E1: 04: FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Text File Processor (P007101)
(Doc ID 642096.1)
Last updated on MAY 28, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable - Version 9.1 to 9.1 [Release 9.1]
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable - Version 8.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document discusses frequently asked questions regarding the text file processor (P007101).
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|Questions and Answers|
|Question 1: Where is the flat file for Retrieving Positive Pay Text File Processor (P007101) on the Web?|
|Question 2: Can the text file format be modified?|
|Question 3: Is it possible to change the default setting for the path for P007101 Text File Processing which currently is set to c:\default.txt, is this possible and if so how do I change it?|
|Question 4: Can a text batch be processed a second time?|
|Question 5: What is the functionality of the Form Exit > Import Text and Row Exit > Upload Text menu items in Text File Processor (P007101)?|
|Question 6: How can the default bank account number that is used in the Positive Pay export file be changed?|
|Question 7: Is it possible to reset the Positive Pay Flag (GFL7) in the Payment Header (F0413) after the payment has been included in a positive pay file?|
|Question 8: How to Purge both Header Records (F007101) and related Detail Records (F007111) when running Text File Processor (P007101)?|
|Question 9: For a configuration where the main Enterprise Server is AS400 how can one save the P007101 text file on a shared folder on a different machine in the network (like "\\machine_name\shared_folder_path\file_name")?|
|Question 1: UBE R04572A3 is generating the payment file in the Text File Processor tables. When copying to a text file the P007101 is inserting a carriage return after each line, why?|
|Question 2: When generating the Positive Pay file on IBM iSeries, why does the text file contain garbage characters?|
|Question 3: Are there other known causes (besides the cause discussed in Question #2 above) of the text file generated by the Text File Processor containing "garbage characters"?|