Parameters and Maintenance tables are used to configure the system, see article on Reference Data.
- Parameters are used to configure various parts of the system in order to meet specific institutional needs.
- Parameters are usually set during implementation and then are updated occasionally as reference data is updated.
Examples include, object codes allowed for a specific payment reason when creating a disbursement voucher; or emails where system notifications should be sent.
Creating New Parameters
For the most part, creating new parameters usually requires code. The following parameters are an exception to this rule and can be copied to be used on various transactional documents. Several are delivered, more can be created as needed.
Parameters by module
- Access Security
- Accounts Receivable
- Capital Asset Management
- Contracts & Grants
- Chart of Accounts
- Effort Certification
- Financial Processing
- General Ledger
- Labor Ledger
- Pre-Disbursement Processor
- Purchasing / Accounts Payable