bai-btrs-active-parsers

    0.0.1 • Public • Published

    BAI-BTRS-active-parsers

    BAI-BTRS-active-parsers can be used to convert BTRS - Balance Transaction and Reporting Standard files.

    BAI-BTRS-active-parsers:

    The output formats supported are:

    Ohm

    Ohm is a parser generator consisting of a library and a domain-specific language. You can use it to parse custom file formats or quickly build parsers, interpreters, and compilers for programming languages. The Ohm language is based on parsing expression grammars (PEGs), which are a formal way of describing syntax, similar to regular expressions and context-free grammars. The Ohm library provides a JavaScript interface (known as Ohm/JS) for creating parsers, interpreters, and more from the grammars you write.

    BTRS

    BTRS - Balance Transaction and Reporting Standard

    X9.121 BTRS Version 3 – Format Guide

    Version History

    Version 3 The Balance and Transaction Reporting Standard (BTRS) Version 3 is named “BTR3”. This was decided as a more effective branding as the industry moves from BAI2 to BTR3. The standard will still be named BTRS, but each release will incorporate the level. The next release will be BTR4, for example.

    Version 2 The BTRS Version 2 was skipped to provide consistent versioning. The X9 Committee agreed that this naming convention provided better continuity when the industry moves from BAI2 to BTR3.

    Version 1 The Balance and Transaction Reporting Standard (BTRS) is intended to increase standardization of and improve upon the Bank Administration Institute Reporting Specification version 2 (BAI2). The standard builds upon the BAI2 format while retaining forward compatibility. Although a BTRS file with the above changes could not be interpreted with a BAI2 reader, a BAI2 file could be interpreted with a BTRS reader. (Note: With some exceptions, a BAI2 file cannot be processed by a BTRS reader if deleted or repurposed codes were included in the BAI2 file.)

    X9.121 BTRS Version 3.1 – Codes List

    Download ANSI X9.121-2012 Balance and Transaction Reporting Standard

    BTRS Validator for BAI2 and BTRS

    BTRS Validator | X9

    This validator provides a structured view of a file or message contents. The interface is not useful if the format is not valid.

    BAI2

    Cash Management Balance Reporting Specifications Version 2 - Technical Reference Manual

    Other Guides

    SEPA - BAI2 Format Specification

    Bank Examples

    TD Bank

    RBS - Bankline export file layout guide – BAI v2 format

    Note 1: Continuation record - The “Record Code” field is followed by a continuation of the preceding record. The format is exactly the same as in the preceding record. If the preceding record ended within a text field, the text continues in the 88 record. If the preceding record did not end within the text field, the 88 record continues with whatever field follows the final field in the preceding physical record. Do not split nontext fields between records. If a nontext field is begun in one record, it must be completed in that record. The following 88 record may continue with the next field.
    Note 2: Date fields are held in the format yymmdd.
    Note 3: Conforms to BAIv2 standard whereby “/” delimiter only present when Continuation Record (88) required.
    

    A brief history of the BAI file format

    X9 BTRS FAQs 6. How did the BAI file format get established?

    Running Scripts

    Tests are implemented using AVA the futuristic JavaScript test runner

    The following scripts are in package.json:

    "scripts": {
        "test": "ava test/**/*.js --verbose",
        "test:watch": "ava test/**/*.js --verbose --watch",
        "test:file-examples": "ava test/test-btr3ToJSON-file-examples.js --verbose",
        "ava": "ava --verbose",
        "BTRS-valid": "node src/btr3ToJSON.js 'test/files/BAI2 BTRS Validator samples/valid/BTRS_valid.txt'",
        "BAI2-valid": "node src/btr3ToJSON.js 'test/files/BAI2 BTRS Validator samples/valid/BAI2_valid.txt'",
        "BAI2-valid-mod": "node src/btr3ToJSON.js 'test/files/BAI2_valid_modified.txt'",
        "empty1": "node src/btr3ToJSON.js test/files/emptyfile.txt",
        "CBA01": "node src/btr3ToJSON.js test/confidential/180328.c01"
    }
    

    Tests

    The --verbose flag can be removed , and --watch is handy if you want AVA to continually check your work. Sometimes it’s useful to just have the ava command so you can test a single file.

    These commands can be run as:

    npm test
    

    Watch commands

    npm test -- --watch
    

    or

    npm run test:watch
    

    Control-c to cancel

    To run the AVA test for file-examples:

    npm run test:file-examples
    

    Which is equivalent to (without the verbosity flag):

    npm run ava test/test-btr3ToJSON-file-examples.js
    

    Others

    npm run BTRS-valid
    npm run empty1
    npm run CBA01
    

    Acknowledgements

    Creators and maintainers of Ohm

    Creators and maintainers of AVA

    avajs/ava: Futuristic JavaScript test runner

    Peter Weber from the Aten Design Group

    Thanks to Peter Weber from the Aten Design Group for Javascript Testing with AVA. It is a great article and it helped me with:

    • configuring the test scripts in Running Tests
    • removing repetitive test boiler plate by iterating over every example in the JSON file.

    Install

    npm i bai-btrs-active-parsers

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    4

    Version

    0.0.1

    License

    Apache-2.0

    Unpacked Size

    2.3 MB

    Total Files

    41

    Last publish

    Collaborators

    • avatar