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EAP: Zero Dollar Check Overflow Numbers Included In The Positive Pay File (Doc ID 2556948.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 10, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


CHECK3 Overflow uses the next check number. The overflow amount is Zero and the check is VOID.  These zero dollar overflow checks are listed in the Positive Pay file.  The Positive Pay file is rejected by the Bank.

1.  CHECK3 > Form Type = System numbered form > Advice and Overflow Location = Same report as check > Advice Lines = 1 > Advice Layout = Check over stub
2.  USBNK / CHCK > Payment Method System Check > Positive Payment Form = POS1 > Form ID = CHECK3 >
3.  Add three different Vouchers for USA0000004 > Separate Payment box not checked on Vouchers
     a.  Z1 = 1000.00
     b.  2 = 2000.00
     c.  Z3 = 3000.00
4.  Payment Selection Criteria Preferences
     a.  Boxes checked for:  Use Supplier Pay Group, Email Payment Advice, Suppress Zero Amount Check
     b.  Payment Method System Checks
     c.  Pay Group Code 01
5.  Pay Cycle Manager Payment Selection & Creation
6.  Process Print Checks
     a.  Check 009224 for 6000.00 > Advice Voucher Z1 = 1000.00
     b.  Check 009225 = 0.00 VOID > Advice Voucher Z2 = 2000.00
     c.  Check 009226 = 0.00 VOID > Advice Voucher Z3 = 3000.00
7.  Process Format Positive Payment > Process Produce Positive Payment File
8.  Positive Pay File includes the zero dollar VOID check numbers
     a.  All three Vouchers paid under PYMNT_ID_REF = 009224
     b.  PYMNT_VCHR_XREF.PYMN_ID values the same for all three Vouchers = 0000010372
    d.  10043000261US MANUFAC1905311609
         62CORPORATE United Sta07412564580000009217000000039000190531
         62CORPORATE United Sta07412564580000009223000000008000190531
         62CORPORATE United Sta07412564580000009224000000600000190531
         66CORPORATE United Sta07412564580000009225000000000000190531
         66CORPORATE United Sta07412564580000009226000000000000190531




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