Set Payment Reporting Information: Australia

You can specify the reports used when printing cheques and when generating electronic payments and payment service remittances.

Payment report information determines the type of reports that the system uses when printing cheques, the number of lines that display on a cheque stub, and the reports the system uses for EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) and payment service remittances.

  1. From the Vista main menu, select Accounts Payable > Programs > AP Company Parameters.
  2. In AP Company Parameters form, click on the Payment Reports tab.
  3. In the Report Title for Cheque Print field, enter the report to use when printing cheques or accept the defaulted AP Cheque Print - A/NZ report. Press F4 to select from a list of valid reports.

    If this field is blank, the system uses the AP Cheque Print - A/NZ report.

  4. In the Report title for Cheque Overflow field, enter the report to use for printing overflow vouchers when the remittance information exceeds the available space on the cheque stub or accept the defaulted AP Cheque Overflow - A/NZ report. Press F4 to select from a list of valid reports.

    If this field is blank, the system uses the AP Cheque Overflow - A/NZ report.

  5. In the Maximum Lines per Cheque Stub field, enter the maximum number of cheque stub lines.
  6. In the Report title for EFT Remittance field, enter the report to use when printing EFT remittance information (via Tasks > EFT Remittance Report in AP Payment Posting) or accept the defaulted AP EFT Remittance - A/NZ report. Press F4 to select from a list of valid reports.

    If this field is blank, the system uses the AP EFT Remittance - A/NZ report.

  7. In the Report title for Payment Service field, enter the report to use when printing credit service remittance information (via Tasks > Credit Service Remittance Report in AP Payment Posting). Press F4 to select from a list of valid reports.

    If this field is blank, the system uses the AP Credit Service Remittance report.

The system uses the above settings when printing cheques in the AP Check Print form or when generating EFT and/or payment service remittance reports.