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TRRI Type Import Feed Parameter setup for Currencies Exchange Rates
The kind of TRRI import setup like providing the ftp details username/password/directory etc,. from the application itself can be made available for importing currencies exchange rates as well where customers almost load them 3-4 times a day.
Currently, change history does not include previous comments made in the "Action Comment" field (workflow comment popup). The popup cannot be used to serve as rejection or approval if the comment (which might provide conditional approval) is not t...
OP RCM: Ability to copy details from one requirement eval to another
We would like to have the functionality to copy the details recorded in one requirement evaluation into another one.....this would save a significant amount of time for our assessors when assessing requirement evals.Our assessment approach is as f...
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