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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 ...
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.
Capture operator productivity data for Duplicate Suspect Review
Right now there are no database public views that capture the operator productivity and performance data for an operator that performs duplicate item suspect review within the FTM application. We have views to capture the productivity data for Pay...
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