As previously mentioned, Payment Level Checks dictate how frequently a validation runs before payments are processed. Mekorma recommends setting this so that every 90 days, a vendor will automatically be re-validated before any payments are processed. Toggle the checkbox to turn the feature on and off and enter the number of days you would like a payment level check to be valid for in the Validation Days Valid field.

When preparing to submit a payment in the Process Payments / Print Checks page, the system will show the validation status and if a validation is due.

In the example below, neither vendor has a validation check due, but one does have an error status. If a validation check were due in the scenario, that vendor would be re-validated as part of the payment process. If the validation results in an OK status, the payment processes as normal. If the validation result remains Error, your configured error rules will take effect.

Depending on your configurations, if you process a transaction with multiple vendors, including one vendor that has an error/warning status, only that vendor’s payments will follow your configured error/warning rules, while the remaining payments in the batch will be processed successfully.

Last modified: October 24, 2023

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