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X9.37 Record Details

01: File Header

10: Cash Letter Header

20: Bundle Header

25: Check Detail

26: Check Detail Addendum A

28: Check Detail Addendum C

31: Return

32: Return Addendum A

33: Return Addendum B Record

35: Return Addendum D

50: Image View Detail

52: Image View Data

54: Image View Analysis

70: Bundle Control

85: Routing Number Summary

90: Cash Letter Control

99: File Control

X9.37 DSTU-2003 Section 9, Bundle Header (type 20).

Field Number Name X9.37 DSTU-2003 Notes UCD Notes FRB Validation Type Size
0 (Required) Record Size 4 Byte Big Endian Record Size, which is always 80.

 

Must be 80 bytes. INT4 4

1 (Required)

Record Type value=20(Bundle Header Record) 20   N 2

2 (Required)

Collection Type Indicator 00,01,02,03,04,05,06 01,03 01,03 N 2

3 (Required)

Destination Routing Number

TTTTAAAAC

TTTT=frb prefix.

AAAA=ABA Inst Identifier

C check digit.

 Must be a valid issued routing number. Same as 10.3 (paragraph 8.3) same as (Cash Letter Header) field 3. N 9

4 (Required)

ECE Inst Routing Number. 9 digit bank routing number of the bank that created this cash letter record.  Must be a valid issued routing number.  Same as 10.4 (paragraph 8.4).

Same as (Cash Letter Header) field 4.

N 9
5 (Required) Bundle Business Date YYYYMMDD . . N 8

6 (Required)

Bundle Creation Date YYYYMMDD EST EST N 8

7 (cond)

Bundle ID Should be present. Unique for the cash letter business date.

must have leading blank spaces.  0 or 6-10 characters long.

FRB will change non simple-ascii chars to '*'.

AN 10

8 (required or conditional depending on destination.)

Bundle Sequence Number.

(conditional).

 (conditional) (required).  AN 4

9

cycle number Code assigned by bundle creator. (conditional).

not often used.

. AN 2

10

Return Location Routing number.

valid routing number, or blanks..

Should not be used, used record 26 insted.

 not supported/not used.  N 9
11 user field.

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FYI: Except for the int4 size, this record is EBCDIC text.

Federal Reserve Banks will do a lookup of the routing numbers, so, the numbers need to be valid.

 

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