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V September 27th, 2003                                                         Select Information Systems, Inc                                                                                                                             856-224-0165 [email protected]




SelectQu Startup ……………………………………………………..3


Communication Setup/Login Setup..………………………………..    5


General Setup ……………………………………………………….7


Merging Answer Files (R&R)…….…………………………………..8


Data Encryption ..…………………………………………………….9


Auto Starting another program ..……………………………………..    9


Status screens ……………………………………………………….10


Internet FTP/Email Setup …….…………………………………..…        11


Automated download via Timers ..………………………………….    13


Excel Configuration …………………………………………………  14


Database Configuration ……………………………………………..         16


Terminal Screen …………………………………………………….    17


Download Data Map Transfer Setups……………………………….      19


Converting a English Statement to a Download Map Setup ……..….  21


Download Data Map Transfer Setup for Pick File Transfer……..….     22


Download Data Map (Old R&R Setups)   …………………………..    28


Data Map Transfer Setup for Getting Financial Statements………...    29


Doing Manual Downloads……………………………….. ………… 30


Doing Automated Downloads…………………………. ……………        31


Startup Parameters for SelectQu ……………………………………..32


Common SelectQu terms and file naming ………………………….. 33


  1. SelectQu Startup.


                    SelectQu can be started in different modes, according to the way you start it.

                    SelectQu uses something called parameters.  These parameters are normally

                    located in the Windows short-cut you used to start the program.  These

                    parameters are discussed further at the end of this manual.  The three main

                    ways to start SelectQu are:


a.     No parameter in the short-cut target line, which starts SelectQu in the

     mode of checking for download/uploads.


     Short-Cut Target Line:          C:\Selectqu\selectqu.exe


b.     A parameter of:  Terminal or T,   which starts SelectQu in Terminal mode,

     so you can access your DMS like the other programs you are use to.


     Short-Cut Target Line:          C:\Selectqu\selectqu.exe Terminal


c.      A setup parameter.  In order to access setup you need a password.  There

two different levels of passwords.


One gives you access to the main setups and the other is for changing the

Data Transfer Maps.  The password for the main setups is:  nomad


Short-Cut Target Line:           C:\Selectqu\selectqu.exe nomad


The other password for the maps is:  nnybor


                         Short-Cut Target Line:          C:\Selectqu\selectqu.exe nnybor


                    After SelectQu starts, it will either be open on your screen (Setup mode)

                    or minimize to the task bar at the bottom or in the System tray (bottom right)

          if the Setup – General tab check box is checked to do so.


                    The first time SelectQu starts it will require you to enter a Registration code.

1.     You must call our office and give us the code in red letters..

2.     We will give you the Registration code.

3.     If it works it will tell you the SelectQu will tell you so.















          Main SelectQu Screen:

























            Menu Choices:




                            Enabled Checking        Enable SelectQu to check for possible data transfers every 5 seconds. Enable

                                                            Checking is chosen by default in most cases when SelectQu is started.

                            Disable Checking         This menu option will disable checking for data transfers.

                            Activate Interface       This will cause SelectQu to connect to a DMS system and check for data

                                                            transfers.  This is chosen automatically when a transfer is started.

                            Deactivate Interface    Selecting this option will logoff SelectQu if it is connected to the DMS.  This

                                                            option also happens automatically when a data transfer is completed.

                            Terminal Screen                      Open a Terminal Screen to your DMS system.

                            Do a Download                        Manually do a download by picking the data map you want to do.

                            Shutdown SelectQu     This option will shut down SelectQu.




                            Errors                                    Display or Print the SelectQu Error Log.

                            Logons                       Display or Print the last Debug trace file.




                            Start Recording                      Start recording all sent and received data coming across connection.

                            End Recording                        Stop recording data coming across connection.

                            Pause Recording         Temporary stop recording data coming across connection.

                            Resume Recording       Resume recording data coming across connection after it is paused.

                            Print Recording                      Print the recorded data.




                            Open Setup Screen     Open all setup screens.  This is feature is password protected (nomad).

                            Close Setup Screen     Will close all setup screens.

                            Save Setup                 Saves changes made on Communications, General, Internet and Encrypt tabs.

                            Manage Grouped Down            Allows you to group together downloads into one, so

                            Manage Down/Upload  This option will allow you to change the Data Transfer Map files and is


                            Edit Phone List                       This option contains the settings that you will need If you are using SelectQu

                                                            to connect to multiple dealers via a modem



                            About or Release Info: Contains information about SelctQu current release and history of changes.


                            Registration:               If SelectQu needs to be registered then click on this menu option to enter

                                                            your registration code.  You must call to obtain this code and the code will

                                                            only work on the pc it was installed on.    


  1. Communication Setup.


This tab will allow you to change the communication and login settings.



























Serial Direct Connection Setup

                                                      Type of Connection:                                                        Direct to Com 1 or 2 or 3 or 4.  Select the communication

                                                                                  port on your pc that is connected to your DMS system.


                                                      Phone number:                                                               Enter the phone number of the modem if you are connecting

                                                                                  to your DMS via a modem.  If a direct connection then leave


                                                      Additional Modem:  Enter any additional modem commands if needed, to setup

                                                                                  modem configuration to match any odd modems.

                                                      Baud Rate:             Select the speed of the connection to your DMS system.  It is

                                                                                  almost always 9600.

                                                      Data Bits:               This should always be set for 8.

                                                      Parity:                   This should always be set for None.

                                                      Stop Bits:               This should always be set for 1.

                                                      Flow Control CTS:    This should be checked.  If you are experiencing problems

                                                                                  connecting and you know the other settings are correct, try

                                                                                  turning this off, by un-checking it.

                                                      Flow Control RTS:    This should be checked.  If you are experiencing problems

                                                                                  connecting and you know the other settings are correct, try

                                                                                  turning this off, by un-checking it.

                                                      Software Flow:                                                                This controls the flow of data coming from your DMS and                                                                                                                                   should always be checked.



Telnet TCP/IP  Connection Setup



                                                                  TCP/IP Address:      Enter your local IP Address supplied to you by your system

                                                                                              administrator.  It must match:  4 numbers separated by a .


                                                                   TCP/IP Port:                                                                  This is the port that the Telnet connection runs on.  Normally

                                                                                              it is ‘telnet’, but can be different if you are using some type of




Modem Connection Setup




                                                      Type of Connection:                                                        If you are using a modem to connect to your DMS system

                                                                                  then you must choose the name of your modem.  If a modem

                                                                                  isn’t listed in the drop-down then you must check your

                                                                                  Windows settings or use a Serial Connection to make a call.


                                                      Configure Modem:   This will open the Windows Modem Configuration window

                                                                                  so you can change the configuration of the modem.








          Login Procedure: 


                         This is what SelectQu uses to log into a system and is normally hidden from the user.  Only the Login User

                          and Login Password inputs are visible.  The check box on the General Setup tab will turn the Login Grid on.

                         The dropdown box contains 22 login procedures that can be defined separately, however, in most cases you

                         will only use the first two {1 for ADP,  2 for R&R}.


                         What to See:    This is the information that SelectQu is looking for before sending data over.  If this

                                            Information is not seen, the login will fail.

                         What to Send:                     This is the information that is sent over, providing it sees what is in the  ‘What to See column’.

                         Seconds:       This is how long to wait when looking for what is in: What to See.  If SelectQu doesn't see

                                            the information, it will error out and stop the login procedure.


             Normal ADP Procedure                                 Modem Dial-In for R&R












                                                                             Serial/TCP  Login for R&R

















                                                                                    The line with login and era is only needed it you are

                                                                                    Connecting via a TCP/IP Connection.

  1. General Setup:


The General setup tab contains the settings for the basic option of SelectQu.





























             Connection Type    This determines what to do when SelectQu starts or finishes a download.  Connect and

                                         Stay connected, will keep the connection open to the DMS (ADP only) after a download.


             File Suffix Type      When a download has completed, the normal file name will end with ANS.  You

                                         can force it to CSV or TXT by checking the appropriate item.


             Show Errors           This allows you to isolate any messages or errors from the end-user.  These messages

                                         will still be reported back in the appropriate answer file, no matter what selection you

                                         make.  Show major errors:  Show only system, connection and download errors to a

                                         dialog box.  Report all errors to user:  Show all messages in a dialog box.  Warning:

                                         A dialog box requires a user to close it, so all processes will halt until the box is closed.

             Check Boxes:


1.       If "Multiple copies of SelectQu are allowed to run" is checked, then you can have multiple

copies of SelectQu running from different directories.

2.       If "Resend the map file for the download" is checked, then the SelectQu will resend the download/

upload parameters for that download before the process begins.

3.       If "Resend all map files now" is checked, then SelectQu will resend all download/upload parameters

once it has connected to the DMS.

4.       If "After SelectQu opens, hide in System Tray" is checked, then SelectQu will hide itself in the system tray.

5.       If "Allow other Applications to control me" is checked, then you can create certain files that will

control some of SelectQu functions.

6.       If "Delete Que files" is checked, then the Que files that are created in order to do a transfer will be

deleted when SelectQu has completed that request.  This should always be checked.

7.       If "Disable the Help Hints" is checked then the popup hint messages in SelectQu will be disabled.

8.       Show or Hide the Logon Grid on the Communication tab, so the user can’t change them.

9.       If "Open a separate window" is checked, then during the download process SelectQu will open a small

window and show the status of SelectQu while it is doing a download/upload, instead of the normal window.

10.    If "Show the Status of SelectQu" is checked, then any messages generated by SelectQu will be

      displayed in the title of SelectQu and the system tray.

11.    Show Logon to User.  Open terminal window while SelectQu is logging on, so you can see it.

12.    Open a New Terminal Window.  If this is checked and you open the Terminal Window it will open a

Separate window, so that the main window can continue to check and do downloads.

13.    Force SelectQu to always check for download/uploads no matter if it is in Setup mode.

14.    R&R and ADP user-ids can be sometimes be setup to have the password expire.  If this check box is

unchecked then it will automatically change it to the alternate password see file:  altpass.dll


                         Number of seconds before shutting down.  This is used to delay SelectQu from shutting down.

                         This is primarily needed for older DMS systems that are slow when logging off.


                         Extra Seconds to Receive.  This is used to lengthen the time when receiving records from the DMS.

                         Some DMS systems are slow responding to request, so the amount of wait time can be increased.


                         Number of Errors allowed before shutting down.  SelectQu keeps track of the number of errors

                         in each download/upload session and if that amount exceeds this setting, SelectQu will shutdown.


             Interval Seconds:    The number of to sleep between checking for download or uploads.  This shouldn’t

                                         be set lower than 5.


  1. Merging Answer Files. 


       Merging of answer files allows you to take multiple answer files and create a new answer file containing all the data in

       Those files.  This works great for R&R downloads, because in most cases you have multiple answer files for a download.































             Config Files            Is a file that contains a list of the Merges that are on file.

             Map Files Used       This is the list of files to merge into one.

             Merge File Name    Is the new file name after the files are merged together.

             Auto Merge            After the download is completed, SelectQu will check to see if this

                                         box is checked and if it is, it will automatically merge the files.


             The grids on the screen are for testing purposes, so you can visualize the data after it is merged.  One

             important fact to remember when merging answer files together, is that the first field in all the answer

             files must be the same.  This is the case most often when we setup your downloads.


             All merging is done before FTP, emailing or running any other program from within SelectQu.



                         Create new Merge


                         Save Merge Setup


                         Delete Merge Setup


                         Test Merging of Answer files.


                         Clear Grid


                         Print Grid



  1. Encryption.


       Encryption/Decryption is a way to protect the data if anyone accesses the data via the Internet.  This procedure

       works in two fashions:



a.       If ‘Check for ENC Files’ is checked and a encrypted file is in the SelectQu directory, then SelectQu

       will decrypt the file into a que file for downloading.


b.       If ‘Check for ENC Files’ is checked, then SelectQu will encrypt all answer files after a download/

upload and  will store those files is c:\SelectQ\Transfer directory..





























  1. Auto Start another program. 


This feature is used if you have a program that needs to process the answer files after they are completed

 or when you shutdown SelectQu.


a.       Program to start:  This is the program you want to run.  Make sure you include the drive and path.


b.       Start In:  The drive and path where the program is located.


c.       Parameters:  Any additional parameters that the program will need in order to run.


d.       If ‘Use Map file as Parameter’ is checked, then it will use the download as a parameter.


e.       If ‘Run Program before FTP/Email’ is checked, then the program will run before any internet procedures

       are done (if Internet options are setup.)


f.        Start Program when.  This allows you to specify to run the program after the download has completed or

when SelectQu closes.



             Clicking on the ‘Run Now’ button will run the program now.

  1. Status Screen:


The status screen gives you feedback when doing a download.  A number of different messages are displayed in

             this screen including error messages.  You can open and print the last status.































             SelectQu also has a mini status window that will display if it enabled in the General Setup tab.  When this

             window is open, SelectQu is hidden.



















             You can also develop your own status window by reading SelectQu status file { QStatus.txt }.  SelectQu updates this

             file about every 6-15 seconds or when something major happening with one line of text.  You can read this file and

             present the text to the user so they can see what's happening.  Some of the messages are displayed above.

  1. Internet Settings:


       FTP and Email Settings:


          You can now transmit and receive data via a FTP site.  The screen allows you to setup to send  downloads along

          with checking for download request on multiple FTP or multiple Email addresses based on the name of the

          download (Map).  Each row in the grid represents a different FTP or Email that needs to be sent.



















          Download File: This is the name of the download (Map) you wish to send.  Your chooses are: 

                                All, single, grouped or merged downloads or SelectQu database.

                                Click on the column and drop it down to make your selection.                        


          FTP Site:         This is the FTP site name ( or FTP ip Address (

          User Name:      This is the login name (also known as User Name).  If the FTP site is secure then you will need this.

          User Password: This is the password needed to access the FTP site.

          FTP Path:         Some FTP sites will require you to put your data into a certain directory on the FTP site.

          Port:               Is the FTP port used to make the connection.  It is normally 21.  Don’t change it unless told so.

          Check:             Automatically check this site for download/upload data request.  Remember to check the

                                settings below under: Check FTP for Download Request.

          New Name:      Some FTP sites need the download to be name a certain way.  If you enter a New Name

                                then SelectQu will rename, so the name matches what the FTP site needs.

          Add to 1,2,3:                               You can add today’s date or the download parameter used for the download to the FTP

                                file name, so the FTP site knows that the file was from that date.

          View:              Click on this to Test the FTP setup by connecting and viewing the files.

          Send All:         Connect to all FTP setups and send any download files current on your pc.

          Insert:             Insert a new row into the grid.

          Delete:            Delete a row in the grid.

          FTP Active:      This must be checked if you want to send files via FTP. If it isn’t checked then FTP

                                will be disabled.

          Send Database: FTP the database to the current FTP site selected in the grid.

          Delete Files:    Delete the download files after they have been send to the FTP site.

          Delete Files:    Delete the download files after they have been send to the FTP site.



       Checking FTP for Download Request


       This gives you the ability to check for download/upload request via the Web.  No longer does a outside

       have to dial into your system.  Now you can set SelectQu to automatically check for request via the web.


       You must have Yes in the gird column Check on each FTP that you want to check.


       Check Now           Will check all FTP sites for transfer request.

       Check on StartUp   If this is checked then when SelectQu starts it will automatically go out and check.

       How Often            This is the interval that you want to automatically check for request from 1 minute – 12 Hours.

       Email Settings:






















          Download File: This is the name of the download (Map) you wish to send.  Your chooses are:


                                All Downloads,   Database,   Single Map,    Grouped Download,    Download Errors,

                                Acknowledgement of Downloads   or a Merged download


          To Email:         Enter the email address you want to send the email to.


          Subject:           Enter a subject in this column or leave it blank if you don’t need one.


          Body:              Enter any information that would normally be entered into the body of the email.


          From Email:     Enter the senders (your) email address in this column.


                Test:               Send a test email to the email selected in the grid.


                Reset:             If the email isn’t working because of invalid information entered, then click

                                      on this button to reset the internet settings in SelectQu.


                Auth. Type:     This is the type of authentication needed when logging onto your Email server.  Normally

                                      it is None.  If the email fails to send, then check with your system administrator or your

                                      email configuration in your normal email to see what this setting should be.


                Email UserName:This is your email login name.  If you don’t know it then check with your system admin-

                                      istrator or your email configuration in your normal email to see what this setting should be.


                Email Password:                           This is your email login password.  If you don’t know it then check with your system admin-

                                      istrator or your email configuration in your normal email to see what this setting should be.


                Email Server:                               This is your email server name.  Normally it starts with smtp and ends with com.  If you don’t

                                      know it then check with your system administrator or your email configuration in your normal

                                      email to see what this setting should be.


          The remaining columns match the same configuration noted above in FTP settings.

  1.  Timers.


       These timers allow you to specify a time or interval to run your downloads automatically.  SelectQu must be

             running in order for the timers to kick off.  There are no limits to the number of timers you can have.



























       Code name:     This is the name of the timer.


       Description:     The description of the timer.


       Download days:                               Click on the day(s) you want the download to run.


       Start Time:      The Start time is used in two ways.  If you only specify a start time, then the download will

                            run at only that time.  If you also enter a End Time then the download will only run between the

                            start time and the end time (this is used in conjunction with the Interval.


       Interval:          This is how often you want to run the download in minutes.


       Activate Timer:                               If you want this timer to run automatically, then check this box.


       Map Files:       On the right of the screen is a list of all your map files.  Check the ones you want to run when

                            this timer kicks off.


                            The Questions (1-5)  are for passing data to the downloads.  The question data are in the

                            following format:


                %Date           Will pass the current date to the downloads.


                %Date-#        Will pass the current date – {minus} a number of days.


                %Date+#        Will pass the current date + {plus} a number of days.


                %Time           Will pass the current time to the downloads.


                      Fixed Data     What ever information entered will be passed to the downloads.


             Disable all Timers:  Will stop all timers from running.


             Note:  When a timer kicks off, the normal timer that would check for new downloads is disabled. 

10.  Excel Spread Sheets:


             This setup tab allows you to export your data to a Excel spreadsheet.

































             Excel Setups:                                  A dropdown list of the Excel integrations on file.

             File Used:              The download data file to be merged into the Spread Sheet.

             Spread Sheet Name:                         The name of the spread sheet to create or update.

             Page Name:            The name of the page to put the data into.

             Page Number:                                  The page number of the page you want to install.

              Start Col:              Is the Column to start inserting the data into the spreadsheet.

             Start Row:             Is the Row to start inserting the data into the spreadsheet.

             # of Cols:                                        The number of cols to create in the spread sheet.

             # of Rows:             The number of rows to create in the spread sheet.

             Auto Create:          If this box is checked then the spreadsheet will be created automatically after the download.

             Delete Ans:            If this box is checked then the answer files used to create the spreadsheet will be deleted.



             You can enter any data manually into the grid and it will also be merged into the spread sheet along with the data

             from the download.  The downloaded data is loaded first and then any literals data that you have entered is loaded

             next.  Data from the download will be overwritten is any literal data that you entered is located in the same cell.



          Excel Column Widths




                               The width of each column as Excel would define it. 

                               These values are adjusted by:






             1.  Dragging (resizing) the Horizontal Fixed line at the top of the data grid.

             2.  Entering it into the Width grid directly.

             3.  By pressing the resize columns button.       



             Excel Commands:










             This is where you would enter any formatting needed for the spread sheet, along with special calculations.



             SS Commands: Font Size, Font Color, Font Name, Font Italic, Font Bold, Font Bold/Ital, Font UnderLine,

                                  Font Normal, Right Just., Left Just, Format and Data.


                               Font settings only allow to the range between Scol, Srow, Ecol and Erow.

                               Justification settings allow to entire columns.


             Format:  Is used to format the data you want to present it:  0 - 0.00 - #,##0.00 - $#,##0.00 - 0% - 0.00%   dd/mm/yyy


             Data:      The list of selections based on the SS Command you choose with the exception of data (you enter this)


             Scol:      Is the starting column letter to start command.                                                           Srow:     Is the starting row to start command.

             Ecol:      Is the ending column letter to end command                                                              Erow:     Is the ending row to end command.


             Column and Row are used if the data result needs to be inserted into a different location in the spread sheet.


             Note:     You can enter the word Last to specify the last column or row.  You can also do Last+1 to add a

                         additional column or row.  You can add or minus any number you want.  This is used because

                         you won't know how many rows there are in a download and this would always force the data to

                         the last+? Row or col.





          SS Command   Data                                        Scol    Srow    Ecol     Erow         Column     Row


             Data            @SUM                                                      E         5           E          10                E                 12


             This will crate a the command:  @SUM(E5..E10) and put it into Column:E and Row: 12


             Any data that is entered starting with @, but doesn't include the ( will be treaded as a spread sheet

             command and will use then Scol, Srow, Ecol and Erow as parameters for the command and will

             put the resulting command in Column and Row.


                 Data                 @SUM                                                 E         5           E      LastE                                 Last+2


             The word Last would force the spread sheet to use the last row in the column for the calculation.  You can also force

             Something to the last column in a row by entering Last as a (Column, Scol, Ecol) value.  So lets say that the Last row

             is 42.  The command would then be:   @SUM(E5..E42) and put it into Column:E and Row: 44


                 Data                 @SUM(E5..E10)                                                                                       E                 12


             This would put @SUM(E5..E10) in column E and row 12


             Data            @SUM(E5..E10)                     F         1           G          1


             This fill the columns: F and G, Row 1 with @SUM(E5..E10)


                 Data                          ----------------                     A         1           F          1


             This fills the columns A through F, Row 1 with ----------------



11.  Database Setup:


             This setup tab allows you to keep your data in a Microsoft Access Database.  There are a number of tables that

             can be used according to the download you are doing.  Below is a list of these tables:







             Sales from Finance

             Sales from Service

             Work Orders




















             Map File:               This is the download that will be inserted into the database.

             Database Name:      Is the database type listed above that the download will use.

             Max Days to Retain                          The number of days to retain data in the database.  Zero (0) = Keep Everything.

             Delete Answer file.                         Delete answer files after updating the database.

             Active:                  If this box is checked then after the download if will happen automatically.

             Post Data anyway:  If this box is checked and there is a error in the data the record will still post without that data.

             Clear Database:      If this is checked then the database will be cleared prior to inserting download records.

             Column 1:              Database field name

             Column 2               Is the physical location of the field in the download file.

             Column 3               Monitor Changes to data.  If these fields change or the record is new then flag this record

                                         as a changed  record.  This will allow anyone to get the new or changed records only.




             The record of all

             the downloads done.


             Along with:


             Database Name

             Queue file name

             Date and Time

             # of New Records

             # of Updated Records

             # of Errors








             Any errors are

             Logged in the Error

             DB and can be

             viewed in here.


12. Terminal Screen:


             The Terminal screen is fully functional terminal screen with full ADP and R&R emulation.  It supports both 80

             and 132 columns widths, all function keys, and Upload/Download file transfers.





















Menu choices                                        Note to Reynolds & Reynolds users:  The navigations keys act very different than

                                                                                           most other emulations.  The backspace key is disabled so use the left arrow key.



        Open Another Terminal        Open a new terminal window along with this one.  Multiple terminal screens are allowed with TCP/IP connections.

        Close Terminal Screen          Close terminal screen and return back to SelectQu or the last terminal screen opened.

        Close SelectQu                     Close all terminal screens and then close SelectQu.



        Print Capture                       Capture all text coming across terminal until its turned off and then print it.

        File Capture                         Capture all text coming across terminal until it turned off and then save it to a file.

        Screen and Scrollback to     Select all text on terminal screen and then you can Print it, save it or copy it to the clipboard.

        Copy Selected Text              Copy selected text on terminal screen and then copy it to the clipboard (Ctrl-C).

        Paste Text                            Paste text to terminal screen from the clipboard (Ctrl-V)



        Clear Screen                         Clear terminal screen.

        Scroll Video Back                  Scroll terminal screen back, so you can see text that has already left the sceen.

        Dial Modem                           Dial a modem if you are using a modem.

        Dial Modem and Login          Dial a modem if you are using a modem and then logon.

        Manually Open Comport       Open the comport manually.

        Log Out of System               Log out of System.

        HangUp Modem                     Hang up modem if dial into a modem.

        Do a Download                      Do a download will allow you to start a download from your system.  This option is only available

                                                      on first terminal screen.                                                                                                        

        ZModem Download                Do a XModem – Ymodem - ZModem or Kermit downloads.  Your system must support this option.

        Upload                                   Upload a file or install SelectQu’s data transfer protocol program onto your system.



        Communication                    Change communication settings.

        Change Font                         Change terminal screen font type, size and colors.

        Font Size                              Change terminal screen font size.

        Font Size Up                         Change terminal screen font size to the next biggest.

        Font Size Down                                                      Change terminal screen font size to the next smallest.

        Change Width to 132           Change terminal screen character width between 80 columns and 132.


SQ Setup (These menu options are applicable to first terminal window only)

        Save Setup                            Save all settings.

        Close Setup Screen              Close setup screen.

        View Transfer Status                                            View transfer status screen.

        Manage Grouped Downloads                                 Open Grouped download manager screen.

        Transfer Data Map Setups   Open Transfer data map setups screen.

        View a Setup                        View any setup screen:.



While the terminal screen is open you have the choice of changing your communication settings via this

Communication Setup window instead of the SelectQu Communication Tab in the main program.





Connection Type (choices):

                 Direct to Com 1-8 port

                 TCP/IP Connection

                 Installed Modems

                 TAPI devices.



















Uploading Ascii Files to DMS.  This is a great tool for uploading report setups to Reynolds & Reynolds systems. 





























Here are some of its features:



1.       When you click on Start Upload the data actual starts to send from where you are in the text. 

         this is great if you need to start at a certain position.

2.       You can edit the data and save it.

3.       Has special commands it looks for:


a.  WaitForError text  The upload will wait for 5 seconds to see is text is seen and if it does see it the upload will stop.

b.  {{                              Any line that starts with {{ will not be sent over.  Great for remarks.

c.  WaitFor       text     The upload will wait for 5 seconds to see if text is seen.  The download continues no matter what.

d.  Pause seconds         Will pause # of seconds specified and then continue with download.


13. Transfer Data Map Setups:


                 This is the main screen for changing and adding new Data Transfer Maps.  These Data Transfer Maps

                 contains the configurations for downloading data from your DMS system.

























                 Updating:        Double-click on the data map currently on file, to change or delete it.


                 Adding:           Adding a new data map can be done in two ways:


1.       If you have a data map that already exist and the new one will be like

it with only minor changes, then open the existing data map and save

it with a different File Prefix.  (See below for explanation of File Prefix)


2.      Click on the button 'New Map' and the following window will open:














                                              You will need to choose the Download Operation Type and the File Type of the download

                                              you are setting up.  If you are creating a Data Map from a Converted English see below.




















                                  Operation Type:   This is the type of download or upload you are doing.  You select this setting when

you create first create the Download Map File and can’t be changed afterwards.  Here

are your chooses:


                                                  Download ADP via SODB:


                                                                                   SODB Stands for SelectQu’s Data Transfer engine.  This is a special type of

                                                                                   transfer that SelectQu uses and allows many special features.  Using this type

                                                                                   of transfer does require that the SODB program be loaded on your DMS



                                                  Download ADP via ENG:


                                                                                   Download data using a English statement along with the ENG function on

                                                                                   the DMS system.  This function must be used if SODB isn’t loaded onto

                                                                                   your DMS system.  Warning:  The integrate of the data can’t be validated

                                                                                   using this method.


                                                  Download R&R (Old Way)  This is the method that SelectQu used for the last five years and is only

                                                                                            included because of backwards compatibility.


                                                  Download R&R (New Way)  Build a map file using this Operation type will give you the ability to

                                                                                              Download data from R&R via the 6910 function (Report Generator).


                                                  All the other functions are disabled are only for use with 3rd party pc application companies.





















                                              File Type:                 This is defined when the Download Map file is first created and can’t

                                                                                   be changed.  Below is a list of the available files:


                                                                                   Vehicle Inventory                                               Service Customer/History

                                                                                   Service Customer/Vehicles                                Service Appointments

                                                                                   Finance Customer and Fin Data         Finance Customer and Fin History

                                                                                   Customer Name File Data                   Parts Inventory Data

                                                                                   Parts and Service Work In Process   Service Stories

                                                                                   Service Op Codes                                                Service Op Code Usage



                                                  All of the files listed above have had their Data Fields mapped out, so SelectQu can allow

                                                  you to point-and-click to build your download map files without knowing anything about

                                                  the file structure on your DMS system.  If you need to create a Data map that uses a file

                                                  not listed above then use the Other selections.



                                                  After choosing these two options, click on the button that says 'Continue' and you

                                                  will be taken into the Data Map building program.  See page 23


                 Convert English:


                         This function will allow you to enter a English statement that you already have and convert it into a

                         Data Map File.






















                                                  Click on Convert English and then enter your statement in the white

                                                  box above the buttons.


                                                  Warning:   Please leave off any Heading and Footing information.



                         SelectQu will try to match all fields in the English statement to the Data fields defined

                         on your DMS system.  If you use a field that isn't defined in the Data fields it will put

                         the remark 'Unknown' in that field and you will need to adjust that field in the Data Map

                         Setup Screen.


                         Note:  Convert English only works on the file types listed above.


                         When you have finished entering your statement click on Create Map and SelectQu will

                         create a map by the name of Temp.Map  (File prefix: temp which you can change from

                         the Data Map Setup Screen.



14. Downloading Map File setups:


          This is the new (v23.0.0.4) way to create download data map files.  This new way has the

          data Fields defined from the DMS system.  You don’t need to know the field layouts

on your DMS, because we’ve done the work for you.  Below if a explanation of the

different portions of the screens and how they are used.





































Operation Type:  This is the type of download or upload you are doing.  You select this setting when you create first

                                                Create the Download Map File and can’t be changed afterwards.  Here are your chooses:


                         Download ADP via SODB.                  SODB Stands for SelectQu’s Data Transfer engine.  This is a special type of

                                                                                   transfer that SelectQu uses and allows many special features.  Using this type

                                                                                   of transfer does require that the SODB program be loaded on your DMS


                         Download ADP via ENG:                    Download data using a English statement along with the ENG function on

                                                                                   the DMS system.  This function must be used if SODB isn’t loaded onto

                                                                                   your DMS system.  Warning:  The integrate of the data can’t be validated

                                                                                   using this method.

                         Download R&R (Old Way)                 This is the method that SelectQu used for the last five years and is only

                                                                                   Included because of backwards compatibility.

                         Download R&R (New Way)                Build a map file using this Operation type will give you the ability to

                                                                                   Download data from R&R via the 6910 function (Report Generator).


                         All the other functions are disabled are only for use with 3rd party pc application companies.


             File Prefix:         This is the four letters that your download will be called.  It can only contain 4 letters,

                                      no less or no more.  Try to name it something you will remember when you see the name.

          File Type:           This is defined when the Download Map file is first created and can’t be changed.  Below

                                      is a list of the available files:


                                      Vehicle Inventory                      Service Customer/History

                                      Service Customer/Vehicles          Service Appointments

                                      Finance Customer and Fin Data                Finance Customer and Fin History

                                      Customer Name File Data            Parts Inventory Data

                                      Parts and Service Work In Process           Service Stories

                                      Service Op Codes                      Service Op Code Usage



                                      All of the files listed above have had their Data Fields map out, so SelectQu can allow

                                      you to point-and-click to build your download map files without knowing anything

                                      about the file structure on your DMS system.


             Logon or Store#: This is where you would enter the name of the Logon (ADP) or the Store# (R&R).  If

                                      you are downloading from multiple logons/stores then separate them with a comma (,).


             Description:        This is the description for your download map file.


             Field Description Grid:


                   This is the actual fields that you will be downloading.  Some data in these grids would show up based

                   on the type of DMS you are creating the map file.


                   Field Description:    This is the description of the field you will be downloading.

                   Field Name:            This is the actual name of the field as defined by the DMS type.

                   Width:                   This is the actual width of the field as defined by the DMS type.

                   Attribute:              This is the physical location of the data in the DMS system.

                   Conversion:            This is the conversion that is used to turn raw data into formatted data.

                   File Name:              Is the name of the file where the data resides.  In most cases the file

                                               name is the same for all fields, but can be different based of the data

                                               you are pulling.

             Query Grid:


                   All queries made against the data are stored in this grid, for each maintenance.


                   Query:         You can create questions to ask, when the download is ran by entering the question

                                      in this column.  All questions must be assigned a # (number) in the next grid, so the

                                      answer to these questions can be inserted into the correct place in the query.

                   #                 This is used for prompts.  You would assign a different number to each Query

                                      question that you are going to ask when the download is ran.

                   File Name:     This is the data field to base the query on.  Drop this column down and choose

                                      the field.

                   Test:            Is the type of test to do on the data:


                                      Equal:              The data in the download must match exactly to the value entered.

                                      Not Equal:        The data in the download can’t match the value entered.

                                      Greater              The data in the download must be greater than the value entered.

                                      Greater or Equal: The data in the download can be either Equal to or Greater than the value


                                      Less:               The data in the download must be less the value entered.

                                      Less or Equal:   The data can be either Less or Equal to the value entered.

                   Data:            You would enter the data that will be used in the query to check if its allowed to be

                                      included in the download.  This information must be surrounded by double-quotes “.

                   And/Or:        You can group the queries together by using the word AND or the word OR.



                   The example above states the following:


1.              The Vehicle can’t be Sold  (NO SOLD)

2.              The Balance has to be greater than 100.00  BALANCE Greater “100.00”

3.              The vehicles NEW/USED field can’t have MISC in it.


             Download Field Grid:


                   These are the available fields for this type of download.  You can choose a field to be included in the download

                   by double-clicking on the field and it will add it to the download (Field Description Grid) at the column high-

                   lighted.  Note:  When you hold your mouse over a field the information on the field is displayed at the bottom.


                   The column ‘Type’:  Means that the fields can be used for different download only:


                         Both:           Means this field can be used for the SelectQu’s SODB interface program, English Statement

                                            download or the Report Generator.

                         Report Only: This field can only be used in a English Download or the Report Generator.

                         SODB Only:   This is a special field and can only be used with SelectQu’s SODB interface program.


             Delimited Type:


                         This is the format that the data will have when it comes back from the DMS system:


                                      1.  Comma:          Each field will be separated by a comma 2003,CUTLAS

                                      2.  Quoted:         Each field will be separated by a comma, but will have

                                                              quotes surrounding the data:  “2003”,”CUSTLAS”

                                      3.  Tab:              Each field will be separated by a Tab.

                                      4.  Fixed 25:        Each field will be padded with 25 spaces, so every 25 spaces

                                                              would contain a new field.

                                      5.  Other:           This will allow you to specify what character is used to separate

                                                              the data.  Some use |   or   ^


                         The remaining types are for special purposes.


             By:        This is the field that will be used to sort the data and is optional.


             Actual Query Statement:


                   This statement is build either by you entering it or SelectQu creating it by the items you have

                   in the Query grid.  The item in the query grid determine what data you will be getting.  The

                   query items are then build to create the actual statement in the box.


                   We supply this box because you

                   might need to overwrite what it

                   being displayed.


                   Remember don't include any display

                   fields in this box, those go in the

                   Field Description box to the left.


                   The query can be rebuild automatically by either:


1.       Clicking the button at the bottom that says:  'Build Query' or

2.       When you say your changes it will as you to Rebuild the Query.


                         You don't need to do either one if you haven't changed the items in the Query Grid.


             Buttons and Misc at bottom of screen:


                   Wait time:    This is the time that you giving your DMS system to respond with data.  If no data

                                      has started after the time runs out then SelectQu will register a error, but keep waiting

                                      for up to 10 errors.  Some older DMS systems might require you to increase this

                                      if you are doing a Service History download,  but leave it at 300 and try the download



                   Zip Up:         This will automatically zip-up the download file after it has completed.


                   New:            When you click on this button, it will clear all data except for the File Type information

                                      and allow you to start a new Download Data Map File.


                   Delete:        This will delete the current displayed Download Data Map file.


                   Build Query: Will take you Query selection items and build a query statement.  This doesn't need

                                      to be done unless you have changed you Query grid items.



Save:            This will save all changes made to the Download Data Map file.  It will also ask you

                                      if you would to 'Rebuild the Query' first and also open a window for Download Save























1.       If Create Installation Script for Download is checked it will create a installation script

that you can use to install the download on your Reynolds & Reynolds system.


2.       If Install Download Map Files onto System now is checked then right after you click on

Continue it will connect to your DMS and install the downloads.


3.       If Do a Test Download Now is checked then a test download will run after you click on



             If there are any question in the download that need to be answered, then the Download

             Questions box will appear.   After answering these questions click on Continue.



                   Add Field:    SelectQu has a list of defined fields that match your DMS system.  Some DMS systems

                                      might have customs fields that wouldn't be in here.  If this is the case or you just want to

                                      change the description of the field then click this button to Add or Modify the field





















                   Close:          Close the Download Map Building program and return to the list of maps on file.


                   Build Query: Will take you Query selection items and build a query statement.  This doesn't need

                                      to be done unless you have changed you Query grid items.


               Options:       This is where you set the special settings for the Download Maps.


























                         Startup Data Needed:

                               Enter required keystrokes needed to start download.  If most cases the only thing needed

                               in this grid is a O (letter O) if it is a Reynolds & Reynolds download.  If you are using a

                               Unix printer name to do a download then you would substitute the O with %Print and enter

                               then Unix printer name under:  R&R Slave Printer Name and check the box This is a Unix



                         Printer Max Width:

                               This is the maximum width that this report will print using the %Print options.  99% of the time

                               it will be 132.


                               Reynolds & Reynolds Systems:


                                      If you are using a Unix slave printer to print then you can set this to 256.  If you are using a

                                      regular slave printer then you would enter the print width of that printer.  If it is a printer that

                                      does condensed printing then enter 256.




                                      If the type of download that you are doing is ENG (English Statement) then you can enter

                                      the actual width of the download fount at the bottom of the Download Map setup screen, to

                                      right of the Save button (Download Width).


                         Report Name:


                               Reynolds & Reynolds:


                                         This would be the name of the report in Report Generator (function 6910).  If multiple

                                         reports are needed, due to a width restriction, then two things happen:


1.       This download data map will be converted into multiple download data map

with each corresponding to different reports.  You won't have to worry about

the additional download maps because SelectQu will handle the maintenance

and downloads from the main download map file that you are creating now.

2.       Multiple reports will be created automatically.  Each report corresponds to

the map files it creates.  Internally SelectQu will add a number to each report

it needed.



                                      If this download is run from RPG Report Generator then this would be the name of the report.


                         Beginning of Report Data:


                                      This would be the first thing that SelectQu would see when the report starts.  This is how SelectQu

                                      knows that the report is actually running.  Normally you would use the field title of the first field

                                      in the report.


                         End of Report Data:


                                      SelectQu will look for this data in order to know when the report has completed.

                                      Reynolds & Reynolds:  This is always  'REPORT COMPLETED'

                                      ADP (Eng):                This is always: 'ENTER ENGLISH'


                         Merge Blank Line Setting:

                                      Only applicable when doing a download on Reynolds & Reynolds or using ADP's (ENG or RPG)

                                      Doesn't apply to SelectQu's ODBC connection.


                                      Some fields that either have data that is wider that the field width allows or has multiple values

                                      will wrap around to the next line.  If this is happening on you download you can control it with


                                               Merge and Separate:         This will take the wrapped lines and join them to the lines they

                                                                           belong to and then separate them with a value mark chr(253).  This

                                                                           is used when you have multiple values in one field.

                                               Merge Data Only:    This will merge the data only:  Example:

                                                                           AAA Truck S         will become:  AAA Truck Stop


                                               Skip Line:               This will throw away any blank lines, causing it to ignore the data.

                                               Do Nothing:            Treats the wrap around as a record in the download.


                         MultiValue Seperation:


                                      Some fields have multiple values in them.  In most cases they are separated by a value

                                      mark chr(253).  Some companies don't link this character as a separation character, so

                                      you can change it to another character.


                                         Don't replace will leave the data alone.


                                         Replace with a comma.  This will replace the value mark with a comma.  Warning:

                                         will mess up the order of the fields in your download if the download is setup using

                                         Delimitated Type of Comma and should not be used (Comma Quotes is Ok).  Use

                                         the next option instead.


                                         Replace with a pipe.  This will replace then value mark with a pipe  |   This character

                                         is located on your keyboard, below the Backspace key.


                         Insert Store#/Acct Name:


                                         This will add a addition field to the end of the download.  This field represents on:


                                         Reynolds & Reynolds:    The store number that the data came from.

                                         ADP:                           The account name that the data came from.


                         Type:        Change this download type to another type.  This feature is only available on ADP














15.  Report Downloads R&R (Old way):























                         Prefix Name:  Is the four (4) letters given to the name of the map file.  It can only contain 4 letters.



                                         Is the store # that will be used for this download.  If you are downloading from multiple

                                         stores then separate the store numbers with a comma (,).  If you have to do navigate between

                                         multiple menus and stores then you can specify then store number and the additional menu

                                         option for department.  Example:  Need to download from store 1 and 3, plus pick the service

                                         department which is menu option # 2, you would enter:  1;2,3;2


                         Actual key stokes:


                                         These are the keystrokes needed to get the report started.  Anything that begins with % will

                                         not be sent over to the DMS.  %PP tells SelectQ to prompt for data when doing a Manual



                         Merge Blank Line Setting


                                         Merge and separate data by VM (Value Mark #253).


                                                                  This is used for the downloads that have multiple lines and must be

                                                                  delimited into one field but still separated. Like Vehicle Option Codes,

                                                                  their Descriptions and Service Op Codes and their description.


                                         Merge Data Only.  This will merge any data that has been wrapped, such as customer name.


                                         Skip Line.           This will force the download to skip the line altogether.


                                         Leave Alone:       If the first field is blank and this option is choosen then the data won’t

                                                                  be modified.


16. Get Financial Statement:


                SelectQu can also download your financial statement.






17. Doing Manual Downloads:


SelectQu can perform downloads either manually or with the use of simple text files.  To use SelectQu manually all is

needed is the telephone number, system type, login and password.


All you need to do is enter this information on the Communications tab of setup and then Click on File – Do a

Download and this window will open:
























The Single Download Files (Map files) list is a list of all the available downloads.  The Grouped Download Files list is

downloads that are grouped together and ran as one. 


You would check the box for the download you want to do.  If there are any parameters that need to be set, such as

starting and ending dates you would enter them in the Starting Parameters box. 


All map file names are based four characters, so when your data is returned, the file name will also be the same four

letters.  If you need to make the file name unique then you can enter the unique data in the Add to Que entry box and

SelectQu will append this information onto the data file that is returned. 


You can enter a Reynolds & Reynolds store# and this will change the map files for the download you are doing.


Now all you have to do is click on Start Download and the download will run.

18.  Doing Automated Downloads:


Your program can also control SelectQu completely.  Below is a list of operations needed to do this:


1.       If you are mass calling DMS systems then you will need to create the following file.

This will override the current settings in SelectQu.  The name of this file is: Sphone.Txt

and it contains the following information (if no changes are needed then leave a blank line):


      Line 1:  Telephone number you are calling.


Line 2:  System type:  0 = Adp, 1 = R&R or any other number that corresponds

                    to the dropdown titled:  Login Procedure.


Line 3:  This will override the comport/modem settings.


Line 4:  R&R store number where the data is to coming from.  This will

                    override the store number in the map file.


Line 5:  Override the login and password from what is currently listed in

                    the login grid.  It is stored in the current format:




                  Note:  The login grid on the Communication tab must have: $USER and

                              $PASS in the appropriate places for this to work.


2.       Start SelectQ if it isn't already running. See instructions below for starting parameters.


a.       If SelectQ isn't started with a parameter matching a download map file then the following will need to be done.


1.       Create a que file that matches the first four letters of the download map

file.  After the first four letters of the file name you can include any

characters that you want to make this file name unique.  The remainder of the

file name would consist of .que:   invv.que     invvBobHonda.que      Also

remember if you are using Group Downloads then use the grouped down-

load name.


If you need to pass any parameters to the download, such as dates, then you would

also include each one of the parameters on a separate line in  the Que file.


b.       After creating the que file(s),  SelectQ will then start the download/upload.  At

this point and until the download has completed you should do three things:


1.       Start your own timer in your program.  This is done solely because

someone could forced SelectQ to shutdown through the use of

Windows Task Manager.  In almost all cases SelectQ will return

a error in your answer file stating that someone has shutdown SelectQ.


2.       Start monitoring what is happening with SelectQ.  This happens with

the use of a file called:  Qstatus.txt.      SelectQ writes a one line message

to this file constantly with the current status of it's operation.  On average

this file changes every 6-15 seconds.  SelectQ will protect Itself from

I/O file errors and you must do the same error checking to see if the file

is in use when you read it in.


This message is also great for displaying the messages in a dialog box

in your program, so the user will have some feedback as to the status

of the download/upload.


3.       Wait for the answer file.  This file will be created after the download

has completed.  This is you key that SelectQ has finished.


If SelectQ was started by using a que file as a parameter then SelectQ will

automatically shutdown when it has processed the request.  If it was running

and you created the que file, then it will go back to checking for more

downloads every 5 seconds.


19.  Startup Parameters for SelectQu


             Parameters can be specified in the short-cut that you would be using.  They would be entered along with the program

             in Target.  Your other option of starting SelectQu is from within your program with the program name and the any

             parameters.  All parameters must be entered with a space in between each one.


             If no parameters are used to startup SelectQu, then SelectQu will start and begin checking for downloads that need to

             be done.  This will allow SelectQu to continue running even after a download completed.  If you specify a map file in

             the parameter SelectQu will shutdown after the download is completed.








                         Startup SelectQu and do the download for the map file specified, by the first four letters of the map file

                         name.  Additional you can append any characters on the end of the 4 letters, so the answer files that you get

                         back will have the additional characters in it's name.  Also, if the map file has a xtr file, then any additional

                         downloads that are specified in the xtr file will also be downloaded.


                         SelectQu.exe invv                or   SelectQu.exe invv1234


                         Additional Parameters:


                                  P1      Parameter number 1.  This would be any data that you want to pass to the download, such as

                                            a beginning date.  e.i. PU3/10/2003


                                  P2      Parameter number 2.  This would be any data that you want to pass to the download, such as

                                            a ending date.  e.i. PU3/10/2003


                                  NU      The telephone number you want to call.  This will override the number that is currently in

                                            SelectQ.  If this is a direct connect via the comport or telnet connection then don't specify

                                            this parameter.  The number can include 9 to get out, but remember to use a, if need to pause

                                            when dialing.    e.i. NU8562240553  or e.i. NU9,8562240553


                                  LO      This parameter will allow you to change to a different login grid.  Normally you would use 0

                                            {zero} for ADP and 1 {one} for R&R.  LO0  or  LO1


                                  ST      This is the Reynolds & Reynolds Store number.  If you need to get information from a

                                            certain R&R store other than what is specified in the map file, then use this parameter.

                                            Multiple store number can be specified by commas.  e.i. ST1   e.i.  ST1,2


                                  UN      This parameter will override the user login name in the login grid.  The login grid must have

                                            the word $USER


                                  UP      This parameter will override the user login password in the login grid.  The login grid must

                                            have the word $PASS in it where the password would go.


                                  AS      Auto start the download specified using the additional parameters stored in this text file.

                                            You would create a text file with the additional commands listed above on one line separated

                                            by a space.  This would be helpful if you where calling multiple stores, because you could

                                            create a different file for each store.   e.i.  ASTheFileName.txt


             P           Startup SelectQu and Prompt for the map file you want to download.


             Nomad   Startup SelectQu in Setup Mode.


          A        Startup SelectQu, activate the interface to ADP system and stay connected, until told to disconnect.

20. Common SelectQu terms and file naming:


1.       Map Files.  Map files contain the configuration that is needed to do a download/upload.  These files are always

4 characters long and end with map.  All other configuration files that pertain to the map files (including the

answer files start with those four letters.


2.       Que files.   SelectQu looks for these files every 5 seconds.  If it finds one (or more) in it’s directory it will start a

download or upload using the configuration of it’s map file.   If any parameters are needed for the download then

each parameter must be stored on its own line in the que file.  Also, these files must always end with que.  If you

are doing more than one download you can create more than one que file and SelectQu will process all the files.

If you are doing multiple download per connection and the downloads are common in nature you can use a XTR



You can also add any text to the file name as long as the first four letters match it’s map file.  This will give you

the ability to have unique answer files.


3.       Ans Files.   When data is returned from a DMS system from either a download or a upload it is stored in this file.

The Answer file name always matches the queue file name with the exception of the ending, which is ans.  You

can override this in the General Tab of the setup screen, where you have a choose of ANS, CSV or TXT.


4.       Rpt files:    Actual captured report files.


5.       Xtr files.    These files are used to group together download into a common file.  The file name must match one

map files in the directory.  These Xtr files are managed in the menu options:  Setup – Manage Grouped Downloads


6.       Cfg Files.   Are the files that contain the setup for merging answer files together.

7.       Tmf Files.  If you are using Timed downloads, then these files contain the configuration of doing so.


8.       Exc files.   Excel configuration setup.


9.       Dbs files.               Database configuration setup.


10.    Fss files:     Financial Statement Download Files, before conversion to answer files.


11.    Ltr files:     Word Integration setups.



Common Misunderstood Messages generated by SelectQu:


1.  Not Active, but Checking         This means that SelectQu isn’t connected to the DMS system, but it is checking for Que files.

2.  Active and Checking    SelectQu is connected to the DMS system and is also checking for que files.