Distributing Refunds to ePayment Accounts



  1. Begin by navigating to the ePayment Refunds page.


    Click the Student Financials link.

    Step 1
  2. Click the Refunds link.

    Step 2
  3. Click the Process ePayment Refunds link.

    Step 3
  4. You can run this process by searching for an existing Run Control ID or you can add a new value. Creating a Run Control ID that is relevant to the process may help you remember it for future use.


    Click the Add a New Value tab.

    Step 4
  5. A Run Control ID is an identifier that, when paired with your User ID, uniquely identifies the process you are running. The Run Control ID defines parameters that are used when a process is run. This ensures that when a process runs in the background, the system does not prompt you for additional values.


    Enter the desired information into the Run Control ID field. Enter

     a valid value

    Step 5
  6. Click the Add button.

    Step 6
  7. Use the ePayment Refunds page to enter the request parameters. These parameters will be used to define the processing rules and data to be included when the process is run.

    Step 7
  8. The system assigns an ePayment Batch ID after the process is complete.

    Step 8
  9. Click the Refund Run Format list.

    Step 9
  10. In this case, you want to run the refund process for web credit card transactions only.


    Click the Credit Card list item.

    Step 10
  11. At this point, you would continue to run the ePayment Refunds process just as you would any other PeopleSoft Enterprise Process Scheduler process.


    Refer to the Running Reports module for examples of running a process.

    Step 11
  12. The ePayment Refunds (SFPCCBAT) process logs any refunded web credit card payments for a given business unit and generates the credits that you send to your third-party credit card processing vendor.


    Run this process prior to running the Credit Card Processing (SF_CRCRD) process.

    Step 12

You have successfully run the process to distribute refunds to ePayment accounts.

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