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ERP/2.50/Developers Guide/Database Model/org.openbravo.model.common.bank/C BankAccount

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C_BankAccount

Used to define one or more accounts for a Bank. Each account has a unique Account No and Currency.

This table contains the following columns:

Name Nullable Data Type Description
C_BankAccount_ID NVARCHAR2(32)A monetary account of funds held in a recognized banking institution.
AD_Client_ID NVARCHAR2(32)Client for this installation.
AD_Org_ID NVARCHAR2(32)Organizational entity within client
IsActive NCHAR(1)A flag indicating whether this record is available for use or de-activated.
Created NDATEThe date that this record is completed.
CreatedBy NVARCHAR2(32)User who created this records
Updated NDATEx not implemented
UpdatedBy NVARCHAR2(32)User who updated this records
C_Bank_ID NVARCHAR2(32)Bank
C_Currency_ID NVARCHAR2(32)An accepted medium of monetary exchange that may vary across countries.
BankAccountType NVARCHAR2(60)Bank Account Type
AccountNo YNVARCHAR2(20)Account Number
CurrentBalance NNUMBERCurrent Balance
CreditLimit NNUMBERAmount of Credit allowed
IsDefault NCHAR(1)A value that is shown whenever a record is created.
Codeaccount YNVARCHAR2(10)Code of the account
Digitcontrol YNVARCHAR2(1)Digit control
Iban YNVARCHAR2(34)International standard for identifying bank accounts across national borders
GenericAccount YNVARCHAR2(50)Number of the bank account, in a generic format. Usefull if the bank does not use nor IBAN nor our country bank account number's structure
ShowGeneric YCHAR(1)Show Generic
ShowSpanish YCHAR(1)Show Spanish
ShowIBAN YCHAR(1)Show IBAN
DisplayedAccount YNVARCHAR2(50)Text that will identify this bank account

Other Info

Check constraints

These are the check constraints for this table:

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Indexes

These are the indexes for this table (for each index there is a list of all the columns included within it):

Non Unique

Unique

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Columns

Bank Account

The Bank Account identifies an account at this Bank.

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Client

Foreign key column to AD_Client table, (column: AD_Client_ID)

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Organization

Foreign key column to AD_Org table, (column: AD_Org_ID)

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Active

There are two methods of making records unavailable in the system: One is to delete the record, the other is to de-activate the record. A de-activated record is not available for selection, but available for reporting. There are two reasons for de-activating and not deleting records:
(1) The system requires the record for auditing purposes.
(2) The record is referenced by other records. E.g., you cannot delete a Business Partner, if there are existing invoices for it. By de-activating the Business Partner you prevent it from being used in future transactions.

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Creation Date

The Created field indicates the date that this record was created.

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Created By

Foreign key column to AD_User table, (column: AD_User_ID)

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Updated

The Updated field indicates the date that this record was updated.

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Updated By

Foreign key column to AD_User table, (column: AD_User_ID)

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Bank

Foreign key column to C_Bank table, (column: C_Bank_ID)

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Currency

Foreign key column to C_Currency table, (column: C_Currency_ID)

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Account Type

The Bank Account Type field indicates the type of account (savings, checking etc) this account is defined as.

List values: C_Bank Account Type

The allowed values for this list are:

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Account No.

The Account Number indicates the Number assigned to this account

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Current Balance

The Current Balance field indicates the current balance in this account.

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Credit Limit

The Credit Limit field indicates the credit limit for this account.

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Default

The Default Checkbox indicates if this record will be used as a default value.

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Partial Account No.

Last ten numbers of the bank account.

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Control Digit

Tenth number of the bank account.

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IBAN

Code that identifies uniquely one bank account, no matter the country it belongs to. It consists of a ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code, followed by two check digits, and up to thirty alphanumeric characters for the domestic bank account number, called the BBAN (Basic Bank Account Number). It is up to each country's national banking community to decide on the length of the BBAN for accounts in that country, but its length must be fixed for any given country.

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Generic Account

Number of the bank account, in a generic format. Usefull if the bank does not use nor IBAN nor our country bank account number's structure

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Show Generic

Show Generic

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Show Spanish

Show Spanish

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Show IBAN

Show IBAN

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Displayed Account

Text that will identify this bank account

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Related tables

Tables that link this table:

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