Enter a valid batch number. Press F4 to look up the available batches if needed.
Once you have specified the batch, the screen displays information specific to this batch. Make sure this is the correct batch before proceeding.
Created By - Display only; the name of user who created this batch.
Created - Display only; the date and time this batch was created.
Source - Display only; identifies the program in which the batch was created.
- Status - Display only; identifies the current status of the batch.
- Open - Batch is read for validation.
- Validated - Batch successfully validated; ready to post.
- Errors - Errors found. Must be corrected and batch revalidated before posting.
- Updated - Batch was successfully posted.
Press this to validate. You must validate the batch before it can be updated. During the validation process, each record in the batch is checked and any errors found are noted. If there are errors, the Error List option will become available on the form and you can preview or print a list of them. You must correct all errors and revalidate the batch before it can be posted.
When you have finished printing/reviewing the audit lists, the batch is ready for posting. Selecting another batch or closing the current one before the program is run resets the status of the batch and requires it to be revalidated before posting.
A batch whose posting process was interrupted for some reason cannot be revalidated. The audit and distribution lists can be reprinted, showing the remaining entries to update. Select Post and these entries will be updated.
If you need to clear the batch (for example, after discovering the entries were posted to the wrong fiscal period), you can do so using theoption, as long as you have not yet posted the batch. Since the data is not updated on-line, you can clear it without affecting any modules, as though the data was never entered. If the batch includes transaction that were previously posted, they are only cleared from the batch; they are not deleted.