Go back into ACP600, do not change your selection criteria, and select F15 Continue.

This will allow you to modify your current selection. Run your cash requirements to re-check your selection. You can do this repeatedly until the selection is the way you want it. If you change the selection criteria you will have to select/deselect everything again.

-----Original Message-----
From: Hermann, Robert G. <Robert.G.Hermann@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Tue, 13 Jan 2009 3:44 pm
Subject: [BPCS-L] How to restart an ACP payment run



My shop is running BPCS 5.1, which we century-dated ourselves using the
Focus-2000 product.

Today I suffered the double-whammy of having the programmer who normally
handles A/P issues out of the office at the same time the end user who
normally runs A/P checks is out of the office. Of course, this
guaranteed that the backup user ran into a problem running the A/P
checks.

(1) She took the first option in the process, ACP600D, Payment
Selection. From what I now understand, here is where she made her
mistake: both credits and debits were listed on her screen. She should
have deselected the credits, but did not. Thus, credits were "selected
for payment", as well as debits.

(2) She then took option ACP620D, Cash Requirements Report.

This is where she realized her mistake. Fortunately, she did not
progress to the next step, ACP650D, Make Payments.

So, my complete neophyte question is, What do we have to do to go back
to Step 1 and deselect the credits? Thanks.

Best regards,
Bob Hermann,


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