Yes. There are two ways to use preconfigured import settings:
1. The command line call "-Command Import -[SEPA|FILE|DTA|DB] <File path>" use the last used import settings for files to be imported, depending on the file path.
For more information, please refer to the "Quick Import" section in the "Import Wizard" subchapter of the "Importing Data" chapter in the manual
2. with the command line call "-Command Import -ImportSettings <File path>" you can reuse an import setting configured via the GUI.
In order to create such an import setting, you must first import the desired file using the graphical interface, but on the last page of the import wizard, instead of closing the dialog, press the key combination Ctrl+S. This opens a dialog to save an import setting to an XML file.
For more information, please refer to the manual under the keyword "Advanced: Save import settings for command line import" in the "Import Wizard" subchapter in the "Importing Data" chapter, as well as in the "Command Line Parameters" subchapter in the "Command Line" chapter.
First make sure that you have the installation file of the SEPA-Transfer full version and your personal installation key. Both are available within your maintenance time in our customer area: https://www.jam-software.com/customers/
On the old computer, export the database under "File" to a network drive or USB stick. On the new computer, install SEPA Transfer, and when asked if you want to use an existing database, select the previously exported file.
An exported database can also be restored at any time in the "File" menu.
You can also install our demo version on the new system and put it into operation with the above steps, but after 30 days you must install the full version over it.
Yes, SEPA-Transfer supports bank accounts from all SEPA countries. All European currencies are supported.
The following features are limited to German accounts with Euro as currency:
The user interface is only available in German.