isirCorrectionsSettings are the settings associated with the automated ISIR Corrections Batch processing. 


  • correctionsEnabled
    • This indicates whether or not the recurring ISIR Corrections Batch process will occur.
    • Default value is false
  • tdClientEnabled *This feature is not yet available, future enhancement
    • Will only occur if correctionsEnabled="true"
    • This indicates whether or not to send the ISIR Corrections received through to TD Client
    • Default value is false
  • correctionsFilePath
    • Will only matter if correctionsEnabled="true"
    • The file path where the ISIR Corrections Batch file will be dropped after processing
    • Ensure the file path is given the correct permissions
    • Example format: correctionsFilePath="C:\ISIRCorrections\CorrectionsToProcess" 
    • See comments in code above for further file path limitations
  • timeToRun
    • Will only occur if correctionsEnabled="true"
    • The daily time to run this process
    • The default timezone is UTC, if you need to convert your local time to UTC please use the link: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html
    • Example format: timeToRun="12:00PM" or timeToRun = "1:20AM"
  • fileName
    • The name of the file, not required, and if not specified the default will be AwardYearInteger_UniqueGUID.txt
    • Tokens are allowed within the custom fileName:
    • Available tokens:
      • {{AYLong}}
      • {{AYShort}}
      • {{AYStart}}
      • {{AYEnd}}
      • {{MM-dd-yyyy}}
      • {{MM-dd-yy}}
      • {{MM-dd-yyyy-HH-mm-ss}}
    • Ensure to encompass all tokens in {{}}
    • Example format: fileName="Test{{AYEnd}}_{{MM-dd-yyyy-HH-mm-ss}}", this would produce Test16_04-14-2016-10-55-56
  • fileExtension
    • The extension of the batched file
    • Only two options allowed: txt and dat
    • Default is txt
    • This field is optional
  • daysToRun
    • Indicates the days of the week the batch process will run
    • This is a required field
    • A comma separated list
    • Available options: SUN, MON, TUE, WED, THUR, FRI, SAT
    • For example: daysToRun="MON,TUE,WED,THUR,FRI"