Contains either summary level information or can contain both summary and detailed level of information. For example, a sending trading partner can submit debit voucher or deposit ticket data.
The <Summary> element is a child element of the <Transmission> element. The <Summary> element is the third element under the <Transmission> element and is a required repeating (unbounded) element.
The <Summary> element contains 8 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 <Summary> element has a particular order of elements that must be followed.
String [0, 80]
An identifier for the record. For a receiving system, this value can be used to reconcile updates to an existing record and qualify new records. For a sending system, this value can be used to reconcile acknowledgements for the submitted records.
The date for the summary record, for example the deposit ticket date or the debit voucher date.
String [0, 80]
The number of the summary record, for example the deposit ticket number or the debit voucher number.
Indicates the total absolute dollar amount of items.
Indicates the total number of items.
The business date that the payment instruction was received by a business channel. The date that the deposit is presented to a financial institution, for example TGANET. The date that an ACH or Check-21 item is physically entered in the payment stream.
Indicates if the item is a debit or credit, for example, a value of '1' would mean that it is a 'credit'. If the attribute is not populated or not present in the XML instance document, then the default value is understood to be '0'.