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In EBICS Client, ability to get both EBICS T and EBICS TS on a same FileFormat (SEPA SCT) with one Bank

In EBICS Client the offer definition doesn't allow to have different level of signature for one file format with a bank. This enhancement request is to have the offer at the Partner ID Level, and not at the bankID Level which is too restrictive in this case.Open by Gilles Le Camus CTP for SMA Customer.

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  • Jul 2 2019
  • Is a defect
How will this idea be used?

Allow different level of sign nature for financial data flow with banks, and specifically allow SEPA Credit Transfer with ÈBICS TS signature for authenticated payment and EBICS for streaming payments with the same File Format.

What is your industry? Insurance
What is the idea priority? Urgent
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    Guest commented
    July 15, 2019 11:32

    Notice that a Signer User should be able to sign for 2 or more offers related to 2 or more ParterIDs. As an example Signer A could be associated to PartnerID 1; PartnerID 2, and Partn erID 10.

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    Ryan Wood commented
    September 18, 2019 14:12

    Thank you for participating in the request for enhancement community. We have delivered a workaround on this ask, as such will close this request.