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USB Requirement: The business line wants to be able to go into a batch transaction (pain001) in Digital Payments and directly link to each batch notification (pain002) tied to the original batch. There should be a "Related Transactions" tab at the batch level that allows us to link to and from related objects - specifically the batch notifications.
Current Capability: The business requirement cannot currently be met. We are unable to directly link from a pain001 to the correlated pain002s. We are able to see pain002 notifications in inbound transactions by modifying the non_pmt_txn table, but these are not valuable to the business unless we can link to the original batch.
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