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how_does_the_file_upload_system_work [2017/09/11 07:23]
Schuzelle van Wyk [Reports]
how_does_the_file_upload_system_work [2019/02/28 09:21] (current)
Kyle Liebenberg
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 ===== Dashboard ===== ===== Dashboard =====
  
-==== Uploading a file ==== +|Uploading a file| 
-When uploading a file, you will need to select the service type which is either a 2-day debit or same day debit and the action date for your file to be processed.+|When uploading a file, you will need to select the service type which is either a 2-day debit or same day debit and the action date for your file to be processed.|
  
-==== Validating a file ==== +|Validating a file| 
-When validating a file, you will ensure that the transaction does pass the CDV checks.+|When validating a file, you will ensure that the transaction does pass the CDV checks.|
  
 ==== Reports ==== ==== Reports ====
 +|Type|Description|
 +|Processed Transaction Report|The processed transaction report displays all of the transactions processed between specific action dates or per batch number.|
 +|Unpaid Transaction Report|The unpaid transaction report displays all of the transactions that return an unpaid code between specific action dates/​unpaid dates with an option of sorting the transactions per unpaid reason.| ​
 +|Rejected Transaction Report|The rejected transaction report displays transactions rejected due to account details entered incorrectly which do not pass CDV, for example invalid account number or branch account. The rejected transaction report also displays critical/​non-critical unpaids as these transactions are rejected until they are reinstated.|
 +|Critical/​Non-critical Unpaid Report|The critical/​non-critical unpaid report displays accounts that are critically unpaid for previously unpaid reasons like no authority to debit or stop payment. The report also displays accounts that are non-critically unpaid which will occur if the account has been unpaid twice in a three month period.| ​
 +|Dispute Report|The dispute report displays accounts that have the following reversal codes:|
  
-=== Processed Transaction Report === +===No Authority ​to debit=== 
-The processed transaction report displays all of the transactions processed between specific action dates or per batch number. +|Debit in contravention of mandate| 
- +|Authorisation cancelled| 
-=== Unpaid Transaction Report === +|Stopped via stop payment|
-The unpaid transaction report displays all of the transactions that return an unpaid code between specific action dates/​unpaid dates with an option of sorting the transactions per unpaid reason.  +
- +
-=== Rejected Transaction Report === +
-The rejected transaction report displays transactions rejected due to account details entered incorrectly which do not pass CDV, for example invalid account number or branch account. The rejected transaction report also displays critical/​non-critical unpaids as these transactions are rejected until they are reinstated. +
- +
-=== Critical/​Non-critical Unpaid Report === +
-The critical/​non-critical unpaid report displays accounts that are critically unpaid for previously unpaid reasons like no authority ​to debit or stop payment. The report also displays accounts that are non-critically unpaid which will occur if the account has been unpaid twice in a three month period.  +
- +
-=== Dispute Report ​=== +
-The dispute report displays accounts that have the following reversal codes: +
- +
--No Authority to debit +
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--Debit in contravention of mandate +
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--Authorisation cancelled +
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--Stopped via stop payment+
  
  
  
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