HOW TO UNLOCK BANK CODES IN SAGE 100 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

A common error message in Sage 100 when trying to print checks is “Bank Code in use by another task”, this can be easy corrected by running the GLWSKA program. This error is usually caused if there is an interruption with the connection during check printing.

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Other variations of the error message are:

  • “Bank Code in use by another task”
  • “Bank Code is in use by another task”
  • “Check Printing in Process”
  • “Check Printing previously started”
  • “Manual Check Printing in progress”
  • “Other Check Printing in progress”
  • “Payroll Check Printing in progress”

Run the GLWSKA utility to clear the check printing flag for the specific bank code

  1. In Sage 100 or Sage 100c ERP go to File – Run
  2. Enter GLWSKA and click OK
  3. Select the Bank Code and click proceed.
  4. Click Yes
  5. Click Exit and proceed.

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