Processing-Context-In

Definition

A Processing-Context-In object defines the functional configuration of a transformation. It contains the mechanisms to:

  • identify the Input and Output-Events
  • activate the functions on the Input and Output-Events

Characteristics

Identifies technical information on the Input-Events to process and the Output-Events to generate.

  • Input-Events:
    • Input-Event name
    • Input-Event version
    • Segment type name
    • Code instance, if used
    • Date of Application for Rules
  • Output-Events:
    • Processing-Context-Out code, retrieved from either the first character in the structure, a Business-Field, a Constant or an Exit
    • Aggregation-Rule by Output-Event or Processing-Context-Out
    • Balancing-Rule  by Output-Event or Processing-Context-Out
  • Audit-Rule  by Output-Event or Processing-Context-Out

Activates processing for a given session:

  • Aggregation
  • Balancing check: via Balancing check code
  • Accounting processing and reversals
    • You must activate Accounting processing to be able to perform Accounting checks on the Output Events, the reversal, or both
    • The reversal consists of canceling in an accounting sense, the Output-Events generated in error. This involves reversing the accounting direction in the Output-Events. You need to restart AccountingIntegrator Enabler with the reversal code set to 2 for the Input-Event concerned.
  • Group management: via Group code
  • Phase recycling: via Phase anomaly code

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