Benjamin Soffer (SLF | 5 Feb 00:57 2016

Citibank Bill Pay

Hello,

Can GC be configured to connect to my checking account at Citibank and pay a
vendor bill though Citi's online bill pay service?  Currently I enter and
post vendor invoices in GC, "pay" the invoice in GC, and manually login to
Citibank and schedule the actual payment online.  I'd like to automate the
banking transaction.

Thanks

Ben Soffer

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Macho Philipovich | 4 Feb 18:36 2016
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Online Banking Setup using Quicken Logs

   Hi there,
   Does Gnucash support Web Connect?
   I'm trying to connect to two Canadian financial institutions for which
   "<INTU.FIPROFILEURL>Web Connect Only" appears in the Quicken connection
   logs, and am having no luck, although I do see fields for ORG, FID, and
   URL. If Web Connect is not supported, is there a way to force Quicken
   to try to connect only with Direct Connect so I can see and hopefully
   use that logging info, if any can be generated?
   When I try to have Gnucash request the account list for one of these, I
   get:

     12:29:06 Sending request...
     12:29:07 Using old SSL preparation code.
     12:29:07 TLS: SSL-Ciphers negotiated:
     TLS1.2:ECDHE-RSA-AES-256-GCM:AEAD
     12:29:17 Waiting for response...
     12:29:17 Parsing response...
     12:29:17 Parsing response
     12:29:17 Error parsing response
     12:29:17 Operation finished, you can now close this window.

   Is there any way to see this response that it can't parse, in case
   there are any clues there?
   Any other suggestions are helpful: I've had a look through the wiki
   already.
   Thanks,
   Macho
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Leo van Baal | 4 Feb 12:36 2016
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SV: (Transaction)Associated file not found

It had something to do With the location of the Windows documents folder that I had changed. Found them now. Thanks

Fra: David Carlson<mailto:david.carlson.417 <at> gmail.com>
Sendt: torsdag 4. februar 2016 kl. 10.07
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Emne: Re: (Transaction)Associated file not found

On 1/30/2016 2:57 PM, Leo van Baal wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I have associated files to various transactions. Now, on an open request for such an associated file, I
receive error ¨GnuCash could not find the associated file:¨ <path/filename>.
>
> The file does exist on the filesystem (Windows 10)
>
> What can I do?
>
> Kind regards,
> Leo van Baal
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Just noticed this.  I do not use that feature myself, but I think that
you probably moved either the target file or the GnuCash file. Finding
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Robert Burns | 4 Feb 03:03 2016

Migration Issue

Hi,

I am migrating GnuCash to a new machine with Windows 7 on it. I have
attempted to follow the Migration instructions. Table 2.1 indicates the
preferences are stored in Windows registry at
HKEY_CURRENT_USER/SOFTWARE/GSettings. I have run this command but Windows
reports "no results". Is this command no longer correct or am I
misunderstanding the instructions? I have had no problem locating the files
listed in Tables 2.2 and 2.3.

Thanks,

Bob Burns

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lnorton001 | 3 Feb 21:43 2016
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Creating a chart of accounts in gnucash

I want to transfer all accounts from a manual system for a small business to gnucash.  I would like to create
the chart of accounts first, but I cannot figure out how to get to a screen to do this.  Please help.  I have been
reading the manual, but apparently I am missing the info I need.
Thank you,
Linda Norton
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Chris Good | 4 Feb 01:01 2016
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Re: Install Online Price Retrieval for GnuCash PROBLEM

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> Date: Wed, 3 Feb 2016 17:09:59 +1300
> From: Tony Lawson <lawson.aj <at> gmail.com>
> To: gnucash-user <at> gnucash.org
> Subject: Install Online Price Retrieval for GnuCash PROBLEM
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> 
> Hello
> 
> I am starting to use GnuCash in Windows 10 (64 bit)
> 
> When I tried  the above operation I received the following message:
> * Run gnc-fq-helper
> Can?t locate Date/Manip.pm in  <at> INC (you may need to install the Date::Manip
> module) ( <at> INC c ontains: C:/Perl64/site/lib C:/Perl64/lib .)
> at gnc-fq-helper line 29.
> BEGIN failed - - compilation aborted at gnc-fq-helper line 29.
> An error occurred, see above.
> Press any key to continue . . .
> 
> When I press any button I lose the Command prompt.
> 
> The 'Get Quote' button is available the Price Database window  - when
> clicked the message "There was an unknown error while retrieving price
> quotes" appears.
> 
> Has anyone any thoughts for me please?
> 
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Pierre Rochard | 3 Feb 14:24 2016
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Chase OFX: HTTP Error 400: Bad Request

Hello,

Last week I got my Chase connection working with the new 103 version and
clientuid. I was able to download transactions for a couple of days.

This week I'm no longer able to do so. I don't think I've changed any
settings yet I've been getting a 400 error every time I try to connect. I
had another Chase customer test it and they got this error too.

Has anyone else here been experiencing this? Were you able to find a
solution?

My settings:

version = 103
appid = 'QWIN'
appver = '2500'
url = 'https://ofx.chase.com'
org = 'B1'
fid = '10898'

(I've tested with Gnucash, ofxtools (
https://github.com/PierreRochard/ofxtools), and MoneyWell.)

Thanks,

Pierre
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NoNameA 774 | 3 Feb 18:50 2016
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character corruption in report name

Hello

I'm using GnuCash 2.6.11.
And I use Japanese.
When I set report name to Japanese word, it causes character corruption.

For example, I set report name to "あ",
it's showed "\343\201\202".
This seems octet UTF-8 encoded "あ".

I think this is internationalization bug.
Do you have any information?

thanks.

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gnua | 3 Feb 09:10 2016
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entries into register won't record

This seems to happen at unpredicatable times.  When entering a sequence 
of transactions, tonight it was the second one, having the transfer 
account auto-completed, and entered the amount, pressing enter won't 
record the entry.  Pressing the record button has the same effect.  
Closing the account, and forcing save changes does not save the entry.  
I've re-entered the entry, changed to transaction journal and I can 
enter and move onto a new, blank entry as I would expect.  What am I 
doing wrong? !

Thanks,
Andy
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Tony Lawson | 3 Feb 05:09 2016
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Install Online Price Retrieval for GnuCash PROBLEM

Hello

I am starting to use GnuCash in Windows 10 (64 bit)

When I tried  the above operation I received the following message:

* Run gnc-fq-helper

Can’t locate Date/Manip.pm in  <at> INC (you may need to install the Date::Manip
module) ( <at> INC c ontains: C:/Perl64/site/lib C:/Perl64/lib .)

at gnc-fq-helper line 29.

BEGIN failed - - compilation aborted at gnc-fq-helper line 29.

An error occurred, see above.

Press any key to continue . . .

When I press any button I lose the Command prompt.

The 'Get Quote' button is available the Price Database window  - when
clicked the message "There was an unknown error while retrieving price
quotes" appears.

Has anyone any thoughts for me please?

Thanks

Tony Lawson
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Pedro Albuquerque | 3 Feb 09:09 2016
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Odd result on loan calculation

Hi,

while following the example from the loans section of the guide, trying
to determine how much time would take to repay a loan, I got this
result:

The previous example, determining the monthly payment, gave the exact
results mentioned in the guide, as expected. What am I doing wrong here,
please?

Regards,
Pedro.
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