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Download Aspose.Finance Python Programming Library for XBRL, iXBRL, OFX Formats

Aspose.Finance for Python via .NET is a standalone on-premise API consisting of Python classes that allow you to process and manipuate finance-related formats, such as, XBRL, iXBRL and OFX. Please use the following pip command:


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Finance File Processing On-premise Python API Features

  • Create XBRL instance from scratch.
  • Create iXBRL file from scratch.
  • Create OFX request from scratch.
  • Create OFX response from scratch.
  • Read XBRL & iXBRL format.
  • Read or write OFX request.
  • Read or write OFX Response.
  • Supports XBRL & iXBRL validation.
  • Import and export XBRL & iXBRL format files.
  • Handle the abstract element in XBRL taxonomy.
  • Convert XBRL instance to iXBRL(inline XBRL).
  • Convert iXBRL (inline XBRL) to XBRL.
  • Convert XBRL instance to to XLSX.
  • Convert iXBRL (inline XBRL) to XLSX.
  • Convert OFX request Version 1 to OFX request.
  • Convert OFX response to OFX response Version 1.
  • Validate XBRL instance.
  • Validate iXBRL (inline XBRL).

Read Finance Formats


Supported Operating Systems

Microsoft Windows®: Windows Desktop & Server (x64, x86)
Linux: Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, CentOS, and others
Other: Any operating system (OS) that can install Mono(.NET 4.0 Framework support) or use .NET core.

Target Linux Platform

Runtime Libraries: GCC-6 (or later)
.NET Core: Dependencies of .NET Core Runtime. Installing .NET Core Runtime itself is NOT required.
For Python 3.5-3.7: The pymalloc build of Python is needed. The --with-pymalloc Python build option is enabled by default. Typically, the pymalloc build of Python is marked with m suffix in the filename.
Python Library: libpython shared Python library

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