This task will import new transactions in Zynk XML format into Sage 200 as transactions.
Sage 200 Connection
The Sage 200 connection to use. See the Connecting to Sage 200 article if you require more information on how to create/manage connections
The source file for importing in Zynk XML format.
The name of the file to store failed transactions in Zynk XML format.
The name of the file to store the successfully imported transactions in Zynk XML format.
Allocate As Current User
Set to true to restrict the allocation routine to only allocate against transactions created by the current user.
Allows you to specify if transactions (payments or receipts) should be allocated to invoices.
Allows you to use the Sage 200 automatic allocations function.
Set to true to prevent transactions being imported where another transaction already exists in Sage with the same reference and type.
Set to true to prevent transactions being imported where the Id is the same as another transaction previously imported by Zynk.
See Common Task Settings
A sample input file for creating a transaction is shown below. See our Sage 200 Transaction XML for more details on the Zynk XML Transaction format for Sage 200.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <Company> <Transactions> <Transaction> <Id>1</Id> <TransactionType>SalesInvoice</TransactionType> <AccountReference>ANDREW</AccountReference> <TransactionDate>2011-01-01T11:11:11</TransactionDate> <NominalCode>4000</NominalCode> <CostCentre>01</CostCentre> <Department>01</Department> <Reference>SI1</Reference> <SecondReference></SecondReference> <Details>Sales Invoice</Details> <NetAmount>100</NetAmount> <TaxAmount>20</TaxAmount> <TaxCode>1</TaxCode> <TaxRate>20</TaxRate> <AnalysisCode>AC1</AnalysisCode> </Transaction> </Transactions> </Company>
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