SECTION 126.96.36.199U.2 - CORPORATE CLIENT CARDS ASCII EXPORT
USAGE: This function will not appear unless you are using the Cards option. This is a special ASCII export the is used to create a file for corporates detailing which cards are still active. The export is of a fixed nature and therefore there are no ASCII options.
DISCUSSION: When you choose this function, HiFinance will firstly ask you if you wish to include all cards. If you reply Y, no other questions will be asked. If you reply N, the following options will be asked. You must both a lower and upper limit. The upper limit must not be less than the lower limit. The default answers define the extreme limits of the field. You do not have to change all of these limits. Only change the ones you wish to, and tab past the others.
ACCOUNT CODE RANGE†† This is the Debtorís code specifically relating to the account, ie the 6 character code.
INCLUDE ACTIVE CARDS††††††††† If you reply N here, active cards will be skipped over.
INCLUDE INACTIVE CARDS†††† If you reply N here, inactive cards will be skipped over.
You must answer Y to at least one of the above question.
When you have entered all the above information, press <F10> and you will be asked START FILE CREATION? If you answer N, the program will reset and return you to the DEBTOR ASCII EXPORT MENU. If you enter Y, the screen will clear and the Debtor master-file will be read in. During this time the computer will be selecting account records according to the selection criteria you have just entered will start writing the selected fields to the export file.
Certain fields might require extra information, eg cut-off-dates. If this is the case, HiFinance will clear the screen and ask for the relevant information to be entered. Generally, this information is not retained and you will need to enter it each time you run the export. Also, certain fields might be sensitive, eg Bank accounts. If you choose one of these fields, HiFinance will force you to enter the SUPERVISORís code and password. The list of relevant fields depends on the installation.
Like other reports, it is possible to stop the export of the ASCII file by pressing <ESC>. However, the ASCII file will have been created up to the point where you stopped it.
When the report has completed, HiFinance will return you to the DEBTOR/CARDS ASCII EXPORT MENU.
The file will always export as corp-cards.csv in the data directory. Each row will contain the following columns:
NAME ON CARD
USE WITH POSTEC
PLUS (E10) (Y/N)
PREMIUM ULP (Y/N)
PREMIUM 98 (Y/N)
SHOP GST (Y/N)
SHOP NO-GST (Y/N)
MONTHLY CARD LIMIT