Eagle Exceptions Processing for Accounting Operations

Course Outline

Getting Started

  1. Congratulations, let's get you started!
  2. Before you get started
  3. Training collateral


  1. Instructor Introduction
  2. Course Objectives

Removing “Noise” Exceptions

  1. Using Processing Rules to Remove Noise Exceptions

Navigating to Automation Center and Displaying Assigned Securities’ Exceptions

  1. Navigating to Automation Center and Assigned Securities
  2. Searching for Assigned Exceptions

Resolving Security Exceptions

  1. Using Core Action Rules to Clear Exceptions
  2. Repairing a Debt Security’s 365-Day Accrual Limit Exception
  3. Reparing a Debt's 335 Accrual Problem Challenge

Locking, Assigning, and Repairing Missing SMF Data Exceptions

  1. Reprocessing a Trade Buy after Adding SMF Details via Message Center
  2. Locking and Assigning Exceptions

Resolving Exceptions not able to use Standard Content Action Rules

  1. Creating an Action Rule to Resolve a Cash Dividend Announcement Exception
  2. Creating an Action Rule to Resolve a Stock Split Announcement - Challenge

Additional Training

  1. Additional Information and Potential Onsite Training


  1. Assessment
  2. Milestone
  3. Documentation Links
  4. Survey

About the Course

Eagle's Exception Processing for Accounting Operations provides participants with the ability to efficiently monitor, organize, and resolve rejected events. 

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Navigate the Exceptions Processing Module
  • Query and filter exceptions using the Rules Editor
  • Describe failed message details generated by Message Center
  • Identify the steps required to repair exceptions
  • Repair and resubmit failed events using ‘Standard Content' Action Rules
  • Create Custom Rejection Rules and Action Rules
  • Assign exceptions to User Groups 

About the Instructors

Michael Sowsy

Michael Sowsy, Senior Training Consultant

Started at Eagle: 2008

Started in Industry: 1984

Areas of Expertise:

  • Accounting
  • Data Management