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How to get control data of multiple runs within a given cycle.

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    Ryan Klaproth

    You can use a Scan Control Point with a Variable Cycle Range of X to Y (where X is the oldest run you want to capture and Y is the earliest run you want to capture).

    For more information, see this article: https://support.infogix.com/hc/en-us/articles/360046312834

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    Adam Walker

    I have a detail control that is collecting transaction information along with amount and a count field that runs multiple times a day.  I want to sum up all of the runs within the given cycle in another control and compare against another file to make sure that the amounts and counts match.  I am unable to do this with the scan that you recommended.

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    Ryan Klaproth

    If that's the case, then you'll need to capture Control Data through a Multiple Capture Control Point and then validate between that data and your file's data in the Validate Tab. Here's an article that has a brief outline on the process: https://support.infogix.com/hc/en-us/articles/360046386134

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    JL Macatula

    Hi Ryan,  I was following this forum question and tried it out. Maybe I'm just setting it up incorrectly, but I'm not getting the results that I was expecting to see.

    I have a CE, similar to Adam's, that contains 3 records, all using same cycle but diff runs. And everytime I run the CP that uses the "computed" setting, it is not summing up all the amounts from all the 3 runs under the same cycle.   

     

    Here is a sample. I want to sum all of the amounts. Is this possible?  

    20201001     run# 1   $700.00
    20201001     run# 2   $100.00 
    20201001     run# 3   $250.00  

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