Version 2020r2 of the Altova EBA XBRL add-in for Excel was released on March 17, 2020. Learn about all the new features below and update to the latest version.
|Version 2020r2 (March 17, 2020)||Enterprise||Basic|
|New Enterprise Edition with batch conversion|
|New COM API in Enterprise Edition|
|Support for Deutsche Bundesbank (BBK) Taxonomy|
In this release Altova has introduced a new Enterprise Edition for the EBA XBRL Add-in for Excel. The existing product has been renamed Basic Edition and includes all previous functionality.
The Enterprise Edition introduces a new button in the EBA tab of the Excel ribbon that allows for batch conversion of EBA XBRL reports into Excel documents.
Files are still validated during batch conversion, with any errors reported at the end of the conversion process.
This functionality has been requested by customers working with larger numbers of files and provides an easy, fast way to automate batch conversions between EBA XBRL and Excel.
The new Enterprise Edition also introduces a COM API that can be used to programmatically automate data entry, facilitate proper editing of the Excel/XBRL document, as well as automate the creation of EBA XBRL reports, which can potentially help to reduce data entry errors. The COM API can be used from within Excel’s macro language, as well as from programming languages that support interacting with Excel and accessing COM objects programmatically, such as VBA or .NET languages.
Many European countries have defined custom modifications to the EBA Taxonomy. Altova has added the BKK Taxonomy from Germany to the list of local taxonomies supported in the EBA XBRL Add-in for Excel. These are available as a free download on the EBA XBRL Add-in page.
Learn about all the additional capabilities you’ll get by upgrading from an older version.
|Version 2019r3 (April 2, 2019)|
|Built-in support for ECB SFRDP (European Central Bank – Supervisory Financial Reporting Data Points) taxonomy|
|Additional taxonomy installer for NBB (National Bank of Belgium)|
|Support for Windows Server 2019|
|Support for Excel 2019|
|Version 2019 (October 17, 2018)|
|Support for BDP (Banco de Portugal) taxonomies|
|Support for DNB FTK (De Nederlandsche Bank Financieel Toetsingskader) taxonomies|
|Support for BOE (Bank of England) taxonomies|