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Add screen refresh to the Inbound and Outbound Physical Transmissions Screens
.Inbound and outbound physical transmission need to be constantly monitored for any disruption in service so the issue can be quickly turned over to technical support for timely resolution. Delays in resolution can have financial impact on both th...
Record ID value shown as zero in FTM Inbound Transmission Hierarchy page
The Record Id field in Inbound transmission Hierarchy -> Debit Details -> Check Data is shown as zero. If this field in the UI is the CPCS record id, then it should be corrected. If not, we need the CPCS Record Id (decimal value 0 - 255) fie...
Within DUDE provide "undo" button, or goback button to be able to reverse a decision made on a prior item to flag or unflag Duplicate flag status. Provide operator statistics on the use of such button by operator ID for MIS reporting and training ...
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