Bank statement transaction manager, written in PySide
A tool to view and check your bank statements.
A simple PyQt UI to manage bank statement records. Records are imported from files in CSV format and stored in a PostgreSQL database.
The main purpose is to rationalise receipts or direct debits against statement records, and each record row has a “checked” column to indicate if the record has been validated. There are numerous filters to use:
Each bank has a different format for their CSV files. There are 5 pre-insalled formats (ones that I know):
To add a new account, select Settings from the toolbar and hit the + button. All you have to do is give it a name and enter the CSV column number that relates to:
For example, if a CSV record looks like this:
17/10/2008,C/L,"'BARCLAYS BNK 17OCT",-100.00,1234.20,"'Mr Me","'100001-12345678",
You will need a new PostgreSQL database, eg: sudo -u postgres createdb pydosh sudo -u postgres createuser will
Tip: If you need password-less access, you will need to change pg_hba.conf and change the interface authentication from md5 to trust
createdb --host localhost --username bob pydosh
When you first open pydosh, login with a valid postgres account. If pydosh detects an empty database it will initialise all tables for you.
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