After a pay cycle has been run and the checks have
been directed to a printer, there may be a circumstance where, due to a paper
jam or printer malfunction, checks may need to be reprinted. In this case the check restart process would
be run by the pay cycle approver to recreate the necessary checks.
- Accounts Payable>Payments>Pay Cycle Processing>Check Restart
Pay Cycle: Choose the Pay Cycle ID of the checks that
need to be reprinted
Sequence Number: Choose the Pay Cycle
sequence number of the checks that need to be reprinted.
the Checkbox next to the details of the checks to be reprinted.
From Payment Ref:
default to the beginning check reference number for the Pay Cycle. If not all the checks need to be reprinted,
change this to the first check reference number that will need to be reprinted.
To Payment Ref:
default to the last check reference number for the Pay Cycle. If not all the checks need to be reprinted,
change this to the last check reference number that will need to be reprinted.
Payment Date: Will default to today’s date. Update if the payment date is not today.
Reference Number: Choose, “Recreate with new reference” to void
the original reference numbers and re-create the payments with new numbers or
choose “Re-Print using same reference” to reprint the payments using the
original reference numbers
Pay Cycle Manager:
Server Name: PSNT
Output Type: Printer
Output Destination: Comptroller’s printer name ‘chkprtmain’
Server Name: PSUNX
Refresh – Until Status is
Server Name: PSUNX
Output Destination: For the
current test environments the desiccation is as follows:
Refresh – Until status is
- Once a new pay cycle has been run, the check restart process cannot be
used for the previous pay cycle.
- Once the checks have been recreate using a new reference number, the
check restart process cannot be run.