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Color coding change for Inbound Transmission Screen
We are on FTM4CPS 188.8.131.52 iFix 12 on linux, with DB2 on z/OS. We have a business requirement to color code the CPS inbound transmissions screen, so that other records are displayed by color according to the Inbound Product Subscriptions (of the Pa...
Add approver and date-time to the Control Totals screen
The Corporate Payments Services control center displays Control Totals. This screen should include a column listing list the user ID that entered the control total. Also, a column to show the date and time , the control total was entered.
System: FTM4CPSActor: Operations team Operations performs an action on an inbound in the CPS system, with a comment that applies to their scenario, and notes the transmission ID 1234. The file is now pending secondary approval. The first operator ...
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