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Understanding the Settlements Payment Process

This section discusses the process for handling settlements within Treasury.

Settlements are cash flow transactions that the system transforms into payment instructions for different financial institutions. In Cash Management you can generate settlements from bank account transfers, electronic funds transfer (EFT) requests, and fee entries. You can also generate a settlement by entering a deal in Deal Management. The settlement process involves three steps: selection, approval (an optional step), and dispatch. You first select settlements that are to be processed as payments by using the Select Settlements page. Depending on system settings, certain selected settlements must be approved prior to being processed. You can establish one of three following settlement approval methods:

No approval required.

Manual settlement approval, performed by an authorized user (or users) by using the Settlement Approval page.

Automatic settlement approval, performed by PeopleSoft Workflow.

If the financial sanctions service is enabled and the bank that is being used to pay requires validation, the system automatically performs a search for the matches between the names and addresses entered on the settlement with those on the financial sanctions list. This functionality is enabled on the Financial Sanctions Options page by selecting the Enable in Treasury Settlements check box.

Next, the Financial Sanction Validation check box must be selected on the Bank Information page. Settlements transacted through these banks will initiate the financial sanctions comparison upon there selection.

Once the settlements are approved, they are either sent to Financial Gateway where they are dispatched to a financial institution using the Dispatch Payments page or obtained by the Pay Cycle Manager for processing. The system processes payments according to the pay method that is defined on the External Accounts – Payment Methods page. Depending on the payment method type, you can specify that the payment be settled through one of two methods: PeopleSoft Financial Gateway or the Payables Pay Cycle Manager. Within Financial Gateway, the dispatch process transforms these settlements into payment files, and submits them to the appropriate institution.

For payments that are set to be processed through Financial Gateway, you use the pages and functionality that is discussed in the Financial Gateway PeopleBook.

For payments that are set to be processed through Payables Pay Cycle Manager, you should refer to the Payables documentation about Processing Pay Cycles to process these types of payments.

Note: If deal approval is required, then related deal transactions do not appear for selection on the Select Settlements page until the deal is approved.


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GNOME Commander: A Two Panel Graphical File Browser and Manager for Linux

One of the most important action we perform as soon as we login to an Operating System till the time we logout, is interacting with File Manager even without noticing it.

What is a File Manager?

File Manager aka File Browser is an application program which perform the function of Creating, Opening, Renaming, Copying, Moving, Viewing, Printing, Editing, changing attributes, file permission, properties for files and folders. Many of the File Managers of today is enriched with a Forward and Backward Navigation options. The idea seems to be inherited from web browsers.

A File Manager if lags or don t function properly, System tends to freeze. There are several flavours of File Manager and each of them have certain features which puts them different than others. One such File Manager is The Gnome Commander .

Here in this article we will be throwing light on its features, how it is different, Installation, its usability, Area of Application, Future of the Project as well as testing it on native machine before reaching a conclusion.

What is Gnome Commander?

Gnome commander is a two panel graphical file manager designed originally for GNOME Desktop Environment released under GNU General Public License. The Gnome commander s GUI seems similar to Norton, Total Commander and Midnight Commander. The above application is developed in GTK-toolkit and GnomeVFS (Gnome Virtual File System).

Features of Gnome Commander

  1. Simple GTK+ and User Friendly End-User Interface with Mouse Integration.
  2. Select/De-Select files/folders and Drag Drop Supported.
  3. Verify MD5 and SHA-1 hashes.
  4. Send Files via email, Integrated.
  5. User Defined LS_COLORS to get customized colors in output.
  6. Gnome Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) type.
  7. Customizable User Defined context Menu for calling external application viz. viewer, scripts or editors for certain files/folders.
  8. Menu on Mouse Right Click to normal file operations which includes open, run, open with, rename, delete, setting properties, ownership, permissions to files and folders.
  9. Support for Mount/Un-Mount of external devices/HDD.
  10. Support for Tabs, folder bookmarks and various types of meta-data.
  11. Support for Plug-ins, to customize it as per users need.
  12. Immediate file viewing for text and images.
  13. Advance tool for file renaming, searching, symlinking and comparing folders.
  14. Highly custom, user defined keyboard hotkeys.
  15. Linux Command Line Integrated.
  16. Support for FTP using GnomeVFS ftp module and access to SAMBA.

Installation of GNOME Commander in Linux

Gnome commander can be downloaded from the link below in the form of TAR Ball (i.e. Gnome Commander 1.4.1 ) and then it needs to be build from there.

However, most of the standard Linux distributions of today contains Gnome Commander in repository. We just need to apt or yum the required packages.

How to use Gnome Commander

1. Launching Gnome Commander from Terminal (Command Line).

Starting Gnome Commander

2. Instant Viewing an image file, from the file browser.

Instant Viewing Image

3. Opening a TAR Ball package, very smooth in operation.

Extracting a Tarball

4. Opening a Configuration file.

Opening a Text File

5. Instant launch of Terminal, that is already embedded.

Open a Terminal

6. Bookmarking frequent/Important Folder.

7. Plug-ins Windows. Enable/Disable it from here.

8. Connect remotely. Option available on the User Interface.

9. Send a file via email, Feature included and available on user Interface.

Attach a File via Email

10. Keyboards shortcuts, to work smoothly and fast when file management is the sole concern.

11. Advanced Rename Tool – An important Feature.

12. Change the file Access permission in GUI window, even a newbie can understand.

Change File Permissions

13. Change ownership (chown) from GUI.

14. File Properties windows. Provides relevant properties Information.

15. Open as root, from the file Menu. Easy Implementation.

16. Search Box, customisable.

Usability and Area of Application

Gnome Commander is for advanced users whose work involves smart file management. This application is not for those users who want some kind of lucid eye candy in their left/top pane. The integration of this project with inbuilt Linux command Line, Makes it very powerful.

Future of the Project

The project is more than a decade old and is still in development stage suggests its maturity. There are a very few bugs and non of them are serious till the point of time, this article is being written.

Some of the area this project needs to see into is – support for encryption, support for other network protocols and a good support. Moreover adding some kind of eye candy in the browser window will definitely attracts new users.

Conclusion

The project seems very promising at this stage and gives a Geeky experience to End User be it advanced user or Normal User. This is a wonderful project and you must give it a try yourself. This application seems perfect (although Nothing can be perfect) in its working. The files operation during testing went smooth and nothing seems to lag/freeze.

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Report a Bug

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Once you’ve double-checked that the bug you’ve found hasn’t already been reported, and that you have collected all the information you need to file an excellent bug report, use the bug reporting page .

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Current Issue: Quarter 1 2017

Latest Video

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E-commerce fulfillment company Dotcom Distribution uses a mobile work execution system, including voice-directed mobile applications on smartphones. It allows Dotcom to process a large number of orders for many different clients at the same time.

As Supply Chain Quarterly enters its second decade, we will continue to provide readers with fresh thinking about supply chain strategy in an in-depth yet accessible form.

Sustainable procurement now has management’s attention. But a recent study finds that executives may not be willing to commit the human and financial resources needed for such programs to succeed.

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The American Trucking Associations, which produces the figures, blames the drop on a decline in housing starts.

CSCMP and Truckstop.com collaborate on supply chain paper contest
The first-place winner of the annual Call for Papers for Young Professionals will receive a complimentary registration to the CSCMP EDGE conference.

In their own words: Members tell why CSCMP is important to them
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CSCMP EDGE conference announces its lineup of keynote speakers
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VA Job Applications and Forms

Application instructions specific to each job posting can be found at the end of the announcement. Some positions require you to apply online, while others require that you submit a paper application directly to each VA facility where you desire employment.

VA has several different application forms based on your occupation type. Look in the table below to find the correct application for your occupation, as well as additional required forms.

Responding to a Job Announcement

Be sure to follow the application instructions given in the job announcement. They are your primary guide for responding to a posted opening. Here are additional reminders for submitting an application:

  1. Please send your signed, completed application and any other required forms to the Organization Contact at the Organization Address, both of which are listed at the end of the job announcement.
  2. Write the Announcement Number, also listed at the end of the job announcement, on your application.
  3. Keep a copy of the entire application package for your records.

The documents below are in PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them. Acrobat Reader software can be downloaded for free .

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Configuring DHCP and WDS

During a WDS client s boot process, the normal DHCP traffic occurs. The client broadcasts for an IP address to port UDP 67. Traditionally, only DHCP listened on port UDP 67, but now WDS also listens on port UDP 67 (more on this in a second). When the DHCP server hears the request, it makes an offer. The offer contains an IP address, subnet mask, and any DHCP options you might have set. The client then requests that the DHCP server assign the offerred IP address to the client s MAC address. Lastly, an acknowledgment is broadcast by the DHCP server that for the next eight days (if you keep the defaults) the offerred IP address is assigned to the client. But wait it s not done and this is where it gets interesting from a WDS perspective. The client sends out that first broadcast packet again (technically it s called a discover packet). The DHCP server responds with another offer, but this offer is used to find the WDS server. So what happens when you have WDS and DHCP running on the same server? They can t both listen on port UDP 67 right? Let s look at the three different scenarios for configuring DHCP to help clients find the WDS server.

Scenario 1: WDS and DHCP are running on different servers but on the same subnet so broadcasts are not a problem: As long as the client deploying an image from the WDS server and the WDS server are on the same subnet and different servers, everything works fine with no DHCP options configured.

Scenario 2: WDS and DHCP running on different servers that are on different subnets (broadcasting would be problematic because most enviornments don t allow broadcast traffic to cross subnets: for the WDS client to find the WDS server you ll need to configure two DHCP options option 66 and option 67. Option 66 is the Boot Server Host Name. In the string value of this option type the name or IP address of the WDS server (I like IP address no name resolution issues.) Option 67 is the Bootfile Name, and the string value should contain the name of the file you want your clients to boot. For 32-bit clients use boot\x86\pxeboot.com, and for 64-bit clients use boot\x64\pxeboot.com.

Scenario 3: WDS and DHCP are installed on the same server: You must tell WDS not to listen on port UDP 67, leaving it available for DHCP traffic only. But then how does the client find the WDS server? You set option 60 in DHCP.

If you install WDS on a server that s already running DHCP, during the configuration of WDS the DHCP Option 60 page will appear, and you can select both Do not listen on port 67 and Configure DHCP option 60 to PXEClient . If you install DHCP on a machine that already has WDS installed, you must manually enable option 60 in DHCP.

Configuring DHCP Options

You set DHCP options in the DHCP snap-in found in Server Manager. Expand IPV4, and then if you want to set a Server option, right-click Server Options and choose Configure Options. For a Scope option, expand your scope, right-click Scope Options and choose Configure Options. On the General tab, select the 060 PXEClient check box. For options 66 and 67, scroll down to find 066 Boot Server Host Name. When you select this check box, the String value field in the Data entry box opens. Type in either the IP address or the name of your WDS server. Option 67 is similar to option 66; if you select the 067 Bootfile Name check box, the String value field in the Data entry box opens. Type the name of the file you want your clients to boot. I found these file names in the WDS snap-in/properties of the WDS server/Boot tab. Be sure to get the entire path: boot\x86\pxeboot.com for 32-bit clients and boot\x64\pxeboot.com for 64 bit clients.

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The gym industry: it’s in our blood

Features

Low, fixed monthly fee. No set-up fees.
No hidden costs.

With ClubManager you can get started straight-away with no set-up fees, including training and importing your existing member data. The low monthly fee is fixed meaning that your costs won’t suddenly go up when you start gaining new members, add new staff or use new computers / devices. There’s definitely no need to buy any hardware.
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Use anywhere on any device at any time

Free support and always new

Effortlessly easy to use

ClubManager has been designed by a club owner around how a business actually works, not how a software development company thinks you should work. This makes ClubManager easy to use by people of all skill-levels.
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Full class / room booking and scheduling

Using the Bookings Module and Smartphone app means that managing classes has never been easier. Our customers love the fact that their members can use their smartphones or front-of-house kiosk to book themselves into classes.
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Branded to you

Your new ClubManager account is personalized to the look and feel of your business. All communication includes your name and look and feel and your account is branded to you meaning your customer has a seamless experience.
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Full entry validation / access control

Monitor attendance, increase retention, calculate peak usage and reduce loss of revenue.
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Full marketing suite

Powerful SMS, Email Marketing and Mobile Push notification at the touch of a button along with full mail-merge for letters and forms throughout.
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Power at your fingertips

With ClubManager you have a full suite KPIs so you know exactly how your business is performing, right up-to-the minute. With a full range of retention and marketing tools
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Full point-of-sale solution, either directly on-screen (as part of ClubManager) or on hardware tills. Link purchases with specific members to begin profiling your members’ likes and therefore boosting your profits
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Production Manager Job Profile and Description

Production manager is an individual who plans, coordinates, organizes, and controls production in an organization. A production manager’s main responsibilities are to ensure the efficient production of goods and services and are of right quantity, quality, and cost. In addition to this, it is the manager’s responsibility to produce goods on time and at right price to meet the demands of the customer. The duties and responsibilities of the job vary depending on the kind of production system, like jobbing production, process production, batch production, or mass production.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Planning and scheduling production activities and supervising the production process.
  • Ensuring the effective management of production lines of an organization.
  • Making sure the good quality production of products on time.
  • Ensuring maintenance of cost effective and high-standard production.
  • Estimating production costs and determining the high quality standards.
  • Monitoring the production practices and setting the schedules as required.
  • Working out the material and human resources as needed.
  • Taking decision regarding the operating unit’s layout, size and range of service or product to deliver and design and arrangement of work processes.
  • Selecting and maintaining equipments, supervising product standards and enforcing quality-control programs.
  • Working with managers effectively to execute the policies and goals of the organization.
  • Keeping abreast of health and safety strategies.
  • Liaising with different departments such as suppliers, managers and so on to prevent any probable delay.
  • Supervising and inspiring team of workers and reviewing the work performance of subordinates.

Skills and Specifications

  • Ability to behave decisively.
  • Ability to grasp complex concepts easily.
  • Pay attention to minute detail.
  • Excellent planning, negotiating, and organizing skills.
  • Great physical health.
  • Ability to motivate co-workers, colleagues and others.
  • Patient and self-confidence.
  • Ability to operate in a systematic and logical manner.
  • Good judgment.

Education and Qualification

  • Degree in mechanical engineering, materials technology, food science, business management, chemistry, logistics, industrial engineering, or process engineering.

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Business Operations Manager Salary

Business Operations Manager: Salary Details

Operations managers have one of the highest-paying occupations in the U.S. according to the BLS. These professionals earned a median of $97,730 in 2015, with the highest-paid 10 percent earning more than $187,200 per year and the lowest-paid earning less than $44,190. The best-paying jobs are in the Northeast, particularly in
Newark, New Jersey; Bridgeport, Connecticut; and New York City.

75th Percentile. $152,270

25th Percentile. $64,750

Salary Outlook

Average Business Operations Manager Pay vs. Other Best Jobs

With an average salary of $119,460 per year, business operations managers are among the best-paid professionals on our list. Still, they make less than financial managers ($134,330) and marketing managers ($140,660). They do, however, earn more than operations research analysts ($84,180), accountants ($75,280) and management analysts ($91,770).

Best Paying Cities for Business Operations Managers

The highest paid in the business operations manager profession work in the metropolitan areas of San Rafael, California, California, Maryland, and New York City. The San Jose, California area also pays well, as does the city of San Francisco.

Top 5 Best Paying Cities for Business Operations Managers