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Aggregate settlement details report

Use this report to reconcile your settlements on a batch level.

Time zones
Your time zone setting affects the data in this report.

The Aggregate settlement details report shows details of payout batches in a specific date range. You can use this report to perform reconciliation on a batch level.

For each settlement batch, the report shows credits, debits, and counts of transactions for all payment-level status entries (e.g. Settled, Refunded, Chargeback) and batch-level booking entries (Fees, InvoiceDeduction, MerchantPayout). These are grouped by merchant account, store, terminal, payment method, journal type and creation date/day of sale. 

You can generate and download this report manually or automatically.

Sample

Download a sample Aggregate settlement details report for examples of the included data.
Based on your account and settings, a report you generate in your account can contain additional data or columns that are not included in the sample report.

Structure

Summary

The first two lines of the report shows a summary of the data:

Column Description
Merchant/Company Your merchant or company account code.
Start date The start date of the data in the report.
End date The end date of the data in the report.

Entries

Under the header line, each line in the report is a separate entry.

Columns

Each column shows information about the entries. By default, the report includes standard columns. You can optionally add additional columns.

Standard columns

# Column Data type Description
1 Company Account Unicode Text (80-character) Name of your company account as registered in the Adyen payments platform.
2 Merchant Account Unicode Text (80-character) Name of your merchant account used to process the original payment request.
3 Country Code Alpha Text (2 character) Country of your merchant account.
4 Store Unicode text (255-character) Merchant store code.
Value will be [empty] for balance-level bookings (For example, MerchantPayout, Fees), or if a store is not enabled when running the report.
5 Terminal ID Unicode Text (99-character) Unique identifier of the terminal.
Value will be [empty] for balance-level bookings (For example, MerchantPayout, Fees), or if a terminal is not enabled when running the report.
6 Batch Number Integer Sequence number of the settlement batch.
7 Batch Closed Date Date field (Format: YYYY-MM-DD). Date on which the settlement batch was closed (resulting in MerchantPayout and/or BalanceTransfer to next batch). This corresponds to the start/end date of the report.
8 Payment Method Unicode Text (30-character) Payment method type of the payment.
For example: visa, mc, amex.
9 Creation Date Date field (Format: YYYY-MM-DD). Day of sale for payment-level bookings; relates to transaction date on the terminal, or the date of capture.
For balance-level bookings (e.g. MerchantPayout, Fee, etc.), timestamp of the booking in the Adyen payments platform.
10 TimeZone Alpha Text (4 character limit) Time zone of the Creation Date. To configure for your company or merchant account, open the Customer Area and go to Account > Settings.
11 Journal Type Alpha Text (50 character) Type of record included in the report, most commonly:
  • Settled
  • Refunded / RefundedReversed
  • Chargeback / ChargebackReversed / SecondChargeback
  • Fee
  • InvoiceDeduction
  • PaymentCost
  • MerchantPayout
  • BalanceTransfer
  • ReserveAdjustment
  • MerchantPayin
For a full list of possible entries and further description, see the Settlement details report.
12 Gross Currency Alpha Text (3 character) Three-character ISO code for the currency that was used for processing the payment (transaction currency).
13 Gross Debit (GC) Fixed point number Amount submitted in the transaction request.
For example, 100.00.
14 Gross Credit (GC) Fixed point number Amount submitted in the transaction request.
For example, 100.00.
15 Exchange Rate Floating point number Exchange rate used for converting the gross amount into the net amount. This will be 1 if you process and settle in the same currency.
16 Net Currency Alpha Text (3 character) Three character ISO code for the currency that was used for processing the payment (settlement currency).
17 Net Debit (NC) Fixed point number Amount submitted in a debit transaction request, minus Bank/Card Commission. For example: 100.00.
18 Net Credit (NC) Fixed point number Amount submitted in a credit transaction request minus Bank/Card Commission. For example: 100.00.
19 Bank/Card Commission (NC) Fixed point number Total commission (including markup, scheme fee and interchange) charged.
20 DCC Markup (NC) Fixed point number Dynamic Currency Conversion markup: a negative amount indicates a credit in your account (ie additional revenue).
21 Num Txs Integer Count of payments for this entry.

Additional columns

You can configure report columns to add these to your report:

Column Data type Description
Payable booking date Date field (Format: YYYY-MM-DD) Date on which the payment/refund was booked into the settlement batch; can be used in the context of reconciling the monthly Adyen invoice.
Payout reference Unicode Text (max. 15-characters) Unique identifier of a merchant payout, formatted like TX...XT. This also appears in the description of the transfer in your bank account or bank statement. Only applies to the MerchantPayout entry.
Settlement Flow String The Adyen flow into which the transaction was booked.

Configure report columns

If you want to add additional columns or change the order of columns to a report, you can do so in the Customer Area. If you have an automated system that uses the report's data, configuring the report columns can affect how your automated system gets the report's data.
To configure report columns, you need to have one of the following user roles:

  • Merchant admin
  • Merchant report role
  • Merchant financial
  • Merchant POS Report role

To configure report columns:

  1. Log in to your Customer Area.
  2. Go to Account > Report columns.
    This opens a page with all reports that can be configured. 1
  3. Find the report that you want to configure and select Configure.
  4. Select checkboxes to indicate which columns should be included in the report.
  5. Drag the columns into the order you want them to appear in.
  6. Select Save configuration to save your changes.

See also