Presentation on theme: "Vendor / Provider Cleanup and Import. Environment County accounting system vendor file is the master file for SSIS’ Bus Org data. Data imported into SSIS."— Presentation transcript:
Vendor / Provider Cleanup and Import
Environment County accounting system vendor file is the master file for SSIS’ Bus Org data. Data imported into SSIS can not be changed in SSIS. Changes must flow from the accounting system. During import, a log will be produced showing the results of import attempts (both successes and failures).
Environment For import to work, proper matching of accounting system vendors with SSIS Bus Orgs is critical. The transfer of information from the accounting system to SSIS is based on the vendor ID.
What could go worng? Show stoppers: If the same vendor number is used for two different entities in the two systems. E.G. Vendor 7018 is ‘ABC Video Rental’ in accounting system, but is ‘Smith foster home’ in SSIS.
What else could go worng? If a vendor number is in use in SSIS but not in the county accounting system. That entity may be in the accounting system with a different vendor number, or the vendor may not exist in the county accounting system.
What else could go worng? If a vendor number is in use two or more times in SSIS. During the data transfer the update mechanism will not know which Bus Org record should be updated.
Cleanup In order to resolve these issues, SSIS will work with the counties to identify and resolve file inconsistencies. Some cleanup reports will be distributed prior to Version 3.8 Vendor cleanup functions will be available in Version 3.8