[1/4] from: louisaturk::eudoramail::com at: 2-May-2002 10:14
Hi Rebols, Has anyone written a script to download Quicken compatible files from banks? Louis
[2/4] from: gchiu:compkarori at: 3-May-2002 8:33
On Thu, 02 May 2002 10:14:11 -0500 "Dr. Louis A. Turk" <[louisaturk--eudoramail--com]> wrote:
> Has anyone written a script to download Quicken > compatible files from banks?
Hi Louis, This will almost certainly require Rebol/command. -- Graham Chiu
[3/4] from: cybarite:sympatico:ca at: 2-May-2002 21:10
I don't follow this requirement. I think the Quicken file format is created at the source site (the Bank) and is downloaded and saved from a web browser running in a secure session. I don't see any reason to write code to get involved in the SSL portion of that where you would have to logon and convince your bank's server that you are the browser. Then navigate to get the file you want then download it. Once it is downloaded by your normal browser and saved, a script could read it and parse it and create your own balance sheet or transaction journal or whatever. You can look at the Quicken format by downloading your account history file. The format is very simple.
[4/4] from: louisaturk:eudoramail at: 4-May-2002 22:07
Graham and Cybarite, Thanks for responding. This is for a project in the distant future. Right now I'm just gathering info. Louis At 09:10 PM 5/2/2002 -0400, you wrote: