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Enhance HVP Send to Channel Actions to Support for Routing based upon the Combination of Rank & Role
Enhance the existing HVP Send to Channel actions to allow a user exit to override and identify which FTM Service Participants the transaction needs to be sent to. The user exit should allow the customer custom code to identify zero to many FTM Ser...
The current HVP implementation treats all MT payment messages as the same subtype of PAY_ORIG. The OAC does not provide a user friendly label for these payment transactions. HVP provides different labels and searching by PACS.008/9 (Payment Instru...
User Exit(s) Allowing the Enrichment of OAC/CC Created Transactions
Background HVP user interfaces allow a bank operator to create request for recall (CAMT.056), respond to a request for recall (CAMT.029) or return a payment (PACS.004). HVP works the created transaction through the same workflow as if a "bank chan...
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