Update - Most users are migrating successfully but we do see failing transactions calls on all accounts of some users. We're currently in communication with the provider to resolve the issue.
Sep 19, 2022 - 13:50 CEST
Verifying - The providers have been migrated to the new interface. We are monitoring situation.
Sep 12, 2022 - 15:38 CEST
In progress - Scheduled maintenance is currently in progress. We will provide updates as necessary.
Sep 07, 2022 - 12:01 CEST
Update - Due to payment IDs not being migrated by the provider, complicating the tracking of payments created during the period, we will be disabling payments for the mentioned providers from 2022-09-07 12:00 CEST to 2022-09-12 11:00 CEST, as a precautionary measure.
During this time, the creation of new payments on these providers will not be possible. Getting information about existing payments will be possible, until the provider endpoints are turned off in their end. Once the migration has been made, we will be enabling payments on these providers again.
Also note this specific change on payments requiring additional approval from another user, once the migration has been completed:
In the new online bank, it will not be possible for users to confirm transfers where there is a requirement for two users to sign together. This means that transfers require the consent of the other user. Such transfers must be carried out and approved by going to the bank in person. Alternatively, users can jointly create a new agreement if it is accepted that one or both users are allowed to approve payments alone. Such an agreement can be drawn up by going to the bank in person.
Scheduled - On 10 September 2022, Eika will be migrating 3 Norwegian banks from SDC to Evry:
Skue Sparebank Odal Sparebank Grue Sparebank
This means that users will migrate from one technical provider implementation to another, meaning that the data you will receive will look differently. Neither account ids, transaction ids, payment ids or consents will carry over to the new implementation.
During the migration, we will be investigating the changes and applying appropriate measures. We will be updating the transaction and account id schemas, as documented here as the idSchema property, to make the migration as smooth as possible for our clients:
Note that Eika considers this a pilot phase of a larger migration, in which many other banks will follow over the next year. We expect to iron out most issues during this first pilot phase, to make the next migrations as smooth as possible.
Further updates will be available on this page, when more information is available.