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Cycle of eRecon

eRecon follows of cycle which allows it to pick up data from the unit's FMIS, allow tranactions to happen, journalize those transactions and then allow those journalized transactions to be pushed back into units' FMIS. This process allows the unit to use the journalized entries into their FMIS and then prepare their account current.
The cycle starts with picking up transfer division and transfer railways from the cash book and getting uploaded to the eRecon. The TCs are then generated and approved by supervisor. These then leave the originating railways and reach inboxes of respective recieving units. The units based on records and attachments and transactions take action on them. These transactions are either accepted, rejected or sent to referee. When the transactions are accepted, depending upon voucher type (cash or adjustment) the JV making is available in the clerk's ID of the originating unit. For cash voucher type, the originating units do not make a JV but they do for adjustments.
Once the JVs are made and approved at necessary levels, they are available for Download to FMS. These are available for both Outward and Inward. These two type are available because, for adjustment JVs are made at both - orginating and recieving. And JVs are to be made for all inward transactions. This data can be downloaded and pushed on local FMIS for accounting purposes.
So, form taking data from cash book from local FMIS to pushing data to local FMIS, eRecon offers a way to transact and then allow those transactions to be accounted for; this completing the cycle.