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In the course of an Active Business Day an Endpoint (EPT) may need to be remapped as the intended receiving channel has encountered problems. When we receive notice of the problem we will remap said EPT to the best option functioning EPT. All item...
Approvers should not be able to approve their own work
Approvals should associate the Requested By ID at item level vs. TCR UOW level. There are circumstances where a TCR UOW is functioned by more than 1 Operator. Each Operator could have actioned items in TCR that would result in an Approval ...
Processing Batch Number vs Inbound Batch Number - all components to use Processing Control Number for Consistency
Please use the processing batch number across the board. TCR and Amount Keying appear to be the only components that use the inbound batch number while all the other components use the processing batch number.
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