Deutsche Bundesbank published a document on plausibility checks for bank reporting in Germany. The plausibility checks have been valid from March 31, 2019. In addition to the listed plausibility checks, the validation rules in the XML schema, including those on mandatory fields, field lengths, and permissible characters, will apply.
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