Treasury :: Bureau of the Fiscal Service
Enterprise Data Architecture
Transmission Business Message

Data Exchange Listing
CheckDetail [0..1]
MICR_Unparsed [0..1]
ACH_Info [0..1]
ImageReference [0..unbounded]

Element Information
DefinitionContains the specific check information on a transaction.
Attribute Information
Attribute NameUseDataTypeDefinition
CheckTraceNumberoptional String [0, 15]Contains a unique identifier for traceability within Check21 processing.
CheckSerialNumberoptional String [0, 15]Contains the serial number of a check; i.e., the number that typically resides in the top right-hand corner of a check.
CheckTypeoptionalPersonal [Indicates the check is from a personal checking account.], Commercial [Indicates the check is from a business checking account.], TravelersCheck [Indicates that Travelers Checks were used for payment of the collection.], MoneyOrder [Indicates that a Money Order was used for payment of the collection.], CashiersCheck [Indicates that a Cashier's Check was used for payment of the collection.], TreasuryCheck [Indicates that a Treasury Check was used for payment of the collection.], CreditCardCheck [Indicates that a Credit Card Check was used for payment of the collection.]Identifies the type of check, such as personal, business, money order, etc.
IsCheckElectronicoptional 1|0Indicates whether the check was settled electronically via image or non-electronically via paper.
ProcessingMethodCodeoptional String [0, 20]Identifies whether a check is presented by a check writer who is not present at the agency location i.e., mail (Customer Not Present). The check writer is presenting the check in person (Customer Present) or indicates that a customer presented a check in person, but the check is being scanned in a controlled back-office environment away from the customer (Back Office).
IsFlaggedForResearchoptional 1|0Identifies whether the transaction has been flagged for research.
Technical Information
Schema versionurn:us:gov:treasury
Content ModelThe <CheckDetail> element contains 3 children elements and has a sequence content model. The sequence content model means that there is a particular order to the children elements of the parent element - in this case, the <CheckDetail> element has a particular order of elements that must be followed.

For help, please contact the Treasury Bureau of the Fiscal Service Data Registry team.
Last Updated: 2014-11-13T06:31:58.903-05:00

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