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1. Welcome to the “ OVERRIDE PROCESSING ” learning unit. This learning unit will enable

1. Welcome to the “OVERRIDE PROCESSING” learning unit. This learning unit will enable you to understand the concept and implement OVERRIDE PROCESSING in

T24.

enable you to understand the concept and implement OVERRIDE PROCESSING in T24. GEN10.Override Processing In T24
After completing this learning unit/course, you will be able to:  Describe and differentiate types

After completing this learning unit/course, you will be able to:

Describe and differentiate types of overrides in T24

Explain the applications used for Override Processing

Setup up multi level restrictions on Override access

for Override Processing  Setup up multi level restrictions on Override access GEN10.Override Processing In T24
An override in T24 is required in a situation where the user needs to be

An override in T24 is required in a situation where the user needs to be warned that he has to confirm the action which he would be performing.

For example, A customer wants to withdraw $100 from his savings account which has

a balance of $150. Assume that by T24 norms, the minimum balance in the savings account should be $100. Now if you input the transaction to debit $100, when committing it T24 must warn you about the insufficient funds available. T24 cannot stop you, but it can warn you. T24 generates an override to do this. You will have only two options, to accept it and complete the transaction or reject it and stop.

only two options, to accept it and complete the transaction or reject it and stop. GEN10.Override
1. When you input a record in any Application in T24 and commit it, it

1.When you input a record in any Application in T24 and commit it, it is possible that you come across two types of messages.

1.1 Error Messages: Such type of messages are displayed -

Due to data not being input in mandatory fields

Due to incorrect data input

Due to incorrect relationship between field name and the data that is input.

In case of Error Messages, you need to correct the data input in the particular fields

and commit the transaction again.

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record is not saved till all errors are corrected. You cannot even put the record on

hold.

are corrected. You cannot even put the record on hold. 1.2 Override Messages: These are warning

1.2 Override Messages: These are warning messages, at least most of the time. A user may accept or reject override. If accepted, T24 saves the record and the override message is stored as part of it in the field OVERRIDE. If you do not want to accept the Override, you may either put the record on hold to correct it later or amend the record and commit it again.

1. ‘ Override’ is the name of the field which stores the override messages generated

1. Override’ is the name of the field which stores the override messages generated on committing the record.

1.1 This field is part of almost all the applications in T24.

1.2 It is a no input field and updated by T24. 1.5 Old overrides are
1.2
It is a no input field and updated by T24.
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Old overrides are deleted and the new ones are updated here
1.There can be two different types of override messages. They are Non Blocked and Blocked

1.There can be two different types of override messages. They are Non Blocked and Blocked overrides.

1.1 A record which generates non blocked overrides can be authorised by any user in

T24.

1.2 A record which generates blocked overrides can be authorised only by users with

appropriate privileges. If you do not have sufficient privileges the record will go to

INAO (Input Not Approved due to Override) status.

will go to INAO (Input Not Approved due to Override) status. By default, all overrides in

By default, all overrides in T24 are Non Blocked in nature.

Where are Override messages stored? In the OVERRIDE Application. T24 applications generate override messages stored

Where are Override messages stored?

In the OVERRIDE Application. T24 applications generate override messages stored

here.

ID : ID of the record can be any meaningful alphanumeric string

GB Message : This field contains the actual override message that is displayed on committing the record.

message that is displayed on committing the record . So are override messages only static text

So are override messages only static text messages? What if they need to hold values from the transaction? In that case, the override message will also contain a special character ‘&’ and each ‘&’ is then replaced with a value when T24 actually generates the override.

In the override ACCT.UNAUTH.OD, the first & is used to denote Currency, the second & to denote Amount and the third & to denote Account number.

Type, Channel and Approve Method : These fields are used only in ARC IB and are not in the scope of this learning unit. However, to give you little information about Channel field, based on the type of Channel you select to access T24 (like call center, branch, internet, etc.,), you can set this Override message to act differently such as a warning message, an error message, a confirmation message, etc.,.

Now what if we decide to change an override message in T24? Prev Message :

Now what if we decide to change an override message in T24?

Prev Message : This field in the OVERRIDE application holds the message which was

previously displayed for that particular Override. Only overrides that have changed over the years will have a value in this field.

Numeric Id : This is a no input field. T24 generates a unique number for every record in the OVERRIDE application on committing the record. This number is prefixed with ‘O’ which resembles Override.

number is prefixed with ‘O’ which resembles Override . App Version: This determines which Versions or

App Version: This determines which Versions or Applications will perform automatic Override validation during an OFS process.

Subroutine: It applies when OFS is being used. If validation is required then the highest priority will be given to a user defined subroutine and no further validation will be performed.

Validation: Any added validation checks to be performed during an incoming OFS message can be done here.

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You will now see an illustration to prove that all overrides in T24 by default

You will now see an illustration to prove that all overrides in T24 by default are non- blocked. In other words, no special permission is required to accept it.

For the Funds transfer transaction, the override message ACCT.UNAUTH.OD is generated. On accepting the override, the transaction is committed. This record can be authorized by any user as it is a non-blocked override.

This record can be authorized by any user as it is a non-blocked override. GEN10.Override Processing
1. Now that you realise what a non-blocked override is, the next thing to learn

1. Now that you realise what a non-blocked override is, the next thing to learn is how to block an override.

2. Any user can accept blocked overrides when generated and commit the record thus

moving it into INAU status.

3.To block an override in other words is to restrict access to particular users when it comes to authorising a record with this override.

4. If the record which has generated blocked overrides is accepted by the user with appropriate permissions, then the record becomes live or else it will move to INAO status.

permissions, then the record becomes live or else it will move to INAO status. GEN10.Override Processing
You will now learn with the help of an illustration how to block an override

You will now learn with the help of an illustration how to block an override in T24.

now learn with the help of an illustration how to block an override in T24. GEN10.Override
To grant privilege to authorise records that have generated blocked overrides, you must use the

To grant privilege to authorise records that have generated blocked overrides, you must use the OVERRIDE.CLASS field in the USER application or EB.USER.ROLES

depending on whether Roles are set up or not. This field accepts any string data. The relationship of this data entered here and the override is clearly visible from the screen

shots.

The override record has been modified to include the user class details thus making it

a blocked override.

The user AUTHUSER1 and any user belonging to the ACCOUNT.OFFICER role can now authorise the record which generated the ACCT.UNAUTH.OD override.

the record which generated the ACCT.UNAUTH.OD override. You will now learn more uses of the fields

You will now learn more uses of the fields APPLICATION and CLASS in the OVERRIDE application.

Application : Specify a * to denote, irrespective of the application from which this

override is generated, only users with Class TRG in their User profile can accept the

override.

You can also specify Class Application wise. For example, if the Override is generated

in the FUNDS.TRANSFER application, then only users with Class TEM in their User

profiles can accept it.

Class : This field specifies a group name. Users belonging to this group alone will be able to approve this override. Class name can be any descriptive text. Maximum of four characters only. The group name specified in this field should be attached in the User profiles in the field ‘Override Class’.

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Note that the user RELMGR is not attached to the class TRG. Now login as

Note that the user RELMGR is not attached to the class TRG.

Now login as the user RELMGR and input an FT transaction, accept the overrides and

commit the record. Open it in SEE mode and see the field Override.3 being suffixed with *TEM which implies that only a user belonging to the class TEM can authorize the record.

which implies that only a user belonging to the class TEM can authorize the record. GEN10.Override

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Note that the user FO.EXEC is not attached to the class TRG. Now login as

Note that the user FO.EXEC is not attached to the class TRG.

Now login as FRONT OFFICE EXECUTIVE and authorize the record. You will see the

message ‘YOU CANNOT APPROVE ALL OVERRIDES’. This is because, the user who tried to authorize the record is not one among the class specified in OVERRIDE application.

You can see the record status has gone to INAO. Only users with the field Override class set to ‘TEM’ in the user profile can authorize the record.

field Override class set to ‘TEM’ in the user profile can authorize the record. GEN10.Override Processing

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Note that the user AUTHUSER is attached to the class TEM and TRG. Now login

Note that the user AUTHUSER is attached to the class TEM and TRG.

Now login as AUTHUSER and authorize the same FT record. Open the record in SEE

mode and check for the field Override.1 being suffixed with ‘*TEM*AUTHUSER’

TEM is the Class name.

AUTHUSER is the user who has approved the override.

name. AUTHUSER is the user who has approved the override . Note that the field Authorizer

Note that the field Authorizer still holds the user FO.EXEC and does not change to AUTHUSER .

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If an user of the class TEM has input the FT transaction, Can any user

If an user of the class TEM has input the FT transaction, Can any user authorize the FT record?

Note that user FO.EXEC is not attached to the class TEM. Now can this user authorize the record?

YES. Since the FT record was input by the user belonging to the class TEM, now any other user who does not belong to the class TEM can authorize the record.

any other user who does not belong to the class TEM can authorize the record. GEN10.Override
1. There might be many such cases in a Bank that a simple Class restrictions

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There might be many such cases in a Bank that a simple Class restrictions may not be sufficient.

2.

What if there is a need to restrict access to authorize the record which has a

specific value?

Using an illustration you will learn how to block overrides based on conditions.

an illustration you will learn how to block overrides based on conditions. GEN10.Override Processing In T24
1.When an unauthorized overdraft override message is generated in T24, only the following users should

1.When an unauthorized overdraft override message is generated in T24, only the following users should be able to approve the override based on the following conditions.

2. Account Officer classification

Table Row 1 : Only the user ACCTOFF1 can approve the override if the currency is USD and the overdraft amount is in the range one to 10000

Table Row 2 : Only the user ACCTOFF2 can approve the override if the currency is USD and the overdraft amount is in the range one to 10000

3. Manager classification Table Row 1 : Only the user MANAGER1 can approve the override
3.
Manager classification
Table Row 1 : Only the user MANAGER1 can approve the override if the currency is
USD and the overdraft amount is in the range 10001 to 50000
Table Row 2 : Only the user MANAGER2 can approve the override if the currency is
USD and the overdraft amount is in the range 10001 to 50000
4.
GM classification
Table Row 1 : Only the user GENMGR1 can approve the override if the overdraft
amount is in the range 50001 to 1000000
To set the multiple level restrictions to approve an override you have to use the

To set the multiple level restrictions to approve an override you have to use the application OVERRIDE.CLASS.DETAILS. You can set different groups who can approve overrides only if the conditions specified in their groups are satisfied.

Data Def : This field refers to the & values in the override message. ACCT.UNAUTH.OD is the Override in which &1 refers to Currency, &2 refers to Amount and &3 refers to Account. In this example, conditions are specific to only Currency and Amount and hence only &1 and &2 are defined. A user defined routine can also be attached in the field DATA.DEF. User can write his/her own conditions to be checked in the routine and depending on the result various classifications can be set to approve the override. The routine name should be prefixed with the sign @ in the field.

name should be prefixed with the sign @ in the field. The fields from Classification to

The fields from Classification to Data.To form a multi value set. The fields from Data.Def.No to Data.To form a sub value set.

Classification : This field holds any user defined text that best defines the group classification.

Data Def No. : This field indicates which data item, as defined in the field DATA DEF is to be used for the classification.

The number in this field identifies which multi-value from the field DATA DEF is to be referred. For example, the number '1' indicates that it is the data item defined by field

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DATA DEF.1 and the number '2' indicates that it is the content of field DATA DEF.2 . You can

also define one DATA DEF and use it for all the classifications.

DEF.2 . You can also define one DATA DEF and use it for all the classifications.
DEF.2 . You can also define one DATA DEF and use it for all the classifications.
DEF.2 . You can also define one DATA DEF and use it for all the classifications.
DEF.2 . You can also define one DATA DEF and use it for all the classifications.
DEF.2 . You can also define one DATA DEF and use it for all the classifications.
DEF.2 . You can also define one DATA DEF and use it for all the classifications.
DEF.2 . You can also define one DATA DEF and use it for all the classifications.
DEF.2 . You can also define one DATA DEF and use it for all the classifications.
DEF.2 . You can also define one DATA DEF and use it for all the classifications.
Comparison : It refers the operand to be used. Must select the valid operand you

Comparison : It refers the operand to be used. Must select the valid operand you would want to use for comparison. This field can be left without any input also. Different operands available are

EQ which resembles Equal To , GE resembles Greater than or Equal To,

GT resembles Greater than, LE resembles Lesser thank or Equal To,

LT resembles Lesser than, NE resembles Not Equal To,

LK resembles Like, NR resembles Out of range,

RG resembles the range, UL resembles Unlike.

Out of range, RG resembles the range, UL resembles Unlike. Data From : This field holds

Data From : This field holds the value indicated in the field DATA DEF (according to the field DATA DEF NO), is compared against the value in this field according to the operator in the field COMPARISON. If the outcome of the comparison is true, the corresponding CLASSIFICATION group will be allocated the override.

DATA.TO : This field holds the end value of a range.

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When the override message is raised from the application FUNDS.TRANSFER, the conditions specified in the

When the override message is raised from the application FUNDS.TRANSFER, the conditions specified in the record TRAINING in the OVERRIDE.CLASS.DETAILS application will be checked and appropriately validated.

If the override message is raised for an amount which is beyond the amount specified in OVERRIDE.CLASS.DETAILS then only the users who belong to the class TEM can approve the override.

When the override message is generated for applications other than FUNDS.TRANSFER (denoted using a *), users with the field Override Class set to TEM in their user profiles will be able to approve the override.

Class set to TEM in their user profiles will be able to approve the override. GEN10.Override

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Specify the value given in the field CLASSIFICATION (first multi value set) in OVERRIDE.CLASS.DETAILS and

Specify the value given in the field CLASSIFICATION (first multi value set) in OVERRIDE.CLASS.DETAILS and in the field OVERRIDE CLASS in the User profiles of ACCTOFF1 and ACCTOFF2.

Specify the value given in the field CLASSIFICATION (second multi value set) in OVERRIDE.CLASS.DETAILS and in the field OVERRIDE CLASS in the User profiles of MANAGER1 and MANAGER2.

CLASS in the User profiles of MANAGER1 and MANAGER2. Specify the value given in the field

Specify the value given in the field CLASSIFICATION (third multi value set) in OVERRIDE.CLASS.DETAILS and in the field OVERRIDE CLASS in the User profiles of GENMGR1.

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1. Login to T24 as any user and input a FT debiting an account with

1. Login to T24 as any user and input a FT debiting an account with nil balance with USD 9000.

1.1 Login as ACCTOFF1/ACCTOFF2 and authorise the FT.

nil balance with USD 9000. 1.1 Login as ACCTOFF1/ACCTOFF2 and authorise the FT. GEN10.Override Processing In
1.Login as any user and input an FT debiting an account with nil balance with

1.Login as any user and input an FT debiting an account with nil balance with USD 10400.

1.1 Login as ACCTOFF1/ACCTOFF2 and authorise the FT.

1.2 Note that the record status is INAO as ACCTOFF1 does not have the privileges to

authorise transactions with overdraft amount beyond USD 9000.

1.3 Login as MANAGER1 and authorise the record.

1.4 The authoriser field will still show value of ACCTOFF1 only as initially the record

was authorised by the user ACCTOFF1.

of ACCTOFF1 only as initially the record was authorised by the user ACCTOFF1. GEN10.Override Processing In
1.Login as any user and input a FT debiting an account with nil balance with

1.Login as any user and input a FT debiting an account with nil balance with USD

51000

1.1If ACCTOFF1/ACCTOFF2/MANAGER1/MANAGER2 login and try to authorize the

record, the record will go to INAO status.

1.2Only user GENMGR1 will be able to approve the override and authorize the record.

user GENMGR1 will be able to approve the override and authorize the record. GEN10.Override Processing In
1.Login as any user and input an FT debiting an account with nil balance with

1.Login as any user and input an FT debiting an account with nil balance with USD 2000000.

1.1Note that the Override message is suffixed with *TRG. (Provided TRG is specified

in the CLASS field for FUNDS.TRANSFER)

1.2Since the overdraft amount does not fall into any of the ranges defined in the OVERRIDE.CLASS.DETAILS application, the default class TRG defined for FT has been used.

1.3Therefore, this override can be approved only by users who have class set to TRG in their User profile.

can be approved only by users who have class set to TRG in their User profile.
T24 always checks for conditions in the order specified in the OVERRIDE.CLASS.DETAILS record. For example,

T24 always checks for conditions in the order specified in the OVERRIDE.CLASS.DETAILS record.

For example, If an FT is input and the overdraft amount is 9000, the override message

will always appear as

<Override Message>* ACOF

A user with MGR override class set will not be able to approve the above mentioned override.

When an override is to be approved T24 checks to see if the override class mentioned in the user profile matches the override class suffixed with the override message. If yes, approval is possible, else record will got to INAO status.

override message. If yes, approval is possible, else record will got to INAO status. GEN10.Override Processing

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Logically a user with MGR override class set should be able to approve an override

Logically a user with MGR override class set should be able to approve an override of 9000 USD. To get this done, you need to add ‘ACOF’ apart from the ‘MGR’ class in the user profile of MANAGER1 and MANAGER2.

apart from the ‘MGR’ class in the user profile of MANAGER1 and MANAGER2. GEN10.Override Processing In
1.Amend the ACCT.UNAUTH.OD override to allow only the following users to approve the override. 2.Create

1.Amend the ACCT.UNAUTH.OD override to allow only the following users to approve the override.

2.Create the necessary users

3.Default class to be used is TRG

4.Two trainees to form a group

The first group needs to create a record in OVERRIDE.CLASS.DETAILS application. The ID should be TEMENOS.TRG. The first group to create the record and add in details appropriate to GRP1. Once done, GRP2 needs to edit the record ‘TEMENOS.TRG’ and input appropriate details. Then, record passes on to GRP3 and so on. GRP10 to link the OVERRIDE.CLASS.DETAILS record to OVERRIDE application.

All groups will then have to create new accounts and input FTs debiting the account and check override processing.

new accounts and input FTs debiting the account and check override processing. GEN10.Override Processing In T24

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You are now familiar with the concept of override processing in T24. Can an override

You are now familiar with the concept of override processing in T24. Can an override

message be triggered as an error in T24?

The answer is yes. The field TYPE in OVERRIDE application has the following options Error, Auto, Message and Warning. When TYPE is set to Error, the override message becomes an error. When TYPE is set to Auto, the override message will be automatically accepted by T24 , the user acceptance is not required.

message will be automatically accepted by T24 , the user acceptance is not required. GEN10.Override Processing
You will not be allowed to commit the record when an error is raised in

You will not be allowed to commit the record when an error is raised in T24.

You will not be allowed to commit the record when an error is raised in T24
In the previous example, the override was displayed as an error message. Now can you

In the previous example, the override was displayed as an error message. Now can

you define Channel specific error messages for overrides?

In the example shown ACCT.UNAUTH.OD is just an override. Only when the CHANNEL of the transaction is INTERNET, this override should be displayed as an ERROR. When defining as an error for a particular channel either an existing EB.ERROR can be mapped as shown Or Customized message change be provided.

mapped as shown Or Customized message change be provided . Note: - Channel should be configured

Note: - Channel should be configured in OFS.SOURCE record.

1. Can you simply create a new Override without any hassels? 2. No. OVERRIDE is

1. Can you simply create a new Override without any hassels?

2. No. OVERRIDE is one of the core applications in T24. It is not possible to simply

create a new record in OVERRIDE application and let it to populate for any records in

any applications. Only TEMENOS DEVELOPMENT can do it. However Client customization is possible but is not as simple as creating any record in OVERRIDE application. All the override messages to be generated should be defined in the OVERRIDE application in T24.

should be defined in the OVERRIDE application in T24 . For example, when T24 wishes to

For example, when T24 wishes to raise an override stating that a particular account has been over drawn, it will only say that an override ACCT.UNAUTH.OD needs to be raised. T24 core then picks up the actual message from the field GB Message in OVERRIDE application and displays it.

Have you ever wondered why do you get a “SECURITY VIOLATION” message? What is the

Have you ever wondered why do you get a “SECURITY VIOLATION” message? What is the reason you are getting it? what does that message actually mean?

If yes, your answers will be answered in the coming slides.

message actually mean? If yes, your answers will be answered in the coming slides. GEN10.Override Processing
1. EB.ERROR is the application where the error messages are stored in T24. 2. Record

1. EB.ERROR is the application where the error messages are stored in T24.

2. Record Id in this application is comprised of two parts:

2.1. The PRODUCT code. Ex: EB for core

2.2. Part 2: An abbreviated description of the error message. Ex: Security.violation

3. ERROR.MSG - Multi-language field contains the message that will be displayed in

the event of an application triggering this error.

4.

record can be set to a specific channel. If there is a channel specified, the channel specific message will be displayed as an error.

5.

CHANNEL - Used to define channel specific messages. Every OFS.SOURCE

- Used to define channel specific messages. Every OFS.SOURCE NUMERIC.ID – The corresponding error code for

NUMERIC.ID The corresponding error code for the error message.

1. EB-SECURITY.VIOLATION record contains the error message that gets triggered when: 1.1. invalid username/password is

1. EB-SECURITY.VIOLATION record contains the error message that gets triggered when:

1.1. invalid username/password is entered in the login page.

1.2. a user tries to open an application or use a function that he/she is not entitled to (Application & Function level SMS restrictions).

2. Change the content of ERROR.MSG field’s first multi-value to “Invalid Username/Password! Or not enough rights!” as shown in the screenshot on the right.

Username/Password! Or not enough rights!” as shown in the screenshot on the right. GEN10.Override Processing In
1. Now try to enter either a invalid username/password in the T24 login page. You

1. Now try to enter either a invalid username/password in the T24 login page.

You will get the new customized error message, as shown in this slide!

login page. You will get the new customized error message, as shown in this slide! GEN10.Override
Now we will test if this error message is displayed when a user tries to

Now we will test if this error message is displayed when a user tries to open an application or use a function that he/she is not entitled to (Application & Function level SMS restrictions).

1. Create a user profile as shown in this slide.

2. Login using the user created and try to open the CUSTOMER application in Input mode.

using the user created and try to open the CUSTOMER application in Input mode. GEN10.Override Processing
1. EB-SECURITY.VIOLATION.2 record contains the error message that gets triggered when: 1.1. a user tries

1. EB-SECURITY.VIOLATION.2 record contains the error message that gets triggered when:

1.1. a user tries to open a record in an application that contains data (field level) that

he/she is not entitled to view (Field level SMS restrictions).

(field level) that he/she is not entitled to view (Field level SMS restrictions). GEN10.Override Processing In
Now login using the newly created user and try to open a record in ACCOUNT

Now login using the newly created user and try to open a record in ACCOUNT application with @ID 14087 (EUR account).

You will get the new customized error message as shown in this slide. This is because the new user doesn’t have rights to open a record in ACCOUNT application which has a currency not equal to USD.

Here the User profile is configured for multiple company restrictions.

profile is configured for multiple company restrictions. 1. First restriction is where the user can access

1. First restriction is where the user can access all companies and all applications, but can use the functions as ‘History Exception List Print See’.

2. Secord restriction is where the user can access all companies and in the ACCOUNT application he can use the functions ‘Input Copy Delete’ with only those accounts where the currency is USD.

1. EB-SECURITY.VIOLATION.4 record contains the error message that gets triggered when: 1.1. a user tries

1. EB-SECURITY.VIOLATION.4 record contains the error message that gets triggered when:

1.1. a user tries to query about records that contains data (field level) that he/she is not

entitled to view (Field level SMS restrictions).

2. Change the content of ERROR.MSG field’s first multi-value to “Sorry, you don’t have permissions to query this data!”.

multi - value to “Sorry, you don’t have permissions to query this data!”. GEN10.Override Processing In
1. Now try to open a record in ACCOUNT application with @ID equal to 61492

1. Now try to open a record in ACCOUNT application with @ID equal to 61492 (JPY account).

You will get the new customized error message as shown in this slide!

(JPY account). You will get the new customized error message as shown in this slide! GEN10.Override
1. OF-SECURITY.VIOLATION record contains the error message that gets triggered when: 1.1. A user tries

1. OF-SECURITY.VIOLATION record contains the error message that gets triggered when:

1.1. A user tries to perform any action in his/her session when the session is no longer

active (Except web server session timeout).

2. Change the content of ERROR.MSG field’s first multi-value to “Sorry, your session is no longer active.”

field’s first multi - value to “Sorry, your session is no longer active.” GEN10.Override Processing In
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In this learning unit/course, you learnt about the Override Processing in T24 You will now

In this learning unit/course, you learnt about the Override Processing in T24

You will now be able to

Describe and differentiate types of overrides

Explain the applications used for Override Processing

Setup up multi level restrictions on Override access

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