Autogiro Overview

The overview shows a summary of autogiro orders, deposits, and admissions in the system. Click on the tabs Orders, Deposits, or Admissions to view detailed lists of the orders and deposits.

Deposits, admissions, or orders that are marked with orange/yellow, or red color needs to be investigated and handled manually. It is desirable to not have any red markings.



In Bricknode Broker we have an automatic batch job that creates autogiro orders. The job is scheduled in the morning but sometimes we want to trigger the job manually. Click the button Create to run the job.

If there are red or orange markings we need to investigate and handle them manually.

Yellow/Orange: Active deposits with business day today are marked yellow in the grid. These deposits must be handled manually and will never be handled by the night job.
Red: Active deposits with the business day before today are marked red (this should “never” happen)


Click on Details to view more information. A new tab will be opened.


The section “Autogiro - admissions” will show pending, rejected, created, and to be canceled admissions. Autogiro admissions and orders that are rejected the latest week are marked orange. Autogiro admissions are external accounts of type autogiro listed on the tab Admissions.

The section “Autogiro - orders” contains orders in different statuses and admission with different statuses like active or canceled. If any row is marked red it needs to be investigated and handled manually. It is desirable to not have any red markings.



On the overview, there is a section called Log which contains information on when orders have been imported & exported and when automatic orders have been created. The job that creates orders will also be in the log and also when the job is run manually (two rows will be shown in the log when clicking the button manually).

Click on Log and files to view all the logs and to get more information about the activity.

You will receive more information when clicking on the plus sign, for example, the type of import, accounts, and the name of the imported file.

You will find the files under the section Files (2). From version 2.33 we will also be able to view imported files in the log and not only the exported files.




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