Financial-Case: Start here

What is a Financial-Case

Where is a Financial-Case

How you define a Financial-Case

How you use a Financial-Case

What is a Financial-Case?

The Financial-Case object defines the accounting procedures that assign Output-Events generated by a Transformation-Rule as entries in the corporate accounts, reporting or statistical records.

Where is a Financial-Case?

Axway module

AccountingIntegrator Enabler


Integration-Services: Finance tab

Object dependencies

When you define or import an object, it is stored in the metadata repository and is available for reuse by other objects. Typically, the objects that you define exist in a specific object hierarchy. That is, objects:

  • use objects below them in the hierarchy
  • are used by objects above them in the hierarchy

To help you manage the interlinked network of objects, the software provides the Object Dependencies Browser that displays the object dependencies for a selected object.

The following table lists the objects that use and are used by Financial-Cases.


How you define a Financial-Case

Before you define a Financial-Case

Before you create a Financial-Case you must create a Transformation-Rule.

Defining a Financial-Case

Create the Financial-Case object:

  • Either in the Financial-Cases tab of the Transformation-Rule object.
  • Or in the Dictionary or BusinessView tabs as a sub-element of the Transformation-Rule object.

To define a new Financial-Case object, complete the following tab:

In addition, the Transformation-Rule properties window contains the following tabs:

  • Signature tab
  • Description tab

After you define a Financial-Case

After you define a Financial-Case object, you can use it in a Transformation-Rule object.

How you use a Financial-Case

You can perform all basic operations on Financial-Case objects, depending on your user rights. [FOR DETAILS: Working with objects: Start here]

The Financial-Case object does not follow the standard object life cycle. You cannot explicitly send this object to Production.

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