> No, the records are hard-deleted whenever they are posted by Cim620.

Actually, I meant anything that gets them out of the file. Hey, the process
works!  Running CIM610 really does help to identify the problems.  Thanks!

Dave Parnin
Nishikawa Standard Company
Topeka, IN  46571

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daparnin-Bvq8cljf7uSWOa3LlD8i2NBPR1lH4CV8@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Will it clear the workstation member after it posts?

No, the records are hard-deleted whenever they are posted by Cim620.

> Also,  if there is an error I assume that the NIN INEROR field gets set
> "Y".  Can I also assume that you can correct the errors by running CIM600
> and then re-running CIM610 and CIM620?

Exactly.  The process would be like this:
1) Upload
2) Cim610
3) Cim620
4) Cim610 to see what remains and what errors need to be fixed.
5) Cim600 to fix the data by transaction number.
6) Goto #2.


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