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Figure  7-14.—Sample  message  diary
Personnelman 3 & 2 - Military manual for government personnel administration
Chapter VII Counselling Service Members
It must not be used for message traffic other than DMRS unless  specifically  authorized  by  EPMAC. SUBJECT LINE An example of the subject line that must be used in DMRS  messages  is  as  follows: SUBMESSAGE  DIARY  FOR  UIC  12345// The UIC in the subject line is the UIC of the activity that has personnel accounting and pay responsibility for its own and/or other activities. You should not enter any other information in the subject line. Information that is not required will cause the message to be rejected during  computer  processing.  As  a  result,  the transaction will not appear in section 9 of the EDVR. SEQUENCE TAC LINE For proper accountability of all DMRS messages submitted to EPMAC, each DMRS message must be assigned a sequence number. The sequence number is a two-digit number that identifies the sequence number of  the  DMRS  message  being  transmitted.  A  sequence (SEQ) TAC (first transaction in each DMRS message) will be used to identify the sequence number of each DMRS message transmitted to EPMAC as follows: FORMAT TAC, SEQ NUMBER, PPSUIC/ SAMPLE:  SEQ,  01,  12345/ The number cycle is from 01 to 99. After using sequence number 99, you should begin a new cycle starting with 01 and ending with 99. You should not begin with 01 at the beginning of a new calendar year unless sequence number 99 is the last one used. 7-21 The information you have just read is only a brief description of diary message preparation. For detailed information,   refer   to   the   DMRSMAN.   The DMRSMAN  will  show  you  exactly  how  to  type  the many  different  types  of  transactions. SUMMARY In this chapter, you read about the EDVR and how it  is  distributed  by  EPMAC,  New  Orleans,  Louisiana. You read about how the EDVR is organized and you learned about the type of information contained in its 12 sections. You read about the importance of making sure the EDVR is maintained accurately and how the EDVR, when maintained correctly, is used as a good management  tool. You  also  read  about  the  ODCR  and  how  it  is distributed by BUPERS. In both the EDVR and the ODCR, you read about the importance of the timely submission  of  accurate  data. You also read about the DMRS. You learned about the importance of safeguarding information used for diary  submission  and  why  you  should  always  use  the DMRSMAN  for  official  guidance.  You  read  about  the submission  of  DMRS  messages  and  the  availability  of the PCDMRS. You also read about the use of TACs and what actions you should take in case of loss of SDS event  reporting  capability. In this chapter, you also read a brief discussion of diary message preparation in which the proper message diary  address,  subject  line,  and  components  of  the  TAC line of a message diary were identified. Throughout this chapter, you were advised to use the DMRSMAN for official guidance on any DMRS tasks you may be assigned to perform.

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