Affiliation Code

membership number

In this section, you will learn how to check the details of the partner program. Check all affiliation codes defined for an institution in a tree view and interactive format. Determines which affiliation codes are displayed in which value lists (LOV). If, for example, you set an affiliation code at account level, the affiliation code appears in the LOV for affiliation field on the Account Overview screen. The affiliation code is assigned to the recipients.

Which is a member code?

A membership code is the code /urel / links that folks would have to click so that when they go to the site and make a buy, you get the small (or big!) commission! What do you think of the code /urel / links? One example would be a company that sells for example teethbrushes that have a partner program.

When you would log in as an affilate, you would get a Link YOU would be marketing to folks, and once folks buy through this (or if it is a code), it will transfer them to the website, and if they buy, you will get a piece of cash.

One good example is Amazon' affiliate, where when your links lead users to Amazon, you are saved in Amazon's cookie for a certain period of timeframe (24-48 hours), and when they make a buy of EVERYTHING on Amazon (it doesn't have to be the item you sent them), you also get a referral fee!

Displaying affiliation code

In this section, you will learn how to check the partner program detail. Call up the page with the affiliation codes (). The example below shows the boxes and checks on the affiliation codes page. See below for field and control definition. In the above example, a single-level membership structure is created with recruiter.

Branching symbols indicate that the hierachy has kids; these kids have sheet symbols. If you choose a membership code sheet or fork at any point in the list, the system extends the list and pops up a dialog box containing further code information.

Create and manage affiliation code

The TA allows you to trace these donations at accounts and transactions level. These distinctions allow your organisation to get a contribution credited to the right area of your organisation (see "Membership" for more information on how to make connections). Display the affiliation of an individual bank on the Bank Overview page.

Alternatively, you can hit the[F10] button in the Membership box on the Giving Detail Screen to see the membership at bank accounts stage at the moment of a payment being made. While configuring, you generate your organization's membership code on the Membership Code Entry screen, where you can specify whether membership is available at either bank accounts ("Account Level"), transactions ("Transaction Level"), or both ("Both").

These settings determine which affiliation code is displayed in which value list (LOV). If, for example, you set an affiliation code at account level, the affiliation code appears in the Affiliation code box on the Account Overview page. When set to "Transaction Level", it will ensure that the affiliation code is displayed in the Affiliation code box in the Pictures such as Initiative Input, Effort Input, Source Code Input, Event Input, Affiliation Code Input, and Batch Detail Input for the affiliation on the pictures.

If you set it to "Both", it will ensure that the affiliation code is displayed in all of the above MOVs. The following boxes appear when you enter the membership code screen: Belonging code that you chose or generated. Deactivated and greyed out. This is the state of the membership code. If you need to change this box, you can use the[ F9 ] button to view a listing of readings (see "Code Configuration Overview" for more information on code status).

It is a free text box that defines the reason for the membership code. Your entry will appear in the Membership code value dropdown box. This is the name of the categorie for the membership in this box. If you need to change this box, you can use the [ F9 ] button to display a value listing.

For this affiliation, the chosen layer defines which value lists show the affiliation code (e.g. "Account layer", "Transaction layer", "Both"). If you need to change this box, you can use the [ F9 ] button to choose from a drop-down menu. Specify any interests you want this affiliation code to associate with the accounts it assigns in the appropriate boxes.

Use the [ F9 ] button to choose from a drop-down menu. Memberships may have linked their own bank details (e.g. name, adress, phone number, email address) to them. In this box, you can type the short name of the associated bankroll. Use the [ F9 ] button to choose from a drop-down menu.

Your organisation may not want to associate membership with an existing membership but you can skip this one.

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