ofxconnect - Create a statement request file


   ofxconnect [OPTIONS]... [FILES]...


   ofxconnect 0.9.10

   prints to stdout the created OFX file based on the options you pass it.
   currently it will only create a statement request file.  you  can  POST
   this  to  an  OFX  server  to  request  a statement from that financial
   institution for that account.

   -h, --help
          Print help and exit

   -V, --version
          Print version and exit

          FI partner identifier (looks up fid,  org  &  url  from  partner

          FI identifier

          FI org tag

          IBAN bank identifier

          Broker identifier

          User name


          Account ID

          Account Type 1=checking 2=invest 3=ccard

          How far back to look from today (in days)

          Url to POST the data to (otherwise goes to stdout)

          Transaction id

          Group: command

   -s, --statement-req
          Request for a statement

   -a, --accountinfo-req
          Request for a list of accounts

   -p, --payment-req
          Request to make a payment

   -i, --paymentinquiry-req
          Request to inquire about the status of a payment

   -b, --bank-list
          List all known banks

   -f, --bank-fipid
          List all fipids for a given bank

   -v, --bank-services
          List supported services for a given fipid

          List all banks which support online banking


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