTML keywords and special characters are handled correctly if they appear in the data.
  • Better handling of the error which was appearing on the Suggest Config Screen when the service is not running.

Bank Recon is not yet developed in SQL 2008 so while I am confident it works in conjunction with 2008 (and we have a number of clients running Bank Recon on SQL 2008 in production environments) we don't run the build and unit tests on SQL 2008 so the odd compatibility issue may slip through. If you encounter one let me know and we will do our best to address it.

And if your environment is running SQL 2005 and you have plans to upgrade soon tell me so we can make a decision on when to officially move Bank Recon to SQL 2008.

The next planned release will include exception management (both user driven and automated) so watch this space.

Thursday 6 October 2011

Which webservices do you use?

Which of the Bank Recon webservices currently offered do you use? We are planning a revamp of the existing webservices to provide better interfaces for exception management and integration with different systems. A full list of the available webservices is below.

For Imports:
  • DomainGroupBankStatementImport
  • DomainGroupCashbookImport
  • DomainSingleBankStatementImport
  • CashbookImport
  • SingleBankStatementImport
  • BankDetailsImport
For Recons:
  • DomainGroupAutoRecon
  • AutoRecon
  • CancelRecon
Other Bank Recon Processes:
  • DomainGroupCashbookTransfer
  • DomainGroupGLExport
  • GLExport
  • DomainGroupJournalRule
  • SingleJournalRule
Client Specific Processes:
  • GetDetail
  • GetExceptions
  • GetHistory
  • UpdateException
  • DeleteDetail
  • AddDetail

Any changes we make will affect the Framework 4 version only. Scheduling has been included in Bank Recon since Version 2.4.758.2344 released in January 2010. This has reduced the dependency on the existing webservices to automate imports, recons and other processes.

If you use the built in Bank Recon scheduling but still have reason to occasionally use the webservices let me know.
If you are currently on a version that does not have scheduling and use the webservices are you planning to switch over once you upgrade?

Email me or post a comment and tell me.

Tuesday 4 October 2011

Version 4.2.348.1775 is available for download (bug fixes)

A few small bugs were identified in the previous version and we have worked to fix them and get the new build out to you quickly. Thank you to Anand and the team for the great work. Please use this build if you are doing an upgrade to the Framework 4 version instead of the build released last week. Version 4.2.348.1775 is available from the Twenty57 website.

  • Install with Windows Authentication selected works. You don't have to install with Forms Authentication and then update your site and config files later.
  • Amount Filter work correctly with IN, NOT IN and BETWEEN conditions. Please note that using a formatted amount value with these three filter conditions will not work. IN, NOT IN and BETWEEN still work as normal for all other columns (ID, Date, Details etc).
If this is your first install of a .net Framework 4 version please follow the instructions in the previous blog post

Let me know what your experiences with Bank Recon are and what you think we could do to make it better. All feedback is wanted and welcome.

Thursday 29 September 2011

Bank Recon is on Framework 4.

Bank Recon is officially on Framework 4. You can download Bank Reconciliation 4.2.344.1766 from reconciliation changes are released in this version and there should be measurable improvements in auto recon times for everyone. There are no changes to the rule design or matching logic so the effectiveness of your rules has not been affected in any way.

Thank you to all the developers for the great work done.

Additional features included in this build
1. Copy and Paste from the Amount column to the filter and apply it without getting an error - any formatting is now ignored.
2. Clicking in any row of the grid will bold it and select it so you always know where you are, even when you have scrolled across the grid.
3. Export to Excel now includes the transactions in the matched section - no matter what your applied filters.
4. Clicking Clear will remove the ticks from the checkbox - no need to page through your transactions to find and remove them.
5. 'Group by' has been simplified. You will no longer see the three additional columns in the filter when you check the group by box. Select your required columns, amount will always be selected and when you Apply the filters, Bank Recon will automatically group by the columns and sum the amounts.
6. The ABSA ASCII bank statement format now supports import of multiple accounts in one file.
7. Suggest Bug - Display error when html special characters are included in the text has been fixed.
8. A view of the Current Log.txt file written by the Process Service has been added. Admin>Process Log
9. Suggest matches made are no longer logged in the audit tables

Installing this version
Before installing this version please ensure you have .Net Framework 4 installed on the application server. It is advisable to do a clean install of this build. If you must do an upgrade please contact me and I will help you with the necessary changes.

1. Stop the service and uninstall your existing Bank Recon installation.
2. Clean up the install folder (delete or rename the web.config and processservice.config files).
3. Run the msi
4. Select Custom install. Specify the correct install folder and select all features EXCEPT the database and Virtual Directory. You can use the same Virtual Directory and you will need to update the existing database using the database updater after install.
5. Select Forms authentication. Even if you use windows authentication please run the install with Forms authentication and update the web.config file afterwards. There is a windows authentication install error. We are working on a fix for it.
6. Install Bank Recon. The service may fail to start automatically and will need to be manually restarted once the Database has been updated.
7. Use the Database Updater located in the Install Tools folder to update your database.
8. Update the connection strings in your config files to the correct value and change your authentication type to Windows if required.
9. Change the Framework version of your IIS directory. In IIS 6 you change it on the site itself. In IIS 7 update the Framework version of the application pool. If you are running IIS7 please ensure your app pool is running in Classic Mode.
10. Restart your service.

And you are good to go.

We are still investigating ways to improve the performance and scalability of Bank Recon. Currently we are testing various options, some of which are showing great results. These improvements will be included in future releases.

We are also including 'in-house' exception handling. On the cards now is better webservices to integrate to other systems and giving the user the power to send an email directly from Bank Recon when tagged transactions need investigation. We are looking at other exception management functionality and will extend it over time. Watch this space for more details.

As always I would love to hear what you think and what you want to see in Bank Recon.

Thursday 1 September 2011

Best practices for good Recon Rule design

I have been focusing on recon rules and how they perform for the last few months. Some great dev work has been done to improve the auto matching, but it is also possible to get significant performance gains by implementing good rule design.

To give you an idea of how impressive the gains can be:
The 'worst' performing Domain in our testing only showed an improvement of 14% between the old and new code. After applying some of the tips below to the rules, there was a 50% improvement in the time taken for the rules to execute. These rules were run on large data sets, but the gains are equally noticeable on recon counts of 1000 and less.

New Code, original rules
(hh:mm:ss) m1.Large Instance
New code, tweaked rules
(hh:mm:ss) m1.Large Instance
% Improvement

General Guidelines (in no particular order):
  • Specify exact matches in the Command SortOrder for both LHS and RHS rather than in the match Section of the rule.
  • Try include at least one exact match criteria - even just the AccountId match
  • Sort your SQL queries in the same order you specify the matches.
  • Always sort the SQL queries and always sort LHS and RHS in the same way.
  • Use (noLock) in the SQL.
  • Only return the columns you need, not everything.
  • Filter your data sets to exclude blank values, zero amounts and other records which won't produce a match for that rule.
  • Use @CurrentDomainID (case-sensitive).
  • Limit the data sets to recent transactions. If a record hasn't auto-matched in the last 90 days (or less) it is unlikely to recon now.
  • When working with grouped data sets exclude 'groups' of 1 transaction. Grouped data sets make use of the GetKeys command whether the group is one or many and this takes more time. Rather do a separate rule for 1-1 matches.
  • Set the priority of your rules - this helps ensure the best matches are made first.
  • If values have changed fields ( eg from Details to Reference1), after an initial phase in period, remove the old matching criteria. 'Or' command in the regex will slow down the rule.
  • Try get the matching value in SQL and use SortOrder to make the match rather than use Regex in a match definition.
  • Limit the number of Recon Rules.
  • Review the rule performance periodically. I can provide scripts to do this.
  • Make use of Helper Rules.
  • Make use of the TemporaryTableCommand.
Not all of the above can be applied to all rules and sometimes a change may make things worse. Use your discretion and always test a tweak first to make sure that you are still matching the correct stuff and that there is actually a performance gain. There are those rules where very specific matching criteria may mean a trade off with performance but try limit them!

If you have other tips please let me know about them. I am always trying to grow the Bank Recon knowledge base.

Tuesday 30 August 2011

The Bench-marking journey and results

We have finished bench-marking and it has been an interesting journey into the world of Amazon servers and  'cloud computing'. I will give the highlights (and low lights) and the final results. You are more than welcome to contact me if you want more details as to our findings and the procedure followed. Please note that all results and recommendations are subjective. We ran Bank Recon on one server (Application, service and database) and we were only running Bank Recon, no other applications. Amazon servers are also virtual so the performance will most likely differ to a real hardware setup with similar specs.

We also only tested the recon rules and cashbook imports. Testing of the manual screen as well as load testing may be conducted at a later stage.

We tested two different database setups. Both databases are real world databases with actual cashbook and bank transactions in them. The recon rules are in use at clients and were not changed in anyway for the testing.
1. 170 GB database where the Cashbook Transaction table has been partitioned and the Recon ID is the clustered index. Ran the rules on one domain for all transactions matched on one day.
2. 7 GB database with the standard Bank Recon schema. Ran the rules for all the domains for all transactions in the database.

The m1.Large instance has 7.5 GB memory and 2 virtual cores with 2EC2 units each. The underlying processor is an Intel Xeon E5430 (according to the Windows Server 2008 System information)
The m2.xLarge instance has 17.1 GB memory and 2 virtual cores with 3.25 EC2 units each. The underlying processor is an Intel Xeon X5550 (according to the Windows Server 2008 System information)
1 EC2 unit is approximately equal to the CPU capacity of a 1-1.2 GHz 2007 Opteron or 2007 Xeon Processor. More information on the instances is available here.
All instances are running Windows Server 2008 R2 64 bit.

And the results:

Cashbook Imports:
Only imported data into the 170 GB database, using the SQL BCP process. There were no code changes made.

Import File sizeNo of Txns Importedm1.Large Time (hh:mm:ss)m2.xLarge Time (hh:mm:ss)% Improvement
777,039 KB1 033 39500:53:3400:38:1829%
779,603 KB1 003 10400:52:0200:39:2225%

Recon Rules

m1.Large (old vs New code)m2.xLarge (new code)m2.xLarge (new code)
best time
DatabaseDomainRecon Count for all rules (approx)% Improvement code change% Improvement: increased hardware as compared to m1.Large new codeTime taken
170 GB1 24 60085%20%00:16:28
7 GB137 00014%44%01:37:44
2315 60069%47%02:46:22
335 90035%26%02:59:39
412 68074%32%00:03:15
What really jumps out from the above results is the wide swing in recon performance improvement. All domains tested show an improvement but it varies between 14% and 85% when looking at the code changes and between 20% and 47% when looking at the hardware scaling. 

What this seems to indicates, is the effect that rule design has on the performance. We didn't change the matching logic, only the reconciling logic. The matching code has to work harder to find matches when the data isn't fully filtered or the sorting isn't consistent, and the reconciling portion is then a smaller percentage of the overall process. We may make changes to the matching logic in the future but you can get further rule improvements now by looking at your rules and tweaking them where necessary. But rule design is a subject for another blog post. 

Why these instances?
We tested on the m1.Large, m1.xLarge, m2.xLarge and m2.2xLarge instances. m1.Large is the smallest instance which made sense in our case - it allowed us to scale the 'hardware' and provided enough power to test on. We then upgraded to the m1.xLarge instance. On paper this is double the m1.Large instance and very similar to the m2.xLarge instance. But to our surprise we didn't get the expected improvements. Research led us to the conclusion that not all Amazon instances are created equal. It is likely you are sharing the underlying hardware when using a m1 instance. So you can find yourself in a 'noisy neighbourhood' and suffering from 'CPU steal cycle'. The m2 instances do not seem to experience the same issues to as large a degree.

We tested the scalability of Bank Recon by running the rules on the m2.2xLarge (double the m2.xLarge instance) instance but did not see noticeable improvements. Bank Recon does not make use of parallelism so the additional cores were of no benefit. There is also a limit to the amount of memory Bank Recon can currently utilise.

Summary and Guidelines
The results indicate that the optimum configuration for Bank Recon is 18 GB RAM and a 2-3 GHz dual core processor. This is required for both the Application and Database server. Your hard disk size we be determined by the size of your database and application. Please note that this guideline is based on running Bank Recon on one server with NO other applications. If you run multiple applications or databases on the same server you will benefit from more cores and memory which allow for parallel execution of processes and multiple threading.

A big thank you to the development team for the code improvements and all the time spent in bench-marking and analysing the results. We are busy with some small tweaks to the Manual Recon screen to make it more user friendly and then we will release everything in one bumper release

Tuesday 16 August 2011

Benchmarking Performance on Amazon Servers

Bank Recon benchmarking is underway with the goal of providing measurable information as to what the optimal setup is, as well as to quantify the improvements gained from the recon rule changes that have been made. Remember, we are testing in a very specific environment so we can only give guidelines to maximise performance. Factors such as the number of applications running on your servers and the number of users will affect performance in your environment in ways we haven't tested. 

We decided to use the Amazon EC2 servers for the benchmarking exercise. The benefit of the Amazon setup is that hardware can be easily scaled to measure the effect of upgrading the processors, memory and disk space without the physical cost of buying and housing the servers . Amazon provides a number of 'instances' which have differing CPU's, cores and memory. Amazon uses the EC2 Compute Unit (ECU) to measure CPU output. One ECU unit is roughly equivalent to a 1.0-1.2 GHz 2007 Opteron or 2007 Xeon processor. More information about the Amazon EC2 servers can be found here.

Thus far we are testing on the following configurations

Instances Used
EC2 Large: 4 ECUs, 2 cores, 7.5 GB memory
EC2 Extra Large: 8 ECU's, 4 cores, 15 GB Memory

Server Setup
Windows Server 2008 R2 64 bit.
SQL Server 2005. 
Database and application running on the same server.

160 GB with the Cashbook Transaction Table partitioned on Recon Id
6 GB with a standard schema

I will detail the testing done and the results in a later blog post when it is all completed, which should be in the next week or so. We have tested the recon performance improvement of the new code vs the old code as well as benchmarked the Import process on the Large instance. We are now testing how scaling the hardware affects the performance by running the recon rules and imports on the Extra Large Instance using the new code only. We may test on other instances as well to get a better idea of scalability. Every time we release a new version going forward we will benchmark it to ensure the performance is as good or better. 

And as soon as the testing is complete we will release the new build - watch this space!

Thursday 7 July 2011

Bank Recon Release 4.1.303.1673

Bank Recon 4.1.303.1673 can be downloaded from

It is the last version to be released on .net Framework 3.5. All new features are being developed on .net Framework 4. We will continue to support the older versions, limiting development to bug fixes.

What is in this version?
  • Bug Fix: Edit tag screen: CB transaction frame size has been increased to make viewing easier
  • Features: Added setup information, guidelines and a test button to the Cashbook and Bank Details Import Definition screens. 
  • Reports: Updates to the Age Analysis of Outstanding Deposits, Unreconciled Item Summary Report and Unreconciled Transaction Detail with Summary reports. Improve the layout and ensure meaningful data is returned in all situations.
As always, all feedback is wanted - let me know what you think. I hope you are using Suggest and getting great value out of it.

Friday 24 June 2011

Auto-recon enhancements: infrastructure upgrade to .Net Framework 4

As part of the Auto recon performance enhancements, we are upgrading Bank Recon to .Net Framework 4. You will need to have .Net Framework 4 installed on your Bank Recon Application server if you want to install the version once it is released and take advantage of the performance improvements.

.Net Framework 4 can be installed on Windows Server 2003 SP2, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and supports both x86 and x64 bit architecture. More information  and the downloads can be found here: (standalone installer) and
here: (web installer)

Support for the .Net Framework 3.5 versions will be limited to bug fixes going forward.

Please let me know if any of this is an issue for you so we can manage the releases and support accordingly.

Tuesday 21 June 2011

Suggest Release

I am very excited to present the new Suggest functionality. I truly believe it is going to add value to Bank Recon and make it a more dynamic product.

Thank you to Anand, Ameet and Amol for the fantastic development work done; and to Franz and Carien for the usability guidance and design input. A special thanks to all the users who made themselves available for the prototype testings and provided the feedback to ensure we are delivering what you need.

Please download Version from

What is Suggest?
Users are presented with possible matches based on common words, date ranges and amounts which they can either reconcile or ignore.  Matching words are highlighted and the user can decide whether words give useful matches and should be used for future suggestions or not.

Franz's post gives more information on how Suggest works and the usablity testing and the Bank Recon webhelp also includes information on using the Suggest functionality.

Installation Notes:
If you are upgrading from a previous version '' of Bank Recon, the following needs to be added to the config files:
    appSettings section of web.config:
        <add key="ConfigManagerURL" value="tcp://localhost:8087/ConfigManager"/>
    service secion of App.config of ProcessService:
        <wellknown type="Twenty57.BankRecon.API.ManualReconSuggestions.ConfigManagerProxy, Twenty57.BankRecon.API" mode="SingleCall"objectUri="ConfigManager" />

Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator must be installed on the application server and the Database server.

Setup Notes:
You need to have Site Administrator rights to access the Suggest Configuration Setup screens. The default settings applied when the version is installed are optimised for most environments. Simply make the process active. You may want to add additional match criteria according to the business needs.

I recommend running the process for the 1st time outside of core business hours because a large dictionary of keywords is loaded and the initial run may process a large number of unreconciled transactions. Thereafter it will run in the background continually while activated.

If you experience performance degradation, adjust the config settings as described in the webhelp. Additional setup information is also available on the page.

The 'Suggest Reconciliation' Menu right will need to be given to the appropriate user groups so that they can see the screens.

I am looking forward to hearing about your experiences using Suggest and all ideas on extending the functionality. Please let me know about any issues you experience and thoughts you have 

Friday 17 June 2011

BankRecon Suggest Usability Testing

We have just come back from an awesome usability session for BankRecon’s new Suggest functionality at a client. Now I feel compelled to tell you more about it.

Suggest finds matching transactions by looking at the amount, date and all reference fields to find amounts and dates that tie up and words that are the same. This works really well when client or account reference numbers are available, but suggest can also pick up matches where there are names or other unique values in the transactions. It looks like this:

The matching words are highlighted and provide users with an easy way to understand the quality of the match by evaluating the uniqueness of the words that match across the transactions. As users currently use these words to find matches in the manual recon screen, this task is quite simple for the current BankRecon users.

Some comments from our users:

“It will make it (my work) a lot quicker and much easier”

“That will be very useful”

“That will make my work less, so thank you!” (she guessed that it is about 20%)

“I don’t need to search any more as it just delivers the recons to me”

“Now there is no need to define profiles any longer”

“Wow, that is so cool.”

Monday 30 May 2011

Bank Recon Web Services

Bank Recon uses simple SOAP web services ( find more on SOAP here: which allow for the bi-directional transfer of data.

All methods and their details can be found by navigating to the web services url: http://localhost/bankrecon/WebServices/WebServices.asmx on the server hosting the web site, or replace localhost with the server name if browsing remotely.

The methods defined perform many of the standard Bank Recon functions including imports, reconciliations, cashbook transfers, general ledger export and viewing, editing and deleting detail. They require a username, password and Domain Group Id, Domain Id or Account Id. Some also require a particular Transaction Id or definition name (recon rule name, GL Export definition name etc) in order to execute.

Monday 23 May 2011

Bank Statements

I am after information around the different bank statements that are imported into Bank Recon, particularly ABSA and Nedbank statements.

If you have specification documents, statement samples and details about how the statements are received from the bank (an automated process, download from the bank's website etc) please email it to me.

Do you ever rollback imports?

  • How often do you need to rollback Bank Statement, Cashbook or Bank Details imports?
  • Why do you need to rollback?
  • Do you rollback an entire statement/import definition or just for the affected accounts?
  • If you need to rollback how do you do it? Adhoc script; standard script; Delete the affected Bank or Cashbook Batches per account from the UI?

Let me know in the comments or by email. We are looking at ways to make it easier to manage.

Friday 20 May 2011

Default and Disable a Report Parameter in Bank Recon

To ensure that a user can only run a report for the selected Domain and Account the parameters in the RDL need to be named as follows (case is important):

To do this:

  1. Right click outside the Report on the Layout Tab to open the Parameter box
  2. Name your parameter domainid or accountid (as required for the particular report)
  3. Specify the label and Available values

This then 'matches' to the Application Report Parameter values and defaults and disables the dropdowns.

If the report is run on the Domain level with no account selected, the Domain parameter will be disabled but an account can still be chosen. Running the Report at a Domain Group level will allow the user to chose the required domain from the dropdown (dependent on the query used to return the data)

If you don't ever want the parameters to be disabled simply name them to something different or change the case.

Tuesday 17 May 2011

Bank Recon Help Pages

If you are running version (Released August 2010)  or later you can setup the help. The help is hosted on the Twenty57 website and can be accessed directly from Bank Recon. 

To set it up you need to be a site administrator:

The Contents menu item will now be visible under the Help parent menu and is accessible to all users.

Bank Recon help includes both Daily User content as well as setup information. If you have any ideas on how to improve the help or think something is missing from it please let me know.

Monday 16 May 2011

Your Feedback is in the Roadmap

I visited a number of the clients using Bank Recon in both Johannesburg and Cape Town towards the end of April. It was great to meet everyone and I received some fantastic feedback.

Some of the common requirements are:
  • Better Performance
  • Integrated Exception Management
  • Easier to work across accounts (tagging and matching)
  • Simpler Recon Rules
  • Streamline Reporting (easier to load, fewer timeouts, easily add client logo's and colours)
Performance is being investigated and if significant architectural changes are required the Roadmap items and order could change significantly. 

Many thanks for meeting with me. If you have any other requirements that you don't see on the Roadmap or in Hothouse, please log it on Hothouse. All comments, queries and ideas are welcome.

Tuesday 10 May 2011

Bank Recon Release

There is a new version of Bank Recon available for download from

The following bugs and features have been addressed in the build:
Bug: Manual Recon: Bank Transactions: only transactions from the current account were moved when multiple account transactions were selected.
Timeouts: windows authentication now direct people to the account selector page.
Dashboard: Warning Status is displayed when there is a warning message in the Bank Statement Import details (as for empty statement imported or account not found in the selected domain)
PACS Statement: Include Transaction Code Translation in Ref3
ABSA Host-to-Host Statement: Include Tran in Ref4 and Func in Ref5