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Casso Synchronization For Odoo 13
This module is used for online bank account synchronization via Casso. It enables user to link bank journals to their online bank accounts for supported banking institutions via Casso get bank feeds directly in Odoo.
Casso provides a method to connect with banks in Vietnam to create online bank statements. Currently, Casso has fully supported the following banks: Vietinbank, TPBank, OCB, MSB, ACB. Other banks will be supported in the near future.
- Go to Accounting > Configuration > Import Casso Api Key
- Enter your Apikey in the input box and press the Connect button
- If the Apikey is valid, the screen will display a List of bank accounts associated with the Casso account that owns the imported Apikey. If the Apikey is not valid, the screen will display an error message.
- Each bank account includes information such as account number, account holder name, bank name, balance, and so on. If a bank account has been added to a journal before, the row corresponding to that bank account will have a Link Journal button to connect to the existing Journal. Otherwise, that row will have an Add Journal button to add the bank account to the Journal.
- Click the Add Journal or Link Journal button for each bank account in the list to create a new (or connect) Journal.
- Whenever you want to sync the Journal through Casso, you can click the ⋮ button in the upper right corner of the Journal. Click on the Sync with Casso option in the Menu (make sure the Journal is created or linked from the Casso Bank Accounts List).
Casso For Odoo in App List
Casso Configuration in Accounting page
Import Casso Api Key Wizard
Casso Bank Accounts List
Sync with Casso menu for Journal
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