Bank Records - Source Codes

The following table lists the Source and Type codes that are assigned to the Bank records that are created by the StreamV system.  The combination of the Source code and the Type code assigned to each Bank record indicate which application and or process created the record.

Source

Type

Status

Application

Process

Notes

AD

D

N

AR - (Automated

Cash Application)

Automatic application of customer checks to invoices

Stores a deposit number in bank record to avoid duplicates.

AR

R

N

AR

AR Refund

Created when ar credit memo balance is refunded to customer.

BD

D

N

Bank System

Miscellaneous Deposit

Uses the Bank Tran# for the ref number to avoid duplicates

BF

B

N

Bank System

Miscellaneous Charge

Uses the Bank Tran# for the ref number to avoid duplicates

CD

C

N

Accounts Payable

A/P Check Printing

Status changes to V if voided

CD

W

N

Accounts Payable

A/P Wire Transfer

Status changes to V if voided

CV

D

N

Accounts Receivable

Created when a customer check is voided after being deposited in Bank account.

Stores a deposit number in bank record, stores original customer check# in memo.  Status changes to V or K when voided or cancelled.

MD

C

N

Accounts Payable

Manual Check Entry

Status changes to V if voided.

ME

C

V

A/P Bank System

Manual Void Check Not processed by system.

Allows user to insert record when check never issued (i.e. damaged in printer).  Amt = 0

SD

D

N

Accounts Receivable

Deposit Processing

Stores the deposit number in the bank record.

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Bank Records - Journal Entry Detail