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Created on Jan 16, 2020

FTM for TCH - Considers weekends as holidays by default - Remove this default configs to allow clients to make the decision

Huntington has used the out of the box Product Deadlines provided by IBM for TCH Receive (TCHI – Product Code).

This setup indicates that Saturday and Sunday are to be treated as business days. These days are not treated as business days by business rules. Business Rules is assigning the next business day of Monday.


Huntington wants to see if IBM can consider this idea of providing a configuration within FTM that allows the clients to make a decision to see if a calendar day has to be considered as a business day.

 

Here is the PMR that was opened on this regard: TS003134201

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    Craig Rector
    Sep 17, 2020

    This was delivered as part of FTM for Digital Payments v3.2.4