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Although the Bank Link System is sold as a separate Titan module, the
documentation logically fits in with that of the Titan Cashbook, as certain parts
cannot be run without that module. For that reason it is incorporated in this User
Guide.


1. GETTING STARTED
1.1. HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
Normally each chapter in the Titan User Guides lead logically through the important steps toinstall and maintain your system.
Chapter 1 - Getting Started, describes the hard/software requirements and special features
of the TITAN systems.
Chapter 2 - Set-up and Run will take you through the sequential steps required to run the
program effectively. As each program has a System Parameter File Program (SU00, AP00
etc.) and usually a Period End Module (SU9, AP9 etc.) these are combined in this chapter to
ensure all the set-up data is understood.
The following chapters are the same for most systems. They start with the Input Module,then the Maintenance Module which helps you set up and maintain your file requirements.
Then the Enquiry Module which helps you search for data in your files. After that specificmodules such as Report Management, Interface to Other Systems will follow. The lastchapter deals with the printing of reports.
If there are specific examples required these are entered in the Appendix. The Indexprovides a reference to the actual screen prompts as well as key words.
This Bank Link User Guide must be filed at the back of your Cashbook User
Guide and will therefore NOT duplicate the said information. It will contain only a
few chapters, namely 'Set-up and Run', 'Input', 'Enquiry', ‘Interface',
‘Maintenance' and 'Print'.

Screens are provided as a guide to the fields to be entered. Each screen prompt will beindented and bold with the field length and further information on that field for example, 6 digits
When entering a new batch, press [Enter] for the next
sequential batch number.
When information is accepted and another screen appears this will be shown in the manualas Level 1, Level 2 and so on.
When multiple choices appear and these have to be described individually, the first level willbe the major input screen.
BL - Getting Started


1.2. BANK LINK
The Bank Link system has been designed to read flat files from various banks in order topost statement transactions automatically to the TITAN Cash Book Reconciler.
It also offers the facility to create flat files from the Titan Accounts Payable and MonthlyPayroll systems to submit to various banks for payment of creditors or employees.
The Bank Link will achieve the following results; • Eliminate the capture of large volumes of data from the bank statement to the Cash Book Reconciler.
• Eliminate faulty data capture.
• Provide management with fully reconciled Cash Books in a shorter time frame.
• Increase the level of financial control.
• Supervisor password protection• Input from different banks may be interfaced• Bank Statement details may be retained as long as required Bank Link - User Guide


The Bank Link system consists of an input, enquiry, print, interface, maintenance and periodend module.
INPUT MODULE
Use this to perform the following functions; • Interface data from a flat file produced by the bank to the Cash Book Reconciler and optionally to the Cash Book transaction file.
• Write details to a Bank Statement File.
• This module produces a flat file of payments from Accounts Payable or Monthly Payroll for upload to the required bank.
• Enquire into the Bank Statement File using various sequences.
This provides the following facilities, • Capture banking details supplied by the participating bank for the upload of payments.
• Capture banking details for Creditors.
PRINT MODULE
• Print the Bank Statement File details for a selected bank using various sequences.
PERIOD END MODULE
• Clear the Bank Statement File details for a selected bank and a range of transaction BL - Getting Started 1.3. THE BANK LINK SYSTEM MENU
To select the system from the main menu, enter BL. The following modules and programs
form part of the Bank Link system.
TITAN BANK LINK MENU
BL1 - INPUT
BL2 - INTERFACE
PAYMENT INTERFACE PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM PAYMENT UPLOAD FROMWEEKLY PAYROLL BL3 - MAINTENANCE
PAYMENT INTERFACE MAINTAIN SUPPLIER BANKING BL5 - ENQUIRY
BANK STATEMENT FILEENQUIRY BL7 - PRINT
BANK STATEMENT FILEREPORT BL9 - PERIOD END
CLEAR BANKSTATEMENT FILE Modules are organised into functional groups, for example BL1 - Input Module contains all
the programs that are concerned with data input.
The menu system has pre-loaded the BL mnemonic and all that is required is to enter therelevant module number, for example 1 for the input module.
Enter [M] to select the main menu.
Bank Link - User Guide


2. SET-UP AND RUN
2.1. SETTING UP THE SYSTEM
This section sets out the sequence of procedures that must be followed for setting up theBank Link system.
It also describes functions which should be performed periodically - preferably at month end.
Some of the programs are contained in this system while others, which are common to mostprograms, will be found in the Utilities System.
Bank Link program numbers are preceded by BL. System Utilities programs are precededby SU.
Should any difficulty be encountered during this set up procedure please contact
the Dealer or Distributor immediately.

After installing the system please follow this SET UP procedure.
FUNCTION AND PROCEDURE
Both the Cashbook and Systems Utilities system must be set up.
Please refer to the CB and SU User Guides for detailed instructions.
The System Record Maintenance program contains
various essential parameters that are used by the BankLink System (refer to Part 2 - Set-up and run - section 2.2of this guide for details.
Bank Interface Parameters – use this only if you use the
payment download facility.
Descriptions File types are automatically set up by
program BL00 - System Record Maintenance.
Description file codes and their descriptions must be
entered for the following.
Please refer to the Systems Utilities User Guide for moreinformation. You must enter the statement codes anddescriptions supplied by your bank.
Please refer to the Systems Utilities User Guide for moreinformation. You must enter the interface types you will beusing, for example CATS/CAMS/BEST/ABSA/NED.
The Numbers File Maintenance program will set up and
maintain the Bank Link audit number in the system.
This is the next reconciliation audit number.
BL - Set-up and Run If you use the payment upload facility ONLY the do the following:
FUNCTION AND PROCEDURE
The Accounts payable, Monthly Payroll and Systems Utilities system
must be set up depending on which of these systems you will be using.
Please refer to the relevant User Guides for detailed instructions.
The System Record Maintenance program contains
various essential parameters that are used by the Bank LinkSystem.
Bank Interface Parameters must be set-up.
As the system is a multi-company and multi-branch system, this sequence of
SET UP procedures needs to be repeated for each company/branch combination
to be used.

Bank Link - User Guide 2.2. SYSTEM PARAMETER MAINTENANCE - BL00
The program is used to set up and maintain the following system parameters; • Date match for reconciliation.
• Cash Book posting mode.
Enter BL00 to select the program.
Press [F3] to save the parameters once they have been completed.
On all screens there is an F4 - COPY facility which allows you to copy all the details entered
from the currently selected Company and Branch to a different Company/Branch
combination. If details exist, you will be warned but will be able to continue if required.
The default Company/Branch combination may also be optionally displayed. The screen
prompt WILL NOT be displayed if this has been specified in SU30 - Installation
Management. In order to access this option press the [F10] key and the following details will
be available for data input;
2 digits/2 digitFor example 01/01.
Accept or alter the data on this screen and enter [Y] to proceed to the next level.
BL - Set-up and Run The details below represent the only additional information required from you.
BANK LINK - SYSTEM RECORD MAINTENANCE CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATEDBR - 01 - CAPE TOWN HUNT ON EXACT DATE MATCH A-Automatic P-Prompt NEXT CB BATCH NUMBER FOR : DEPOSITS EXTRACT AP PAYMENTS FOR UPLOAD VIA 1-BL23(AP) 2-BL26(CB) F3-UPDATE, F4 - COPY, F8-DELETE, F9-PRINT, F10-CO/BR, ESC-EXIT HUNT ON EXACT
DATE MATCH

2 digits
This represents the number of days that the date on
the transaction and the date on the incoming
reconciliation item may differ for them to be
automatically regarded as being matched. The
maximum allowed is 15 (fifteen). This is only used
where you have included 'date' on your match string in
SU31 - Descriptions File Maintenance
, type 'TT'. If
you enter [00] here, the system will insist on an exact
match.
CB POSTING MODE
1 characterIf you enter [A], items on the incoming Bank Link file forwhich no corresponding match is found, willautomatically be posted to the Cashbook provided theprogram SU31 - Descriptions File MaintenanceAUTOPOST option has been set to [Y].
If you enter [P], the system will prompt you for eachtransaction read and you will be able to decide whichitems to post, and which to ignore.
Bank Link - User Guide NEXT CB BATCH NUMBER FOR
The next three entries refer to the next batch number to be used when interfacing details tothe Cash Book in batch mode.
Accept your entries or accept them and use [F3] to update the record.
EXTRACT AP PAYMENTS
FOR UPLOAD VIA

1 digit
[1] - Accounts Payable payments will be uploaded via
BL23 - Payment Upload from Accounts Payable,
which takes payments directly from the Accounts
Payable system.
[2] - Accounts Payable payments will be uploaded via
BL26 - Payment Upload from Cash Book which
takes payments from the Cash Book after CB43 -
Interface From Accounts Payable
has been run to
interface payments to the Cash Book.
BL - Set-up and Run 2.3. CLEAR BANK STATEMENT FILE - BL90
This program is used to clear details from the Bank Statement File. You may do this at anystage during the month, not necessarily at month end. You may retain this data for as longas required.
We strongly recommend that you take a backup before you run this program.
Enter BL90 to select the program.
The default Company/Branch combination may also be optionally displayed. The screen
prompt WILL NOT be displayed if this has been specified in SU30 - Installation
Management. In order to access this option press the [F10] key and the following details will
be available for data input;
6 digits
Enter the bank number or press [F1] to scan all banks
on file. Press [F5] to change from bank number
sequence to alpha code sequence if required, and then
press [F1] again.
Once you have accepted a valid bank, the following screen will display.
BANK LINK - CLEAR BANK STATEMENT FILE CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATEDBR - 01 - CAPE TOWN DETAILS OK? (Y/N) F10 - PREVIOUS SCREEN, ESC - EXIT yyyy/mm/ddThe default is one month before the current date.
Accept this or enter the first date in the range for whichyou wish to delete bank statement transactions.
Bank Link - User Guide TRANSACTION DATE TO
yyyy/mm/ddThe default is the current date.
Accept this or enter the last date in the range for whichyou wish to delete bank statement transactions.
Once you have accepted the above details, the program will delete the transactions asspecified.
BL - Set-up and Run 3. INPUT MODULE
3.1. THE INPUT MODULE MENU
The Input Module consists of only one program.
BL10 - BANK LINK INPUT This program will read data from a user named flat file received from your bank. This datawill be used to update the Titan Cash Book Reconciler.
All the details are also written to a Bank Statement File which may be viewed, printed and
cleared in BL50 - Bank Statement File Enquiry, BL70 - Bank Statement File Report and
BL90 - Clear Bank Statement File respectively.
Bank Link - User Guide 3.2. BANK LINK ENTRY - BL10
This program enables you to automatically write data from the bank statements to the TitanCash Book Reconciler.
The program also strips excessive blanks from the input narratives in order to write as manyof the possible 47 characters to the 30 character narrative in the Titan General Ledger.
The Report Destination, Company/Branch/Warehouse combination and Report date may beoptionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of thisUser Guide.
Enter BL10 to select the program.
Please ensure that ALL possible transactions for a PARTICULAR DAY are on the
CAMS/CATS/BEST file BEFORE running this program. The date (MMDD) of the
last transaction processed is used to ensure that the same Flat file is NOT
processed more than once. A good working procedure would be to run the
interface first thing each morning, using a file with all the previous day's
statement transactions.

If the system does detect duplicate dates, it will warn you but you may select to
continue. Any duplicate records will be reported on.

Please ensure that you take a backup of your Cashbook files before running this
program.

BANK LINK - BANK LINK INTERFACE TO CASHBOOK CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATEDBR - 01 - CAPE TOWN PRINT ONLY (Y/N)? F3 - PROCESS, F10 - CO/BR, ESC - EXIT 6 charactersIndicate from which bank you are interfacing byentering one of the following.
[ABSA] - Absa group of Banks[BEST] - Standard Bank.
[CATS] - Standard Bank.
[CAMS] - First National Bank.
[NED] – Nedbank[FNB] or [ACB] – FNC BANKITThe system will warn you if you have not set up theinterface type in program SU31 - Descriptions FileMaintenance, description type 'BI', and you will not beable to continue until you have done so.
INPUT FILE NAME
12 charactersThe name of the input file. These twelve charactersinclude an 8 character name, a full stop and an extent.
For instance 'CAMS.INP' or just 8 characters'BANKLINK'.
The following two prompts will only be displayed if you selected a 'BEST' type interface. Youwill not be allowed to enter two dates which are more than a year apart.
Bank Link - User Guide The date fields below conform to the format specified in program SU30 - Installation
Maintenance
,.
STATEMENT DATE FROM
STATEMENT DATE TO
PRINT ONLY (Y/N)?
1 character
[Y] - will print a list of all items to be interfaced without
updating any files.
[N] - will update all files according to specifications and
provide an audit trail.
Press [F3] when you have made your selection.
If you have more than one deposit with the same amount on the same day, the
report produced when printing only has been selected, will show all of these as
'matched'. When you have selected to update, the system will only match on the
first occurrence.

Your screen will now display the following information read from the flat file. The branchname in the case of CATS or BEST, and the number in the case of CAMS. The bankaccount number will be displayed for all three interface types.
You will then have to respond to the following prompt.
CASHBOOK BANK NAME
6 charactersThis is the bank number you have given this bankwhen creating it in program CB30 - Bank Master FileMaintenance. If you enter an invalid number a warningwill be given and you will have to re-enter.
The program will ensure that the bank account number read from the input file is the sameas that held on the bank number entered by you. If they differ the following will be displayedand you will not be able to continue 'BANK ACC# MUST MATCH MASTERFILE'.
4. INTERFACE MODULE
4.1. THE INTERFACE MODULE MENU
The Interface Module consists of the following programs.
BL23 - PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM CREDITORS BL26 - PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM CASH BOOK BL28 - PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM WEEKLY PAYROLL BL29 - PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM MONTHLY PAYROLL This gives you the facility to extract payment details from the accounts payable or Weeklyand Monthly payroll modules.
Bank Link - User Guide 4.2. PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM CREDITORS – BL23
This program will read all the creditors in the range specified, and check if there are anybank transfer payment records for this supplier. If these have not been processed by thisprogram before, they will be output to the flat file in the appropriate format. They will then bemarked as processed and a report will be produced.
Where a ‘PAY' narrative exists for a supplier, this is used for the extract.
The extraction parameters are set up in program BL30 - Payment Interface Parameters.
The Report Destination, Company/Branch combination and Report date may be optionallyselected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this User Guide.
Use the [F7] key to select all branches. This feature will be used where you have multiple
AP branches that must be sent to the bank as one file.
In this case, please remember to also select all branches in BL30 - Payment
Upload Parameters
Enter BL23 to select the program.
BANK LINK - PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CO - 01 - SEAGULL SOFTWARE CCBR - 01 - MAIN BRANCH 1 - NUMERIC2 - ALPHABETIC DATE OF PAYMENT RUN SELECT ALL ACTION DATES BATCH DESCRIPTION SUPPLIER STATEMENT NARRATIVE[ OUTPUT FILENAME & EXTENSION PRINT ONLY? (Y/N) Y - DO NOT CREATE PAYMENTS FILE RERUN FOR ALL CREDITORS? Y - INCLUDE CREDITORS ALREADY PROCESSED F9-PRT OPTS, F10-CO/BR, ESC-EXIT 1 digit[1] to print in numeric sequence[2] to print in alphabetic sequence FROM - TO SUPPLIER
6 characters
Enter the range of suppliers for whom you wish to
extract data. Use [F1] to scan the file if required.
DATE OF PAYMENT RUN
Document date of the Bank Transfer Payments.
Only records with this date will be processed.
ACTION DATE
Date on which action must take place at the bank.
If action dates are used in AP30 - Vendor File
Maintenance
, then this program will check for action
dates which match the action date entered. If an action
date is earlier than the action date selected, a warning
is given and the transaction may still be selected.
SELECT ALL ACTION DATESSELECT ALL ACTION DATES :
If [Y], (which is the default), then all action dates will betaken into account.
PURGE DATE
ACB, CAMS non-strip file and PACS only.
Date on which transactions must be purged at the bank- must be equal to or no more than 30 days later thanaction date.
TAPE SERIAL #
ACB, CAMS non-strip file and PACS only.
This must not be left blank, and must agree with theTape Delivery Advice.
CATS and NEDINFORM only.
For CATS this will appear on the company bankstatement.
CREDITOR
STATEMNT NARRATIVE

Not available for CATS Pre-format.
Narrative for Creditors bank statement.
For CATS Free-format and NEDINFORM, this narrativewill be used only if the transaction narrative is blank.
You may also make this reference more unique byusing wild cards. The wild cards available areA=Account Number, B=Branch and C=Company.
Therefore if you enter @A@B@C, the system will printa unique Account number, followed by Branch,followed by Company for each payment made, forexample, AA45670201. You may specify these in anysequence.
If you wish these element to be separated with a slash(/), you must specify this by entering @A/@B/@C/.
If you enter ‘@N' the narrative attached to supplierscalled ‘BL23' will be used here.
If you entered slashes in BL30 - Payment Upload Parameters, you MUST
remember to enter only 17 of the 20 characters available for entry -leave the first
3 blank unless you wish the reference to partially overwrite the reference entered
in that program.

Bank Link - User Guide OUTPUT
FILENAME & EXTENSION

This is only available to change if the option was set inBL30 allow this.
If the CAMS strip file is created on a UNIX operating system, it must be copied to
DOS using the ‘xtod' Unix command as this will add the required carriage return
character to the end of each record.

4.3. PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM CASH BOOK - BL26
This program will read all the payments for creditors that are payable by bank transfer in therange specified. If these have not been processed by this program before, they will beoutput to the flat file in the appropriate format. They will then be marked as processed.
The extraction parameters are set up in program CB30 - Bank Masterfile Maintenance.
The Report Destination, Company/Branch combination and Report date may be optionallyselected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this User Guide.
Enter BL26 to select the program.
(ACB, PACS, CAMS layouts)
BANK LINK - PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM CASH BOOK CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATEDBR - 01 - CAPE TOWN ACCOUNT 120471-56778 1 - SUPPLIER2 - DOCUMENT DATE DATE OF PAYMENT RUN SUPPLIER STATEMENT NARRATIVE[SSOFT CC OUTPUT FILENAME & EXTENSION [ACBFILE ] . [DAT]PRINT ONLY? (Y/N) Y - DO NOT CREATE PAYMENTS FILE RERUN FOR ALL SUPPLIERS? Y - INCLUDE SUPPLIERS ALREADY PROCESSED F9-PRT OPTS, F10-BANK, ESC-EXIT 1 digitSequence of payment transactions.
1 - print in supplier sequence2 - print in document processing sequence FROM - TO SUPPLIER
6/6 charactersEnter the range of suppliers for whom you wish toextract data. Use [F1] to scan the cash book suppliersfile if required.
DATE OF PAYMENT RUN
DD/MM/YYYYDocument date of the payment records.
Only records with this date will be processed.
Bank Link - User Guide ACTION DATE
DD/MM/YYYYDate on which action must take place at the bank.
PURGE DATE
DD/MM/YYYYACB, CAMS non-strip file and PACS only.
Date on which transactions must be purged at the bank- must be equal to or no more than 30 days later thanaction date.
TAPE SERIAL #
4 charactersACB, CAMS non-strip file and PACS only.
This must not be left blank, and must agree with theTape Delivery Advice.
20 charactersNarrative for Creditors bank statement.
You may also make this reference more unique byusing wild cards. The wild cards available areA=Account Number, B=Branch, C=Company, N=Narrative, D=Document, F=Filename.
Therefore if you enter @A@B@C, the system will printa unique Account number, followed by Branch,followed by Company for each payment made, forexample, AA45670201. You may specify these in anysequence.
If you wish these element to be separated with a slash(/), you must specify this by entering @A/@B/@C/.
You can attach a narrative to suppliers called ‘BL26'and enter ‘@N' to have that narrative used here.
If you do this you MUST remember in BL23 - Payment Upload from Accounts
Payable to leave the first 3 characters of the reference blank.

OUTPUT FILENAME &
EXTENSION

8.3 characters
This is only available to change if the option was set in
CB30 - Bank Masterfile Maintenance to allow this.
PRINT ONLY? (Y/N)
Y/NEnter Y for checking purposes as a payment file will notbe created.
RERUN FOR ALL
CREDITORS?

Y/NEnter Y to include payments already processed.
This field is supervisor password protected.
(CATS, NED, ABSA layouts)
BANK LINK - PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM CASH BOOK CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATEDBR - 01 - CAPE TOWN CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL 1 - SUPPLIER2 - DOCUMENT DATE DATE OF PAYMENT RUN BATCH DESCRIPTION OUTPUT FILENAME & EXTENSION [PAYMENTS].[TXT]PRINT ONLY? (Y/N) Y - DO NOT CREATE PAYMENTS FILE RERUN FOR ALL SUPPLIERS? Y - INCLUDE SUPPLIERS ALREADY PROCESSED F9-PRT OPTS, F10-BANK, ESC-EXIT Only the fields not described previously will be explained.
CATS and NEDINFORM only.
For CATS this will appear on the company bankstatement.
Narrative for Creditors bank statement.
Not available for CATS Pre-format.
For CATS Free-format and NEDINFORM, this narrativewill be used only if the transaction narrative is blank orcontains the supplier name.
You may also make this reference more unique byusing wild cards. The wild cards available areA=Account Number, B=Branch and C=Company.
Therefore if you enter @A@B@C, the system will printa unique Account number, followed by Branch,followed by Company for each payment made, forexample, AA45670201. You may specify these in anysequence.
If you wish these element to be separated with a slash(/), you must specify this by entering @A/@B/@C/.
If you do this you MUST remember in BL23 - Payment Upload from Accounts
Payable to leave the first 3 characters of the reference blank.

Bank Link - User Guide 4.4. PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM WEEKLY PAYROLL - BL28
This program will read all the employees in the range specified, and check if there are anybank transfer payment records for this employee. If these have not been processed by thisprogram before, they will be output to the flat file in the appropriate format. They will then bemarked as processed and a report will be produced.
The extraction parameters are set up in program BL30 - Bank Interface Parameters.
The Report Destination, Company/Branch combination and Report date may be optionallyselected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this User Guide.
Enter BL28 to select the program.
All the fields in this program are the same as those in BL23 – Payment Upload to Bank
from AP
except that the CREDITOR STATEMENT NARRATIVE is available for CATS and
ABSA Cash Focus pre-format as well.
4.5. PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM MONTHLY PAYROLL - BL29
This program will read all the employees in the range specified, and check if there are anybank transfer payment records for this employee. If these have not been processed by thisprogram before, they will be output to the flat file in the appropriate format. They will then bemarked as processed and a report will be produced.
The extraction parameters are set up in program BL30 - Bank Interface Parameters.
The Report Destination, Company/Branch combination and Report date may be optionallyselected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of this User Guide.
Enter BL28 to select the program.
All the fields in this program are the same as those in BL23 – Payment Upload to Bank
from AP
except that the CREDITOR STATEMENT NARRATIVE is available for CATS and
ABSA Cash Focus pre-format as well.
Bank Link - User Guide 5. MAINTENANCE MODULE
5.1. THE MAINTENANCE MODULE MENU
The Maintenance Module consists of the following programs.
BL30 - BANK INTERFACE PARAMETERS BL33 - MAINTAIN SUPPLIER BANKING DETAILS BL36 - MAINTAIN CB SUPPLIER BANKING DETAILS BL30 enables you to set up parameters for the extraction of Accounts Payable Data by
program BL23 - Payment Interface from Creditors or BL26 - Payment Upload from
Cash Book
and Weekly and Monthly Payroll Data using BL28 - Payment Upload From
Weekly Payroll
and BL29 - Payment Upload From Monthly Payroll.
BL33 allows you to maintain banking details for creditors.
BL36 allows you to maintain banking details for Cash Book suppliers.
5.2. BANK INTERFACE PARAMETERS – BL30
This program allows you to set up parameters according to the agreement with the chosen
bank. These parameters will then be used in BL23 – Payment Upload to Bank from AP ,
BL28 - Payment Upload From Weekly Payroll and BL29 - Banklink Payment Upload
From Monthly Payroll
when extracting details and writing out a flat file.
The Report Destination, Company/Branch/Warehouse combination and Report date may beoptionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of thisUser Guide.
Use the [F7] key to select all branches. This feature will be used where you have multiple
AP branches that must be sent to the bank as one file.
In this case, please remember to also select all branches in BL23 - Payment
Upload from Accounts Payable.
Enter BL30 to select the program.
BANK LINK - PAYMENT UPLOAD PARAMETERS CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATEDBR - 01 - CAPE TOWNENTER SETUP OPTION 1 - PRINT INTERFACE SETUP PARAMETERS2 - BL23 PARAMETERS (ACCOUNTS PAYABLE)3 - BL29 PARAMETERS (MONTHLY PAYROLL)4 - BL28 PARAMETERS (WEEKLY PAYROLL) F9 - ALTER PRINTER, F10 - CO/BR, ESC - EXIT ENTER SETUP OPTION
1 digitSelect the option you require.
[1] - Print Interface Setup Parameters[2] -BL23 Parameters (Accounts Payable[3] - BL29 Parameters (Monthly Payroll)[4] - BL28 Parameters (Weekly Payroll) Bank Link - User Guide BANK LINK - BANK INTERFACE PARAMETERS CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATEDBR - 01 - CAPE TOWN BL23 BANKING DETAILS OUTPUT FILENAME AND EXTENSION ALLOW FILENAME ENTRY AT RUNTIME FREE-FORMAT or PRE-FORMAT (F/P) UNIQUE CREDITOR CODE SOURCE 1 - SUPPLIER CODE2 - MASTERFILE BANK ACCOUNT NARRATIVE CODE FOR CREDITOR CODE [CATS] 3 - USER DEFINED NARRATIVE BATCH DESCRIPTION BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER SOURCE 1 - CREDITORS MASTERFILE ONLY NARRATIVE CODE FOR BANK ACCOUNT 2 - USER DEFINED NARRATIVE ONLY3 - BOTH (USE MASTER WHEN NO NARR) F3-UPDATE, F8-DELETE, F10-BACK, ESC-EXIT 'CATS','NED','CAMS','PACS','ACB', ‘FNB',‘ABSA'CATS - Standard Bank (Corporate Access TerminalSystem)NED - NEDINFORMCAMS - First National Bank (Corporate AccessManagement Systems) as well as ACB format and PCProject ACB strip file format)PACS - First National Bank (Payments and CollectionService)ACB - Automated Clearing BureauFNB - First National Bank - BankitABSA - Volkskas Reconfocus or Cashfocus PACS, CAMS and ACB all use the ACB standard layout.
If CATS is chosen, the screen will display the following fields as shown above.
OUTPUT FILENAME
AND EXTENSION

Enter the filename for the file that is created by BL23.
For CATS layout this filename must have an extension.
TXT is useful, avoid meaningful extensions such as
WK1 that indicate a specific file type for a package.
For ACB, PACS and CAMS layouts, it is recommended
that the name of the file be "ACBFILE.DAT" and only in
special circumstances should it be changed from this.
The filename may also have a dd (DAY) mm (MONTH)
yy (YEAR) or n (NUMBER) format. BL23 - Payment
Upload from Accounts Payable
will then use these
filenames as defaults and any n's may be entered.
ALLOW FILENAME
ENTRY AT RUNTIME

Allow the operator to change the name of the output filewhen BL23 is run.
ACCOUNT NAME
Company account name FREE-FORMAT or
PRE-FORMAT (F/P)

According to agreement with the bank.
Nedbank and Standard Bank offer this facility.
Pre-format - client has supplied bank with nominated
creditors masterfile with the relevant banking details,
and supplies the bank with the nominated creditor code
and the payment transaction.
Free-format - bank must be supplied with the bank no
and account with each transaction.
Bank Link - User Guide If pre-format is chosen, the following fields are required: UNIQUE CREDITOR
CODE SOURCE

A unique creditors code is required to identify thesupplier to the bank.
1 - Masterfile Supplier Code2 - Masterfile Bank Account3 - User Defined Narrative1 - This can be used if there is only one branch, orthere is not likely to be any duplicates across branches.
2 - if client chooses to use bank account for uniquecode - or chooses not to keep the bank account in thisfield - must be numeric only.
3 - if the code is to be alpha and the client wishes tokeep bank account details in bank account field - thenthis code is independent.
If option 3 is chosen, the following field is required.
NARRATIVE CODE FOR
CREDITOR CODE

This will be the code entered in AP30 F6 - NARR,against which the unique code will be held.
20 characters
This may b used as a default in BL26 - Payment
Upload from Cash Book
. It is the narrative for the
Creditors bank statement.
You may also make this reference more unique by
using wild cards. The wild cards available are
A=Account Number, B=Branch, C=Company, N=
Narrative, D=Document, F=Filename.
Therefore if you enter @A@B@C, the system will print
a unique Account number, followed by Branch,
followed by Company for each payment made, for
example, AA45670201. You may specify these in any
sequence.
If you wish these element to be separated with a slash
(/), you must specify this by entering @A/@B/@C/.
You can attach a narrative to suppliers called ‘BL26'
and enter ‘@N' to have that narrative used here.
Y/N
You may specify (N) which will disallow operators to
make changes at runtime in BL26 - Payment Upload
from Cash Book

30 characters
You may enter a batch description which will be used
as a default in BL23 - Payment Upload from
Accounts Payable
.
Y/N
You may specify (N) which will disallow operators to
make changes at runtime in BL23 - Payment Upload
from Accounts Payable
.
BANK ACCOUNT
NUMBER SOURCE

This indicates where the user is holding the bankaccount information for all clients.
1 - Creditors Masterfile Only2 - User Defined Narrative Only3 - Both (Use Master When No Narrative)1 – If no accounts are longer than 16 characters.
2 - If masterfile bank account is being used for creditorsunique bank reference and is not the bank account.
3 - The user can choose to keep only the exceptions inNarratives and the rest in masterfile bank account.
Notes: The longest account number accepted by CATS is 13 in length and
numeric.

CATS Pre-format and bank account source :
It is not necessary to capture the bank accounts for creditors for BL23 to be run,
as that information is held by the bank and is maintained by the user at the bank.
However it is useful, e.g. if client wishes to create initial creditors upload file to
the bank for the creditor banking information.

If option 2 or 3 is chosen, the following field is required.
NARRATIVE CODE
FOR BANK ACCOUNT

This will be the code entered in AP30 - Vendor File
Maintenance
using the [F6] - NARR option, against
which the bank account will be held. The bank account
can be entered with spaces or dashes as these will be
eliminated at runtime.
Bank Link - User Guide ACB, CAMS, PACS, FNB layout
BANK LINK - BANK INTERFACE PARAMETERS CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN BL23 BANKING DETAILS PC PROJECT ACB STRIP FILE? (Y/N) [N]OUTPUT FILENAME AND EXTENSION ALLOW FILENAME ENTRY AT RUNTIME NEXT GENERATION NUMBER SUPPLIER STATEMENT NARRATIVE BATCH DESCRIPTION BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER SOURCE 1 - CREDITORS MASTERFILE ONLY NARRATIVE CODE FOR BANK ACCOUNT 2 - USER DEFINED NARRATIVE ONLY3 - BOTH (USE MASTER WHEN NO NARR) F3-UPDATE, F8-DELETE, F10-BACK, ESC-EXIT As explained previously in this section.
PC PROJECT ACB
STRIP FILE? (Y/N)

CAMS offers the normal ACB layout, and also anabbreviated, simplified strip file layout. It is notnecessary to hold all the ACB required fields in BL30 ifthis format is chosen.
OUTPUT FILENAME
AND EXTENSION

As explained previously in this section.
ALLOW FILENAME
ENTRY AT RUNTIME

As explained previously in this section.
USER CODE
Not required for CAMS strip file.
The code allocated to the installation by ACB.
NEXT
GENERATION NUMBER

Not required for CAMS strip file.
This number pertains to the user code and will beincremented by 1 each time an output file is created byBL23.
Bank Branch Code.
Company's bank account number.
ACCOUNT NAME
Not required for CAMS strip file.
The name in which the account is held.
Not required for CAMS strip file.
An approved abbreviation of the company's name thatwill appear in the first 10 characters of the narrativeprinted on the clients' bank statements.
You may also make this reference more unique byusing wild cards. The wild cards available areA=Account Number, B=Branch and C=Company.
Therefore if you enter @A@B@C, the system will printa unique Account number, followed by Branch,followed by Company for each payment made, forexample, AA45670201. You may specify these in anysequence.
If you wish these element to be separated with a slash(/), you must specify this by entering @A/@B/@C/.
If you do this you MUST remember in BL23 - Payment Upload from Accounts
Payable to leave the first 3 characters of the reference blank.

TYPE OF SERVICE
Not required for CAMS strip file.
FIVE DAY" or "TWO DAY", depending on the serviceagreement entered into.
20 characters
This may b used as a default in BL26 - Payment
Upload from Cash Book
. It is the narrative for the
Creditors bank statement.
You may also make this reference more unique by
using wild cards. The wild cards available are
A=Account Number, B=Branch, C=Company, N=
Narrative, D=Document, F=Filename.
Therefore if you enter @A@B@C, the system will print
a unique Account number, followed by Branch,
followed by Company for each payment made, for
example, AA45670201. You may specify these in any
sequence.
If you wish these element to be separated with a slash
(/), you must specify this by entering @A/@B/@C/.
You can attach a narrative to suppliers called ‘BL26'
and enter ‘@N' to have that narrative used here.
Bank Link - User Guide Y/N
You may specify (N) which will disallow operators to
make changes at runtime in BL26 - Payment Upload
from Cash Book

30 characters
You may enter a batch description which will be used
as a default in BL23 - Payment Upload from
Accounts Payable
.
Y/N
You may specify (N) which will disallow operators to
make changes at runtime in BL23 - Payment Upload
from Accounts Payable
.
BANK ACCOUNT
NUMBER SOURCE

As explained previously in this section.
NARRATIVE CODE FOR
BANK ACCOUNT

As explained previously in this section.
The longest account number accepted by ACB is 20 in length and numeric.
NED layout
BANK LINK - BANK INTERFACE PARAMETERS CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN BL23 BANKING DETAILS OUTPUT FILENAME AND EXTENSION ALLOW FILENAME ENTRY AT RUNTIME FREE-FORMAT or PRE-FORMAT (F/P) CREDIT LINE NUMBER SOURCE 1 - MASTERFILE BANK ACCOUNT NARRATIVE CODE FOR CREDIT LINE # [NED ] 2 - USER DEFINED NARRATIVE SUPPLIER STATEMENT NARRATIVE BATCH DESCRIPTION BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER SOURCE 1 - CREDITORS MASTERFILE ONLY NARRATIVE CODE FOR BANK ACCOUNT 2 - USER DEFINED NARRATIVE ONLY3 - BOTH (USE MASTER WHEN NO NARR) F3-UPDATE, F8-DELETE, F10-BACK, ESC-EXIT As explained previously in this section.
OUTPUT FILENAME
AND EXTENSION

As explained previously in this section.
ALLOW FILENAME
ENTRY AT RUNTIME

As explained previously in this section.
32 Character number allocated by Nedbank to thecompany in order to calculate hash totals on batchessupplied to the bank.
DEBIT LINE #
EFT Line number allocated by Nedbank to thecompany.
FREE-FORMAT or
RE-FORMAT (F/P)

As explained in CATS layout.
If pre-format is chosen, the following fields are required: CREDIT LINE
NUMBER SOURCE

Code supplied by Nedbank in order to identify thesupplier to the bank.
1 - Masterfile Bank Account2 - User Defined Narrative1 - if client chooses not to keep the bank account in thisfield.
2 - if client wishes to keep bank account details in bankaccount field.
Bank Link - User Guide If option 2 is chosen, the following field is required.
NARRATIVE CODE
FOR CREDIT LINE #

This will be the code entered in AP30 - Vendor File
Maintenance,
using the [F6] - NARR option against
which the credit line # will be held.
20 characters
This may b used as a default in BL26 - Payment
Upload from Cash Book
. It is the narrative for the
Creditors bank statement.
You may also make this reference more unique by
using wild cards. The wild cards available are
A=Account Number, B=Branch, C=Company, N=
Narrative, D=Document, F=Filename.
Therefore if you enter @A@B@C, the system will print
a unique Account number, followed by Branch,
followed by Company for each payment made, for
example, AA45670201. You may specify these in any
sequence.
If you wish these element to be separated with a slash
(/), you must specify this by entering @A/@B/@C/.
You can attach a narrative to suppliers called ‘BL26'
and enter ‘@N' to have that narrative used here.
Y/N
You may specify (N) which will disallow operators to
make changes at runtime in BL26 - Payment Upload
from Cash Book.

30 characters
You may enter a batch description which will be used
as a default in BL23 - Payment Upload from
Accounts Payable
.
Y/N
You may specify (N) which will disallow operators to
make changes at runtime in BL23 - Payment Upload
from Accounts Payable
.
BANK ACCOUNT
NUMBER SOURCE

As explained previously in this section.
NARRATIVE CODE
FOR BANK ACCOUNT

As explained previously in this section.
The longest account number accepted by NEDINFORM is 16 in length and
numeric.

Bank Link - User Guide ABSA layout
BANK LINK - PAYMENT UPLOAD PARAMETERS CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATEDBR - 01 - CAPE TOWN BL23 BANKING DETAILS CATS, NED, CAMS, PACS, ACB, ABSA OUTPUT FILENAME AND EXTENSION ALLOW FILENAME ENTRY AT RUNTIME [ ] 1 - CASHFOCUS SUPPLIER STATEMENT NARRATIVE BATCH DESCRIPTION BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER SOURCE 1 - CREDITORS MASTERFILE ONLY NARRATIVE CODE FOR BANK ACCOUNT 2 - USER DEFINED NARRATIVE ONLY3 - BOTH (USE MASTER WHEN NO NARR) F3-UPDATE, F10-BACK, ESC-EXIT OUTPUT FILENAME
AND EXTENSION

Enter the filename for the file that is created by BL23.
For ABSA layout this filename must have an extension.
TXT is useful, avoid meaningful extensions such asWK1 that indicate a specific file type for a package.
For ACB, PACS and CAMS layouts, it is recommendedthat the name of the file be "ACBFILE.DAT" and only inspecial circumstances should it be changed from this.
ALLOW FILENAME
ENTRY AT RUNTIME

Allow the operator to change the name of the output filewhen BL23 is run.
ACCOUNT NAME
Company account name ABSA FILE FORMAT
1 digit[1] - Cashfocus[2] - CSVSelect the appropriate file format.
20 characters
This may b used as a default in BL26 - Payment
Upload from Cash Book
. It is the narrative for the
Creditors bank statement.
You may also make this reference more unique by
using wild cards. The wild cards available are
A=Account Number, B=Branch, C=Company, N=
Narrative, D=Document, F=Filename.
Therefore if you enter @A@B@C, the system will print
a unique Account number, followed by Branch,
followed by Company for each payment made, for
example, AA45670201. You may specify these in any
sequence.
If you wish these element to be separated with a slash
(/), you must specify this by entering @A/@B/@C/.
You can attach a narrative to suppliers called ‘BL26'
and enter ‘@N' to have that narrative used here.
Y/N
You may specify (N) which will disallow operators to
make changes at runtime in BL26 - Payment Upload
from Cash Book.

30 characters
You may enter a batch description which will be used
as a default in BL23 - Payment Upload from
Accounts Payable
.
Y/N
You may specify (N) which will disallow operators to
make changes at runtime in BL23 - Payment Upload
from Accounts Payable
.
BANK ACCOUNT
NUMBER SOURCE

This indicates where the user is holding the bankaccount information for all clients.
1 - Creditors Masterfile Only2 - User Defined Narrative Only3 - Both (Use Master When No Narrative)1 - If no accounts are longer than 16 characters.
2 - If masterfile bank account is being used for creditorsunique bank reference and is not the bank account.
3 - The user can choose to keep only the exceptions inNarratives and the rest in masterfile bank account.
Bank Link - User Guide Notes: The longest account number accepted by CATS is 13 in length and
numeric.

CATS Pre-format and bank account source :
It is not necessary to capture the bank accounts for creditors for BL23 to be run,
as that information is held by the bank and is maintained by the user at the bank.
However it is useful, e.g. if client wishes to create initial creditors upload file to
the bank for the creditor banking information.

If option 2 or 3 is chosen, the following field is required.
NARRATIVE CODE
FOR BANK ACCOUNT

This will be the code entered in AP30 - Vendor File
Maintenance
using the [F6] - NARR option, against
which the bank account will be held. The bank account
can be entered with spaces or dashes as these will be
eliminated at runtime.
If option 2 is chosen, the following field is required.
CONSOLIDATE
BY BANK ACCOUNT

If you enter [Y] here, then BL23 - Payment Upload
from Accounts Payable
will consolidate payments by
Bank Branch and Account Number.
5.3. MAINTAIN SUPPLIERS BANKING DETAILS – BL33
This program allows you to maintain suppliers banking details (normally done in program
AP30 - Vendor File Maintenance). It will also allow the entry of bank details for those
accounts marked a ‘C'heque, to cater for a switch-over period.
The Report Destination, Company/Branch/Warehouse combination and Report date may beoptionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of thisUser Guide.
Enter BL33 to select the program.
You only have access to the following fields: • PAY CODE
BANK CODE
A/C
TYPE
• [F6] NARRATIVE for the code defined or designated in BL30 - Bank Interface
Parameters as the code for the bank account.
Bank Link - User Guide 5.4. MAINTAIN SUPPLIERS BANKING DETAILS – BL34
This program allows you to maintain suppliers banking details (normally done in program
AP30 - Vendor File Maintenance).
The Report Destination, Company/Branch/Warehouse combination and Report date may beoptionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of thisUser Guide.
Enter BL34 to select the program.
You only have access to the following fields: • PAY CODE
BANK CODE
A/C
TYPE
• [F6] NARRATIVE for the code defined or designated in BL30 - Bank Interface
Parameters as the code for the bank account.
5.5. MAINTAIN CB SUPPLIER BANKING DETAIL - BL36
This program allows you to maintain suppliers banking details (normally done in program
CB34 - Limited Suppliers File).
The Report Destination, Company/Branch/Warehouse combination and Report date may beoptionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of thisUser Guide.
Enter BL36 to select the program.
You only have access to the following fields: • [F6] NARRATIVE for the code defined or designated in BL30 - Bank Interface Parameters as the code for the bank account.
BANK LINK - MAINTAIN CB SUPPLIER BANKING DETAILS CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATEDBR - 01 - CAPE TOWN TEMPORARY ACCOUNT ELECTRICITY DEPARTMENT ADDRESS 1ADDRESS 2ADDRESS 3 STOPPED A/C? (S/N) NPAYMENT METHOD [ ] 1-CASH, 2-CHEQUE, 3-BANK TRANSFER [ ] 1-CURRENT, 2-SAVINGS, 3-TRANSMISSION F3-UPDATE, F10-VENDOR, ESC-EXIT Bank Link - User Guide 6. ENQUIRY MODULE
6.1. THE ENQUIRY MODULE MENU
The Enquiry Module consists of only one program.
BL50 - BANK STATEMENT FILE ENQUIRY It gives you the facility to enquire into the Bank Statement File which is created by BL10 -
Bank Link Interface to Cashbook
.
6.2. BANK STATEMENT FILE ENQUIRY - BL50
This program enables you to enquire into the Bank Statement File. There are variousoptions and sequences which you may select.
The Report Destination, Company/Branch/Warehouse combination and Report date may beoptionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of thisUser Guide.
Enter BL50 to select the program.
6 digits
Enter the bank number or press [F1] to scan all banks
on file. Press [F5] to change from bank number
sequence to alpha code sequence if required, and then
press [F1] again.
Once you have accepted a valid bank you may use [F1] to scan the transactions. Use [F5]
to toggle the scan between the following sequences.
Transaction Date sequence, Document Amount sequence, Cash Book Audit Numbersequence and Document Number sequence. This last sequence may be selected to showcheques, deposits and journals separately.
This screen gives you an example of an enquiry.
BANK LINK - BANK STATEMENT FILE ENQUIRY CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATEDBR - 01 - CAPE TOWN 920602 00002677 1055 920602 00000000 1003 TNFR/OORPLAAS. C POSTED 920602 00000000 1003 TNFR/OORPLAAS. C POSTED 920603 00002676 1051 920603 00002682 1051 SERVICE FEE FREE D NO MATCH 3000000.00- 00000 920611 00000000 1003 TNFR/OORPLAAS. C POSTED 920611 00000000 1003 TNFR/OORPLAAS. C POSTED 920612 00000000 1003 TNFR/OORPLAAS. C POSTED 920613 00002680 1055 SERVICE FEE FREE D NO MATCH 12000000.00- 00000 920616 00000000 1003 TNFR/OORPLAAS. D POSTED 920618 00000000 1003 TNFR/OORPLAAS. C POSTED 920619 00002684 1055 920619 00000000 1003 TNFR/OORPLAAS. C POSTED F1 - FORWARDS, F5 - TOGGLE, ESC – EXIT Bank Link - User Guide 7. PRINT MODULE
7.1. THE PRINT MODULE MENU
The Print Module consists of only one program.
BL70 - BANK STATEMENT FILE REPORT It prints the Bank Statement File which is created by BL10 - Bank Link Interface to
Cashbook
.
7.2. BANK STATEMENT FILE REPORT - BL70
This program enables you to print the Bank Statement File. There are various options andsequences which you may select.
The Report Destination, Company/Branch/Warehouse combination and Report date may beoptionally selected. Please see the GETTING STARTED section at the beginning of thisUser Guide.
Enter BL70 to select the program.
6 digits
Enter the bank number or press [F1] to scan all banks
on file. Press [F5] to change from bank number
sequence to alpha code sequence if required, and then
press [F1] again.
This screen shows the options available on the next level.
BANK LINK - BANK STATEMENT FILE REPORT CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATEDBR - 01 - CAPE TOWN 1 - SYSTEM DATE2 - TRANSACTION DATE3 - PERIOD 1 - TYPE/DOCUMENT #2 - CB AUDIT #3 - DOCUMENT DATE4 - DOCUMENT AMOUNT DETAILS OK? (Y/N) F10 - PREV, ESC - EXIT REPORT BY
1 digit[1] - System date.
The report range may be selected in the date order inwhich the transactions were captured.
[2] - Transaction date.
The report range may be selected in transaction dateorder.
[3] - Period.
You will be able to select the period for which thetransactions must be printed.
Bank Link - User Guide 1 digitThis selection governs the sequence in which thereport will print.
[1] - Type/Document #Document number within transaction type.
[2] - CB Audit #The sequence in which transactions were written to theCash Book.
[3] - Document DateDocument date sequence[4] - Document amount.
The transactions with the smallest value (negative orpositive) will be printed first.
Depending on your selection of 'REPORT BY' on the previous level, you will have to enterone of the following date ranges or select a single period.
SYSTEM DATE FROM
SYSTEM DATE TO
TRANSACTION DATE TO
BANK LINK - BANK STATEMENT FILE REPORT CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATEDBR - 01 - CAPE TOWN TRANSACTION TYPES 1 - ALL2 - DEPOSITS3 - PAYMENTS4 - JOURNALS DETAILS OK? (Y/N) F10 - PREVIOUS SCREEN, ESC - EXIT 1 digitSelect which transaction types you wish to print.
[1] - All[2] - Deposits[3] - Payments[4] - Journals Once you accept your entries, the report will print according to the parameters selected.
Bank Link - User Guide CO - 01 - TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED BANK LINK - BANK STATEMENT FILE REPORT 98/09/22 @ 15:14 PAGE BR - 01 - CAPE TOWN TRANSACTION DATES - FROM : 92/01/01 TO 93/09/22 STMT # PD TTYP TRANDATE TNFR/OORPLAAS. DMM TNFR/OORPLAAS. CHELOPS TNFR/OORPLAAS. CHELOPS TNFR/OORPLAAS. JHB TNFR/OORPLAAS. CHELOPS TNFR/OORPLAAS. CHELOPS TNFR/OORPLAAS. CHELOPS TNFR/OORPLAAS. CHELOPS TNFR/OORPLAAS. DMM TNFR/OORPLAAS. CHELOPS TNFR/OORPLAAS. CHELOPS TNFR/OORPLAAS. CHELOPS CCS DEBORDFNB CAMS CCS DEBORDFNB CAMS SERVICE FEE FREE DEBIT SERVICE FEE FREE DEBIT SEA PORT (PTY) LTD BL70 - Bank Statement File Report
ABBREVIATED NAME. 32ABSA FILE FORMAT . 37ACCOUNT NAME .28, 32, 37ACCOUNT NUMBER .28, 32, 37ACTION DATE .18, 21ALLOW FILENAME ENTRY AT RUNTIME.28, 31, 34, 37 BANK # .10, 44, 46BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER SOURCE .30, 33, 36, 38BANK INTERFACE PARAMETERS. 26BANK LINK . 2BANK LINK ENTRY. 13BANK LINK SYSTEM MENU . 4BANK STATEMENT FILE ENQUIRY . 44BANK STATEMENT FILE REPORT. 46BATCH DESCRIPTION . 18, 22, 30, 33, 35, 38BL00. 7BL10. 13BL23. 17BL26. 20BL28. 23BL29. 24BL30. 26BL33. 40BL34. 41BL36. 42BL50. 44BL70. 46BL90. 10BRANCH NUMBER.28, 32, 37 CASHBOOK BANK NAME. 15CB POSTING MODE . 8CLEAR BANK STATEMENT FILE. 10COMPANY/BRANCH . 7CONSOLIDATE BY BANK ACCOUNT . 39CREDIT LINE NUMBER SOURCE . 34CREDITOR STATEMNT NARRATIVE. 18 DATE OF PAYMENT RUN .17, 20DEBIT LINE # . 34DEPOSITS. 9 ENQUIRY MODULE MENU. 43ENTER SETUP OPTION . 26EXTRACT AP PAYMENTS FOR UPLOAD VIA. 9 FREE-FORMAT or PRE-FORMAT (F/P). 28FREE-FORMAT or RE-FORMAT (F/P) . 34FROM - TO SUPPLIER.17, 20 GETTING STARTED . 1 HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL . 1HUNT ON EXACT DATE MATCH. 8 INPUT FILE NAME. 14INPUT MODULE MENU . 12INTERFACE MODULE MENU. 16INTERFACE TYPE.14, 27, 31, 34 MAINTAIN CB SUPPLIER BANKING DETAIL. 42MAINTAIN SUPPLIERS BANKING DETAILS .40, 41MAINTENANCE MODULE MENU. 25 NARRATIVE CODE FOR BANK ACCOUNT .30, 33, 36, 39NARRATIVE CODE FOR CREDIT LINE #. 35NARRATIVE CODE FOR CREDITOR CODE . 29NEXT CB BATCH NUMBER FOR. 9NEXT GENERATION NUMBER. 31 OUTPUT FILENAME & EXTENSION.19, 21OUTPUT FILENAME AND EXTENSION .28, 31, 34, 37 PAYMENT INTERFACE FROM CREDITORS. 17PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM CASH BOOK . 20PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM MONTHLY PAYROLL . 24PAYMENT UPLOAD FROM WEEKLY PAYROLL. 23PAYMENTS . 9PC PROJECT ACB STRIP FILE? (Y/N) . 31PERIOD . 48PRINT MODULE MENU . 45PRINT ONLY (Y/N)?. 15PRINT ONLY? (Y/N). 21PURGE DATE .18, 21 REPORT BY . 46REPORT SEQUENCE .17, 20, 47RERUN FOR ALL CREDITORS?. 21RUNTIME .29, 30, 33, 35, 38 SEED # . 34SELECT ALL ACTION DATES . 18SETTING UP THE SYSTEM . 5STATEMENT DATE FROM . 15STATEMENT DATE TO. 15SUPPLIER STATEMENT NARRATIVE . 21, 22, 29, 32, 35, 38SYSTEM DATE FROM . 47SYSTEM DATE TO . 47SYSTEM PARAMETER MAINTENANCE . 7 TAPE SERIAL #.18, 21TRANSACTION DATE FROM.10, 47TRANSACTION DATE TO.11, 47TRANSACTION TYPES. 48TYPE OF SERVICE . 32 UNIQUE CREDITOR CODE SOURCE . 29USER CODE . 31 Address this reply to your Dealer
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