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Our positive pay using Data Exchange Definition works perfectly for almost all checks, including financially voided and voided (in payment journal).
I found test print checks will not be included in PP but don't stop the process unless the test print is the only check in the list. Positive Pay Entries list shows one check and one void but only exported the posted check and ignored the test check. That's okay and I am just adding the information (perhaps it is a small bug).
My issue here is that we have a check object that sometimes uses pre-numbered check stock stubs so that it can print all of the invoices being paid on a check. You've probably seen it - the check shows in NAV as voided and has a zero amount and the output is the check has VOID on it and the stub is used.
The positive pay export is erroring on these entries with the error: Amount must have a value in Positive Pay Detail: Data Exch Entry No.=10, Entry No.=27. It cannot be zero or empty.
How can I include the check number in positive pay export with a zero value and void. We want the check number to be included for the bank to know it is a void check.
I was hoping to find an answer as I had the same issue. I tried different things and the solution was to make Amount Optional in Field Mapping, after that my file exported like a charm.
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