The purpose of this feature is to give the user the option to enter the ACH Effective Entry Date. This date is usually calculated as the system date plus one day. A new ACH Global Setup option has been added that will allow the user to choose whether he/she wants the system to prompt the user for this date.
10. Prompt Effective Entry Date When Create NACHA File? The default value for this field is N.
If this option is set to Y, a window will pop up that will allow the user to enter the Deposit Effective Entry Date. This field will default to the system date plus one day.
The date entered cannot be less than the system date. Also, it cannot be greater than 7 days past the system date.
If users wish to defer this process, then they should use the F1 key, which means System Date plus one day. Entry of a fixed Deposit Effective Entry Date will not work for deferred report processing. If the F1 key is pressed, the text "System Date Plus One" will be displayed next to the entry date.
Modified Programs: NSCTLFIL.FD, NSCTLFIL.W30, NSCTLMNV, NSCTLINI, ARACHJNL, ARACHPRC, ARACHQRV, ARHISDTL