Yes, there is. For example, if you would like to link to openfunds description for “OFST160100 Legal Form”, just use the following Hyperlink: https://www.openfunds.org/OFST160100.
There are two ways to do this: 1) Under the “Fields” tab, open the “openfunds fields v…” PDF and in the PDF reader search for the term “//No longer supported.//” (with the forward slashes, but without the inverted commas). 2) Alternatively, you can open the Excel file from the same location. On the right hand […]
The various openfunds versions usually have version numbers in the format M.mm(.nn), as listed at fields. This means: – M… a major release number – mm… a minor release number – nn.. intermediate releases without new fields (bug fixes) Within a major release, (same number before the dot) openfunds tries to ensure the most effective […]
This very much depends on the flexibility of your IT situation. If it is quite flexible and can easily be expanded with new fields, it is worth using openfunds from an early stage, not least because you are probably already filling spreadsheets built on the openfunds standard. If implementing new fields causes difficulties, it would […]
Beta versions, easily recognized by a version number under 1.00, differ from later versions in several ways. Here are the key differences: – until version 1.00, the number of fields still being incorporated will be relatively high – new versions will come out in relatively quick succession until version 1.00. – as a result, there […]
Both FundsXML and openfunds help to automate the exchange of data by making structural and content-related proposals which can be used as common denominators. Whilst FundsXML specifies the file format and thereby draws on the advantages of XML, openfunds accepts a whole array of file formats, including txt, csv, xls(x) as well as XML files. […]