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SEPA Direct Debit Updates (FR, BE, IT and ES) are now available for “all” versions of NAV!

SEPA Direct Debit Updates (FR, BE, IT and ES) are now available for “all” versions of NAV!
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Until the end of December last year, SEPA Direct Debit was only available for NAV 2013 R2. Now, as you know, this version is quite new .. and it was somewhat more “urgent” to receive the objects for earlier versions – more common to existing customers ;-).

Well .. since December 30th, these objects are available for France, Belgium, Italy and Spain!

You can find them here:

France:

Belgium

Italy

Spain


For other countries
, I don’t know. But I strongly suggest you to search Partnersource. There is (as far as I know) no overview page for all countries, but this page can get you started.. .

Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2014/01/07/sepa-direct-debit-updates-fr-be-it-and-es-are-now-available-for-all-versions-of-nav/

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  1. Dirk Vancauwenberghs

    Wat zijn ze toch snel he … eerst de partners alles laten uitzoeken en dan komen ze met een update :-)

  2. Daniele Rebussi

    Tried a couple of links but seem all broken, they need to be updated?

    1. waldo

      I know …

      Microsoft decided to migrate PartnerSource over the weekend. All the links are dead :(.

    2. waldo

      More information here:
      http://www.waldo.be/2014/01/16/new-partnersource-lets-start-all-over/
      and a poll on the right :-)

  3. Daniele Rebussi

    Sorry, I missed the bad news! :-(

    1. waldo

      Just posted it ;-).
      Just search in PartnerSource, and you hopefully will find what you’re looking for.
      The good news is that the redirects will be restored .. some time.. .

  4. Waty

    What about Germany? I use NAV 2009 R2, do we still Need Support from the company Akquinet for SEPA?
    Thank U :)

    1. waldo

      Well, to be honest, I don’t know Germany too well, so I recommend you contact your PAM, Microsoft or Akquinet …

  5. Daniele Rebussi

    On PartnerSource I’m only able to find the following document: https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/northamerica/deployment/documentation/white-papers/MSDNAV2009SEPA_transfers

    Flie name says July 2012 despite the article has been updated on 24th December 2013: anyway stating from it seems SEPA – Credit Transfers and SEPA – Direct Debit will not be released for German localization.

    1. Daniele Rebussi

      Sorry, I just wanted to reply to Waty :-/

    2. waldo

      thanks for that :-)

  6. Dirk Vancauwenberghs

    I had today contact with Isabel Belgium and my understanding is that there is a problem with the files.
    It has something to see with the lay-out and SHAR, DEBT when using PSD curency …

    Isabel was already in contact with belux@microsoft.com.
    They solved the problem but till now i can not find any bugfix or documentation.
    Is somebody maybe aware of this solution ?

  7. Dirk Vancauwenberghs

    Is already solved by isabel . all files imported after 16/06/2014 will not give any error anymore

    1. waldo

      thanks for the comment .. and the solution ;-)

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