File Upload

The File Upload enables you to submit your payment transactions as a bulk order in the XML format. It is not possible to upload files in the DTAUS format or DTAZV format for international payment transactions.

However, you must first create and save the requisite file using your cash management or finance and payroll software (e.g. StarMoney, Quicken, WISO Mein Geld).

To open a file selection window, click on the line below “File Path”. Then select from your file management system (e.g. from an index on your hard drive) the file you’d like to submit. After you made your selection, the path and name of the file you’ve selected will appear on the line that is locate below the “File Path” headline.

For the file upload, the transmitted file may only contain one order type (credit or debit note).

You can select an execution date in der drop-down menu "Date". The following options can be selected: "Next possible execution", "Apply date from file", or “Own date”. When “own date” is selected, a calendar module opens and you can select an execution day up to 364 days in the future. Alternatively, the date can also be entered manually on the line provided.

Upon clicking “Continue”, the system verifies that the file is in the required format. After this verification has been successfully completed, you will be prompted to approve the order with a TAN.

To abort the procedure, click on “Cancel”.

Please note the following hints regarding the format:

XML format

  • You can upload either up to 999 credit transfers or 999 direct debits in one file.
  • The max. number of principles to be named in one file is one.
  • When an "Ultimate Creditor" has been additionally entered into a file, this information will not be processed, the same is valid for "Initiating Party ID" and "Debtor ID".

The following XML formats are supported currently:

  • SEPA Credit Transfer
  • SEPA Direct Debit
  • SEPA B2B Direct Debit

Should you have any questions, please call our hotline at 069 - 98 66 00 33. You can reach us 24 hours a day, seven days a week.