Solution for the SB closure error-"The account closure can proceed only if the balance is zero" in DOP Finacle
The error screen shot will be as shown in the below figure
- From the above screen shot it is clear that the system is showing the above error hence the account is not able to close in the system
Root cause of the above problem :-
- The above problem will occur when the counter PA closed the account then sometimes a system generated tran id will be generated with 'S' which will be in entered state which can be traced by using the menu HFTI.
- Invoke the menu HFTI and enter the account number and click on Go then the system will give the system generated tran id.
- For example in our case for the SB account number find the below screen shots to trace the tran id
- From the screen shot the tran id generated by the system is S6239593 as shown in the above screen shot.
- After tracing the tran id follow the below procedure
Solution for the above problem :-
- In the first step in the counter PA login use the menu HTM select the function as modify and post the tran id S6239593 .
- In the next step verify the SB closure in the supervisor login using the SB closure menu HCAAC.
- In order to view the total amount payable to the customer check in HACLI you will get both principle amount and CYI interest amount.
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The National Human Rights Commission on Tuesday issued a notice to Malkangiri District Collector in Odisha over recent deaths due to Japanese encephalitis in the area.
The NHRC has asked for a detailed report, within four weeks, including on what has been done to prevent the spread of the disease, from the District Collector and the Odisha Health and Family Welfare Secretary.
The NHRC took suo motu cognisance of media reports that many children had died of Japanese encephalitis as the disease spread through several villages of Malkangiri. The Hindu had reported in September that at least 15 children had died of Japanese encephalitis, which is carried by mosquitoes from pigs to humans.
Referring to the unhygienic conditions in which the disease thrives, the NHRC observed that the district authorities should improve sanitation and create awareness among villagers.
According to the Commission, if the news reports are true, they point towards the violation of the Right to Health and Life of residents. As per the NHRC, social workers and authorities in the district have apparently said that only solution would be to vaccinate children, ruling out the option of culling pigs.
Authorities have said that they can start the vaccination programme next year, which the NHRC said would be “too late.”