github.com/moov-io/ach implements a file reader and writer written in Go along with a HTTP API for creating, parsing and validating Automated Clearing House (ACH) files. ACH is the primary method of electronic money movement throughout the United States.
Moov ACH is under active development but already in production for multiple companies. Please star the project if you are interested in its progress. Right now we are building towards a fully supported HTTP API for ACH file creation and validation. Currently we support generating and parsing all Standard Entry Class (SEC) codes.
github.com/moov-io/ach offers a Go based ACH file reader and writer. To get started checkout a specific example:
Supported Standard Entry Class (SEC) codes
|SEC Code||Name||Read Example||Write Example|
|ACK||Acknowledgment Entry for CCD||Link||Link|
|ADV||Automated Accounting Advice||Link||Link|
|ARC||Accounts Receivable Entry||Link||Link|
|ATX||Acknowledgment Entry for CTX||Link||Link|
|BOC||Back Office Conversion||Link||Link|
|CCD||Corporate credit or debit||Link||Link|
|COR||Automated Notification of Change(NOC)||Link||Link|
|CTX||Corporate Trade Exchange||Link||Link|
|DNE||Death Notification Entry||Link||Link|
|ENR||Automatic Enrollment Entry||Link||Link|
|IAT||International ACH Transactions||Link||Link|
|MTE||Machine Transfer Entry||Link||Link|
|POP||Point of Purchase||Link||Link|
|POS||Point of Sale||Link||Link|
|PPD||Prearranged payment and deposits||Link||Link|
|RCK||Represented Check Entries||Link||Link|
|SHR||Shared Network Entry||Link||Link|
|TRC||Check Truncation Entry||Link||Link|
|TRX||Check Truncation Entries Exchange||Link||Link|
|TRC||Truncated Check Entry||Link||Link|
|XCK||Destroyed Check Entry||Link||Link|
github.com/moov-io/ach/server offers a HTTP and JSON API for creating and editing files. If you're using Go the
ach.File type can be used, otherwise just send properly formatted JSON. We have an example JSON file, but each SEC type will generate differnet JSON.
||Time to live (TTL) for
||0 = No TTL / Never delete files (Example:
This project uses Go Modules and thus requires Go 1.11+. You can download the source code and we offer tagged and released versions as well. We highly recommend you use a tagged release for production.
$ email@example.com:moov-io/ach.git # Just pull down into the Go Module's cache $ go get -u github.com/moov-io/ach $ go doc github.com/moov-io/ach BatchHeader
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Supported and Tested Platforms
- 64-bit Linux (Ubuntu, Debian), macOS, and Windows
- Rasberry Pi
Note: 32-bit platforms have known issues and are not supported.
Note: This project uses Go Modules, which requires Go 1.11 or higher, but we ship the vendor directory in our repository.
Apache License 2.0 See LICENSE for details.