Unfortunately, we don't have an example to provide. Similar to the Configuring PeopleSoft guide, we recommend creating a flat file that can be imported into your SIS. As StudentForms now handles all C-Code resolution and verification, we recommend changing your SIS's verification flag(s) to just one general verification requirement. Once the flat file is created and imported into your SIS, the student's verification flag should change from verified (105) to not verified (101 and 107), depending on the event notification that's passed over in the file.

Once your SIS is configured to consume the flat file, please move on to the next guide here: Flat File Testing .