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TTGL Bookings Export CSV Format

Format Description

PDF Version

# Name Type Comment
1 Receipt No. char - 50  
2 Receipt Date date  
3 Booking Date date  
4 Booking Period char - 4  
5 Company Code char - 255  
6 Contract Type char - 10 MM, LD, etc
7 Contract Sub Type char - 255 Abbreviation of contract subtypes as they appear in Coupa Treasury
8 Contract ID integer Contract ID in Coupa Treasury
9 Flow Type char - 5 Long or Short
10 Type char - 255 Start, End, Interest, Tax, Rebooking, Accrued interest, Special disbursement, Special repayment, or Principal
11 Flow Direction char - 1 + or -
12 Amount decimal Absolute values only, line 11 defines whether it is a negative or positive amount
13 Currency char - 3 ISO code for the currency
14 Start Date date  
15 End Date date  
16 Value Date date  
17 Counterparty Short char - 50  
18 Counterparty Country char - 2 ISO code for country
19 Counterparty Internal/External char - 8 Internal or External
20 Underlying char - 50  
21 Add Text char - 255  
22 Account Debit char - 255 Bookings account in Coupa Treasury
23 Account Credit char - 255 Bookings account in Coupa Treasury
24 Rate decimal  
25 Reciprocal decimal  
26 Counter Value HW decimal  

Export Function

The export generates an ASCII formatted text file. Configure the file extension and prefixes on System > System Settings > System Settings.


The exported file contains contract data for interface with an ERP system.

Bookings originate from various financial instruments in Coupa Treasury:

  • Money market
  • Long-term loans
  • FX deals
  • Collaterals
  • FRAs
  • Letters of credit
  • Credit lines
  • FX options
  • Securities
  • Interest payments

The file may also contain maturities, valuations, accruals, and deferrals.

Format Rules

The file does not contain any headers or format descriptions.

Each row in the file contains exactly one data set:

  • ASCII Code 13: carriage return denotes the end of a data set.
  • ASCII Code 10: new line denotes the end of a data set.

The field delimiter is the semicolon (;).

For decimal values, the period (.) is the decimal separator.

For integer values, there are no thousands or decimal separators.

For text values, there are no quotation marks. The char value is the maximum number of characters for that field.

Days and months are always 2-digit values and years are 4-digit values. There are no date separators and the date sequence is ymd.

Example Data Set



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