In a Payments Journal, when you have the North American ACH Electronic Payments, you still need to have Check Ledger Entries, with the status “Exported” and “Transmitted” otherwise you can’t post the journal. Currently in Bank Export/Import Setup we are using the Processing Codeunit ID=10090 untouched, the Processing XMLport ID is one developed by us and is working fine, and the Check Export Codeunit is being 1223 SEPA CT-Check Line, which is probably wrong. Need some orientation on this, please.
It sounds like you’re experiencing some issues with posting a payments journal that includes North American ACH Electronic Payments. In order to post the journal, you need to have Check Ledger Entries with the status “Exported” and “Transmitted.” You mentioned that your Bank Export/Import Setup is using the Processing Codeunit ID=10090, which is the standard codeunit for processing electronic payments in Dynamics NAV/BC. However, you also mentioned that the Check Export Codeunit being used is 1223 SEPA CT-Check Line, which is likely not correct for North American ACH Electronic Payments.
To resolve this issue, you may need to update the Check Export Codeunit to one that is specifically designed for North American ACH Electronic Payments. One potential codeunit you could use is Codeunit 11000 “Electronic Payment Management” which has a function called “Export Check Ledger Entries” that is designed for exporting electronic payments. You will need to modify this codeunit to fit your specific needs and ensure that it exports Check Ledger Entries with the correct status for North American ACH Electronic Payments.
In addition, you may also need to ensure that your Bank Export/Import Setup is properly configured for North American ACH Electronic Payments, including selecting the correct Processing Codeunit ID and Processing XMLport ID. You may want to consult with your Dynamics NAV/BC consultant or support team for further guidance on configuring these settings.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.