G/I IDW Posting
This option is used to post the submitted certificates, official certificates, and weight certificates to the GIPSA IDW Server based upon the Ending Inspection Date specified below. This should normally be run once a day after all your certificates have been printed. When this posting option is completed, the computer will mark all certificates that were posted.
After selecting this option from the menu, the computer will display the G/I Post Certificates to IDW screen as follows:
Enter the information on this screen as follows:
Enter the IDW File Path and IDW File Name of where you want this information saved. (This will be defaulted from the computer, you should accept the defaults.)
Enter the Ending Inspection Date that you wish to be posted.
Click the OS - Submitted Sample, OL - Official Sample-Lot Inspection, EX - Official Export Inspection, QI - Commodity Inspection, SE - Official Stowage Examination, X - Ofcl Grain Wgt (US Class X Weights) and BW - Bulkweighing checkboxes of the certificates that you wish to send to IDW. Normally these should all be checked, only uncheck them if you don't want a particular type of certificate to post right now.
Click the Automatically send file to GIPSA? checkbox if you want the system to automatically send these to the GIPSA site after creating the file. Normally this should be checked.
You may click the Select All button to select all available options given above.
You may click the Select None button to unselect all available options given above.
Review the data you have entered on the screen. If you wish to ACCEPT this data, click on the Accept icon on the Toolbar, pick the Accept option from the File Menu, or press [Ctrl][A]. If you do NOT wish to post this information, click on the Cancel icon on the toolbar, pick the Cancel option from the File Menu, or press [Ctrl][L].
After accepting the information, the posting process will begin and a message will be displayed indicating the progress of the posting. When the posting process is finished, the program is unloaded.