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Introduction to T24forMCB - Navigation

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Navigating in T24forMCB

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Possible through Browser or Classic
ƒ Both are complementary products, ensuring basic functionality
ƒ Each has exclusive features

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Browser
ƒ Light client
ƒ Ideal for end users
especially in large installation

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Classic (Character based)
ƒ Running COB operations
ƒ Meant for System administrators

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Browser – Logging to T24forMCB
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Intranet based front end for T24forMCB

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Log on to T24forMCB using Internet Explorer / Netscape Navigator

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Type the appropriate URL in address bar

Enter Username ,
Password and Click
Sign in

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Browser – Logging to T24forMCB

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Logging out ƒ First T24forMCB Screen Slide 5 .Browser .

Browser .Logging out ƒ Logging out of T24forMCB properly Slide 6 .

Workshop .1 ƒ Login to T24forMCB by using the User name and password given by the trainer ƒ Log off Slide 7 .

1 Solution 1 2 3 Slide 8 .Workshop .

Understanding the First T24forMCB Screen User Name Sign on Information Command Line Slide 9 .

Tools Changes password of currently signed on User New password will take effect from subsequent sign on Slide 10 .Browser buttons .

3 ƒ Log in to T24forMCB ƒ Change your password ƒ Log out ƒ Login in as the same user with the new password ƒ Log out of T24forMCB Slide 11 .Workshop .

Workshop – 3 Solution 3 1 4 2 5 Slide 12 .

Command Line ƒ Useful to super users and Administrators ƒ Type the task in the command line and click to execute it ƒ <Application Name> CUSTOMER List of Existing records Creation of New records Slide 13 .

Command Line ƒ Another option in the command line ƒ <Application Name> <Function> <Record ID> CUSTOMER I 100185 Slide 14 .

4 ƒ Log in to T24forMCB ƒ Launch the following from Command line ƒ USER application with input function ƒ USER application with input function and ID – ABCDE ƒ USER application with see function and ID .AUTHORISER ƒ Log out Slide 15 .Workshop .

Workshop – 4 Solution 1 2 3 4 Slide 16 .

Workshop – 4 Solution 1 2 Slide 17 .

we can get into ƒ Sub menus. Enquiries and Reports Slide 18 . Applications or versions.Navigating through Menu ƒ Clicking on the Menu.

5 ƒ Log in to T24forMCB Model Bank ƒ Navigate through the sub menus and applications ƒ Use Administrator Menu > Operators Menu > Create User Slide 19 .Workshop .

Workshop – 5 Solution 1 2 3 4 Slide 20 .

Accessing / Creating a record ƒ Accessing a record in an Application with functions from browser buttons Opens a record in input function for new or amendment of a record Opens a record in see function Opens a record with authorise. delete.verify function Slide 21 . reverse .

Inputting records in Browser COMMIT the record to update the data base VALIDATE to check for Errors Put the record on HOLD Slide 22 .

Inputting records in Browser DELETE the record AUTHORISE the record REVERSE the record VERIFY the record Slide 23 .

Inputting records in Browser RETURN to application screen Online Help Slide 24 .

Inputting records in Browser Drop down box CONTEXT enquiry Calendar Pop up MANDATORY field Slide 25 .

Inputting records in Browser Radio buttons Frequency Pop up Slide 26 .

MESSAGES ƒ Error Messages ƒ Displayed when committed/validated ƒ Field names and error text displayed ƒ Record cannot be committed without rectification ƒ Clicking on the message takes you to the respective field to correct the input Slide 27 .Deal menu Options .

MESSAGES ƒ Overrides Messages ƒ Warning messages ƒ Highlighted when record is committed ƒ Can go further. only if overrides are duly accepted ƒ Details of overrides and who approved stored in Audit trail Slide 28 .Deal menu Options .

Copying Records 1 2 3 Slide 29 .

Pasting Data Fields needing Unique values are left blank After filling them record can be committed Slide 30 .

6 ƒ Access USER application ƒ Pick out any existing record ƒ Copy and Paste this record to your name ƒ Fill up the relevant fields that have not been copied ƒ Commit this record Slide 31 .Workshop .

Workshop – 6 Solution 1 4 2 3 5 Slide 32 .

Workshop – 6 Solution 1 2 3 4 Slide 33 .

Deal menu Options . Unauthorised and History Files Slide 34 .LIST and SEARCH ƒ Two options that can be used to search files ƒ LIST to list everything ƒ FIND to list as per selection ƒ ƒ Selection operands for FIND option are ƒ Equals Not equal to ƒ Greater than Greater than or equals ƒ Less than Less than or equals ƒ Between Not Between ƒ Contains Not Containing ƒ Begins with Ends with ƒ Does not begin with Does not end with ƒ Matches Both options search on Live.

Listing Live records Slide 35 .

Selecting History record 1 4 2 3 Slide 36 .

Enquiries ƒ Enquiry presents select information on line in pre defined form ƒ List accounts and loans of a Customer with outstanding balance ƒ Enquiries are available under Menus 2 1 Slide 37 .

Enquiries 3 4 Slide 38 .

Enquiries ƒ Enquiry presents select information on line in a predetermined form ƒ Context sensitive enquiries available for the application Slide 39 .

Buttons Refresh Toggle timer Print Default list of respective application Selection Screen First page Last page Previous page Next page Specified page Slide 40 .Enquiries .

Saving output in other formats ƒ The Search / Enquiries result can be opened or saved as ƒ CSV Output will be saved as Microsoft Excel Comma Separated File in any opted location ƒ HTML Output will be saved as “.html” file in any opted location ƒ XML Output will be saved as “XML” file in any opted location Slide 41 .

Opening/ Saving as CSV 1 2 4 3 Slide 42 .

Opening / Saving as HTML Slide 43 .

Opening / Saving as XML Slide 44 .

Date and time of the last action on the record. RNAU.Record status and Audit Log ƒ Records. INAO. Who Authorised the record Slide 45 . other than live. Who Input the record. INAU. INA2. HNAU ƒ Audit Log is an important part of any record and exhibits important information towards the end of the record ƒ The Current Number. exhibit their status towards the end of the record ƒ IHLD. REVE.

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