Codes on all transactions that identify the type of transaction and the master file it affects.
A unique command that tells the system location of an SAP transaction. A transaction code may contain only letters or a combination of letters and numbers; for example, zstm (Summary Statement) or fmz1 (Manual Funds Reservations). Type the transaction code preceded by the prefix in the Command field to access the corresponding SAP transaction. For example, /nzstm accesses the Summary Statement.
A three digit code which uniquely identifies a transaction type and determines editing criteria and dollar fields to be updated.
A two-digit numerical code used to identify types of input transactions. The transaction code is the seventh and eighth digit of the document number appearing on computer printouts.
a four digit alpha numeric field, which takes one to the screen/window associated with that code
A code that determines how a transaction is to be routed. The transaction code indicates whether the transaction will be credited to or debited from either a checking or savings account.
The code used to track the fulfillment of a promotion in the GetRelevant network.
A unique code that identifies the different types of leave for payroll accounting. These codes correspond to those used by the National Finance Center to process mass Time & Attendances quickly.
2 digit code in the ACH record that determines if an entry is a debit or credit to a DDA, savings, loan, or ledger account
A series of codes used in connection with transactions processed via BACS Payment Schemes determining the type of transaction e.g. for Direct Debits - 01,17,18, 19 - AUDDIS Instruction 0S, 0C, 0N 116