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Attachment Indicator - Validated

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Created by Konda R on 2010-11-02 02:49:15 Back to Topics

Attachment Indicator - Validated

Will Attachment Indicator – Validated field be populated by SIS only when Attachment Indicator - Original is set to ‘Y’ on input file?

 

If Attachment Indicator - Original is set to ‘N’ on input file, can we expect Attachment Indicator – Validated to be blank on output file?

 

Trying to determine if we can rely solely on the Attachment Indicator – Validated field to identify cases of missing supporting documents? Or do need to use combination of both Attachment Indicator - Original & Attachment Indicator – Validated fields to identify cases of missing supporting documents?

Replied by Alex S on 2010-11-24 12:49:31
To answer your below questions;
 
1. No it will always be populated.
2. Based on above answer this is not valid.


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Posted: Tuesday, November 02, 2010 2:49 AM
Subject: Attachment Indicator - Validated

Will Attachment Indicator – Validated field be populated by SIS only when Attachment Indicator - Original is set to ‘Y’ on input file?

 

If Attachment Indicator - Original is set to ‘N’ on input file, can we expect Attachment Indicator – Validated to be blank on output file?

 

Trying to determine if we can rely solely on the Attachment Indicator – Validated field to identify cases of missing supporting documents? Or do need to use combination of both Attachment Indicator - Original & Attachment Indicator – Validated fields to identify cases of missing supporting documents?

 
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