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Batch Information Panel

The Batch Information panel displays information about the batch of scanned checks and deposit slips. In manual mode, it also allows you to configure the expected number of expected checks and the expected total value of checks.

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Batch Is Invalid/Valid

The status Batch is Invalid indicates:

  • Not all required Index fields contain valid information
    and or
  • The total value on the deposit slip, the total values of the scanned checks and the total expected value, do not match.
    and or
  • The number of scanned checks and the number of expected checks, do not match.

When the status indicates the Batch is Invalid, the Store All button is not available.

When the HitecLabs.DataStore.ChequeDepositProcessing.exe.config file contains Custom Field Type Ids which are not valid for the selected MICR field, an error message is displayed when the application is started and Batch is Invalid is always displayed. The error message will include the MICR field which is configured with the incorrect Custom Field Type Id. Correct the error and restart the application.
(When the HitecLabs.DataStore.ChequeDepositProcessing.exe.config file contains a non-existent Custom Field Type id, the application cannot be launched.)

The status Batch is Valid indicates:

  • The Index field values for both the Checks and the Deposit Slip contain valid values.
    and
  • The total value on the deposit slip, the total values of the scanned checks and the total expected value, match.
    and
  • The number of scanned checks and the number of expected checks, match.

When the status indicates the Batch is Valid, the Store All button is available.

View Deposit Slip

The View Deposit Slip button includes the number of Deposit Slips that have been scanned. Click this button to view the Deposit Slip(s) that have been scanned. The Index fields can then be viewed and edited, as required.

View Checks

The View Checks button includes the number of checks that have been scanned. Click this button to view the checks that have been scanned. The Index fields can then be viewed and edited, as required.

Expected Number Of Checks

When Expected number of checks appears in black, the number of scanned checks matches the Expected number of checks.
When Expected number of checks appears in red, the number of scanned checks does not match the Expected number of checks.

Configure Expected Number Of Checks

This button is displayed in manual mode only.

imageClick the Configure expected number of checks button.

The Input Number dialog is displayed. Enter the number of expected checks.

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Click OK to save the value or Cancel to exit without saving the value. The entered value is displayed after Expected number of checks.

Expected Value Of Checks

When Expected value of checks appears in black, the total value of the scanned checks and the total value on the Deposit slip matches the Expected value of checks.
When Expected value of checks appears in red, the total value of the scanned checks, the total value on the Deposit Slip and the Expected value of checks do not match.

Configure Expected Value Of Checks

This button is displayed in manual mode only.

imageClick the Configure expected value of checks button.

The Input Number dialog is displayed. Enter the expected value of the scanned checks.

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Click OK to save the value or Cancel to exit without saving the value. The entered value is displayed after Expected value of checks.

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