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WS : 07: Interim Check Overview (Doc ID 1327010.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards World U.S. Payroll Processing - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Definitions of fields to assist in the process of entering Interim Checks.

Scope

 

Details

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Interim Paycheck Entry Overview
 What is an Interim Check?
 What is a Manual Check?
 What is a Computer Check?
 Interim Processing Parameters
 Question 1: When attempting to create an interim check via the P060531, receive Pointer or Parameter error (C G D F.  How to resolve this error?
 Range of work dates to be included
 Pay Period of the Month
 Computer or Manual Check
 Bank Account to be used with Interim Checks
 Batch or Interactive Indicator
 Standard Interim Checks or Auto Advances
 Interim Checks and Auto Deposit
 Override Auto Deposit Instructions field (ADF)
 Manual Checks
 Entering an Interim Check to Record Manual Calculations
 DBA 9997 - Overpayment
 Printing
 Question 1: How to change the interim to indicate that it has been printed successfully when encounter power outage/system shut down?
 Question 2: How to reset a check that has been printed?
 Question 3: If the interim check is printed through the interactive job, does this check need to be completed using the Update/Reset Interim Checks program?
 Question 4:  Why is a payroll register printed every time an interim is entered?
 Correcting History
 History Adjustment Interim
 Interim Check Files
 Update/Reset program (P06058)
 Question 1: Can the Update/Reset program (P06058) update only certain interim checks that are in the system?
 Question 2: What steps of the payroll process are being run during the Update portion of the Update/Reset Interim Checks?
 Question 3: If the Update Interim Checks (P06058) is executed by mistake, is there a way to revert it back?
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