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Last Post 02/21/2020 11:09 AM by  Todd Mitchell
AR575 vs AR580
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02/14/2020 12:39 PM
    We have been using AR575 for a while, but the AR580 file format is much simpler. It seems that AR575 contains a lot of parameters in the input file, while AR580 uses a lot of these as job parameters. What are the differences, if any, in using AR580 for cash application vs AR575?
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    02/14/2020 1:33 PM
    We have used both, the main difference is the input tables used to process the payments.
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    02/14/2020 2:46 PM
    I guess my question really centers around the results of the jobs. For example, cash code information is attached to the payment within the ARIPMT for AR575, but it is a parameter in AR580. When creating the payment batch, does AR580 know which payments to pull in from the ARIPAYMENT for the cash code entered in the job parameters?
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    02/21/2020 11:09 AM
    That is a very good question. The way we have used AR580 and AR575, it picks up anything in the interface table for the company code specified in the run time parameters. What I have seen is that the Process Level and/or cash code parameters are "overrides" to company defaults (AR01/AR00).
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