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TitleSetting Credit Cards in oracle
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Table of Contents
                            Credit Card Integration
	Credit Card Programs
	Credit Cards
	Setting Up the Import Control File
	Modify the init.ora File
	Credit Card Transaction Import and Validation
	Credit Card Transaction Validation Report
	Clearing Unused Credit Card Transactions
	Testing Credit Card Integration Set Up
                        
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4 Oracle Web Employees 11.0.3A Documentation Supplement

2. Select the credit card program to which the credit card you want to
define belongs.

3. In the Card Member Name field, enter the name of the employee
who holds the card as it appears on the card.

4. In the Employee Name field, enter the name of the employee who
holds the card.

5. Enter the number of the credit card the employee holds.

6. Save your work.

Setting Up the Import Control File

Before you can import credit card data you must make a single
modification to the control file that imports your corporate credit card
data. To make this modification, you first identify the
CARD_PROGRAM_ID of your credit card program, and then add this
number as a constant to a control file.

Note: You set up the import control file once. You do not have to
repeat this procedure every time you load credit card data files.

Identifying a CARD_PROGRAM_ID

Prerequisites

❑ Create a credit card program for the corporate credit card your
organization uses. See Credit Card Programs: page 2.

� To identify the CARD_PROGRAM_ID of your credit card program:

1. In Payables, navigate to Credit Card Programs window.

2. Choose Help.

3. Choose Tools, Examine, and then enter your password. This opens
the Examine Field and Variable Values window.

4. Select the triangular button to the far right of the Field prompt.
This opens the Choose a field window.

5. Select the field: CARD_PROGRAM_ID. Choose OK.

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