ISO 20022 XML pain.008.001.02 and pain.008.003.02 format

In order to use this you have to contact KeepTrack Support with information from your bank where we need the following:

  • Company name on the contract
  • Contract ID No.
  • Contract IBAN No. for receiving payments
  • Contract BIC/SWIFT No. (11 characters)

Via you find the report for exporting your SEPA file which can since be used for import to your bank and for registering the payments contained in the file.

SEPA

The only input you need is the required collection date (the date the amount is paid from the customer account). The output will contain all DD invoices with outstanding balance. Please note that this date must be in the future!

If you want to limit the output up till a certain due date you enter this date in the 'Payment date limit' field. The output will contain all DD invoices with outstanding balance and with a due date before this date.


The file is PDF and all the text has to be copy-pasted to a text editor and saved as 'someName.xml' in order to get the XML file the bank needs.

Registering payments is done via . When you import the file and register the payments the payment date is set to the date you are importing the file (and not to the collection date).

What does the file include

All of the below points must be met in order to include the payment!

  • The payer needs the qualification 'IBAN'
  • The payers qualification 'IBAN' needs to have the payers full IBAN No. in the remark field
  • Invoices with outstanding balance and with 'Due Date' before the chosen 'Payment date limit' (all invoices if the latter field is left empty).

One payer can have multiple invoices included in the same file

Most important points

The exported file is PDF and all the text has to be copy-pasted to a text editor and saved as 'someName.xml' in order to get the XML file the bank needs.

Make sure you set your collection date the same or further out than your 'Payment date limit' if you only want to collect from customers where due date is past.

It's very important that after you export the file and send it to the bank you register all contained payments before you pull the next file or else you will risk charging customers double.