Request Action date is a web service which allows a remote system to confirm the next available action date for a given service instruction.
This service relates to the Debit order and Creditor payments services only.

Alternatively, Request Presentation Date is a web service that allows a remote system to confirm the presentation date for a given Action date and service instruction.

Technical Information

From your application call:


Submit the following parameters.

Field Description
Service key Debit Order service key issued by Netcash
Date The proposed action date. Format CCYYMMDD
Instruction The type of batch to be loaded EG: TwoDay – see instructions below
ForwardActionDate 0 – Check only the date supplied
1 – Return the next valid action date


Service Instruction
Debit orders TwoDay


The service responds with a valid Action date in the format CCYYMMDD.
Any errors are reported as error codes:

Numeric Response Description
100 Authentication failed
200 Action date or input parameters invalid


The current date is 20190521.
The following parameters are submitted:


Debit order service key,




Response; 20190524 (the next available valid action date for two day debit batches)

If ForwardActionDate is not requested:


Debit order service key,




Response; 200 (20190521 is no longer a valid action date for two day debit batches)

Netcash brand guidelines

Please refer to the Netcash brand guidelines here when using any logos, images, icons, labels, descriptions, and references to Netcash in your software.


See the Testing section for more details. If you require any integration assistance contact our technical support team

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