Aggregates are pieces of XML taken from the financial institution's original response.
Object Oriented Interface
public function getClosingDetailAggregate($closingdetailindex);
ipworksofx_loanstatement_get($res, 6 , $closingdetailindex);
Aggregates are pieces of XML taken from the financial institution's original response. They contain elements that correspond to many of the class's properties. However, some of these elements, and/or their potential values, may not be supported by the class. Any user who wishes to use unsupported fields may use this aggregate property to parse out the desired data either via our OFXAggregate class or any other means.
Note: The original data from the server is returned as SGML or XML (depending on the value of OFXVersion that FI supports. If the original data is returned in SGML format, the class internally manipulates these responses into the equivalent XML format by inserting close element tags (e.g., "</ACCTID>") into the data as it comes from the server.
This aggregate describes a statement closing information. It contains data (elements and values) associated with the following properties:
- ClosingDetailDateDue (applicable to credit card accounts only)
- ClosingDetailTotalInterest (not applicable to credit card accounts)
- ClosingDetailCreditLimit (applicable to credit card accounts only)
For each aggregate returned, clients can retrieve corresponding transactions by using ClosingDetailDateStart and ClosingDetailDateEnd in a statement download request (when calling GetStatement method).
The $closingdetailindex parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the ClosingDetailCount property.
This property is read-only and not available at design time.