View the History of a T24 Version Record
Possible fixes for “Maximum T24 users already signed on” Error
Viewing the history of a T24 version record is a really good feature of Temenos T24 and Temenos Transact.How to use it? First of all, when you check a T24 record in See mode you can see the Curr No field that shows how many versions has this record. So if you need to view […]
Resetting T24 User after Getting TOO MANY ATTEMPTS Message
First of all, this should never happen in a Production environment. But in a Testing environment, it can. Let’s see how the tokens/sessions work in T24.Whenever a T24 user logs in, a unique token id will be created in the F.OS.TOKEN and F.OS.TOKEN.USE tables. When the user logs off, the system will remove the id […]
How to Check How many Sessions are Active in Temenos Transact (T24)?
It can happen often while testing T24 Transact that a user is getting locked because of some reasons. The system administrator will be required to re-enable the user’s profile when the user has forgotten his/her password, wishes to sign-on during a deactivated period, or when the user was locked out because there were too many […]
Get Temenos T24 Release Version in BrowserWeb
This can be important to check when you have a user limited license from Temenos. So when you see a screen like this You might want to check the active users. So let’s check how many users are active in the system. First log on as INPUTT user then type OS.TOKEN in the command line […]
Temenos T24 Menu Opens a Different Version than the Menu Shows?
If you do not have access to run tVersion on the server there is another way to find out what release you are using. Log in to BrowserWeb with a user that has inputter role. Type SPF in the command line. Type SYSTEM in the text box and click on the magnifier (View a contract) […]
Getting Company IDs from Temenos T24
Does the Temenos T24 menu open a different version than the menu shows? Yes, that could happen. Here is how you can check it.
Today I got a question how the COMPANY ID can be listed in R14. The solution was easy: ENQ %COMPANY Cheers,