After you have installed the module in your back office, you can specify the configuration variants in Orders => Import Statements.
There you can specify the file format, upload a file with statements or specify the path to the file/directory where your statement files are located (used for the single configuration variant, in case there is no file uploaded), either as an absolute path, or relative to the place where the module is situated in your file system (examples in the "readme" file).
Specify the order states to be searched in as well as the order state which should be set after the appropriate payment has been recognized. Enter a valid email address if you want to be informed about the import via email. If there is no email address or it is not valid, no report email will be sent. Further you can specify if you want to get the report per log, if you want to use this application in test mode, which means that everything will be reported but nothing will be changed in the real system (even if the report says so..), if the processed files should be deleted or moved, the decimal point used in your files (comma, dot..) and the payment difference which should still be accepted (with an appropriate message), if any.
In case of the user defined CSV format there are some further information needed: name of the reference column, name of the amount column, name of the transaction column (credit/debit..), if any, field separator and enclosure mark.
Last but not least you can mark each configuration variant as active or not.
There are three principal ways how to execute the module:
1. Place the files to location you have specified in the configuration variant and choose the execute option right in the line of the configuration variant in the overview (Orders => Import Statements)
2. Go into the configuration variant as if you would like to edit it, choose the file for upload (only for a single file) and save the configuration variant. The module will be executed for the uploaded file, not for the files in the specified location.
3. Call the URL, which you can find in the settings of the module. This will execute all "active" configuration variants.