Check Deposit is launched by an external application which passes it information about a batch of checks. This information includes the number of checks in the batch and the total value of the batch of checks. (Alternatively, the application can be run in manual mode and the number of checks and the total value of those checks can be configured in the application.)
The user should put the batch of checks and deposit slip in the check scanner – with the deposit slip the first item to be scanned. An external application passes information to the Check Deposit application which includes the number of checks and the total value of all the checks in the batch. The Check Deposit application then scans the checks and makes sure the correct number of checks has been scanned and the total value of the scanned checks matches the total value passed to it by the external application and the value on the deposit slip.
Should either the number of checks or the total value not match the values read from the deposit slip or the values passed to the Check Deposit application by the external application (or set manually if using manual mode), Batch is Invalid is displayed and the Store All button is not enabled until the problem has been resolved.
When the information from the scanned checks matches both the information on the deposit slip and the information passed by the external application (or set manually if using manual mode), Batch is Valid is displayed and the scanned images and Index field information can be stored.