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How to Find a Fleet Card Number

1. Look up receipt - MWS

If the customer used a fleet card, the full card number can sometimes be found in the receipt.

On the MWS, run an ejrl50 for the desired dates to locate the receipt.

cd /usr/fiscal/data/storexxxx/

storexxxx means store(followed by the four digit store number) ie. store0001

ejrl50 xxxx* -s -c -o

this will output the e-journal information into a file called ejrl50.txt

i.e. ejrl50 07* -s -c -o

this will list all resets for the month of July and output the receipts to the ejrl50.txt file

i.e. ejrl50 0727* 0728* 0729* -s -c -o

this will list all resets for 7/27, 7/28, and 7/29 and output the file to the ejrl50.txt file.

Once the ejrl50 command has been ran, read the file and search for the receipt number

vi ejrl50.txt read the text file created from the last ejrl50 command

/###### search for the receipt number in the ejrl50.txt

The full card number will be located on the row ending in TFT CARD #.

2. Look in the Ftrans.dat

2. Look in the Ftrans.dat

If the card type is a fleet card such as Comdata, EFS, Tcheck, Fleet One, TA Access, etc.  the full card number can usually be found in the ftrans.dat.

cd /home/ccl/ccl navigate to correct directory

vi ftrans.dat    read the ftrans.dat file

/xxx-xx-xx xx:xx    search for the date and time in the listed format

The ftans.dat information is separated by two spaces between each character.

Card Numbers in the ftrans.dat are usually followed by an equals sign.

If the date goes farther back than listed in the ftrans.dat…

cd /home/ccl/ccl navigate to correct directory

vi ftrans.dat.old read the ftrans.dat.old file

/xxx-xx-xx xx:xx    search for the date and time in the listed format

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