A Document Processing Number (DPN) is a computer assigned control number that is incremented each time a PIMS transaction is processed. An employee who occupies more than one position will have a separate PIMS record (roster) for each position. Each PIMS transaction may have different document processing numbers.
DOCUMENT PROCESSING NUMBER INVALID.
Discontinue processing. Verify employment history to find out why the DPN does not match. This is particularly important when your current transaction causes an out-of-sequence condition.
will increment when the
SCO processes mass updates and database record clean-up. DPN will also increment on active positions when an
A54C transaction is processed.
may increment when a transaction is processed against an additional position.
Print DPN (9999) below sequence number on
PIMS transactions in out-of-sequence package.
PIMS transaction is used to document an out-of-sequence transaction, the second DPN (9999) is also entered on the next
PIMS transaction in the sequence.
Last Updated: November 1, 2002