Thursday 27 August 2015

Bank Recon 4.2.983.3100 is available

Bank Recon 4.2.983.3100 is available for download from the Twenty57 website. Thank you to Shivkant and Ashish for the dev work

  • Bank Account currency column displayed on the Account List page
  • Bank Account Id displayed on the Account List page. This is to help with writing Easy Recon Rules
  • SWIFT MT940 Statement parser enhancements - process Statement Number Tag 28 instead of 28C
  • BAI Parser enhancements - process Custom Codes correctly, better handling of post-dated transactions on a statement, handle a comma in the 16 tag text field
  • Only allow an across account recon if at least one of the transactions in the match belongs to the selected account 
  • Accounting Periods: Allow editing of last accounting period name if manually added and allow delete of last accounting period if no data linked to it

  • Multiple Import of Bank Statements now shows Error Status and details if the import fails for some reason (files written to the Failed folder)
  • A Daily Process Schedule log item shows error Status if one of the processes inside of it fails
  • Use the correct Cashbook Transaction Type when transferring transactions between accounts
  • Display correct Batch Create User when viewing cashbook batch details through the All Batches screen
  • Group by in Easy Recon rules is creating the GetKeysCommand correctly
  • Same side cashbook transactions created by the Helper rule process are being moved to the Unreconciled tables
  • Ensure correct columns appear in the Manual Recon Cashbook filter view. Tag Name was being incorrectly shown and Account Name when searching in a single account
  • Alignment of grids and columns on the Daily Process Setup and Run Screens is fixed
  • Apply an Order by RowNumber clause to the query that generates the manual recon screen to ensure text fields are ordered correctly in all instances

We're taking a look at Bank Recon performance over the next couple of months. Improving the speed of cashbook imports, ensuring processes run efficiently, and updating queries to generate the screens faster. We'll also be looking at better management of concurrent users to make sure users on different domains and accounts don't block each other.