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Spanish banks' CSB norm 43 converter to OFX, Homebank, json, yaml, xls, xlsx, ods, csv, tsv

Project description

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Herramientas para convertir ficheros en formato usado por múltiples bancos españoles (norma 43 del Consejo Superior Bancario [CSB43] / Asociación Española de Banca [AEB43]) a otros formatos.

csb2format

Conversor de ficheros en CSB/AEB norma 43 a otros formatos.

Formatos soportados:

  • OFX XML v1.0.3 & v2.1.1
  • HomeBank CSV
  • HTML
  • JSON
  • ODS: hoja de cálculo OpenDocument
  • CSV, TSV: valores separados por coma o tabulador
  • XLS: hoja de cálculo de Microsoft Excel
  • XLSX: hoja de cálculo OOXML
  • YAML

Instalación:

Todos los formatos disponibles:

pip install csb43[all]

Formatos internos (ofx, ofx1, homebank) más YAML:

pip install csb43[yaml]

Formatos internos (ofx, ofx1, homebank) más formatos del paquete tablib:

pip install csb43[formats]

Opciones:

usage: csb2format [-h] [-s] [-df] [-d DECIMAL] [-e ENCODING] [--use-float]
                [-V]
                [-f {csv,dbf,df,homebank,html,json,latex,ods,ofx,ofx1,tsv,xls,xlsx,yaml}]
                [-v]
                csbFile convertedFile

Convierte un fichero CSB43 a otro formato

optional arguments:
-h, --help            show this help message and exit
-v, --version         show program's version number and exit

csb43 arguments:
csbFile               fichero csb43 ('-' para entrada estándar)
-s, --strict          modo estricto (por defecto: False)
-df, --dayfirst       usa DDMMYY -día, mes, año- como formato de fecha al
                        interpretar los datos del fichero csb43 en lugar de
                        YYMMDD -año, mes, día- (por defecto: True)
-d DECIMAL, --decimal DECIMAL
                        establece el número de dígitos decimales a considerar
                        en el tipo de divisa (por defecto: 2)
-e ENCODING, --encoding ENCODING
                        establece la codificación de entrada ('cp850' para
                        fichero AEB estándar, por defecto: 'latin1')
--use-float           exporta cantidades monetarias usando números binarios
                        en punto flotante como último recurso (default: False)
-V, --verbose         mostrar avisos de csb43

output arguments:
convertedFile         fichero de destino ('-' para salida estándar)
-f {csv,dbf,df,homebank,html,json,latex,ods,ofx,ofx1,tsv,xls,xlsx,yaml}, --format {csv,dbf,df,homebank,html,json,latex,ods,ofx,ofx1,tsv,xls,xlsx,yaml}
                    Formato del fichero de salida (por defecto: ofx)

Ejemplos

  • Convertir a formato OFX:

    $ csb2format transactions.csb transactions.ofx
    
    $ csb2format --format ofx transactions.csb transactions.ofx
    

    o bien

    $ csb2format transactions.csb - > transactions.ofx
    

    Desde una aplicación de recuperación de datos a otro fichero

    $ get_my_CSB_transactions | csb2format - transactions.ofx
    
  • Convertir a hoja de cálculo XLSX (Excel):

    $ csb2format --format xlsx transactions.csb transactions.xlsx
    
  • Usando cp850 como codificación de entrada:

    $ csb2format --encoding cp850 --format xlsx transactions.csb transactions.xlsx
    

Hojas de cálculo

Los ficheros en ODS, XLS y XLSX se generan a modo de libro, conteniendo la primera hoja la información relativa a las cuentas, y las hojas siguientes conteniendo cada una los movimientos de cada cuenta.

En Python

Lee un archivo CSB43 e imprime el contenido equivalente en OFX

:::python

# OFX
from csb43 import csb43, ofx

csbFile = csb43.File(open("movimientos.csb"), strict=False)

# imprime a stdout
print ofx.convertFromCsb(csbFile)

Lee un archivo CSB e imprime el contenido equivalente a CSV de Homebank

:::python

# OFX
from csb43 import csb43, homebank

csbFile = csb43.File(open("movimientos.csb"), strict=False)

# imprime a stdout
for line in homebank.convertFromCsb(csbFile):
    print line

Lee un archivo CSB e imprime el equivalente en un archivo de formato tabular o de diccionario

:::python

# OFX
from csb43 import csb43, formats

csbFile = csb43.File(open("movimientos.csb"), strict=False)

# imprime formato 'yaml' a stdout
o = format.convertFromCsb(csbFile, 'yaml')
print o.yaml

# escribe a archivo en formato 'xlsx'
o = format.convertFromCsb(csbFile, 'xlsx')
with open("movimientos.xlsx", "wb") as f:
    f.write(o.xlsx)

English

Tools for converting from the Spanish banks’ format CSB norm 43 (CSB43).

csb2format

Convert a CSB/AEB norm 43 file to other file formats.

Supported formats:

  • OFX v1.0.3 (SGML) & v2.1.1 (XML)
  • HomeBank CSV
  • HTML
  • JSON
  • ODS: OpenDocument spreadsheet
  • CSV, TSV: comma- or tab- separated values
  • XLS: Microsoft Excel spreadsheet
  • XLSX: OOXML spreadsheet
  • YAML

Installing:

All the available formats:

pip install csb43[all]

Built-in formats (ofx, ofx1, homebank) plus YAML:

pip install csb43[yaml]

Built-in formats (ofx, ofx1, homebank) plus formats provided by the package tablib:

pip install csb43[formats]

Options:

usage: csb2format [-h] [-s] [-df] [-d DECIMAL] [-e ENCODING] [--use-float]
                 [-V]
                 [-f {csv,dbf,df,homebank,html,json,latex,ods,ofx,ofx1,tsv,xls,xlsx,yaml}]
                 [-v]
                 csbFile convertedFile

Convert a CSB43 file to another format

optional arguments:
-h, --help            show this help message and exit
-v, --version         show program's version number and exit

csb43 arguments:
csbFile               a csb43 file ('-' for stdin)
-s, --strict          strict mode (default: False)
-df, --dayfirst       use DDMMYY as date format while parsing the csb43 file
                        instead of YYMMDD (default: True)
-d DECIMAL, --decimal DECIMAL
                        set the number of decimal places for the currency type
                        (default: 2)
-e ENCODING, --encoding ENCODING
                        set the input encoding ('cp850' for standard AEB file,
                        default: 'latin1')
--use-float           export monetary amounts using binary floating point
                        numbers as a fallback (default: False)
-V, --verbose         show csb43 warnings

output arguments:
convertedFile         destination file ('-' for stdout)
-f {csv,dbf,df,homebank,html,json,latex,ods,ofx,ofx1,tsv,xls,xlsx,yaml}, --format {csv,dbf,df,homebank,html,json,latex,ods,ofx,ofx1,tsv,xls,xlsx,yaml}
                        Format of the output file (default: ofx)

Examples

  • Converting to OFX format:

    $ csb2format transactions.csb transactions.ofx
    
    $ csb2format --format ofx transactions.csb transactions.ofx
    

    or

    $ csb2format transactions.csb - > transactions.ofx
    

    From another app to file

    $ get_my_CSB_transactions | csb2format - transactions.ofx
    
  • Converting to XLSX spreadsheet format:

    $ csb2format --format xlsx transactions.csb transactions.xlsx
    
  • Using cp850 as the input encoding:

    $ csb2format --encoding cp850 --format xlsx transactions.csb transactions.xlsx
    

Spreadsheets

ODS, XLS and XLSX files are generated as books, with the first sheet containing the accounts information, and the subsequent sheets containing the transactions of each one of the accounts.

Using Python

Parse a CSB43 file and print the equivalent OFX file

:::python

# OFX
from csb43 import csb43, ofx

csbFile = csb43.File(open("movimientos.csb"), strict=False)

# print to stdout
print ofx.convertFromCsb(csbFile)

Parse a CSB43 file and print the equivalent HomeBank CSV file

:::python

# OFX
from csb43 import csb43, homebank

csbFile = csb43.File(open("movimientos.csb"), strict=False)

# print to stdout
for line in homebank.convertFromCsb(csbFile):
    print line

Parse a CSB43 file and print the equivalent in a tabular or dictionary-like file format

:::python

# OFX
from csb43 import csb43, formats

csbFile = csb43.File(open("movimientos.csb"), strict=False)

# print 'yaml' format to stdout
o = format.convertFromCsb(csbFile, 'yaml')
print o.yaml

# write 'xlsx' format to file
o = format.convertFromCsb(csbFile, 'xlsx')
with open("movimientos.xlsx", "wb") as f:
    f.write(o.xlsx)

Instalación

Usando pip

$ pip install csb43

Installing

Using pip

$ pip install csb43

Changelog

0.8.1

  • Fixed decimal values conversion in JSON and tabular formats (thanks to Harshad Modi).
  • Fixed OFX validation (ORIGCURRENCY field).
  • An error is raised when the currency code is not found.

0.8

  • Text values are stored as string instead of bytes (thanks to Sergi Almacellas)
  • Warnings are raised using the ‘warnings’ module.
  • An encoding where control characters are different from ascii is not allowed. An exception will be raised.
  • csb2format: added encoding as a new parameter.

0.7

  • Defined installation targets: yaml and formats (thanks to Sergi Almacellas & Cédric Krier).
  • Updated README file (thanks to Sergi Almacellas).
  • Removed simplejson dependency.
  • Dates stored as date instead of datetime (thanks to Sergi Almacellas).
  • Monetary amounts are represented as Decimal instead to float in order to prevent representation and rounding issues. These fields are exported as a string by default, conversion to float is optional (thanks to Sergi Almacellas & Cédric Krier).
  • Added temprary dependency to openpyxl < 2.5.0 to prevent issue while trying to export to xlsx.

0.6

  • Fixed usage of pycountry >= 16.10.23rc1 objects (thanks to Alex Barcelo).
  • Package refactored to simplify the structure.

0.5

  • Fixed conversion to binary formats in python 2.
  • tablib backend supported in python 3.
  • N43 warnings are silenced by default.

0.4

  • OFX v 1.0.3 supported.
  • OFX Tag inv401source renamed to inv401ksource.
  • Unique transaction id when generating OFX file (thanks to Julien Moutte).

0.3.4

  • Most Spanish N43 files will use LATIN-1 encoding not pure ASCII (thanks to Julien Moutte).
  • Regular expression to check for account name is too limited (thanks to Julien Moutte).
  • Reference1 can hold non numerical data in information mode 1 and 2 (thanks to Julien Moutte).
  • Currency data as an inmutable list.

0.3.3

  • Fixed deficiencies in OFX conversion (thanks to Andrea Santambrogio). Checked XML validation against OFX2_Protocol.xsd

0.3

  • Compatible with Python 3 (except “tablib” dependencies)

0.2.3

  • Fixed shebang header of csb2format

0.2.2

  • csb2format adapted to pyinstaller
  • Executable file for Windows

0.2.1

  • Trivial changes

0.2

  • Several bugfixes
  • Bidirectional use of objects (file -> object, object -> file)
  • Added conversion to spreadsheets, dict and tabular formats (thanks to tablib)
  • Localization to Spanish
  • Sphinx documentation

0.1

  • Initial release

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