Saturday, February 4, 2017

Message Authorisation

Verified SWIFT messages

Verified SWIFT messages, SWIFT MT 999 messages, and system messages are held in the Message Authorisation queue (_MP_authorisation) and must be authorised using the Message Approval application.
Note
Authorisation in the Message Approval application must not be confused with authentication of FIN messages with SWIFTNet Public Key Infrastructure, or the authorisation of messages using the Relationship Management service. For information about authentication and authorisations of messages in SWIFTNet Public Key Infrastructure, see the Relationship Management Application User Guide.

After a Cold Start

Messages that have to be reauthorised after a cold start are held in the _MP_recovery queue, available from Recovery in the View menu.

Authorisation checks

During authorisation, you visually check a message before releasing it to the appropriate input network queue. The purpose of authorisation is to ensure that the message has been prepared correctly, and that the content of all fields is correct.
If you are acting as an authoriser of messages, then you can:
  • Authorise an individual message by selecting it, displaying and checking its contents, then disposing or routing it
  • Authorise multiple messages by selecting them, displaying and checking their contents, then disposing or routing them
  • Authorise a group of messages without displaying their contents.
    To authorise messages you must have the necessary entitlements and permissions. Usually, you are not allowed to authorise messages that you created or verified.
Although all SWIFT messages in the authorisation queue are syntactically valid, you may still find data entry errors, such as incorrect account numbers or correspondent addresses that are not valid. If you do not want to authorise a message because of an error, then move it to the Text Modification queue.

MX and FileAct instances

When MX or FileAct message instances are present in the queues related to message preparation, they do not appear in the Message Creation, Message Approval, or Message Modification applications.


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