- USING ACH
- KNOWN BUGS
- SEE ALSO
ACH - ACH perl object
Version: 0.01 May 2006
ACH is a simple, generic perl object that contains the data necesary to create an ACH file. It's intentional use is for testing purposes ONLY. ACH will allow a developer to manipulate specific data fields in an ACH formatted object.
my $ACH = new ACH;
Creates a new ACH object
Prints all the ACH data
Returns the ACH data
This package is created for testing purposes only. It shouldn't be used for production programs or scripts. There are other commercial products out there that may be a more efficient solution for accomplishing your goals.
All records in an ACH file must be formatted in the following sequence of records. IF the file is not formatted in this exact sequence, it may be rejected.
ACH File Layout: 1 - File Header Record 5 - First Company/Batch Header Record 6 - First Entry Detail Record 7 - First Entry Detail Addenda Record (optional) | Multiples of Entry Detail Records | 6 - Last Entry Detail Record 7 - Last Entry Detail Addenda Record (optional) 8 - First Company/Batch Control Record | Multiples of Company/Batches | 5 - Last Company/Batch Header Record 6 - First Entry Detail Record 7 - First Entry Detail Addenda Record (optional) | Multiples of Entry Detail Records | 6 - Last Entry Detail Record 7 - Last Entry Detail Addenda Record (optional) 8 - Last Company/Batch Control Record 9 - File Control Record 9999...9999 (optional)
Author: Christopher Kois Date: May, 2006 Contact: email@example.com
The ACH module is Copyright (c) May, 2006 by Christopher Kois. http://www.christopherkois.com All rights reserved. You may distribute this module under the terms of GNU General Public License (GPL).
ACH is free Open Source software. IT COMES WITHOUT WARRANTY OR SUPPORT OF ANY KIND.
This is version 0.01 of ACH. There are currently no known bugs.