NMB Callback

Overall, the "NMB Callback" DocType seems to be a structured way of recording and managing callback information related to financial transactions processed by NMB, including details such as amounts, customer information, timestamps, and associated payment entries.

The "NMB Callback" DocType appears to be a document type in the ERPNext framework designed for managing callback information related to transactions processed by NMB (presumably a financial institution or service). Here's a breakdown of its purpose based on the provided code:

  1. Data Fields:

    • Reference: A data field representing a reference for the callback.

    • Timestamp: A datetime field capturing the timestamp of the callback.

    • Receipt: A data field containing information related to the receipt.

    • Customer Name: A data field storing the name of the customer associated with the callback.

    • Account Number: A data field holding the account number associated with the callback.

    • Token: A data field for storing a token.

    • Amount: A float field representing the amount involved in the callback.

    • API Key and API Secret: Hidden data fields for API key and API secret.

    • Fees Token: A data field for storing fees-related token information.

    • Payment Entry: A link field pointing to another document type ("Payment Entry") associated with the callback.

    • Channel: A data field indicating the channel of the callback.

  2. Read-Only Fields:

    • Several fields, including Reference, Timestamp, Receipt, Customer Name, Account Number, Token, Amount, API Key, API Secret, Fees Token, and Payment Entry, are marked as read-only, suggesting that these fields are populated or calculated automatically and are not intended for manual editing.

  3. Autonaming:

    • The documents are autonamed using a pattern "NMBC-.YY.-.######", where ###### represents an auto-incrementing number.

  4. Visibility and Layout:

    • The document layout is organized using column breaks and section breaks to group related fields visually.

  5. Permissions:

    • The document type is set up with permissions allowing create, email, export, print, read, and report actions for users with the role "System Manager."

  6. Sorting and Tracking:

    • The document type is set to track changes, and sorting is based on the modification timestamp in descending order.

  7. Title Field:

    • The "Reference" field is specified as the title field, indicating that it is used as a primary identifier for the document.