Friday, February 3, 2017

Business Relationships and Authorisation Details


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The Relationship Management application provides a function for approving the actions of other users, to apply the 4-eyes principle to relationship management. 

Business relationship records

Alliance Entry stores information about business relationships and authorisations in records in the RMA data store.
A business relationship is defined for a unique combination of the following:
  • Own BIC (your BIC)
  • Correspondent BIC (your correspondent's BIC)
  • Service (for example, swift.fin)
You can view the details of the authorisations in a business relationship in the Authorisations window. You can find information about the business relationship parameters on the main window, and detailed information about authorisations in the tabs. For instructions on opening the Authorisations window,
For information about the removal of authorisation records, 

Main part of the Authorisations window

The main part of the Authorisations window displays the following fields:
Field or tab
Description
Service
This field displays the service for which the business relationship is defined.
Own BIC
This field displays the licensed BIC8 of your institution that is covered by the authorisation.
Signing BIC for T&T
This field displays the BIC8 that is the destination of a Test and Training (T&T) Own BIC. This field shows the same value as the Requestor DN and the queue for exchanging authorisations.
This field is available only for the swift.fin!p Test and Training service.
Correspondent BIC
This field displays the BIC8 of a correspondent with which the Own BIC has a business relationship.
If the authorisation is not for the Test and Training service, and if the BIC and Bank file is already installed, then the first 35 characters of the Correspondent's BIC expansion appear beside the BIC.
Correspondent Signing BIC for T&T
This field displays the BIC8 that is the licensed destination of a Correspondent Test and Training BIC. This field shows the same value as your correspondent's Requestor DN and the queue for exchanging authorisations.
If the Correspondent BIC is one of your own licensed Test and Training BICs, then the Signing BIC for Test and Training is also used as the Correspondent Signing BIC for Test and Training.
This field is available only for the swift.fin!p Test and Training service.
Authorisation to Receive - Status
This field displays the status of the Authorisation to Receive, if any.
The status is the external status, preparation status, or a combination status. 
Authorisation to Send - Status
This field displays the status of the Authorisation to Send, if any.
The status is the external status, preparation status, or a combination status. 
Transmission Status
This field displays the network status of the last underlying RMA InterAct message that Alliance Entry sent for a given authorisation to receive.

There are comments
or
There are no comments
When a user has inserted a comment about an authorisation, the field label shows: There are comments.
Click Open comments window to view, add, or edit comments. 

Tabs in the Authorisations window

The Authorisations window displays the details of each type of authorisation, and its validity period, if any, in the following tabs:
  • Authorisation to Receive - the authorisation which you create to permit a correspondent to send you messages.
  • Authorisation to Send - the authorisation that your correspondent creates to permit you to send messages to it.
Each authorisation tab displays two versions of an authorisation side-by-side, which enables you to validate the differences between the new version and the active version, as follows:
  • Current Authorisation - the active authorisation, that is, the one that the RMA service is using currently for verifying authorisations
  • New Authorisation - the details of a new authorisation, or the changes to an active authorisation
The type of authorisation and its status determine the specific details that are displayed in the Current Authorisation and New Authorisation pane.

Details in the Current and New Authorisation panes

For Authorisations to Receive, the panes provide the following information:
Behaviour of the panes for Authorisations to Receive
Label
Behaviour for Authorisation to Receive
Current Authorisation
This pane displays the active authorisation.
If you have not created an Authorisation to Receive for your Correspondent, or if the authorisation is being prepared, then it shows:
There is no authorisation that allows your correspondent to send traffic to you.
New Authorisation
This pane provides a workspace for creating an authorisation, or for modifying the existing one.
If the BIC does not support granularity, then you can only modify the validity period of the authorisation.
For granular authorisations, this pane does not show the message or request types that are no longer supported in the relevant service.
For Authorisations to Send, the panes provide the following information:
Behaviour of the panes for Authorisations to Send
Label
Behaviour for Authorisation to Send
Current Authorisation
If you have accepted the authorisation, then this pane displays the authorisation in granular details.
If your correspondent has not created an Authorisation for you, or if you have not yet accepted the authorisation, then it shows:
There is no authorisation that allows you to send traffic to your correspondent.
New Authorisation
This pane displays the granular details of a new authorisation that was created by your correspondent, and which is pending acceptance or rejection.
You cannot edit details in this window.

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