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Ont his tab all details that are unique to a user code are setup.

 

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The user must have a security profile linked to the function Electronic fund transfer configuration with an access allowed of Add.

 

On click of the add button the record will be inserted in the table EFT_Settings_User_Code.

 

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The user must have a security profile linked to the function Electronic fund transfer configuration with an access allowed of Change.

 

On click of the change button the record will be updated in the table EFT_Settings_User_Code.

 

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The user must have a security profile linked to the function Electronic fund transfer configuration with an access allowed of Delete.

 

On click of the delete button the record will be deleted from the table EFT_Settings_User_Code. This will only be allow if the specific bank code and user code where not used for the creating of any EFT files, and no authority matrix and service codes exists for the bank- and user code.

 

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The two EFT systems  avalibale are - Corporate Access Management System (CAMS) and Payment and Collections Services (PACS).

 

The EFT File formats to be used when creating an EFT file. Descriptions can be seen on theEft File Formats tab.

 

This is a unique prefix that will be used for the prefix of the file name of eft file created.

 

This number is unique for each EFT file and the bank (ACB) will also verify that the number wasn't supplied in previous EFT files. The system will update this number after creation of each EFT file.

 

This field is mandatory.

 

This is the last date that an EFT file has been created for the specific bank and user code. This date is updated after each successful creation of an EFT file.

 

This is the limit that is applicable for EFT transactions per day. This limit is applicable for the specific bank; limits that are applicable for each supplier is specified on the Bank details for each supplier on the function Bank Branch Account.

 

This field is mandatory.

 

This is the transfer limit that is applicable for each EFT transaction. This limit is applicable for the specific bank and user code; limits that are applicable for each supplier is specified on the Bank details for each supplier on the function Bank Branch Account.

 

This is the number of transaction per day allowed for the specific bank and user code.

 

 

When this check box is selected, only one service code are allowed to be linked from the service code tab. When it is not checked multiple service codes can be linked to the bank- and user code.

 

This is the path where the EFT file will be created. For security purposes it is advisable that the path are network protected and should only be accessible to specific users.

 

The user that creates the EFT file should have access to this path in order to create the file.

 

This field is mandatory.

 

The User code is the code provided by ACB for the specific bank account e.g. First National Bank.

 

The user code is a four-code character field and mandatory.

 

This number is unique for each EFT file and the bank (ACB) will also verify that the number was not supplied in previous EFT files. The system  will update this number after creation of each EFT file.

 

When the single service code is not checked. An EFT file can have more than one batch in one file. A Batch is governed by the service code/effective dates of the transactions. A unique user generation number is allocated to each of these internal batches in an EFT file.

 

When the single service code is checked only one user generation number will exists for the EFT file that is created.

 

This field is mandatory.