Video tutorials are now available on this page: "SOFiE - Documentation - Video Tutorials".

  • Please note that for Windows systems you do not need to install Java on your system before installing SOFIE, given that a custom JRE is already embedded in the SOFiE installer package.
  • For installation procedure, please refer to the manual "Installation and profile creation" in the documentation section of this website.

What's new?

On March 28th, 2019, an update to version 5.22 of the Sofie client has been released.

The naming convention for the reports sent by the financial institutions to the BCL, and to the CSSF in copy, has been updated.

These are the "S0103", "S0106", "S0213" and "TPTOBS" files of the OPCT package.

The "reporter type" field now accepts values 1, 5, 6, A, B, I, K, O, P and S.

The "declarant type" field now accepts values 1, 5, 6, A, B, I, K, O, P and S as well as NAF.

 

The naming convention for these files is described in this document, published in October 2018:

http://www.bcl.lu/en/Regulatory-reporting/Fonds_Investissement/Instructions/Electronic_transmission_IF_EN.pdf

Please note that SOFiE does not currently support the value “NAF”  as a "type reporter" yet.

 

Gentle reminder: It is mandatory to update any existing client installation before December 1st, 2018 as this protocol will be the only one accepted for https connexions from this point on. A document explaining what to check is available here.

 

SOFiE not packaged with Java Runtime Environment (JRE) for UNIX/Linux 32/64 bits systems, as long as Java JRE 1.7 is supported).

Latest version: V5.22 2019-03-28

Use an official JRE of version 6 minimum (JRE 1.7.0_79 recommended). OpenJDK is not compatible!

Please uncompress the archive in the SOFiE home folder with the command "tar -xvf Sofie_Prod_V5.22.20190328.tar" and read the INSTALL.TXT notes included in the installation package.

Run SOFiE with the command "run_gui.ksh" from the "bin" subfolder (The Korn Shell is mandatory).

modified: on March 28th, 2019

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