JustOn Bank Payments integrates your Salesforce org with your bank in order to exchange payment information.
The data exchange is based on the camt.053 protocol. For accessing bank data, you must, consequently, agree on a camt.053-compliant data transfer with your bank. Depending on the bank, it may be called "SEPA", "C53" or "camt.053".
The legacy MT940 protocol will be discontinued by November 2025.
JustOn Bank Payments provides the Lightning Experience App JustOn Payments and the Connected Canvas App JustOn Payments Connected. JustOn Payments Connected enables users to connect to their bank and to retrieve bank statements. JustOn Payments provides standard Salesforce tabs and detail pages for accessing the retrieved data records.
The following concepts are important for understanding the functionality:
- bank access
- In JustOn Bank Payments, a configuration "bracket" around bank accounts, holds the credentials and parameters for accessing one or more bank accounts (as agreed with your bank)
- bank account
- JustOn Bank Payments object that represents a current account maintained by your bank, actually an agreement under which your money transfer operations are executed and recorded
- bank statement
- JustOn Bank Payments object that represents the daily collection of the recorded money transfer operations for one bank account
- bank statement item
- JustOn Bank Payments object that represents an individual money transfer operation, that is, a single debit or credit transaction via a bank account
- public bank key
- String published by your bank to be used by your JustOn Bank Payments instance to decode and encode the encrypted communication, must be validated by as part of the subscriber confirmation before using the bank access
- public subscriber key
- String published by your JustOn Bank Payments instance to be used by your bank to decode and encode the encrypted communication, must be validated by the bank as part of the subscriber initialization