The following procedures will reset a check run to Marked For Pay:
 
1. All users must be logged out of the FundWare Accounts Payable module. Also ensure there is a backup of the data in Division Maintenance. *(For the tech who has gone through this routine multiple times, it is sufficient to just make a copy of the ##occ*.* files)
 
2. Verify all pending folders have been posted in Accounts Payable by running Clear AP Flags in Division Maintenance.
 
3. Verify there is a Cut Checks Folder on the gui window under the bank (this indicates checks have not been logged).
 
4. Open Division 00 System Administration, allowing the business date to default to today's date.
 
5. In the menu bar, select > System Administration > System Utilities.
     Enter the following in the Execute Program portion of the screen:
 
 Program Name        OCW208
 Switches                   20
 Parameters                <leave blank>
 Business Date           Use today's date
 Division                    Select the appropriate division.
     Click Run.
          a. Select C to C)hange.
          b. At the Bank prompt, enter the Bank's Use Id.
                (The screen prompts for a Bank. If the Bank name is not known, select the     Scroll mode and enter through the bank field to get a list of them.
                Determine the bank from the left column, then escape back to go to Change mode. This is the FI Use ID and can also be found in Financial Institutions > Account tab > By Use radio button.)
          c. At Enter field to be changed, type 8 and press Enter
          d. Note the Current Run number in field 7; you will need this in the following steps.
          e. Marked for Pay Count - change the value to the number on the Cut Count
          f.   Marked for Pay Amount - change the value to the amount on the Cut Amount
          g. Cut Count - change the value to 0
          h. Cut Amount - change the value to 0.00
          i.   Press F2
          j.   If the user always keeps their control numbers in line with the logged check numbers, the number can be set back here in Field 5)Last number.
          k. Press F2
          l.   At Enter field to be changed, press Enter
         m. Press Escape and E to E)nd
 
6. Return to Execute Program and run
 
     Program Name: OCW218
     Switches: 20
     Parameters:             <blank>
 
          a. Select C to C)hange.
          b. At the Run prompt, enter the run number gathered at step above
          c. At Enter field to be changed, type 5 and press Enter
          d. At Current Status, type 1 and press Enter
          e. At Enter field to be changed, type 6 and press Enter
          f.   Marked for Pay Count - change the value to the number on the Cut Count
          g. Marked for Pay Amount - change the value to the amount on the Cut Amount
          h. Cut Count - change the value to 0
          i.   Cut Amount - change the value to 0.00
          j.   Press F2
          k. At Enter field to be changed, press Enter
          l.   Press Escape and E to E)nd
 
7. After following the steps above, you will then need to clear AP flags.

To clear AP flags:

         a.Open Division 00 - System Administration. 
         b. Allow the business date to default to today's date.
         c. Click OK.
         d. No one should be in Accounts Payable.
         e. On the menu bar, select Division Maintenance. 
         f. Highlight the division needed and click Clear AP Flags. 
      
There may be some cases where the run or bank will not look as straight as above. In that case:
 
8. Return to Execute Program and run
 
     Program Name: OCW228
    Switches: 20
     Parameters:             <blank>
 
a. Select S to S)Scroll.
 
b. At the Run prompt, enter the run number gathered at step above
 
This will display all the obligations on the run and show their statuses. From that it can be determined if additional steps may be required.
 
Suggestions to Lessen OTCKxxxx.L## being Overwritten or Deleted From the Print Manager Prior to Printing
 
The log checks process should be performed after checks are printed. Therefore, do not log checks without printed checks physically in hand. This will prevent another check run from overwriting OTCKxxxx.L## , as the bank will be in use and will not allow another run to be produced until the first is logged.