UP-X300
POS TERMINAL
MODEL
UP-X300
BACK OFFICE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
INTRODUCTION
Thank you very much for your purchase of the SHARP POS Terminal Model UP-X300. This UP-X300
Back Office Instruction manual explains how to use the Back Office; programming procedures for
UP-X300.
Please read this manual carefully before operating the Back Office in order to gain full understanding.
Please keep this manual for future reference. It will help you if you encounter any operational problems.
For handling the hardware, please read the SHARP POS Terminal Model UP-X300 HARDWARE
manual.
Handling precautions, parts names and functions are included in the hardware manual.
■ Notation
POS system: Indicates a communication network system configured with POS server and POS
terminals.
POS server: Indicates a POS terminal which is used as a master where the Back Office is installed.
POS terminal:Indicates a POS terminal which is used as a satellite.
■ How to read this manual
After basic explanation such as main menu and basic operation method (chapter 1 and chapter 2), this
manual advances in the order of menu items, starting the top of menus. The lowest hierarchy menus
are entitled. Please find a menu item you want in the Contents to find the page number.
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ································································································································ 1
Notation ························································································································· 1
How to read this manual ······························································································· 1
CONTENTS ······································································································································· 2
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Before Operating the POS Server ························································································· 8
Connecting peripherals ··········································································································· 8
Operational restrictions on the Back Office ············································································ 9
How to operate the POS Server ··························································································· 10
Menu bar ····················································································································· 11
Module list window ······································································································ 12
Module icon window ···································································································· 12
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Starting the UP-X300 Back Office ························································································ 13
Log-in/Log-out operation ······································································································· 13
Log-in ··························································································································· 13
Log-out ························································································································ 13
Operation at the main screen ······························································································· 14
Menu bar list ················································································································ 14
Module list ··················································································································· 14
Reading messages ····································································································· 16
Sending messages to clerks ······················································································· 17
Changing your password ···························································································· 18
Viewing/editing list of operators ·················································································· 19
Printing/Displaying a POS server log report or a operator list report ························· 20
Editing date and time ·································································································· 21
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Store Management ················································································································ 22
Module list ··················································································································· 22
Open Store ··························································································································· 22
Close Store ··························································································································· 22
End of Day ···························································································································· 23
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Data Control ·························································································································· 24
Module list ··················································································································· 24
Backup (ALL) ························································································································ 24
Restore (ALL) ······················································································································· 24
Program Backup ··················································································································· 25
Program Restore ·················································································································· 25
Upload Data from Terminal ··································································································· 26
Regenerate Terminal DB ······································································································ 27
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POS Programming ················································································································ 28
Before starting POS Programming ······················································································· 28
POS Programming module list ···················································································· 28
Parameter setting method - Grid type editor and Card type editor ···························· 31
Priority of programming setting ··················································································· 37
Viewing/Printing programming settings ················································································ 38
Opening the POS Programming module ·············································································· 39
System Setting ······················································································································ 40
Module list ··················································································································· 40
System ························································································································· 41
Terminal (Administrator module) ················································································· 42
Edit Mode ···················································································································· 45
Programming Restrictions ··························································································· 46
Euro Status ·················································································································· 47
Non Accessed Customer Delete ················································································· 48
Non Accessed PLU Delete ·························································································· 48
Closed Transaction Delete ·························································································· 48
T-Log Data Delete ······································································································· 49
Operation/EJ Delete ···································································································· 49
Clear Table Status ······································································································· 49
Clear Sign On Status ·································································································· 49
Z Counter ···················································································································· 50
Ground Totals ·············································································································· 51
Terminal (Supervisor module) ····················································································· 52
Maintenance Data List ································································································ 53
Dynamic PLU Load ····································································································· 54
Revenue center ··········································································································· 55
Revenue Table Areas ·································································································· 57
Time Zone ··················································································································· 59
Groups ·································································································································· 60
Module list ··················································································································· 60
Group ··························································································································· 60
PLU Group ·················································································································· 63
PLU Hourly Group ······································································································· 64
Sort Group ··················································································································· 65
Departments ························································································································· 66
Module list ··················································································································· 66
Department ·················································································································· 66
Department Shift ········································································································· 69
Products ································································································································ 70
Module list ··················································································································· 70
PLU ······························································································································ 70
Selective PLU ·············································································································· 76
Menu Setting at PLU Programming ············································································ 77
PLU Happy Hour ········································································································· 78
PLU to Revenue Center ······························································································ 79
PLU Modifier ················································································································ 80
PLU Modifier Text ········································································································ 81
PLU Stock ··················································································································· 82
PLU Stock Add ············································································································ 83
PLU Stock Sub ············································································································ 84
Promotion ···················································································································· 85
Link PLU ······················································································································ 89
Combo ························································································································· 90
Set PLU ······················································································································· 93
PLU Menu ···················································································································· 94
Condiment List ············································································································ 98
Unformatted Barcode PLU Link ·················································································· 99
Learning ····················································································································· 100
Dynamic PLU ············································································································ 101
EAN Non PLU ··········································································································· 102
Tare Table ·················································································································· 103
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Recipe ································································································································· 104
Module list ················································································································· 104
Recipe ······················································································································· 104
Sales Item projection PLU ························································································ 105
Function ······························································································································ 106
Module List ················································································································ 106
(-) ······························································································································· 107
(-) Relationship ·········································································································· 108
% ································································································································ 109
% Relationship ·········································································································· 110
Group Discounts ········································································································ 111
Group Discount Subtotal Text ··················································································· 112
Free Text ···················································································································· 113
VIP ····························································································································· 114
Waste ························································································································· 115
No sale ······················································································································ 116
Deposit (+) ················································································································· 117
Deposit (-) (Deposit refund) ······················································································ 118
Received on Account (RA) ························································································ 119
Paid Out (PO) ············································································································ 120
Function Text ············································································································· 121
Payment ······························································································································ 124
Module list ················································································································· 124
Cash ·························································································································· 125
Check ························································································································ 127
Charge/Credit ············································································································ 129
Employee Charge ······································································································ 131
Customer Charge ······································································································ 133
Cashing a Check ······································································································· 135
Service ······················································································································· 137
Final ··························································································································· 139
Hotel Transfer ············································································································ 141
Check Change ··········································································································· 142
Cash Transfer ············································································································ 143
Negative # ················································································································· 144
Positive # ··················································································································· 145
Service Charge ·········································································································· 146
Gratuity ······················································································································ 147
Cash Tip ···················································································································· 148
Charge Tip ················································································································· 149
Tip Paid ····················································································································· 150
Tip Transfer ··············································································································· 151
System (in Tax) ·········································································································· 152
Tax ····························································································································· 153
Manual Tax ················································································································ 154
Subtotal VAT ·············································································································· 155
Tax Shift ····················································································································· 156
Conversion ················································································································ 157
Euro ··························································································································· 158
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Employee ···························································································································· 159
Module list ················································································································· 159
Employee ··················································································································· 160
Employee Function ··································································································· 163
Contactless Clerk Key ······························································································· 166
Time Edit ··················································································································· 167
Terminal Selection ····································································································· 168
Authority ···················································································································· 169
Authority Text ············································································································· 172
Commission ··············································································································· 173
Team Commission ····································································································· 174
Event Commission ···································································································· 175
Others ································································································································· 176
Module list ················································································································· 176
Drawer Alarm ············································································································· 176
Training Text ·············································································································· 177
Reason Codes ··········································································································· 178
Customer ···························································································································· 179
Module list ················································································································· 179
Customer ··················································································································· 179
Customer Function ···································································································· 180
Report Formats ··················································································································· 181
Module list ················································································································· 181
End of Day ················································································································· 181
End of Day Period 1 ·································································································· 182
End of Day Period 2 ·································································································· 183
End of Day Daily Reports ·························································································· 184
End of Day Reports Period 1 ···················································································· 185
End of Day Reports Period 2 ···················································································· 185
Starting Cash Memory ······························································································ 186
Compulsory Cash Declaration ·················································································· 187
POS Program Reports ········································································································ 188
Module list ················································································································· 188
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Key Programming ··············································································································· 189
Before starting key programming ························································································ 189
Command list ············································································································ 189
Outline for creating keys on screens ········································································ 190
Free key list ··············································································································· 191
Free key layout ··················································································································· 195
Screen selection mode ······························································································ 196
Key area editing mode ······························································································ 199
Key editing mode ······································································································ 203
Area Layout ························································································································ 207
Opening/Selecting/Editing area layout screen ························································· 208
Editing objects (tables) at a table layout screen ······················································· 210
Arranging/editing tables on the table layout window ················································ 212
Floor setting ··············································································································· 214
Screen Relationship ·································································································· 216
Macro key ··························································································································· 218
Programming a macro key ························································································ 219
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PLU Menu Key ···················································································································· 221
Before programming PLU Menu keys ······································································· 221
Programming keys linked to Menu keys ··································································· 222
Screen selection mode ······························································································ 223
PLU Menu selection mode ························································································ 224
Key editing mode ······································································································ 226
Condiment Key ··················································································································· 228
Before programming condiment keys ······································································· 228
Screen selection mode ······························································································ 229
Condiment selection mode ······················································································· 230
Key editing mode ······································································································ 231
Appearance Table ··············································································································· 233
Pop Up Window ·················································································································· 234
Compulsory Cash Keypad ·································································································· 235
Key Program Reports ········································································································· 236
Module List ················································································································ 236
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Floor Management ·············································································································· 237
Module list ················································································································· 237
Floor Plan ··························································································································· 238
Change Section Plan ·········································································································· 240
Change Table Attribute ······································································································· 242
Table Reservation ··············································································································· 244
Table Verification ················································································································· 246
Floor Management Reports ································································································ 247
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POS Device Programming ································································································· 248
Module list ················································································································· 248
Device Programming ·········································································································· 249
Selecting logical device ····························································································· 249
Programming for devices ·························································································· 252
Printer Definition ················································································································· 256
Scale ··································································································································· 259
Check Print Format ············································································································· 260
Logo Text ···························································································································· 261
POS Device Reports ··········································································································· 262
Module list ················································································································· 262
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Sales Reports ······················································································································ 263
Module list ················································································································· 263
Before viewing/printing sales reports ·················································································· 265
Viewing/Printing a target report ·························································································· 266
Report List ·························································································································· 268
Sales ·························································································································· 268
Customer ··················································································································· 272
Historical Report ········································································································ 273
Electronic Journal Report ·························································································· 275
Media ························································································································· 276
Employee ··················································································································· 277
Filter tab ···················································································································· 278
10 EURO Migration Function ·································································································· 280
Setting the date and time when the automatic EURO modification operation
should be executed ··································································································· 280
11 Barcode reading ·················································································································· 281
Item codes ················································································································· 281
Customer code ·········································································································· 281
Bill code ····················································································································· 281
Key code ···················································································································· 282
12 Magnetic card reading ········································································································ 283
Card Format ························································································································ 283
EFT card ···················································································································· 283
Customer card ··········································································································· 285
Employee Card ·········································································································· 285
Auto key Card ············································································································ 286
Macro key Card ········································································································· 286
Character Code ········································································································· 287
13 Network ································································································································ 289
System Configuration ········································································································· 289
Network function ················································································································· 290
DataServer ················································································································ 290
Network information management ············································································ 290
Terminal software version up ···················································································· 290
Date and Time setting ······························································································· 290
14 Backup System ··················································································································· 291
Outline ································································································································ 291
Normal operation ······································································································· 291
Operation if the POS server is down ········································································ 291
Backup POS server ··································································································· 292
Operation when the POS server outage is recovered ·············································· 293
Backup server operation ··························································································· 293
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1 Before Operating the POS
Server
Connecting peripherals
NOTE
For details of system configuration for a POS system, please refer to “Network” section.
In order to operate UP-X300 Back Office, you must connect a keyboard and a mouse applicable to the
UP-X300. For details of the applicable peripherals and the connection, please refer to UP-X300
HARDWARE manual.
Also to print programming reports and other setting data, an applicable printer must be connected to
your POS server.
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Operational restrictions on the Back Office
Your POS server categorizes the personnel who operate the Back Office as authority level shown
below, and an authority level is given to all of the functions that the Back Office provides. Personnel
can execute functions having the same or lower authority level. For example, when you are assigned to
an operator, you can execute functions having the authority level; operator.
The appearance of screens may vary depending on the authority level since the functions you can
execute are only provided.
From the highest level,
Administrator
Manager
Submanager
Supervisor
Operator
Also please note that the programming items displayed may vary depending on customers, since the
only items you are required to program may be displayed for easy viewing and setting.
Error Warning
• Memory full warning
When the memory capacity comes near full, the warning message “Insufficient Memory Please call
your supplier” will appear. Click [OK] to close the window. Then please call your supplier.
You can continue operation even after the warning message is displayed until the following memory
full error is displayed.
• Memory full error
When the memory capacity comes full, the error message “Error Memory Maximum Size Reached
Please call your supplier” will appear. Click [OK] to close the window. Then please call your supplier
immediately.
The Back Office operation is prohibited after the error message is displayed.
• Emergency lock clear
You may clear a locked status manually, such as closed transaction memory full status, T-Log memory
full status and EJ memory full status, by executing a Data Delete operation. Please refer to Data
Delete section for details.
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How to operate the POS Server
UP-X300 Back Office runs on the Windows CE operating system. Therefore the operating method is
basically the same as other Windows interfaces.
Basically the Back Office screen has two types of screens, screens for selecting a module, and screens
for setting parameters or executing a function. Commonly a menu bar is provided at the top of a
screen.
In this section, how to operate functions at screens for selecting module is explained. Operation at the
screens for setting parameters or executing functions is explained at each section.
When you have any error message, left-click a button appeared, also to close a pop-up window, leftclick the close box ([X]) that appears at the upper right corner of the window.
Please note that to “select ......” or “click ..........” means to “move the arrow to a target module, button or
column, etc. and left-click a mouse” in this manual.
After you make a log-in operation, the main screen will first appear.
Menu bar
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Module list window
Module icon window
■ Menu bar
Menu
Close box
This bar executes several commands appeared below each menu.
By moving the arrow using a mouse to a menu and left-clicking the menu, the command list will appear
below the menu. To execute a command, move the arrow to the command and left-click the command.
Command
For the menus having an underlined letter within parentheses, you can also execute the menu by
pressing the Alt key and the underlined letter.
For the commands having an underlined letter within parentheses, you can also execute the command
by pressing the underlined letter.
The close box can close a selected module or the Back Office.
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■ Module list window
Module names are listed in the window.
The modules having a square plus icon ([+]) mean that the
module has subsequent modules. When you left-click the icon,
the subsequent modules appear and the icon changes to a
square minus icon ([-]). By left-clicking the minus icon, the
subsequent modules are closed.
To execute a module, keep selecting a subsequent module.
The details of module list will be explained later in this section.
If all of the modules you opened cannot be displayed in the
window, and/or a full of module name cannot be displayed, a
bar will appear at the button and/or the right side. Click an
arrow or drag a bar appeared to scroll the window.
■ Module icon window
A module icon window consists of icons. The subsequent
module icons of the module selected in the module list window
appear in the window. You can select a module from this window. When the selected module has
subsequent modules, those module icons appear, or when not, the module window appear on the
screen.
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2 Starting the UP-X300
Back Office
Log-in/Log-out operation
When you start an operation of UP-X300 Back Office, firstly you must make your log-in operation.
■ Log-in
When the Back Office program is started, the login window will open.
Enter your ID number and password (displayed with asterisks), then click [OK]. The main screen will
open.
Login window
NOTE
When you click [EXIT], the Back Office program will be terminated.
■ Log-out
Select Logout from File menu, the main window and all module windows are closed.
Then the login window will open.
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Operation at the main screen
NOTE
Depending on your authority level, the menus and modules displayed varies. Therefore, not all menus
and modules may be displayed on the screen.
■ Menu bar list
File
Tools
Time Setting
Logout
Exit
Read Message
Send Message
Change Password
List of Operator
Operator’s Authority Level
POS Server Log Report
Operator List Report
Help
Help
About
Allows you to setup the date and time of the POS server.
Allows you to log-out.
Allows you to exit the POS server.
Allows you to read message for yourself.
Allows you to send messages to clerks operating POS servers and
operators of the POS server.
Allows you to change your password.
Allows you to view or edit operators data including authority level.
For administrators and managers only.
This command is for your dealer only.
Allows you to view or print a POS server log report.
Allows you to view or print an operator list report.
For administrators and managers only.
Opens the help window.
Opens the “About” window where copyright of the UP-X300 and
program version for each module are indicated.
■ Module list
Modules which equals your authority level are displayed in the module list window.
Therefore, not all of the modules shown in this manual are displayed.
When you first open the main screen after an log-in operation, the main modules only are displayed.
Please overview the list below to find what you can do with the Back Office.
Main modules
Store Management
Data Control
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Modules
Open Store
Close Store
End of Day
Backup (ALL)
Restore (ALL)
Program Backup
Program Restore
Upload Data from Terminal
Regenerate Terminal DB
Main modules
POS Programming*
Key Programming
Floor Management
POS Device Programming
Sales Reports*
Modules
System Setting
Groups
Departments
Products
Recipe
Function
Payment
Employee
Others
Customer
Report Formats
POS Program Reports
Free Key Layout
Area Layout
Screen Relationship
Macro Key
PLU Menu Key
Condiment Key
Appearance Table
Pop Up Window
Compulsory Cash Keypad
Key Program Reports
Floor Plan
Change Section Plan
Change Table Attribute
Table Reservation
Table Verification
Floor Management Reports
Device Programming
Printer Definition
Printer Layout
Scale
Check Print Format
Logo text
POS Device Reports
Sales
Customer
Historical Report
Electronic Journal Report
Media
Employee
* POS Programming and Sales Reports have other two subsequent modules. The details of the
modules are described in each chapter.
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■ Reading messages
In case there is a message for you, the following window may automatically open.
To read the message, click [Open]. The message window will open.
To close the window, click [Cancel].
To print the message, click [Print].
To delete the message, click [Delete].
NOTE
When you select Read Message from Tool menu, you can open the message window.
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■ Sending messages to clerks
You can send messages to clerks who operate POS servers and operators of the POS server.
Select Send Message form Tool menu, the following window will open.
Click the target clerks and/or operators, and enter message for them. Click [OK] to send the messages.
NOTE
When a message buffer for a clerk/operator is full, buffer full error will occur.
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■ Changing your password
It is recommended to change your password regularly.
To change your password, select Change Password from Tool menu. The following window will open.
Enter your old and new passwords, and new password again to confirm your new password, then click
[OK]. Please note all characters you enter may be displayed using asterisks to prevent them from being
read by others.
NOTE
The password is fixed to the entry of 8 digits.
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■ Viewing/editing list of operators
Selecting List of Operator from Tool menu allows you to view and edit the list of operators of the Back
Office.
You can view or edit the operator ID, Operator’s authority level and password of the selected operator.
For editing them, you should have a higher level of authority.
To edit, select a target operator, and click [EDIT]. To add new operator, click [NEW]. The following
window will open. Edit necessary parameters.
To delete an operator, select a target operator, and click [DELETE]. The confirmation window will open.
Select [YES] to delete. To cancel, select [NO].
To view or print the list, select [View] or [Print].
To close the window, select [OK].
In case you made any change, the confirmation window will open. To save the change, select [YES].
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■ Printing/Displaying a POS server log report or a operator list report
Selecting POS Server Log Report or Operator List Report from Tool menu allows you to view or print
each report.
To view a report, select [View], and to print, select [Print]. For more information about viewing/printing,
please refer to “Viewing/Printing programming settings” section.
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■ Editing date and time
Selecting Time Setting from File menu allows you to edit date and time.
When you select the command, the following window will open.
Click the target date, or edit the time. Then click [OK].
To cancel, click [CANCEL].
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3 Store Management
■ Module list
Store Management
Open Store
Close Store
End of Day
Open Store
When the open store operation is performed at the POS server, the POS system is opened and the
registration function becomes available at all the POS terminals in the POS system.
To execute an open store operation, select Open Store from Store Management. The following window
will open. To execute, select [YES]. To cancel, select [NO].
Close Store
When the close store operation is performed at the POS server, the POS system is closed and the
registration function becomes unavailable at all the POS terminals in the POS system. It should be
noted that for the close store operation, all the POS terminals must be in their SIGN-OFF state. After
this operation, the communications between the POS server and POS terminals which have been
enabled with the open store operation are disabled. The POS server, however, can download preset
data and reset the sales data at POS terminals.
In the close store state, operation at POS terminals are invalid.
To execute an close store operation, select Close Store from Store Management. The following
window will open. To execute, select [YES]. To cancel, select [NO].
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End of Day
The end of day function allows you to compile information from the day and direct the information to the
various report files, such as daily, weekly and monthly reports.
There are three types of end of day function:
• Daily end of day
• Periodic 1 end of day
• Periodic 2 end of day
Those operation can be executed automatically by programming. To execute manually, select End of
Day from Store Management. The following window will open.
Check the target functions, and click [OK].
To cancel, click [CANCEL].
NOTE
If any open tables(checks) exist on a terminal, the following window will appear.
To cancel the execution, select Abort End of Day.
To wait the execution until the open tables are closed, select Waiting to execute End of Day. Your
machine goes into the waiting mode.
To continue to execute End of Day, select Force to execute End of Day.
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4 Data Control
■ Module list
Data Control
Backup (ALL)
Restore (ALL)
Program Backup
Program Restore
Upload Data from Terminal
Regenerate Terminal DB
Backup (ALL)
The Backup (ALL) operation saves all of the Back Office database and terminal database on the Back
Office in CSV files.
Select Backup from Data Control, the backup window will open. Enter a desired backup filename.
(Default file name: yyyymmdd_hhmm <yyyy:year/mm:month/dd:day/hh: hour/mm:minute)
Restore (ALL)
The Restore (ALL) operation loads all of the Back Office database data and terminal database data
from the backup file to the Back Office.
Select Restore from Data Control, the restore window will open. Select a desired backup filename.
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Program Backup
Selecting Program Backup from Data Control allows you to backup the POS programming data to the
backup file. You can execute the following functions at the window opened.
• Changing a backup file name (Default file name:yyyymmdd_hhmm <yyyy:year/mm:month/
dd:day/hh:hour/mm:minute)
• Deleting old backup files
• Executing a backup operation
Program Restore
Selecting Program Restore from Data Control allows you to restore all POS programming data from a
backup file. You can execute the following functions at the window opened.
• Selecting a backup file
• Deleting a backup file
• Executing a restore operation
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Upload Data from Terminal
Selecting Upload Data from Terminal from Data Control allows you to load programming data from
several terminals to the Back Office.
When you select Upload Data from Terminal, a terminal selection window will open. Select a terminal or
several POS terminals, and click [UPLOAD] key. The confirmation window asking if you want to
overwrite Back Office programming data will open. Select [Yes] or [No]. When you select [Yes], an
upload operation is executed.
CAUTION
The programming data stored in terminals is a part of back office programming data. Therefore you
may only restore the part of programming data.
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Regenerate Terminal DB
Selecting Regenerate Terminal DB from Data Control allows you to regenerate terminal data base.
When you select Regenerate Terminal DB, the following window will open.
Specify the target terminal, then click [OK].
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5 POS Programming
Before starting POS Programming
POS Programming module allows you to do the necessary programming for your POS system.
In this section, general guidance for POS programming is given. Please read through this section
before starting POS programming.
■ POS Programming module list
Please overview the POS Programming modules listed below.
Programming authority level:
Every programming item has its authority level; administrator, supervisor, manager, sub-manager and
operator from the highest. The personnel having the same authority level or higher than the setting can
set or change the parameter of the setting. For the authority levels, abbreviation is applied in this
chapter, therefore please refer to the following notation.
Notation used in the tables in this section
ADM:
SPV:
MA:
SMA:
OPE:
Administrator
Supervisor
Manager
Sub-manager
Operator
System Setting
Administrator
Supervisor
Revenue center
Groups
Departments
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Group
PLU Group
PLU Hourly Group
Sort Group
Department
Department Shift
System
Terminal
Edit Mode
Programming Restrictions
Euro Status
Data Delete
Z Counter
Grand Totals
Terminal
Maintenance Data List
Dynamic PLU Load
Revenue center
Revenue Table Areas
Time Zone
Products
Recipe
Function
Payment
*1
PLU
Selective PLU
Menu Setting at PLU Programming
PLU Happy Hour
PLU to Revenue center
PLU Modifier
PLU Modifier Text
PLU Stock
PLU Stock Add
PLU Stock Sub
Promotion
Link PLU
Combo
Set PLU
PLU Menu
Condiment List
Unformatted Barcode PLU Link
Learning
Dynamic PLU
EAN Non-PLU
Tare Table
Recipe
Sales Item projection PLU
(-)
(-) Relationship
%
% Relationship
Group Discounts
Group Discount Subtotal Text
Free Text
VIP
Waste
No Sale
Deposit (+)
Deposit (-)
Received on Account
Paid Out
Function Text
Finalization
Cash
Check
Charge/Credit
Employee Charge
Customer Charge
Cashing a Check
Service
Final
Hotel Transfer
Check Change
Cash Transfer
Negative #
Positive #
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Payment
Service Charge
Gratuity
Tip
Tax
Employee
Others
Customer
Report Formats
POS Program Reports
*1
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Conversion
Euro
Employee
Employee Function
Contactless Clerk Key
Time Edit
Terminal Selection
Authority
Authority Text
Commission
Cash Tip
Charge Tip
Tip Paid
Tip Transfer
System
Tax
Manual Tax
Subtotal VAT
Tax Shift
Commission
Team Commission
Event Commission
Drawer Alarm
Training Text
Reason Codes
Customer
Customer Function
End of Day
End of Day Period 1
End of Day Period 2
End of Day Daily Reports
End of Day Reports Period 1
End of Day Reports Period 2
Starting Cash Memory
Compulsory Cash Declaration
POS Programming
Programming Restriction
Maintenance Data List
Please note that PLU codes are provided to program each selling product. Barcodes, which the
POS terminal can read, are treated as PLU codes while PLU codes must be assigned for
unformatted barcodes.
For details of barcodes, please refer to “Barcode reading” section.
■ Parameter setting method - Grid type editor and Card type editor
For setting parameters for programming, the grid type editor or the card type editor will be displayed.
Grid type editor
If the selected module is a grid type, such as PLU and Employee, grid type editor will open. From the
grid type editor, you can open card type editor by double-click at the target No. column.
When arrows appear at the bottom of window, it means there are more programming items.
1.
2.
3.
If necessary, click [New] to create new data. Default parameters are automatically set.
Set parameters. Please refer to “For the parameter settings” described later.
Click [OK] to complete settings. The confirmation window will appear to ask you if you want to
save the change. Click [YES] to save, [NO] to cancel new settings, or [CANCEL] to return to the
setting window.
When [YES] or [NO] is selected, the machine returns to the command selection window.
To cancel setting, click [CANCEL]. In case you made any change, the confirmation window opens.
Click [YES] to delete the change.
To delete the whole settings for the no., Select the target column number, and click [Del].
To view or print the programming setting, click [View] or [Print]. For more information about
viewing/printing programming setting, please refer to the “Viewing/Printing programming settings”
section.
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Card type editor
If the selected option is not a record type, card type editor will open.
To display a card type editor window, double-click the No. column in the grid type editor.
When arrows appear at the tab area it means there are more programming items.
Tab
1.
2.
3.
4.
Programming item information
Click a target tab, its programming items will appear.
Set parameters. Please refer to “For the parameter settings” described later.
Repeat the steps 1 and 2 for the tabs you want to set.
Click [OK] to complete settings. When the module has the grid type editor, the machine returns to
the editor. When not, the machine shows the confirmation window to ask you if you save the
change. Click [YES] to save, [NO] to cancel new settings, or [CANCEL] to return to the setting
window returns to the command selection window.
To cancel setting, click [CANCEL].
To view or print the programming setting, click [View] or [Print]. For more information about
viewing/printing programming setting, please refer to the “Viewing/Printing programming settings”
section.
NOTE
In this manual, tab names are indicated at the columns of Category in the programming lists.
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For the parameter settings
Basic operational method to enter or selecting parameters are explained below.
• How the cursor moves
Basically you can move the cursor using the arrow key, while the following key operations result in
moving cursor.
Home;
Ctrl+Home;
to the beginning of a line
to the beginning of the grid
• How to select cells
An area of a parameter is called a cell. To enter or select parameters, firstly you must select the cells.
You can select a cell and multiple cells as follows:
To select a single cell:
Move the arrow key to the target cell, and click the cell.
To move the next (up/down/next/previous) cell, press the corresponding
arrow key.
To select a range of cells: Move the arrow key to the first cell of the target range, and click the cell,
then drag to the last cell or hold down the Shift key and click the last cell in
the range.
To select an entire row:
Click the row heading.
To select an entire column: Click the column heading.
• How to enter or select a parameter on a cell
To edit a parameter, double-click the target cell first.
For setting parameters, you have three kinds of cell types; alphanumeric entry type, item selection type
and color selection type.
For entering alphanumeric characters
Enter alphanumeric characters using the keyboard. You can use the following keys for entry.
Alphanumeric keys:
Left/Right keys:
Insert key:
Delete/Backspace key:
Esc:
Tab/Shift+Tab:
Enter/Shift+Enter:
To enter alphanumeric characters
To move character cursor
To insert characters
To delete one character
To exit cell entry operation without changing data
To exit cell entry operation with changing data
To exit cell entry operation with changing data
For selecting items
In the cell, a drop menu button is shown. Click the cell, the drop menu will open. Then select a
parameter.
For department or PLU selection, Department Selection or PLU Selection window will open when you
double-click the cell. In the window, the list of department or PLU texts (names) is displayed. Select a
name. You can use search function if necessary.
For selecting a color
When clicking a cell to specify a color, the color window will open. Click the target color and click [OK].
The color will be set.
To create custom colors, click [Define].
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How to display the card type editor window
Double-click the leftmost column of the target (No. column).
• How to edit parameters in the grid type editor
You can use the following commands in the Edit menu for editing parameters. Also the same
commands can be executed by using command buttons appeared on the screen. For details, please
refer to the following page.
Delete
Copy
Paste
Find
To delete a parameters on the selected cell
You can also execute a deletion by pressing the Delete key.
To copy the selected cell
You can copy a cell to multiple cells, while you cannot copy to a different row in the
combo meal setting.
You can also execute a copy by pressing Ctrl + Insert keys.
To paste copied parameters at the selected cells
You can also execute a paste by pressing Shift + Insert keys.
To find a target cell.
• Changing a column width
Drag the boundary on the right side of the column heading until the column has the width you want.
• Specifying the cursor behavior
Selecting Cursor behavior from Tool menu allows you to specify how the cursor moves when Enter key
is pressed; up, down, right and left.
• Creating new data with range specification
Selecting Range in File menu allows you to make a range setting for new data.
(The command button displayed on the screen operates the same function.)
• Sorting rows based on the contents of one column
Select a column you want to sort by, and select Tools, Sort and Ascending/Descending in this order.
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When you open each menu, some of the following command buttons may appear for easier setting as
shown in the following sample screen. Please refer below for the function of each button, and click a
desirable button when necessary.
OK
CANCEL
To save the data you edited. When the select [OK], the confirmation window will open.
Select [YES] to save. The setting screen will close after saving the data. Select [NO] to
delete the change. Select [CANCEL] to cancel.
To cancel the data you edited. When you select [CANCEL], the confirmation window
will open. Select [YES] to delete the change. The screen will close without saving the
data you edited. Select [NO] to return to the screen.
View
Print
To view the settings. Please refer to Viewing/Printing programming settings section.
To print the settings. Please refer to Viewing/Printing programming settings section.
Undo
Redo
To cancel the entry you just entered.
To cancel “Undo”.
Hide
To hide the selected columns (row). Select the column(s) to hide, and click [Hide].
The selected columns are hidden. To make the screen reappear, click [Appear].
Please note that the setting is kept after you exit the Back Office, and also all columns
are displayed in the card type editor.
To reappear the hidden columns.
The hidden columns list will appear. Click the columns you want to make appear, and
click [OK].
Appear
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Range
To make a range settings for department, PLU and dynamic PLU settings. New data is
created. *1
To create a new data, such as to create a new PLU code.
To delete the selected data. Click the No. column of the target PLU to delete entire data
of the line.
New
Del
NEXT PLU BLOCK To display next 1000 PLUs. The details are described in the section PLU.
*1
When you select “Range”, the following window will open. Enter start code and end
code using the keyboard connected to your POS server, and click [OK]. To cancel,
click [CANCEL].
In the Card Type editor, the icon [PLU SELECT] will be displayed at a parameter cell to prompt you
select a PLU. When you select “PLU Select”, the following window will open.
Enter a part of PLU name at the column of Search Text, and click Search.
To find a PLU by PLU Menu, click the arrow at PLU Menu column, and click Search.
In case not specifying a PLU, click Not Specified.
To chancel, click Cancel.
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■ Priority of programming setting
Each PLU (item) should belong to a department and each department should belong to a group.
For programming, some parameters commonly appear in the PLU, PLU Menu, Department, Group
programming. If you program a parameter in Group programming, the setting affects all departments
belonging to the group; and all PLUs belonging to the departments. However, the priority that your POS
system refers are PLU, PLU Menu, Department, Group from the highest. Therefore, in case a
parameter is set in Group and PLU programming, for example, the parameter set in the PLU has the
priority.
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Viewing/Printing programming settings
When [View] or [Print] is selected on a programming setting window, the following window will open.
In case it is required to set a range, for example PLU codes, an window to specify the range will appear.
Specify the range, and click [OK].
Filter (range)
setting
Refresh
Print (Printing)
Exit (EXIT)
Filter
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Updates parameters.
Prints programming settings.
Exits from the window.
When you must specify a range for viewing, [Filter] will be displayed so that you can
change the filter setting.
Opening the POS Programming module
When you select POS Programming module on the main menu, the main menu of the POS
programming will appear.
Double click a module on the left window or click a module icon in the icon window. Keep selecting a
module until the lowest module is selected. The grid type editor or card type editor for the selected
option will open. Start necessary programming.
For details of parameters in each module, please refer to each module section. For the description of
programming items, a table may be shown. For the abbreviation of authority level, please refer to “POS
Programming module list” section.
For better understanding for POS programming items, please firstly read through POS Terminal
Instruction Manual.
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System Setting
■ Module list
System Setting
Administrator
System
Terminal
Edit Mode
Programming Restrictions
Euro Status
Data Delete
Closed Transaction Delete
Non Accessed Customer Delete
Non Accessed PLU Delete
T-Log Data Delete
Operation/EJ Delete
Clear Table Status
Clear Sign On Status
Supervisor
Revenue center
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Z Counter
Grand Totals
Terminal
Maintenance Data List
Dynamic PLU Load
Revenue center
Revenue Table Areas
Time Zone
■ System
Selecting System from Administrator of System Setting allows you to setup system settings.
System Setting/Administrator/System
Category
Log
Message
Display
Report
Authority Item
ADM
Back Office Log
ADM
Message is displayed automatically
at Time In entry
ADM
Appearance
ADM
Prompt at Void of Total Check
ADM
Table Service Total Time
ADM
Table Cleaning Time
ADM
Locking of registration operation
after individual clerk
ADM
Printing of report
ADM
Addition to the hourly total in VOID mode
ADM
Resetting of the consecutive No.
in EOD (daily)
ADM
Resetting of the GT in EOD (daily)
ADM
Resetting of the Balance GT
in EOD (daily)
ADM
Clearing of TIP totalizer at clerk
clear report
ADM
Updating of sales Q’ty by VIP sales
ADM
Credit totalizer update if RA/PO
finalization by Credit
ADM
Employee Sales data
ADM
Printing Void Mode/Mgr Void at Z1 mode
ADM
Printing Void Mode/Mgr Void at Z2 mode
ADM
Printing Void Mode/Mgr Void at Z3 mode
ADM
Zero Skip
ADM
Hourly Report Start time
ADM
Printing of misoperation item on
CLERK report
Parameter
Logging / Not Logging
Yes / No
(Select from the drop menu.)
Appear / Not
(Minutes) (0-9999)
(Minutes) (0-9999)
Enable / Disable
Journal only / Report & Journal
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Total / Detail
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
00:00 - 23:59
Print/Non-print
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■ Terminal (Administrator module)
When you select Terminal from Administrator of System Setting module, the grid type editor will
open.
For each POS terminal which your POS server controls, set the following items.
System Setting/Administrator/Terminal
Category
Terminal
Authority
ADM
ADM
ADM
Item
Terminal Number
Terminal Name
Terminal Kind
Network
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
IP Address
Subnet mask
Default Revenue center
Default Area #
Key touch sound
Wall paper for terminal
(\Windows\UP-X300\)
Screen saver waiting time
Location
Keyboard
Display
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
Error
Tax
Printer
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
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Start up secret code
Executing screen saver
(Select windows screen saver *.SCR)
Default Receipt Window
Display of Clerk code at option
customer display
Error System
Auto Tax Shift
G.C. Copy
SORTED RECEIPT
ADM
ADM
ADM
Receipt Printer ADM
Paper near-end check
Action to be taken when the machine is
locked by the paper near-end check
Footer print control
LINK PLU text printing
Set / Combo PLU text printing
Contents of after-transaction receipt
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
Journal Printer ADM
Copy receipt function
Receipting at the time of no sale
Printing of ST
Printing of MDSE ST
Conversion ST printing of native ST
Journal selective
Parameter
(1-9999)
16 characters text
(PC Server / POS Server /
Backup Server / Client)
(xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
(xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)
Revenue Center (1-5)
Area #
Yes / No
(file name)
(minutes)
(1 - 99 / 0 : 100 minutes)
0000 - 9999
(file name)
Summary / Expanded
Yes / No
Misoperation / Lock error only
Tax shift # (0 : not shift)
Details / Total only
Sorted Receipt / Normal
Receipt
Yes / No
Paper replacement / CL key
At Media key / All receipts
Only parent PLU / All tied PLU
Only parent PLU / All tied PLU
print of all items
/ Print of total amount alone
Enable / Disable
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Category
Bill Printer
Authority Item
ADM
Compulsory Bill print system
ADM
ADM
Validation Printer ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
SORTED PRINTING ON BILL
Copy of the Bill Contents is printed
on Journal
(If it is set to “No”, the Bill is printed
on only Bill/Receipt.)
Item print on Bill
Printing of TAX contents in Bill
Printing of PLU on Bill when it is 0
GLU finalize after ordering
Bill print on SLIP PRINTER
Bill print on RECEIPT PRINTER
Intermediate GLU Reading print
on SLIP PRINTER
Intermediate GLU Reading print
on RECEIPT PRINTER
Override VP
Item VP
Refund Validation printing
Return Validation printing
(-) Validation printing
CA/CHK Validation printing
RA Validation printing
PO Validation printing
TIP In / TIP PAID Validation printing
Contents of total VP amount
VP message printing
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
Number of times of VP
Manual weight entry for normal sale
For Refund/Return manual entry
Available most least digit of weight
Scale entry system
Entry of tare
Preset Database download method
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
Scale
Database
Parameter
Compulsory for Table
/ Compulsory for ever entry /
According to each media’s preset
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Detail / Total only
Yes / No
Disable / Enable
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Enable / Disable
Disable / Enable
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
Tendered amount / Total Amount
Check, Charge & Credit
/ Check Only
0-9
Enable / Refund, Return only
[SCALE] key / [X] key
0,5 only / Any Value
Auto / Manual
Allowed / Disallowed
Auto / “UPDATE” key from
terminal
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Category
Authority Item
End of Session ADM
Automatic End of Session
(Automatic End of Session is
executed if “Yes” is selected)
ADM
Time for automatic End of Session *1
ADM
Printer error at the End of Session reports
ADM
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Registration after End of Session *2
Parameter
Yes / No
00 : 00 - 23 : 59
Abort End of Session
/ Ignore printer error
Enable / Disable
*1
This is the time when Session of Day is processed. This option is effective when “Yes” is selected
at the “Automatic End of Session”.
*2
You can select to execute the registration enable or disable after executing the End of Session.
When “Disable” is selected, registration can’t execute before the End of Day is executed at the
Back Office.
When “Enable” is selected, you can execute registration before the End of Day is executed.
■ Edit Mode
For the parameters you set or change in the POS Programming module, there are two edit modes,
programming mode and maintenance mode.
You should first specify an edit mode before you start programming. When you select Edit Mode, the
edit mode selection window will open.
Programming mode
The parameters you will change directly affects the data base of your Back Office.
Maintenance mode
The parameters you will change are saved in the maintenance file. The data will be downloaded to the
data base by either executing a download operation manually in the Maintenance Data List module or
setting a date and time for downloading.
NOTE
You can control and download the maintenance data on the Maintenance Data List in Supervisor of
System Setting module.
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■ Programming Restrictions
You can change authority levels of PLU, PLU Happy Hour, Set PLU and Combo among operators,
supervisors and submanagers.
When you select Programming Restrictions from Administrator of System Setting module, the
following window will open.
Click the target column to restrict the function. “o” appears for the restricted function.
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■ Euro Status
When your country introduces EURO currency, you can change EURO status to suit the stages that
EURO is introduced. Prior to program EURO status, firstly refer to the EURO Migration Operation
section. The details of EURO migration procedure is described.
When you select Euro Status from Administrator of System Setting module, the following window will
open.
Review the current euro status, and select a new euro status. Then click [OK] to change to that status.
To exit, click [CANCEL].
NOTE
Please note that the selectable status for New Euro Status is as follows:
Current status
A
B
C
D
Selectable status
A
B
C
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
D
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
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■ Closed Transaction Delete
Closed transaction data is deleted.
When you select Closed Transaction Delete from Data Delete of System Setting - Administrator, the
confirmation window will open. Click [YES] to delete closed transaction data.
■ Non Accessed Customer Delete
Customer codes which has not been accessed for the preset period since the last accessed date (year
and month) are deleted.
When you select Non Accessed Customer Delete from Data Delete of System Setting - Administrator,
the confirmation window will open. Click [YES] to delete non accessed customer codes. The customer
codes satisfying the following formula will be deleted.
Deleting operation execution date = last accessed date + preset period + 1
Ex. Executing a deleting operation on August(1-31) of 2005/Preset period: 12 months
Last accessed date
June (1-30) of 2004 ➞ Deleted
July (1-31) of 2004 ➞ Deleted
August (1-31) of 2004 ➞ Not deleted
■ Non Accessed PLU Delete
This operation is effective only when the delete method is set to manual.
PLUs which are preset as deleted codes and have never registered for the preset period are deleted
when you select Non Accessed PLU Delete from Data Delete of System Setting - Administrator, the
confirmation window will open. Click [YES] to delete non accessed PLUs.
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■ T-Log Data Delete
T-Log data is deleted.
When you select T-Log Data Delete from Data Delete of System Setting - Administrator, the
confirmation window will open. Click [YES] to delete the T-Log data. The data deleted is saved to the
programmed directory.
NOTE
Depending on programming, the data is deleted automatically when End of Day operation is executed.
■ Operation/EJ Delete
Operation log data and electronic journal (EJ) data is deleted.
When you select Operation/EJ Delete from Data Delete of System Setting - Administrator, the
confirmation window will open. Click [YES] to delete the operation log data and electronic journal (EJ)
data. The data deleted is saved to the programmed directory.
NOTE
Depending on programming, the data is deleted automatically when End of Day operation is executed.
■ Clear Table Status
The status of all tables can be cleared.
When you select Clear Table Status from Data Delete of System Setting - Administrator, the
confirmation window will open. Click [YES] to clear table status.
■ Clear Sign On Status
The sign-on status of all clerks can be cleared.
When you select Clear Sign On Status from Data Delete of System Setting - Administrator, the
confirmation window will open. Click [YES] to clear sign-on status.
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■ Z Counter
You can set each counter number of the following Z counters for the system and for each POS terminal.
System Setting/Administrator/Z counter (for system and each Terminal)
Category
Number
Z Counter
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Authority
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
Item
Terminal Number
Transaction Z1
Transaction Z2
Transaction Z3
PLU Hourly Z1
PLU Hourly Z2
PLU Hourly Z3
Clerk Z1
Clerk Z2
Clerk Z3
Hourly Z1
Hourly Z2
Hourly Z3
PLU Z1
PLU Z2
PLU Z3
Open Table Z1
Daily Summary Z2
Dept Z1
Dept Z2
Dept Z3
Parameter
(1-9999/ 0: system)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
(Integer) (0-9999)
■ Ground Totals
You can set each counter number of the following ground total counters for each POS terminal.
GT1 counter number is obtained by the formula, GT1 = GT2 - GT3.
System Setting/Administrator/Grand Totals (for each Terminal)
Category
Grand Total
Authority
ADM
ADM
Item
Terminal Number
GT2
ADM
GT3
ADM
Training GT
Parameter
(1-9999)
(0-9999999999999)13 digits (Decimal point
position: according to tab)
(0-9999999999999)13 digits (Decimal point
position: according to tab)
(0-9999999999999)13 digits (Decimal point
position: according to tab)
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■ Terminal (Supervisor module)
Selecting Terminal from Supervisor of System Setting module allows you to set up the following items
for terminals.
System Setting/Supervisor/Terminal
Category
Message
Drawer
CID
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Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Scroll message for terminal
Scroll message for terminal : font
Scroll message for terminal : font color
Scroll message for customers
Scroll message for customers waiting time
Drawer open at clerk SIGN ON/OFF
Drawer close
No sale, EX drawer open
Clerk drawer assignment
Sentinel(Warning amount of cash in drawer)
Parameter
(64 characters text)
(font name)
(color)
(64 characters text)
1-999 (sec.) (0:Not displayed)
Yes / No
Compulsory / Non compulsory
Allowed / Disallowed
Compulsory / Inhibit
(amount)
■ Maintenance Data List
When you select Maintenance Data List from Supervisor of System Setting module, you can open the
maintenance data list where you can control maintenance data and execute a download operation.
Date
Time
Action
Programming item
Keys
DOWNLOAD
SELECT ALL
CLEAR
OK
CANCEL
View
Print
Double click a date cell to open a calendar, then enter a new date.
Double click a time cell, then enter a new time.
NEW is displayed for newly created data.
MODIFIER is displayed for modified data.
The card type editor for the selected item will open.
Operation
After selecting several programming items, click [DOWNLOAD]. The download
command is executed. Selected items are downloaded and deleted from
maintenance data list regardless the programming date and time.
To select all maintenance data, click [SELECT ALL].
To clear data selection you did, click [CLEAR].
To save the change you did, click [OK]. The confirmation window will open. Click
[YES] to save the change. The change becomes effective.
To cancel the change you did, click [CANCEL].
To view the list, click [View].
To print the list, click [Print].
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■ Dynamic PLU Load
In case the dynamic PLU file is opened in the POS server, PLU codes and other data registered using
learning function are stored in the dynamic PLU file.
The data stored in the dynamic PLU file can be loaded to the PLU master file by selecting Dynamic
PLU Load. When you select Dynamic PLU Load, the confirmation window will open. Click [YES] to
download PLU data stored in the dynamic PLU file.
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■ Revenue center
Selecting Revenue center from Revenue center of System Setting module allows you to program
functions which are set for each revenue center.
System Setting/Revenue center/Revenue center (for each Revenue center (1-n))
Category
Number
Text
Consecutive #
Grouping
Function
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Revenue center Number
Revenue center Name
Consecutive #
Transaction #
Bill #
Hash
Non-turnover
Minus Department
Split Pricing
Split pricing counting
PLU price look up at refund entry
Change of entry amount by with / without
Multiple-time discount entries within
a single transaction *1
Modifier key entry
SMA
Void totalizer
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Selection of RA systems
Media entry type of PO selection
Service charge is contained in ST
Inclusion of tax in base amount of
service charge
Item entry that causes the merchandise
subtotal to be negative
TIP PAID includes CASH TIP
Subtotal entry before tender
Subtotal entry before direct
non-tendering finalization
Direct Non-tendering finalization after
previous tender entry
Non-turnover including VAT
Condiment table entry method
Execute Condiment table #1-4999
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
*1
Parameter
(Integer) (1-5)
30 Characters text
(8 digits Integer)
(8 digits Integer)
(8 digits Integer)
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Yes / No
Package / Quantity
Yes / No
Yes / No
Allowed / Disallowed
Before original PLU
/ After original PLU
All Void for items are reported
/ The Void for printed items
are only reported
Cash alone / Mixed entry
Cash only entry / Mixed entry
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Compulsory / Non compulsory
Compulsory / Non compulsory
Enable / Disable
IN. VAT / EX. VAT
Single / Multi
Yes / No
This programming is common to (-) discount and % discount.
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Category
Media
Clerk
Guest check
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Sales Included in TEFRA
Finalization by charge when ST <= 0
Tendering which is smaller than the
sales amount
Cashing a Check
Entry of clerk # compulsory
(code entry)
When real clerk key is taken out
SMA
Overlapped clerk
SMA
SMA
Clerk # display
Commission system
SMA
SMA
SMA
Clear Floor Plan at End of Day
Guest check Bill printing
Guest check No. and clerk No.
confirmation
Clerk/Transaction resetting with
open Table
Compulsory entry of the number
of guests
When no Guest entry
(Calculation method of Guest number
totalizer)
Table compulsory
Reservation alarm time
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Closed
Transaction
Error
Display
Registration
screen
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SMA
SMA
Indirect void entry at GLU Re-order
GLU finalize before
Intermediate Bill
GLU total remains with original server
Closed Transaction
SMA
Recall by
SMA
Error Display
SMA
Error Display clear time
(at non-acknowledge)
Separation line “----”
SMA
Parameter
Yes / No
Always / Inhibit
Disable / Enable
Disable / Enable
Every Transaction
/ Redesignation
Transaction finalized
/ Transaction in progress
Overlapped clerk
/ Normal entry
Appear / Hidden
Individual Commission
/ Team Commission
/ Event Commission
Yes / No
Compulsory / Non compulsory
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Compulsory / Allowed / Inhibit
Count up 1 / no change
Yes / No
(minutes)
(1 - 99 / 0 : not use)
Disable / Enable
Disable / Enable
Yes / No
All transactions
/ Guest check only
Bill number
/ Transaction number
Acknowledge
/ Non-acknowledge
(Seconds)
(0-9999)
Yes / No
■ Revenue Table Areas
Selecting Revenue Table Areas of Revenue Center in System Setting Module allows you to select
tables available to use for each area allocated in the Area Layout module in the Key Programming.
For details of Area Layout module, please refer to Area Layout section.
When you select Revenue Table Areas, the following window will open.
Terminal tab
Area tab
Selected terminal is shown here.
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On the terminal tab, select a target terminal. Then on the area tab, select an area of a revenue center.
The tables allocated in the area will shown at the right side.
Check box
Click tables to be used for the selected area. A blue frame is shown for the selected table.
To select all tables, just click [All Select].
To release all tables, just click [Release Select].
A check mark appears at the check box if selected tables exist in the area.
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■ Time Zone
For the sales by a time zone (1 to 5), program the following items in Time Zone of Revenue center in
System Setting module.
Time zone #5 is treated as standard time zone. You cannot change the time zone number.
• Preset unit price for time zone 1-5
• Availability of entry of zero price for time zone 1-5 preset prices
System Setting / Revenue center / Time Zone
(for each Revenue center (1-n)), each Time Zone (1-5))
Category
Time Zone
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Revenue center Number
Time Zone Number
Normal Text
(Time Zone Name)
Start Time
End Time
Parameter
(Integer)(1-5)
(Integer)(1-5)
30 Characters text
00:00 - 23:59
00:00 - 23:59
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Groups
■ Module list
Groups
Group
PLU Group
PLU Hourly Group
Sort Group
■ Group
Each PLU item should belong to a department, and each department should belong to a group to issue
a sales report for the group. In the Groups programming, you can program the following items for each
group. If no setting for the item is done in the PLU and department programming, the POS system
refers to the setting done in this group programming.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Group text - Normal text/Display text/Key text/KP text/KP bitmap text
Sign: Positive(+)/Negative(-)
Department type: Gift/Gift Reload/Hash/Normal
Non-turnover: Yes/No
Commission group 1-9
Discount group 1-9: Please refer to Group Discount section.
Sort group for KP receipt: 0 - 9
Stage group: Appetizer/Main dish/Dessert/Others
According to the specified stage group, the table stage icon is displayed.
HALO:
(High Amount Lock Out) This setting prevents any entry which amount is higher than
specified.
LALO:
(Low Amount Lock Out) This setting prevents any entry which amount is lower than
specified
Key setting - background color/font color/graphic image appeared on the key
SIF/SICS/Normal
Taxable status for tax 1 - 10
Availability of VIP sale (VIP 1 - 3)
Please refer to the VIP section.
Availability of repeat round sale
Receipt type: Double/Single
Availability of compulsory item validation printing
Kitchen Printer (KP) printer settings
Specification of KP print stations 1-9
KP printer receipt type selection
Priority group for KP 0-9
Priority printer
KP print color
Auto delay time setting for hold & go function (KP printer)
Printing on clerk report
Availability of scale entry
Tare table number
Kitchen Video Monitor (KVM) control character
Groups / Group (for each Group (1-n))
Category
Number
Text
Grouping
Price
Payment
Others
Printer
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Group Number
Normal item Text
Display Text
Key Text
KP Text 1
KP Text 2
KP Bitmap Text
Sign
Department Type
SMA
SMA
Non-turnover
Commission group
SMA
Discount group 1 through 9
SMA
Sort Group
SMA
Stage Group *1
SMA
HALO
SMA
LALO
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SIF/SICS
Taxable 1 through 10
VIP 1 sales
VIP 2 sales
VIP 3 sales
Repeat rounds
Receipt Type *1
SMA
SMA
Compulsory item validation printing
Print station (KP) 1 through 9
Parameter
(Integer) (1-99)
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
+/GIFT / GIFT RELOAD / HASH
/ NORMAL
Yes / No
Commission group #
(1 - 9 / 0 : not used)
Discount group #
(0 : not used) (0-99)
Sort Group #
(0 - 99)
Appetizer / Main dish
/ Dessert
/ Others (or not specified)
(Amount)
(8 digits) (Decimal point
position: According to tab)
(Amount)
(8 digits) (Decimal point
position: According to tab)
SIF / SICS / Normal
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Double / Single
(or not specified)
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
KP #
(1 - 99 / 0 : not used
/ 100 : RP Modifier (For KP1
only))
*1 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : Sort Group
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Category
Printer
Scale
KVM
Authority Item
SMA
Kitchen printer TYPE (for KP) *2
SMA
Priority group for printing at KP
SMA
Priority printer
SMA
SMA
KP print
Auto delay time (hold & go function)
SMA
SMA
Printing on Clerk Report
Scale
SMA
Tare table number
SMA
KVM control character
*2 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : KP
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Parameter
Addition
/ Single/Double
/ Addition+Single
/ Double Addition
/ Double ADD+SNGL
(or not specified)
KP # of PLU preset
(1 - 9 / 0 : not used)
KP # of PLU preset
(1 - 99 / 0 : not used)
Black / Red
(Seconds)
(0-9999)
Yes / No
Compulsory / Enable
/ Inhibited
Tare table #
(1 - 9 / 0 : not used)
00h - FFh
■ PLU Group
Selecting PLU Group from Group module makes you program PLU group text for each PLU group for
printing PLU group report.
NOTE
PLU group number should be assigned to PLU items which subjected to PLU groups.
Groups/PLU Group (for each PLU Group (1-n))
Category
PLU Group
Authority Item
SMA
PLU Group Number
SMA
PLU Group text
Parameter
(Integer)(0-99)
8 characters text
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■ PLU Hourly Group
Selecting PLU Hourly Group from Group menu makes you program PLU hourly group text for each
PLU hourly group for printing hourly report.
NOTE
PLU hourly group number should be assigned to PLU items which subjected to PLU hourly groups.
Groups / PLU Hourly Group (for each PLU Hourly Group (1-n))
Category
PLU Hourly Group
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Authority
SMA
SMA
Item
PLU Hourly Group Number
PLU Hourly Group text
Parameter
(Integer)(1-99)
8 characters text
■ Sort Group
To issue sorted receipt for remote (KP) printers, program the following items for each sort group in Sort
Group of Group module.
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•
•
Sort group text
KP text
KP Bitmap Text
Table stage: Appetizer/Main dish/Dessert/Others
Receipt type:
Double/Single
NOTE
For sort receipt function, you must assign sort group to the PLU items subjected to sort receipt function.
Groups / Sort Group (for each Sort Group (1-n))
Category
Sort Group
Text
Group
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Sort Group Number
Normal Text
KP Text 1
KP Text 2
KP Bitmap Text
Stage Group
SPV
Receipt Type
Parameter
(Integer)(0-99)
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
Appetizer / Main dish
/ Dessert / Others
Double / Single
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Departments
■ Module list
Departments
Department
Department Shift
■ Department
Selecting Department from Departments module allows you to program each department.
Program the items listed below for each department.
Each PLU item (selling item) should belongs to a department, and each department should belong to a
group.
Please note that the programming items having priority are common items with those in PLU and Group
programming. If you program the same programming item in PLU programming, the parameter set in
PLU programming has priority.
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Department text - Normal text/Display text/Key text/KP text/KP bitmap text
Associated group number
Sign: Positive(+)/Negative(-)
Department type: Gift/Gift Reload/Hash/Normal
Non-turnover: Yes/No
Commission group 1-9
Discount group 1-9: Please refer to Group Discount section.
Sort group for KP receipt: 0 - 9
Stage group: Appetizer/Main dish/Dessert/Others
According to the specified stage group, the table stage icon is displayed.
HALO:
(High Amount Lock Out) This setting prevents any entry which amount is higher than
specified.
LALO:
(Low Amount Lock Out) This setting prevents any entry which amount is lower than
specified.
Key setting - background color/font color/graphic image appeared on the key
SIF/SICS/Normal
Taxable status for tax 1 - 10
Availability of VIP sale (VIP 1 - 3)
Please refer to the VIP section.
Availability of repeat round
Receipt type: Double/Single
Availability of compulsory item validation printing
Kitchen Printer (KP) printer settings
Specification of KP print stations 1-9
KP printer receipt type selection
Priority group for KP 0-9
Priority printer
KP print color
Auto delay time setting for hold & go function (KP printer)
Printing on clerk report
Availability of scale entry
Tare table number
Kitchen Video Monitor (KVM) control character
Departments / Department (for each Department (1-n))
Category
Number
Text
Department
Grouping
Price
Payment
Others
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Department Number
Normal item Text *1
Display Text *1
Key Text *1
KP Text 1 *1
KP Text 2 *1
KP Bitmap Text *1
Group
Sign *1
Department Type *1
SMA
SMA
Non-turnover *1
Commission group *1
SMA
Discount group 1 through 9 *1
SMA
Sort Group *1
SMA
Stage Group *2
SMA
HALO *1
SMA
LALO *1
SMA
SIF/SICS *1
SMA
Taxable 1 through 10 *1
SMA
VIP 1 sales *1
SMA
VIP 2 sales *1
SMA
VIP 3 sales *1
SMA
Repeat rounds *1
Parameter
(Interger) (1-99)
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
Group #
+ / - (or not specified)
GIFT / GIFT RELOAD / HASH
/ NORMAL
(or not specified)
Yes / No (or not specified)
Commission group #
(1 - 9 / 0 : not used)
(or not specified)
Discount group #
(0 : not used)
(or not specified)
Sort Group #
(0 - 99)
(or not specified)
Appetizer / Main dish
/ Dessert
/ Others (or not specified)
(Amount)
(or not specified)
(Amount)
(or not specified)
SIF / SICS / Normal
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
*1 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : Group
*2 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : Group / Sort Group
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Category
Printer
Scale
KVM
Authority Item
SMA
Receipt Type *2
SMA
Compulsory item validation printing *1
SMA
Print station (KP) 1 through 9 *1
SMA
Kitchen printer TYPE *3
SMA
Priority group for printing at KP *1
SMA
Priority printer *1
SMA
KP print *1
SMA
Auto delay time (hold & go function) *1
SMA
Printing on Clerk Report *1
SMA
Scale *1
SMA
Tare table number *1
SMA
KVM control character *1
Parameter
Double / Single
(or not specified)
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
(or not specified)
KP #
(1-99 / 0 : not used
/ 100 : RP Modifier (For KP1
only))
(or not specified)
Addition
/ Single/Double
/ Addition+Single
/ Double Addition
/ Double ADD+SNGL
(or not specified)
KP # of PLU preset
(1-9 / 0 : not used)
(or not specified)
KP # of PLU preset
(1-99 / 0 : not used)
(or not specified)
Black / Red
(or not specified)
(Seconds)
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Compulsory / Enable
/ Inhibited
(or not specified)
Tare table#
(1-9 / 0 : not used)
(or not specified)
00h - FFh
(or not specified)
*1 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : Group
*2 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : Group / Sort Group
*3 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : Group / KP
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■ Department Shift
Department shift function allows you to shift a department number which a PLU item belongs. By
pressing the [DEPT SHIFT n] key, the department number assigned to the key is registered instead of
the original associated department number. Program the key text and department number for each
department shift key in the Department Shift of Department module.
Departments / Department Shift (for each Department shift (1-n))
Category
Department Shift
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Department Shift Number
Key Text
Department Number
Parameter
(Integer)(1-99)
16 characters text
Dept Number
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Products
■ Module list
Products
PLU
Selective PLU
Menu Setting at PLU Programming
PLU Happy Hour
PLU to Revenue center
PLU Modifier
PLU Modifier Text
PLU Stock
PLU Stock Add
PLU Stock Sub
Promotion
Link PLU
Combo
Set PLU
PLU Menu
Condiment List
Unformatted Barcode PLU Link
Learning
Dynamic PLU
EAN Non-PLU
Tare Table
■ PLU
Selecting PLU from Products module allows you to program for PLU single item.
Program the following items for each PLU. Please note that the programming items having priority are
common items with those in Department/Group programming.
• PLU code
• PLU item name - For Normal text/Display text/Key text/KP text/KP bitmap text
Normal item text is entered (at the point the cursor is moved to other cell), the text will be
automatically copied to the display text, key text, KP text and KP bitmap text. However, please
note that the available number of characters for display text (20 characters) is smaller than that
of normal item text (30 characters), the text may not be fully copied.
Also when normal item text is changed, the change will be automatically applied to the
corresponding PLU key allocated in the key programming module.
• Preset unit price - For Standard/Time Zone 1-4
• Availability of entry of zero price - For Standard/Time Zone 1-4
• PLU item entry type: Inhibited/Preset only/Open & Preset/Open
• HALO:
(High Amount Lock Out) This setting prevents any entry which amount is higher than
specified.
• LALO:
(Low Amount Lock Out) This setting prevents any entry which amount is lower than
specified.
• Associated department
• Sign: Positive(+)/Negative(-)
• Department type: Gift/Gift Reload/Hash/Normal
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• Non-turnover: Yes/No
• PLU group number for PLU group sales report
A PLU item can belong to a maximum of three groups.
• PLU group number for hourly sales report
A PLU item can belong to a maximum of three hourly groups.
• Commission group 1-9
• Discount group 1-9: Please refer to Group Discount section.
• Sort group for KP receipt: 0 - 9
• Stage group: Appetizer/Main dish/Dessert/Others
According to the specified stage group, the table stage icon is displayed.
• Base quantity for split price entry or stock control of drinks
• Function selection of split pricing or stock control of drinks
• Key setting - background color/font color/graphic image appeared on the key
• Menu type: Set PLU/Link PLU/Normal
• Link PLU table #
• Set PLU table #
• Condiment setting - Availability/Compulsory or noncompulsory of condiment/Condiment table #
• Modifier PLU table #
• SIF/SICS/Normal
• Taxable status for tax 1 - 10
• Availability of VIP sale (VIP 1 - 3)
Please refer to the VIP section.
• Minimum stock
• Availability of price change
• Coupon object PLU code
• Availability of repeat round
• Availability of non-accessed record delete function
• Text recipe number
• Food cost %
• Receipt type: Double/Single
• Availability of compulsory item validation printing
• Kitchen Printer (KP) printer settings
Specification of KP print stations 1-9
KP printer receipt type selection
Priority group for KP 0-9
Priority printer
KP print color
Auto delay time setting for hold & go function (KP printer)
• Printing on clerk report
• Availability of scale entry
• Tare table number
• Kitchen Video Monitor (KVM) control character
NOTE
When a PLU is deleted, the corresponding PLU key text allocated in the key programming module will
be deleted automatically.
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The PLU setting screen (grid type) can display a maximum of 1000 PLUs at the same time. Therefore,
in case you have more than 1000 PLUs, click [Next PLU BLOCK] to display next block of 1000 PLUs.
When you click [Next PLU BLOCK], the save message for the setting you did at the currently displayed
screen will appear. Save the settings when necessary. Also if you created new PLU data, the following
PLU menu assignment screen will appear. Make necessary settings referring below. After the
operation has completed, the next block is displayed.
If you create new data, the following window will appear when you save the data for specifying PLU
Menu for the PLU code(s) you newly created. When you want the codes belong to PLU Menu(s), click
the corresponding menu column(s). The circle will appear when selected.
NOTE
• For PLU Menu function, please refer to POS Terminal manual.
• You can edit PLU Menu assignment setting at the Menu Setting at PLU Programming of Product
module.
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Products / PLU (for each PLU)
Category
PLU Code
Text
Price
Authority
OPE
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
OPE
OPE
OPE
Item
PLU Code
Normal item Text *1
Display Text *1
Key Text *1
KP Text 1 *1
KP Text 2 *1
KP Bitmap Text *1
Preset unit price (Standard)
Preset unit price
(Time zone 1) - (Time zone 4) *2
Entry of zero price (Standard)
Entry of zero price
(Time zone 1) - (Time zone 4) *3
Entry type
SMA
HALO *1
SMA
LALO *1
OPE
SPV
Department
Sign *1
SPV
Department Type *1
SPV
Non-turnover *1
SPV
PLU Group No. 1 through 3
SPV
SMA
PLU Group No. by
hourly report 1 through 3
Commission group *1
SMA
Discount group 1 through 9 *1
SPV
SPV
Grouping
Parameter
14 digits numeric code
30 Characters text
20 Characters text
16 Characters text
30 Characters text
30 Characters text
30 Characters text
(price)
(price)
(or not specified)
Allowed / Inhibit
Allowed / Inhibit
(or not specified)
Inhibited / Preset only
/Open & Preset / Open
(Amount)
(or not specified)
(Amount)
(or not specified)
Department #
+/(not for specified)
GIFT / GIFT RELOAD / HASH
/NORMAL
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
PLU Group #
(0 : not used)(0-99)
PLU Hourly Group #
(0 : not used)(0-99)
Commission group #
(1-9 / 0 : not used)
(or not specified)
Discount group #
(0 : not used)
(or not specified)
*1 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : PLU Menu / Department / Group
*2 If price isn’t specified, this setting is referred from price of Standard.
*3 If price isn’t specified, this setting is referred from “Entry of zero price” of Standard.
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Category
Grouping
Authority Item
SPV
Sort Group *1
SPV
Stage Group *4
OPE
Base Q’ty
SPV
Split Pricing
Key
SMA
SMA
SMA
Menu
SPV
SPV
Key background color *5
Font color *5
Graphic image appeared on the key *5
(Windows\UP-X300\)
(selected from file)
Menu type
Link PLU table #
SPV
Set PLU table #
SPV
SPV
SPV
Condiment type
Condiment entry to menu item
Assign to a PLU a Condiment table #
SPV
Modifier PLU table #
SPV
SIF/SICS *1
SMA
Taxable 1 through 10 *1
SMA
VIP 1 sales *1
SMA
VIP 2 sales *1
SMA
VIP 3 sales *1
Q’ty
Payment
Parameter
Sort Group #
(0 - 99)
(or not specified)
Appetizer / Main dish
/ Dessert / Others
(or not specified)
(Q’ty)
(XX : Split pricing)
(XX.XXX : Stock Control of
drinks)
Split pricing
/ Stock count
(color)
(color)
(file name)
(8 characters text)
Set PLU / Link / Normal
Link PLU table #
(0 : not used)
Set PLU table #
(0 : not used)
Yes / No
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
Condiment table #
(0 : not used)
Modifier PLU table #
(0 : not used)
SIF / SICS / Normal
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
*1 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : PLU Menu / Department / Group
*4 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : PLU Menu / Department / Group / Sort
Group
*5 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : Department / Group
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Category
Stock
Others
Printing
Scale
KVM
Authority
OPE
SPV
SPV
Item
Minimum stock
Price change
Coupon object PLU code
SPV
Repeat rounds *1
SMA
SPV
Delete non-accessed record function
Text Recipe #
SPV
SPV
Food cost %
Receipt Type *4
SPV
Compulsory item validation printing *1
SPV
Print station (KP) 1 through 9 *1
SPV
Kitchen printer TYPE *6
SPV
Priority group for printing at KP 0 - 9 *1
SPV
Priority printer *1
SPV
KP print *1
SPV
Auto delay time (hold & go function) *1
SPV
Printing on Clerk Report *1
SPV
Scale *1
SPV
Tare table number *1
SPV
KVM control character *1
Parameter
Integer or 3 digits fractional
Enable / Disable
PLU code
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Auto Delete / Not
Text Recipe #
(0 : not used)
(% rate)
Double / Single
(or not specified)
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
(or not specified)
KP #
(1-99 / 0 :not used
/ 100 : RP Modifier (For KP1
only))
(or not specified)
Addition
/ Single/Double
/ Addition+Single
/ Double Addition
/ Double ADD+SNGL
(or not specified)
KP # of PLU preset
(1-9 / 0 : not used)
(or not specified)
KP # of PLU preset
(1-99 / 0 : not used)
(or not specified)
Black / Red
(or not specified)
(Seconds)
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Compulsory / Enable / Inhibited
(or not specified)
Tare table#
(1-9 / 0: not used)
(or not specified)
00h - FFh
(or not specified)
*1 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : PLU Menu / Department / Group
*4 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : PLU Menu / Department / Group / Sort
Group
*6 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : PLU Menu / Department / Group /KP
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■ Selective PLU
When you select Selective PLU from Products, the following window will firstly appear for specifying a
start code for editing.
You can search by text (PLU name), PLU Menu item or department number. Enter the text you want to
search for, or select a PLU Menu or department number by displaying pull-down menu at the
corresponding column, then click [Search]. The result will appear on the left window. Click the target
PLU code. The screen will display from that code.
To specify the start code directly, click the code at the left window, then click [OK]. The screen will
display from the start code.
Also you can scan a barcode (item barcode) to display the corresponding settings. If the settings do not
exist, the error message “Invalid Code” will appear.
To display all the settings, just click [OK] without any setting.
In order to open PLU program settings from the beginning (up to 1000 PLUs) directly, select PLU from
Products module.
For the details of parameter settings, please refer to the previous section; PLU.
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■ Menu Setting at PLU Programming
Selecting Menu Setting at PLU Programming from Products module allows you to assign each PLU to
PLU Menus.
The same screen when you save new PLU settings will appear.
By clicking at the target column, you can assign or release the setting.
NOTE
PLU’s which are assigned to a menu will be automatically added to the relevant menu screen of your
front end terminal.
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■ PLU Happy Hour
Your POS system provides a total of 20 different happy hour setting. Therefore, you can have 20
different price setting for happy hour functions. Selecting PLU Happy Hour from Products module
allows you to program the happy hour prices for each PLU item.
Products/PLU Happy Hour (for each PLU, for each Dynamic PLU)
Category
Happy Hour
Authority Item
OPE
PLU Code
SPV
Price for Happy hour 1 through 20 *1
*1 If price isn’t specified, this setting is referred from price of Standard.
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Parameter
PLU code
(Price)
(or not specified)
■ PLU to Revenue Center
Depending on a revenue center, you can select PLU items which are downloaded to each revenue
center. Select Revenue Center in Products module. Specify “Use” for the selection.
Products / PLU to Revenue center (for each Revenue Center) (for each PLU)
Category
PLU to Revenue center
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Revenue center Number
PLU Code
Use
Parameter
Revenue center #
PLU Code
Use / Unuse
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■ PLU Modifier
When the [MODIFIER n] key is touched before or after touching a PLU item which is set as PLU
modifier and has a PLU modifier table number, the modifier PLU having the corresponding modifier
number (n) in the table is registered instead of the PLU item.
To operate the modifier PLU function, specify modifier number and modifier PLUs (tied PLU) for each
PLU modifier table in PLU Modifier of Products module.
For item texts of PLU modifiers, please refer to the next section.
Products / PLU modifier (for each PLU modifier (1-n))
Category
PLU Modifier
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Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
PLU Modifier Table Number
Modifier Number
Tied PLU
Parameter
(Integer) (1-99)
(Integer) (1-99)
PLU Code
■ PLU Modifier Text
To operate the modifier PLU function, specify key texts for modifier PLUs in PLU Modifier Text of
Products module. Modifier key texts should be separately set from normal PLU item key texts.
Products / PLU Modifier Text (for each PLU modifier text (1-99))
Category
PLU Modifier Text
Authority
SPV
SPV
Item
PLU Modifier Text number
Key Text for modifier
Parameter
(Integer)(1-99)
16 characters text
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■ PLU Stock
To check current stocks, select PLU Stock from Products module.
Products / PLU Stock (for each Revenue center) (for each PLU)
Category
PLU Stock Counter
Authority
SMA
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Item
Revenue center
(display only, Not change)
PLU Code
(display only, Not change)
Stock Counter
Parameter
Revenue center #
PLU Code
Integer or 3 digits fractional
(System Programming)
■ PLU Stock Add
To add stock numbers to current stock number, select PLU Stock Add from Products module.
Products/PLU Stock Add (for each Revenue center) (for each PLU)
Category
PLU Stock Counter
Authority
SMA
Item
Revenue center
(display only, Not change)
PLU Code
(display only, Not change)
Stock Counter
(display only, Not change)
Stock Add
Parameter
Revenue center #
PLU Code
Integer or 3 digits fractional
(System Programming)
Integer or 3 digits fractional
(System Programming)
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■ PLU Stock Sub
To subtract stock numbers from current stock number, select PLU Stock Sub from Products module.
Products/PLU Stock Sub (for each Revenue center) (for each PLU)
Category
PLU Stock Counter
Authority
SMA
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Item
Revenue center
(display only, Not change)
PLU Code
(display only, Not change)
Stock Counter
(display only, Not change)
Stock Sub
Parameter
Revenue center #
PLU Code
Integer or 3 digits fractional
(System Programming)
Integer or 3 digits fractional
(System Programming)
■ Promotion
The POS system provides three types of promotion, mix and match, automatic modifier and happy hour.
For mix and match, amount discount, % discount, free product, discount the cheapest item and selling
price are available. Promotion of Products module allows you to program the following items for each
promotion.
• Text for a promotion
• Selection of promotion function
• Mix and match function detailed setting
• Selection of global type or individual type
• Discount amount for amount discount
• % rate for % discount
• PLU code for free product
• Price for selling price
• Message display for promotion
• Trip level for global type
• Trip level 1 to 5 for individual type
• Item kind (PLU, Department or Group) and its code or number - 5 kinds
• Automatic modifier
• Modifier number subjected to automatic modifier
• Happy hour
• Happy hour price number subjected to happy hour (1 to 20)
• Timing for executing the promotion - Always / Setting
For setting:
• Start year/month/date/time
• End year/month/date/time
• Execution days (Monday - Sunday)
• Execution months (January - December)
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Products / Promotion (for each Promotion)
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Category
Number
Promotion Text
Promotion
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Promotion Table Number
Normal Text
Promotion type
Mix & Match
SMA
SMA
SMA
Mix & Match type
Discount amount
(for Amount Discount)
% rate (for % Discount)
SMA
PLU Code (for Free Product)
SMA
Price (for Selling Price)
SMA
SMA
Message display for promotion
Trip level (Global type)
SMA
Trip level 1 (Individual type)
SMA
Trip level 2 (Individual type)
SMA
Trip level 3 (Individual type)
SMA
Trip level 4 (Individual type)
SMA
Trip level 5 (Individual type)
SMA
SMA
Item Kind 1
(Global type / Individual type)
Related item 1 : PLU Code
SMA
Related Item 1 : DEPT# or Group#
SMA
SMA
Item Kind 2
(Global type / Individual type)
Related item 2 : PLU Code
SMA
Related Item 2 : DEPT# or Group#
Parameter
(Integer)(1-99)
30 characters text
Amount Discount
/ %Discount
/ Free product
/ Discount the cheapest item
/ Selling Price
/ Automatic modifier
/ Happy Hour
Global type / Individual type
(amount)
(% rate)
PLU code
(or Not Specified)
(Price)
30 characters text
(integer)
(1-99)(0: not used)
(integer)
(1-99)(0: not used)
(integer)
(1-99)(0: not used)
(integer)
(1-99)(0: not used)
(integer)
(1-99)(0: not used)
(integer)
(1-99)(0: not used)
PLU / Department / Group
PLU code
(or Not Specified)
Department# or Group#
(1-99 / 0 : Not used)
PLU / Department / Group
PLU code
(or Not Specified)
Department# or Group#
(1-99 / 0 : Not used)
Category
Mix & Match
Authority Item
SMA
Item Kind 3
(Global type / Individual type)
SMA
Related item 3 : PLU Code
SMA
Related Item 3 : DEPT# or Group#
SMA
SMA
Item Kind 4
(Global type / Individual type)
Related item 4 : PLU Code
SMA
Related Item 4 : DEPT# or Group#
SMA
SMA
Item Kind 5
(Global type / Individual type)
Related item 5 : PLU Code
SMA
Related Item 5 : DEPT# or Group#
Automatic
modifier
Happy Hour
SMA
Modifier #
SMA
Happy hour # (1 - 20)
Promotion
timing
SMA
SMA
Promotion execution timing
Start Year
(If start year isn’t entered,
promotion starts at every year.)
Start month
(If star month isn’t entered,
promotion starts at every month.)
Start date
Start Hour
Start Minute
End Year
(If start year isn’t entered,
end year is ignored.)
End month
(If start month isn’t entered,
end month is ignored.)
End date
(No entry of End date means continuous)
End Hour
End Minute
Day of week : Monday
Day of week : Tuesday
Day of week : Wednesday
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Parameter
PLU / Department / Group
PLU code
(or not Specified)
Department# or Group#
(1-99 / 0 : Not used)
PLU / Department / Group
PLU code
(or not Specified)
Department# or Group#
(1-99 / 0 : Not used)
PLU / Department / Group
PLU code
(or not Specified)
Department# or Group#
(1-99 / 0 : Not used)
Modifier #
(1 - 99 / 0 : not used)
Happy hour #
(1 - 20 / 0 : not used)
Always / Setting
(integer)
January - December
/ Ignore
0 - 31
00 - 23
0 - 59
(integer)
January - December
/ Ignore
0 - 31
00 - 23
0 - 59
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
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Category
Promotion
timing
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Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Day of week : Thursday
Day of week : Friday
Day of week : Saturday
Day of week : Sunday
Month of year : January
Month of year : February
Month of year : March
Month of year : April
Month of year : May
Month of year : June
Month of year : July
Month of year : August
Month of year : September
Month of year : October
Month of year : November
Month of year : December
Parameter
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
Enable / Disable
■ Link PLU
It is possible to link PLUs (linked or tied PLUs) with a PLU so that they are sold with a single key
operation of the link PLU key. However, the number of links is a maximum of five.
Selecting Link PLU from Products module allows you to specify 5 linked (tied) PLUs for each link PLU.
NOTE
• PLU codes should be defined before programming a linked PLUs.
Products / Link PLU (for each link PLU (1-n))
Category
Link PLU
Authority Item
SPV
Link PLU Number
SPV
Tied PLU 1 through 5
Parameter
(Integer)(1-99)
PLU Code
(or not Specified)
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■ Combo
When two or more menu items, consisting of PLUs related to a special offering, are to be programmed
together, the combo meal function should be specified. A maximum of 9 PLU items can be assigned to
each combo.
Select Combo from Products module allows you to program the following items for each combo.
• Combo text - Normal text/Display text/Key text/KP text/KP text/KP bitmap text
• Key setting - background color/font color/graphic image appeared on the key
• Assigned PLU (Up to 5 PLUs) - PLU code/normal unit price for combo/up charge unit price for combo/
reduced charge unit price for combo
• KP text and KP bitmap text for up/reduced charge unit price
• Condiment table # and PLU Menu # for With/Without function
• Compulsory/Noncompulsory of condiment entry to menu item
• Kitchen Printer (KP) settings
• Kitchen Video Monitor (KVM) control character
Products / Combo (for each Combo (1-n))
Category
Number
Combo Text
Key
90
Authority Item
SPV
Combo Number
SPV
Normal Text
Parameter
(Integer)(1-99)
30 characters text
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
20 Characters text
16 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
(color)
(color)
(file name)
Display Text
Key Text
KP Text 1
KP Text 2
KP Bitmap Text
Key background color
Font color
Graphic image appeared on the key
(Windows\UP-X300\)
Category
Authority Item
Assigned PLU SPV
Assigned PLU code 1
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Assigned PLU unit price 1
Assigned PLU unit up charge price 1
Up charge 1 Normal text
Up charge 1 KP text 1
Up charge 1 KP text 2
Up charge 1 KP Bitmap text
Assigned PLU unit reduce charge
price 1
Reduce charge 1 Normal text
Reduce charge 1 KP text 1
Reduce charge 1 KP text 2
Reduce charge 1 KP Bitmap text
Parameter
PLU Code
(or Not Specified)
(price)
(price)
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
(price)
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
Up to 9 different PLUs can be assigned to a combo PLU.
For each PLU the above settings are available.
SPV
Assigned PLU code 9
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
With/Without
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Menu
SPV
Assigned PLU unit price 9
Assigned PLU unit up charge price 9
Up charge 9 Normal text
Up charge 9 KP text 1
Up charge 9 KP text 2
Up charge 9 KP Bitmap text
Assigned PLU unit reduce charge
price 9
Reduce charge 9 Normal text
Reduce charge 9 KP text 1
Reduce charge 9 KP text 2
Reduce charge 9 KP Bitmap text
PLU Menu
(Use at “With” specification)
Link to a condiment table
SPV
Condiment entry to menu item
PLU Code
(or Not Specified)
(price)
(price)
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
(price)
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
PLU Menu #
(0 : not used)
Condiment table #
(0 : not used)
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
91
Category
Printing
KVM
92
Authority Item
SPV
Print station (KP) 1 through 9
SPV
Kitchen printer TYPE
(If not specified, this setting is referred
by following order : KP)
SPV
Priority group for printing at KP
SPV
Priority printer
SPV
KVM control character
Parameter
KP #
(1-99 / 0 : not used
/ 100 : RP Modifier (For KP1
only))
Addition
/ Single/Double
/ Addition+Single
/ Double Addition
/ Double ADD+SNGL
KP # of Combo preset
(1 - 9 / 0 : not used)
KP # of Combo preset
(1 - 99 / 0 : not used)
00h - FFh
■ Set PLU
Selecting Set PLU from Products allows you to specify linked (tied) PLUs and their adjusted prices for
each set PLU. A maximum of 20 linked PLUs and their adjusted prices are programmable for each set
PLU.
Also for the With function, a condiment table can be specified.
Products / Set PLU (for each Set PLU (1-n))
Category
Set PLU
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Set PLU Number
Tied PLU 1 : PLU #
Tied PLU 1 : Price
Parameter
(Integer)(1-99)
PLU Code (or not specified)
(price)
Up to 20 PLUs can be linked to a set PLU.
For each PLU the above settings are available.
SPV
SPV
SPV
Tied PLU 20 : PLU #
Tied PLU 20 : Price
PLU Menu
(Use at “With” specification)
PLU Code (or not specified)
(price)
PLU Menu #
(0 : not used)
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■ PLU Menu
For PLU Menu function, program the following items for each PLU menu in PLU Menu of Products.
• PLU Menu text - Normal text/Key text
• Key setting - background color/font color/graphic image appeared on the key
• PLU text - Normal text/Display text/Key text/KP text/KP text/KP bitmap text
• Sign: Positive(+)/Negative(-)
• Department type: Gift/Gift Reload/Hash/Normal
• Non-turnover: Yes/No
• Commission group 1-9
• Discount group 1-9: Please refer to Group Discount section.
• Sort group for KP receipt: 0 - 9
• Stage group: Appetizer/Main dish/Dessert/Others
According to the specified stage group, the table stage icon is displayed.
• HALO: (High Amount Lock Out) This setting prevents any entry which amount is higher than specified.
• LALO: (Low Amount Lock Out) This setting prevents any entry which amount is lower than specified.
• SIF/SICS/Normal
• Taxable status for tax 1 - 10
• Availability of VIP sale (VIP 1 - 3)
Please refer to the VIP section.
• Availability of repeat round
• Receipt type: Double/Single
• Availability of compulsory item validation printing
• Kitchen Printer (KP) printer settings
Specification of KP print stations 1-9
KP printer receipt type selection
Priority group for KP
Priority printer
KP print color
Auto delay time setting for hold & go function (KP printer)
• Availability of scale entry
• Tare table number
• Kitchen Video Monitor (KVM) control character
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Products / PLU Menu (for each PLU Menu (1-n))
Category
Authority Item
Number
SMA
PLU Menu Number
PLU Menu Text SMA
Normal Text
SMA
Key Text
Key
SMA
Key background color
SMA
Font color(for each linked PLU)
SMA
Graphic image appeared on the key
(\Windows\UP-X300\)
(selected from file)
PLU Text
SMA
Normal item Text *1
SMA
Display Text *1
SMA
Key Text *1
SMA
KP Text 1 *1
SMA
KP Text 2 *1
SMA
KP Bitmap Text *1
PLU Grouping SMA
Sign *1
PLU Price
SMA
Department Type *1
SMA
Non-turnover *1
SMA
Commission group *1
SMA
Discount group 1 through 9 *1
SMA
Sort Group *1
SMA
Stage Group *2
SMA
HALO *1
SMA
LALO *1
Parameter
(Integer)(1-9999)
30 Characters text
16 Characters text
(color)
(color)
(file name)
30 Characters text
20 Characters text
16 Characters text
30 Characters text
30 Characters text
30 Characters text
+/(or not specified)
GIFT / GIFT RELOAD / HASH
/ NORMAL
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Commission group #
(1 - 9 / 0 : not used)
(or not specified)
Discount group #
(0 : not used)
(or not specified)
Sort Group #
(0 - 99)
(or not specified)
Appetizer / Main dish
/ Dessert / Others
(or not specified)
(Amount)
(or not specified)
(Amount)
(or not specified)
*1 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : Department / Group
*2 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : Department / Group / Sort Group
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Category
PLU Payment
Authority Item
SMA
SIF/SICS *1
SMA
Taxable 1 through 10 *1
SMA
VIP 1 sales *1
SMA
VIP 2 sales *1
SMA
VIP 3 sales *1
PLU others
SMA
Repeat rounds *1
PLU Printing
SMA
Receipt Type *2
SMA
Compulsory item validation printing *1
SMA
Print station (KP) 1 through 9 *1
SMA
Kitchen printer TYPE *3
SMA
Priority group for printing at KP *1
SMA
Priority printer *1
SMA
KP print *1
SMA
Auto delay time (hold & go function) *1
SMA
Printing on Clerk Report *1
Parameter
SIF / SICS / Normal
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
Double / Single
(or not specified)
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
(or not specified)
KP #
(1-99 / 0 : not used
/ 100 : RP Modifier (For KP1
only))
(or not specified)
Addition
/ Single/Double
/ Addition+Single
/ Double Addition
/ Double ADD+SNGL
(or not specified)
KP # of PLU preset
(1 - 9 / 0 : not used)
(or not specified)
KP # of PLU preset
(1 - 99 / 0 : not used)
(or not specified)
Black / Red
(or not specified)
(Seconds)
(or not specified)
Yes / No
(or not specified)
*1 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : Department / Group
*2 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : Department / Group / Sort Group
*3 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : Department / Group / KP
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Category
PLU Scale
PLU KVM
Authority Item
SMA
Scale *1
SMA
Tare table number *1
SMA
KVM control character *1
Parameter
Compulsory / Enable
/ Inhibited
(or not specified)
Tare table #
(1 - 9 / 0 : not used)
(or not specified)
00h - FFh
(or not specified)
*1 If not specified, this setting is referred by following order : Department / Group
97
■ Condiment List
For each condiment table, program the following items in Condiment List of Products module.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Condiment text:
Guidance text for entering condiment keys, such as HOW COOK? or POTATO?
Repeat times (number of compulsive entries)
Maximum number of entries for multiple selection
Availability of dessert function
Treatment of price of the condiment PLU
Next condiment table number
Products / Condiment List (for each condiment (1-n ))
Category
Authority Item
Condiment List SMA
Condiment Table Number
SMA
Condiment Text
SMA
Number of compulsive entries
98
SMA
Maximum number of entries for
multiple selection
SMA
SMA
Desert function
Price of Condiment PLU
SMA
Next Condiment #
Parameter
(Integer)(1-9999)
30 Characters text
(Integer)
(0 : noncompulsory)
(Integer)
(0 : unlimited number of
entries)
Yes / No
Add to Parent
/ Individual Printing
Condiment #
(0 : not exist)
■ Unformatted Barcode PLU Link
While UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-13 and EAN-8 codes are directly treated as PLUs when they are scanned
by the barcode reader, NW-7, CODE128, CODE39 and Interleaved 2 of 5 codes should have been
linked to PLU codes prior to be scanned. When a code is scanned, its linked PLU code is registered.
Selecting the Unformatted Barcode PLU Link from Products allows you to link those codes to PLUs.
You can scan those barcodes using the barcode scanner for programming, not only directly enter codes
using the keyboard.
Products / Unformatted Barcode PLU Link (for each Scanning code)
Category
Unformatted
Barcode
PLU Link
Authority Item
OPE
Scanning Code
You can use the barcode scanner to
enter the scanning code.
You can also use the keyboard to
enter the scanning code.
OPE
PLU Code
Parameter
Scanning Code
PLU Code
99
■ Learning
To operate the PLU/EAN learning functions, program the following items in Learning of Products
module.
Products / Learning
Category
Learning
100
Authority Item
SMA
Learning function
SMA
Store learning PLU data for
Dynamic PLU file
SMA
Delete Method
SMA
Delete period
Parameter
Yes / No
Yes / No
Auto / Manual
Days (1 - 99 / 0 : not delete)
■ Dynamic PLU
PLU items data created in the PLU/EAN learning function are stored in the dynamic PLU file. The data
stored in the file can be edited in the same manner as PLU items in PLU of Products module.
To edit programming data stored in the dynamic PLU file, select Dynamic PLU from Products module.
You can also create new data in this module, if necessary.
The data stored in the dynamic PLU file can be downloaded to the PLU file.
For the programming items, please refer to PLU section.
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■ EAN Non PLU
You can program EAN non-PLU code format in EAN Non PLU of Products module.
EAN-13 type
EAN-8 type
C
Flag
(02 or 20-29)
D
C
2
Free format
D
Free format
Flag
Price check digit
Field 1
Field 2
Free format area
Products / EAN Non-PLU (for each EAN Non-PLU table)
Category
Authority Item
EAN Non-PLU SMA
EAN Non-PLU table Number
SMA
Kind of Code
SMA
System sign
SMA
Length of field 1
SMA
Length of field 2
SMA
Meaning of field 2
SMA
Price Check digit
SMA
Tab or decimal point of field 2
102
Parameter
(Integer)(1-9999)
EAN8 / EAN13
2 digits numeric code
1digit integer
1digit integer
Quantity / Price
Yes / No
3/2/1/0
■ Tare Table
Selecting Tare Table from Products module allows you to set tare weights for scale entry.
Products / Tare Table
Category
Tare table
Authority
SPV
Item
Tare Table 1 through 9
Parameter
(weight)
103
Recipe
■ Module list
Recipe
Recipe
Sales Item projection PLU
■ Recipe
When the [RECIPE] key is touched after selecting a PLU item, the recipe message whose number is
assigned to the PLU item can be displayed.
Recipe message for each recipe number can be programmed in Recipe of Recipe module.
Recipe / Recipe (for each Recipe (1-n))
Category
Recipe
104
Authority Item
SPV
Recipe Number
SPV
Recipe message
Parameter
Integer (1-9999)
1024 characters text
■ Sales Item projection PLU
Selecting Sales Item projection PLU of Recipe module allows you to set PLUs subjected to sales item
projection which is used for sales item projection report. The sales amount and quantity of each PLU
specified here (up to 25 PLUs) are stored everyday for one month, and the data is printed on the report.
Recipe / Sales Item projection PLU (for each Sales Item projection PLU) (max 25 PLU))
Category
Sales Item projection PLU
Authority
SMA
Item
PLU Code
Parameter
PLU Code
105
Function
■ Module List
Function
106
(-)
(-) Relationship
%
% Relationship
Group Discounts
Group Discount Subtotal Text
Free Text
VIP
Waste
No Sale
Deposit (+)
Deposit (-)
Received on Account
Paid Out
Function Text
■ (-)
For each discount key [(-)n], program each item.
Each discount key can be used for discount/premium for each selling item or discount/premium for
subtotal amount.
Function / (-) (for each (-) (1-n))
Category
Number
(-) Text
Amount
Method
Taxable
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
(-) Number
Normal Text (Max 30 characters)
Display Text
(Max 20 characters)
Key Text
Sign
Unit price
(mark down)
HALO
Entry type
(mark down : for item / discount : for ST)
Employee Discount
BOGO
Taxable 1 through 10
Taxable status for markdown
Taxable status for discount
SPV
Discount group 1 through 9
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Parameter
1-99
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
+/(price)
(amount)
Markdown / Discount / RA
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Combination / Depend on item
Depend on (-)
/ Divided proportionally
Discount group #
(0 : not used)(0-99)
107
■ (-) Relationship
Specify PLU code, department number or group number which are subjected to a discount key. A
maximum of 20 code or number can be specified for a discount key.
Function / (-) Relationship (for each (-) (1-n))
Category
Relationship
108
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
(-) Number
Item Number
Item Kind
Related PLU Code
Related DEPT# or Group#
Parameter
1-99
1-20
PLU / Department / Group
PLU Code
Department # or Group # (1-99)
■ %
For each percent key [(%)n], program each item.
Each % key can be used for discount/premium for each selling item or discount/premium for subtotal
amount.
Function / % (for each % (1-n))
Category
Number
%Text
Amount
Method
Taxable
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
% Number
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
Sign
Mark down/discount % rate *1
SPV
HALO
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Entry type
Employee Discount
Taxable 1 through 10
Taxable status for markdown
Taxable status for discount
SPV
Discount group 1 through 9
Parameter
1-99
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
+/% rate
(0.00 - 100.00)
% rate
(0.00 - 100.00)
Markdown / Discount / RA
Yes / No
Yes / No
Combination / Depend on item
Depend on %
/ Divided proportionally
Discount group #
(0 : not used)(0-99)
*1 If “0” is selected, any % markdown/discount entry that uses a preset % rate is inhibited.
109
■ % Relationship
Specify PLU code, department number or group number which are subjected to a percent key. A
maximum of 20 codes or numbers can be specified for a percent key.
Function / (%) Relationship (for each (%) (1-n))
Category
Relationship
110
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
% Number
Item Number
Item Kind
Related PLU Code
Related DEPT# or Group#
Parameter
1-99
1-20
PLU / Department / Group
PLU Code
Department # or Group # (1-99)
■ Group Discounts
A maximum of 99 discount/premium groups are available on your POS system. Each PLU/Department/
Group can belong to a maximum of nine discount/premium groups.
Group discount/premium is performed when the [GROUP DISCOUNT n] key is touched on a POS
terminal. To make group discount/premium operation automatically, you must specify discount/premium
group number for automatic operation in Finalization module.
In Group Discounts of Function module, program each item as follows. For group discount/premium
subtotal text, please refer to the following section.
NOTE
Group discount number should be assigned to PLU items/Departments/Groups which subjected to
group discount for manual discount pressing the [GROUP DISCOUNT n] key.
Function / Group Discounts (for each Group discount (1-n))
Category
Number
Group
discount Text
Method
Rate
Taxable
Authority Item
SPV
Group Discount Number
SPV
Normal Text
Parameter
1-99
30 characters text
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
20 characters text
Yes / No
+/% rate
Yes / No
Display Text
Employee Discount
Sign
Discount % rate
Taxable 1 through 10
111
■ Group Discount Subtotal Text
Selecting Group Discount Subtotal Text allows you to program discount/premium subtotal text.
Function / Group Discount Subtotal Text (for each Group discount (1-n))
Category
Group Discount subtotal Text
112
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Group Discount Number
Normal Text
Display Text
Parameter
1-99
30 characters text
20 characters text
■ Free Text
To display free texts on POS terminals, program the following items for each free text.
Function / Free text (for each Free text (1-n))
Category
Number
Free Text
Setting
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Free Text Number
Normal Text
Key Text
KP Text 1
KP Text 2
KP Bitmap Text
Free text Type
Entry type
Assigned KP
(for individual type)
Printed on
(for individual type)
Parameter
1-99
30 characters text
16 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
30 characters text
Individual / For Item
Open / Preset / Open & Preset
KP # / All KP
(1 - 99 / 0 : All KP)
Top of KP / Bottom of KP
113
■ VIP
The POS server provides a maximum of three VIP sale groups. In the VIP sale mode, the amount
subjected to VIP sale will reduced zero with no affect to the totalizer, while VIP totalizer and PLU stock
are calculated.
For VIP sale, program the following items in VIP of Function module.
NOTE
In PLU/Department/Group programming, you must also specify each PLU/Department/Group which
subjected to VIP sale.
Function / VIP (for each VIP (1-3))
Category
VIP
Function text
Title text
114
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
VIP Number
Normal Text
Key Text
Title Text
Parameter
(1-3)
30 characters text
16 Characters text
16 Characters text
■ Waste
Program the following items in Waste of Function module for waste mode operation.
NOTE
You must also specify employees to whom waste mode operation is allowed.
Function / Waste
Category
Waste
Authority
SMA
SMA
Item
Waste stock adjustment
Waste Mode operation ignores
Condiment Compulsory
Parameter
Yes / No
Yes / No
115
■ No sale
No sale operation can be execute by touching a cash key (complex key type) or [Nosale] key (exclusive
key type).
Program the following items in No sale of Function module for no sale operation.
NOTE
You must also specify employees to whom no sale operation is allowed.
Function / No Sale
Category
No Sale Text
Setting
116
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
Key type
Parameter
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
Complex-key type
/ Exclusive-key type
■ Deposit (+)
Program the following items in Deposit (+) of Function module for deposit operation in guest control.
Function / Deposit(+)
Category
Deposit(+) Text
Amount
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
HALO
Parameter
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
(amount)
117
■ Deposit (-) (Deposit refund)
Program the following items in Deposit (-) of Function module for deposit refund operation in guest
control.
Function / Deposit(-)
Category
Authority Item
Deposit(-) Text SPV
Normal Text
SPV
Display Text
SPV
Key Text
Amount
SPV
HALO
118
Parameter
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
(amount)
■ Received on Account (RA)
The POS system provides two types of Received on Account (RA) operation; allowing RA in cash
payment or in mixed payment of cash, check and credit, which are selected in System Setting.
For detailed programming for RA operation, select Received on Account of Function module.
NOTE
You must also specify employees to whom RA operation is allowed.
Function / Received on Account (for each RA (1-n))
Category
Number
RA Text
Amount
Account
Balance
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
RA Number
Normal Text (Max 30 Characters)
Display Text
(Max 20 Characters)
Key Text
HALO
Account Balance
Parameter
1-99
30 characters text
20 characters text
Yes / No
Full / Partial
SPV
Card Number Printing
Card Number Format
(Partial-1 : ************3456
Number is printed only last 4 digits.)
Account balance kind
SPV
SPV
NEGATIVE# Check
POSITIVE# Check
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
16 characters text
(amount)
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
Card Reader Compulsory
/ Offline Compulsory
/ Online Compulsory
Yes / No
Yes / No
119
■ Paid Out (PO)
The POS system provides two types of Paid Out (PO) operation; allowing PO in cash payment or in
mixed payment of cash, check and credit, which are selected in System Setting.
For detailed programming for PO operation, select Paid Out of Function module.
NOTE
You must also specify employees to whom PO operation is allowed.
Function / Paid Out (for each PO (1-n))
Category
Number
PO Text
Amount
120
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
PO Number
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
HALO
Parameter
1-99
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
(amount)
■ Function Text
You can program a maximum of 30 characters for each function in Function Text of Function module.
The texts are used for printing or viewing sales reports.
Function / Function Text (for each Function Text)
Category
Function Text
Authority Item
SMA
Default Text (Display Only)
SMA
Normal Text
Parameter
(30 characters text)
(30 characters text)
Print item list (default text)
Dept TL
Dept(-)
Hash TL
Hash(-)
Non Turnover
Gift
CP PLU
Differ
V.CP UPC
Discount
Tax n ST (n: Tax number (1-10))
GRS TAX n (n: Tax number (1-10)
RFD TAX n (n: Tax number (1-10)
GRS MTAX
RFD MTAX
TTL TAX
NET n (n: Tax number (1-10))
TAX n EXPT (n: Tax number (1-10))
NET
NET1
NET2
NET3
Order TL
Paid TL
Non Com.
Waste TL
Com.Amt n (n: 1-9)
Void mode
MGR Void
SBTL Void
Last Void
NoPrtVoid
Past Void
Return
Refund
Hash VD
Hash NoP.VD
Hash P.VD
Hash RT
121
Hash RF
Gift VD
GC NoP.VD
GC P.VD
Gift RF
Gift RF CNG
NOTURNVD
NT NoP.VD
NT P.VD
NOTURNRT
NOTURNRF
TRANS CT
VP CNT
DRW CNT
G.C. CNT
Guest
Bill CNT
TRAY CNT
***PBAL
CLK TRNS
***CID
CA+CH ID
CA+CH IS
*CH ID
CHARGE n (n: 1-99) ***
CHARGE n- (n: 1 - 99) ***
EMPL CHG(+)
EMPL CHG(-)
Combo n
TAX SFT n-m(n: Tax Shift (1-10) m: Method number (1-5)) ***
EXCH n IS (n: Exchange number (1-9))
DOM.CUR n (n: Exchange number (1-9))
EX1 CHK
DOM.CUR CHK.
EX1 CREDIT
DOM.CR 1
SCM(+)
SCM(-)
SUBTOTAL
MDSE ST
***TOTAL
CHANGE
CHARGE
CHECK PR
DUE
TIP DUE
BALANCE
TARE WT.
RST SBTL
RESET TL
MISOP TL
BILL VOID
SLIP MSG
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CCD
IMEDIATE GLU
OPEN TABLEE
RECALL GLU
SET COUNT DOWN
INQUIRE MSG
NON TURN
REM CHARGE
PRICE CHANGE
CHANGE CONDIMENT
CHANGE TARE
UPDATE
TIME-IN
TIME-OUT
BREAK-IN
BREAK-OUT
PAID BREAK-IN
CUMULATED BILL
PLU ST
Hash TTL
ST % TTL
Item % TTL
RA % TTL
ST (-) TTL
Item (-) TTL
RA (-) TTL
Gr.Disc TTL
Average
Order - Paid
Com. TTL
Cash TTL
CCD Differ
Check TTL (Cheque Total)
CA/CHK TTL
Charge TTL
Conv TTL
(Exchange Total)
DIF.TL
RA TTL
PO TTL
SC TTL
(%)Sales
CLOSE CHECK
OPEN CHECK
PAYMENT TTL
DISCOUNT TTL
AVERAGE / CLERK
AVERAGE / TABLE
123
Payment
■ Module list
Payment
Finalization
Cash
Check
Charge/Credit
Employee Charge
Customer Charge
Cashing a Check
Service
Final
Hotel Transfer
Check Change
Cash Transfer
Negative #
Positive #
Service Charge
Gratuity
Tip*
Cash Tip
Charge Tip
Tip Paid
Tip Transfer
Tax
System
Tax
Manual Tax
Subtotal VAT
Tax Shift
Conversion
Euro
* For Tip edit function, you do not have to program in Payment module, though it is necessary to
program whether you allow each employee to perform edit function.
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■ Cash
Selecting Cash from Finalization of Payment module allows you to program cash keys ([CASH n]).
Payment / Finalization / Cash (for Cash 1 - n)
Category
Number
Media Text
Settings
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Discount
SPV
Item
Cash Number
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
Compulsory tendering
HALO
HALO of the change due amount
Table entry
Short amount tender
Method of retention on Closed
transaction file
Automatic Group discount #
Tax
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Taxable 1 Delete
Taxable 2 Delete
Taxable 3 Delete
Taxable 4 Delete
Taxable 5 Delete
Taxable 6 Delete
Taxable 7 Delete
Taxable 8 Delete
Taxable 9 Delete
Taxable 10 Delete
Taxable Shift No.
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
VAT / Tax
Drawer open
Drawer open at ST = 0
Compulsory validation printing
Footer printing
Compulsory Receipt issue
Compulsory Bill (slip) printing
Compulsory Bill on Receipt printing
Bill Header printing
Bill Footer printing
Drawer
Printer
Parameter
1-99
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
Yes / No
(amount)
(amount)
Compulsory / Inhibited /Allowed
Disable / Enable
Retained / No retained
Group discount #
(0 : not used)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Taxable Shift #
(0 : not used)
Update / Not
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
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Category
EFT
Authority Item
SPV
EFT
(EFT Kind is determined by
Device programming)
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
EFT SETTING
(Datatran only)
EFT TYPE
(Datatran only)
Card Number printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card Number Format *1
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card number hide digits
(Datatran / Account balance)
Tip line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Signature line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Name of Card holder printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Expiration printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Account balance kind
(Account balance only)
NEGATIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
POSITIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
Number of Authorization Receipt
(Datatran / Account balance)
Receipt Print LALO (Datatran)
*1 Partial-1 : ************3456
Number is printed only last 4digits.
Partial-2 :123456789012****
Number is printed exclude last digits.
Number of hide digits is programmed at “Card number hide digits”
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Parameter
Account Balance
/ EFT1
/ EFT2
/ EFT3
/ EFT4
/ Noncompulsory
AUTH-ONLY / DIAL
/ POSH-AUTH
GIFT CARD / CHECK
/ DEBIT / CREDIT
No / Yes
Full / Partial-1 / Partial-2
(Integer)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Card Reader Compulsory
/Offline Compulsory
/Online Compulsory
Yes / No
Yes / No
0-9
(Amount)
■ Check
Selecting Check from Finalization of Payment module allows you to program cheque keys ([CHECK
n]).
Payment / Finalization / Check (for Check 1 - n)
Category
Number
Media Text
Discount
SPV
Item
Check Number
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
Compulsory tendering
HALO
HALO of the change due amount
Change due payment
Table entry
Short amount tender
Method of retention on Closed
transaction file
Automatic Group discount #
Tax
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Taxable 1 Delete
Taxable 2 Delete
Taxable 3 Delete
Taxable 4 Delete
Taxable 5 Delete
Taxable 6 Delete
Taxable 7 Delete
Taxable 8 Delete
Taxable 9 Delete
Taxable 10 Delete
Taxable Shift No.
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
VAT / Tax
Drawer open
Drawer open at ST = 0
Compulsory validation printing
Footer printing
Compulsory Receipt issue
Compulsory Bill (slip) printing
Compulsory Bill on Receipt printing
Group discount #
(0 : not used)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Taxable Shift #
(0 : not used)
Update / Not
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
SPV
SPV
Bill Header printing
Bill Footer printing
Yes / No
Yes / No
Settings
Drawer
Printer
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Parameter
1-99
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
Yes / No
(amount)
(amount)
Allowed / Disallowed
Compulsory / Inhibited /Allowed
Disable / Enable
Retained / No retained
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Category
EFT
Authority Item
SPV
EFT
(EFT Kind is determined by
Device programming)
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
EFT SETTING
(Datatran only)
EFT TYPE
(Datatran only)
Card Number printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card Number Format *1
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card number hide digits
(Datatran / Account balance)
Tip line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Signature line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Name of Card holder printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Expiration printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Account balance kind
(Account balance only)
NEGATIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
POSITIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
Number of Authorization Receipt
(Datatran / Account balance)
Receipt Print LALO (Datatran)
Parameter
Account Balance
/ EFT1
/ EFT2
/ EFT3
/ EFT4
/ Noncompulsory
AUTH-ONLY / DIAL
/ POSH-AUTH
GIFT CARD / CHECK
/ DEBIT / CREDIT
No / Yes
Full / Partial-1 / Partial-2
(Integer)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Card Reader Compulsory
/Offline Compulsory
/Online Compulsory
Yes / No
Yes / No
0-9
(Amount)
*1 Partial-1 : ************3456
Number is printed only last 4digits.
Partial-2 :123456789012****
Number is printed exclude last digits.
Number of hide digits is programmed at “Card number hide digits”)
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■ Charge/Credit
Selecting Charge/Credit from Finalization of Payment module allows you to program credit keys
([CREDIT n]).
Payment / Finalization / Credit (for Credit 1 - n)
Category
Number
Media Text
Discount
SPV
Item
Credit Number
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
Compulsory tendering
HALO
HALO of the change due amount
Change due payment
Table entry
Short amount tender
Method of retention on Closed
transaction file
Automatic Group discount #
Tax
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Taxable 1 Delete
Taxable 2 Delete
Taxable 3 Delete
Taxable 4 Delete
Taxable 5 Delete
Taxable 6 Delete
Taxable 7 Delete
Taxable 8 Delete
Taxable 9 Delete
Taxable 10 Delete
Taxable Shift No.
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
VAT / Tax
Drawer open
Drawer open at ST = 0
Compulsory validation printing
Footer printing
Compulsory Receipt issue
Compulsory Bill (slip) printing
Compulsory Bill on Receipt printing
Group discount #
(0 : not used)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Taxable Shift #
(0 : not used)
Update / Not
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
SPV
SPV
Bill Header printing
Bill Footer printing
Yes / No
Yes / No
Settings
Drawer
Printer
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Parameter
1-99
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
Yes / No
(amount)
(amount)
Allowed / Disallowed
Compulsory / Inhibited /Allowed
Disable / Enable
Retained / No retained
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Category
EFT
Authority Item
SPV
EFT
(EFT Kind is determined by
Device programming)
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
EFT SETTING
(Datatran only)
EFT TYPE
(Datatran only)
Card Number printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card Number Format *1
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card number hide digits
(Datatran / Account balance)
Tip line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Signature line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Name of Card holder printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Expiration printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Account balance kind
(Account balance only)
NEGATIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
POSITIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
Number of Authorization Receipt
(Datatran / Account balance)
Receipt Print LALO (Datatran)
*1 Partial-1 : ************3456
Number is printed only last 4digits.
Partial-2 :123456789012****
Number is printed exclude last digits.
Number of hide digits is programmed at “Card number hide digits”
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Parameter
Account Balance
/ EFT1
/ EFT2
/ EFT3
/ EFT4
/ Noncompulsory
AUTH-ONLY / DIAL
/ POSH-AUTH
GIFT CARD / CHECK
/ DEBIT / CREDIT
No / Yes
Full / Partial-1 / Partial-2
(Integer)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Card Reader Compulsory
/ Offline Compulsory
/ Online Compulsory
Yes / No
Yes / No
0-9
(Amount)
■ Employee Charge
Selecting Employee Charge from Finalization of Payment module allows you to program the employee
charge key ([EMPL CHARGE]).
Payment / Finalization / Employee Charge (only one programming)
Category
Media Text
Discount
SPV
Item
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
Compulsory tendering
HALO
HALO of the change due amount
Change due payment
Short amount tender
Method of retention on Closed
transaction file
Automatic Group discount #
Tax
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Taxable 1 Delete
Taxable 2 Delete
Taxable 3 Delete
Taxable 4 Delete
Taxable 5 Delete
Taxable 6 Delete
Taxable 7 Delete
Taxable 8 Delete
Taxable 9 Delete
Taxable 10 Delete
Taxable Shift No.
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
VAT / Tax
Drawer open
Drawer open at ST = 0
Compulsory validation printing
Footer printing
Compulsory Receipt issue
Compulsory Bill (slip) printing
Compulsory Bill on Receipt printing
Bill Header printing
Bill Footer printing
Settings
Drawer
Printer
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Parameter
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
Yes / No
(amount)
(amount)
Allowed / Disallowed
Disable / Enable
Retained / No retained
Group discount #
(0 : not used)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Taxable Shift #
(0 : not used)
Update / Not
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
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Category
EFT
Authority Item
SPV
EFT
(EFT Kind is determined by
Device programming)
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
EFT SETTING
(Datatran only)
EFT TYPE
(Datatran only)
Card Number printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card Number Format *1
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card number hide digits
(Datatran / Account balance)
Tip line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Signature line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Name of Card holder printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Expiration printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Account balance kind
(Account balance only)
NEGATIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
POSITIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
Number of Authorization Receipt
(Datatran / Account balance)
Receipt Print LALO (Datatran)
*1 Partial-1 : ************3456
Number is printed only last 4digits.
Partial-2 :123456789012****
Number is printed exclude last digits.
Number of hide digits is programmed at “Card number hide digits”
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Parameter
Account Balance
/ EFT1
/ EFT2
/ EFT3
/ EFT4
/ Noncompulsory
AUTH-ONLY / DIAL
/ POSH-AUTH
GIFT CARD / CHECK
/ DEBIT / CREDIT
No / Yes
Full / Partial-1 / Partial-2
(Integer)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Card Reader Compulsory
/ Offline Compulsory
/ Online Compulsory
Yes / No
Yes / No
0-9
(Amount)
■ Customer Charge
Selecting Customer Charge from Finalization of Payment module allows you to program the customer
charge key ([CUST CHARGE]).
Payment / Finalization / Customer Charge (only one programming)
Category
Media Text
Discount
SPV
Item
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
Compulsory tendering
HALO
HALO of the change due amount
Change due payment
Short amount tender
Method of retention on Closed
transaction file
Automatic Group discount #
Tax
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Taxable 1 Delete
Taxable 2 Delete
Taxable 3 Delete
Taxable 4 Delete
Taxable 5 Delete
Taxable 6 Delete
Taxable 7 Delete
Taxable 8 Delete
Taxable 9 Delete
Taxable 10 Delete
Taxable Shift No.
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
VAT / Tax
Drawer open
Drawer open at ST = 0
Compulsory validation printing
Footer printing
Compulsory Receipt issue
Compulsory Bill (slip) printing
Compulsory Bill on Receipt printing
Bill Header printing
Group discount #
(0 : not used)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Taxable Shift #
(0 : not used)
Update / Not
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
SPV
Bill Footer printing
Yes / No
Settings
Drawer
Printer
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Parameter
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
Yes / No
(amount)
(amount)
Allowed / Disallowed
Disable / Enable
Retained / No retained
133
Category
EFT
Authority Item
SPV
EFT
(EFT Kind is determined by
Device programming)
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
EFT SETTING
(Datatran only)
EFT TYPE
(Datatran only)
Card Number printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card Number Format *1
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card number hide digits
(Datatran / Account balance)
Tip line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Signature line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Name of Card holder printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Expiration printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Account balance kind
(Account balance only)
NEGATIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
POSITIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
Number of Authorization Receipt
(Datatran / Account balance)
Receipt Print LALO (Datatran)
*1 Partial-1 : ************3456
Number is printed only last 4digits.
Partial-2 :123456789012****
Number is printed exclude last digits.
Number of hide digits is programmed at “Card number hide digits”
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Parameter
Account Balance
/ EFT1
/ EFT2
/ EFT3
/ EFT4
/ Noncompulsory
AUTH-ONLY / DIAL
/ POSH-AUTH
GIFT CARD / CHECK
/ DEBIT / CREDIT
No / Yes
Full / Partial-1 / Partial-2
(Integer)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Card Reader Compulsory
/ Offline Compulsory
/ Online Compulsory
Yes / No
Yes / No
0-9
(Amount)
■ Cashing a Check
Program the following items for each of check keys allowing cashing a check operation ([CHECK n]) in
Cashing a Check of Finalization in Payment module.
NOTE
You must also specify employees to whom cashing a check is allowed.
Payment / Finalization / Cashing a Check (for Check 1-n)
Category
Authority Item
Cashing a Check SPV
Cashing a Check Number
SPV
Normal Text
SPV
HALO
EFT
SPV
EFT
(EFT Kind is determined by
Device programming)
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
EFT SETTING
(Datatran only)
EFT TYPE
(Datatran only)
Card Number printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card Number Format *1
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card number hide digits
(Datatran / Account balance)
Tip line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Signature line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Name of Card holder printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Expiration printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Account balance kind
(Account balance only)
NEGATIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
Parameter
1-99
30 characters text
(amount)
Account Balance
/ EFT1
/ EFT2
/ EFT3
/ EFT4
/ Noncompulsory
AUTH-ONLY / DIAL
/ POSH-AUTH
GIFT CARD / CHECK
/ DEBIT / CREDIT
No / Yes
Full / Partial-1 / Partial-2
(Integer)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Card Reader Compulsory
/ Offline Compulsory
/ Online Compulsory
Yes / No
*1 Partial-1 : ************3456
Number is printed only last 4digits.
Partial-2 :123456789012****
Number is printed exclude last digits.
Number of hide digits is programmed at “Card number hide digits”
135
Category
EFT
136
Authority Item
SPV
POSITIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
SPV
Number of Authorization Receipt
(Datatran / Account balance)
SPV
Receipt Print LALO (Datatran)
Parameter
Yes / No
0-9
(Amount)
■ Service
Selecting Service from Finalization of Payment module allows you to program the service key for guest
check temporary finalization.
Payment / Finalization / Service
Category
Media Text
Printer
EFT
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
Compulsory Receipt issue
Compulsory Bill (slip) printing
Compulsory Bill on Receipt printing
Bill Header printing
Bill Footer printing
EFT
(EFT Kind is determined by
Device programming)
SPV
EFT SETTING
(Datatran only)
EFT TYPE
(Datatran only)
Card Number printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card Number Format *1
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card number hide digits
(Datatran / Account balance)
Tip line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Signature line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Name of Card holder printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Expiration printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Parameter
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Account Balance
/ EFT1
/ EFT2
/ EFT3
/ EFT4
/ Noncompulsory
AUTH-ONLY / DIAL
/ POSH-AUTH
GIFT CARD / CHECK
/ DEBIT / CREDIT
No / Yes
Full / Partial-1 / Partial-2
(Integer)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
*1 Partial-1 : ************3456
Number is printed only last 4digits.
Partial-2 :123456789012****
Number is printed exclude last digits.
Number of hide digits is programmed at “Card number hide digits”
137
Category
EFT
Authority Item
SPV
Account balance kind
(Account balance only)
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
138
NEGATIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
POSITIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
Number of Authorization Receipt
(Datatran / Account balance)
Receipt Print LALO (Datatran)
Parameter
Card Reader Compulsory
/ Offline Compulsory
/ Online Compulsory
Yes / No
Yes / No
0-9
(Amount)
■ Final
Selecting Final from Finalization of Payment module allows you to program the final key for guest check
temporary finalization.
Payment / Finalization / Final
Category
Media Text
Printer
EFT
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Display Text
Key Text
Compulsory Receipt issue
Compulsory Bill (slip) printing
Compulsory Bill on Receipt printing
Bill Header printing
Bill Footer printing
EFT
(EFT Kind is determined by
Device programming)
SPV
EFT SETTING
(Datatran only)
EFT TYPE
(Datatran only)
Card Number printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card Number Format *1
(Datatran / Account balance)
Card number hide digits
(Datatran / Account balance)
Tip line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Signature line printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Name of Card holder printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
Expiration printing
(Datatran / Account balance)
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Parameter
20 characters text
16 characters text
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Account Balance
/ EFT1
/ EFT2
/ EFT3
/ EFT4
/ Noncompulsory
AUTH-ONLY / DIAL
/ POSH-AUTH
GIFT CARD / CHECK
/ DEBIT / CREDIT
No / Yes
Full / Partial-1 / Partial-2
(Integer)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
*1 Partial-1 : ************3456
Number is printed only last 4digits.
Partial-2 :123456789012****
Number is printed exclude last digits.
Number of hide digits is programmed at “Card number hide digits”
139
Category
EFT
Authority Item
SPV
Account balance kind
(Account balance only)
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
140
NEGATIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
POSITIVE# Check
(Account balance only)
Number of Authorization Receipt
(Datatran / Account balance)
Receipt Print LALO (Datatran)
Parameter
Card Reader Compulsory
/ Offline Compulsory
/ Online Compulsory
Yes / No
Yes / No
0-9
(Amount)
■ Hotel Transfer
Selecting Hotel Transfer from Finalization of Payment module allows you to program the hotel transfer
key for guest check control.
Payment / Finalization / Hotel Transfer
Category
Media Text
Drawer
Printer
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
HALO
Drawer open
Compulsory Receipt issue
Compulsory Bill (slip) printing
Compulsory Bill on Receipt printing
Bill Header printing
Bill Footer printing
Parameter
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
(amount)
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
141
■ Check Change
Selecting Check Change from Finalization of Payment module allows you to program the cheque
change operation.
Payment / Finalization / Check Change
Category
Authority Item
Check change SPV
Normal Text
SPV
HALO
142
Parameter
30 characters text
(amount)
■ Cash Transfer
Program the following items in Cash Transfer of Finalization in Payment module for cash transfer
operation.
NOTE
You must also specify employees to whom cash transfer operation is allowed.
Payment / Finalization / Cash transfer
Category
Authority
Cash Transfer SPV
SPV
Item
Normal Text
Key Text
Parameter
30 characters text
16 characters text
143
■ Negative #
Program a negative code for each negative number in Negative# of Finalization in Payment module.
Payment / Finalization / Negative# (for each Negative# )
Category
Negative#
144
Authority Item
SMA
Negative Code
Parameter
20 digits numeric code
■ Positive #
Program a positive code for each positive number in Positive# of Finalization in Payment module.
Payment / Finalization / Positive# (for each Positive# )
Category
Positive#
Authority Item
SMA
Positive Code
Parameter
20 digits numeric code
145
■ Service Charge
You can have either amount threshold or guest number (cover count) threshold to apply service charge.
Each threshold can have three levels of threshold, and amount or rate service charge is applicable and
apply tax to the charge amount/rate.
Therefore, a total of 4 types are available:
• Three levels of amount threshold
- amount charge
- rate charge
• Three levels of guest number threshold - amount charge
- rate charge
Selecting Service Charge from Finalization of Payment allows you to program service charge function.
Payment / Finalization / Service Charge
Category
Authority
Service Charge SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
146
Item
Normal Text
Service Charge
Type
Amount Threshold 1 through 3
Guest number Threshold 1 through 3
Calculation type
Service Charge Amount for
Threshold 1 through 3
% Sign for Threshold 1
Service Charge % for Threshold 1
% Sign for Threshold 2
Service Charge % for Threshold 2
% Sign for Threshold 3
Service Charge % for Threshold 3
Taxable 1 through 10
Parameter
30 characters text
Yes / No
Amount Threshold
/ Guest number Threshold
(amount)
Guest #
% / Amount
(amount)
+/(% rate)
+/(% rate)
+/(% rate)
Yes / No
■ Gratuity
You can have either amount threshold or guest number (cover count) threshold to apply gratuity. Each
threshold can have three levels of threshold, and amount or rate gratuity is applicable and apply tax to
the charge amount/rate.
Therefore, a total of 4 types are available:
• Three levels of amount threshold
- amount charge
- rate charge
• Three levels of guest number threshold - amount charge
- rate charge
Selecting Gratuity from Finalization of Payment allows you to program gratuity.
Payment / Finalization / Gratuity
Category
Gratuity
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Normal Text
Gratuity
Type
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Amount Threshold 1 through 3
Customer Threshold 1 through 3
Calculation type % / Amount
Gratuity Amount for
Threshold 1 through 3
% Sign for Threshold 1
Gratuity % for Threshold 1
% Sign for Threshold 2
Gratuity % for Threshold 2
% Sign for Threshold 3
Gratuity % for Threshold 3
Include Tax
Include Discount
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Parameter
30 characters text
Yes / No
Amount Threshold
/ Guest number Threshold
(amount)
Guest #
% / Amount
(amount)
+/(% rate)
+/(% rate)
+/(% rate)
Yes / No
Yes / No
147
■ Cash Tip
Program the following items in Cash Tip of Tip in Payment module for cash tip operation.
NOTE
You must also specify employees to whom cash tip operation is allowed and also compulsory or
noncompulsory when allowed.
Payment / Tip / Cash Tip
Category
Cash Tip Text
Cash Tip Amount
Tip
148
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
HALO for Totalizer
HALO for entry
Over tender is Gratuity
Parameter
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
(amount)
(amount)
Yes / No
■ Charge Tip
Program the following items in Charge Tip of Tip in Payment module for charge tip operation.
NOTE
You must also specify employees to whom charge tip operation is allowed and also compulsory or
noncompulsory when allowed.
Payment / Tip / Charge Tip
Category
Charge Tip Text
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
Charge Tip Amount SPV
SPV
Tip
SPV
Item
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
HALO for Totalizer
HALO for entry
Over tender is Gratuity
Parameter
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
(amount)
(amount)
Yes / No
149
■ Tip Paid
Program the following items in Tip Paid of Tip in Payment module for tip paid operation.
NOTE
You must also specify employees to whom tip paid operation is allowed.
Payment / Tip / Tip Paid
Category
Tip Paid Text
Tip
150
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Parameter
Normal Text
30 characters text
Display Text
20 characters text
Key Text
16 characters text
When TIP is remained at Ind.
Yes / No
Clerk Resetting, automatic TIP PAID
■ Tip Transfer
Program the following items in Tip Transfer of Tip in Payment module for tip transfer operation.
NOTE
You must also specify employees to whom tip transfer operation is allowed.
Payment / Tip / Tip Transfer
Category
Tip Transfer Text
Authority
SPV
SPV
SPV
Item
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
Parameter
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
151
■ System (in Tax)
As the system setting for your tax system, program the following items in System of Tax in Payment
module.
Payment / Tax / System
Category
Tax System
152
Authority
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
Item
Taxable subtotal
Calculation timing
Print tax on the receipt when tax is 0
Tax printing when taxable subtotal is 0
Parameter
Net only /Gross & Refund
Auto / Manual
Yes / No
Yes / No
■ Tax
For the automatic VAT/tax system, program the following items in Tax of Tax in Payment module.
NOTE
Tax table is for US tax system.
Payment / Tax / Tax (for each tax (1-10))
Category
Number
Tax Text
Tax system
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
Add on Tax
% Tax
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Table Tax
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Tax Number
Normal Text
Tax system
Parameter
(1 -10)
30 characters text
Inclusive Tax (VAT)
/ Add on Tax
Calculation Base
Tax on Tax / Tax on Base
Calculation method
% Tax / Tax Table
Tax Rate
% rate
Fraction treatment
Disregarding
/ Raising to unit
/ Rounding
Lower Tax limit
(amount)
Tax rate
(% rate)
Cycle
(amount)
Initial tax
(amount)
Tax exempt limit
(amount)
Break point (maximum 100 break points) (amount)
153
■ Manual Tax
For the manual VAT/tax system, program the following items in Manual Tax of Tax in Payment module
for tax calculation.
Payment / Tax / Manual Tax
Category
Manual Tax Text
Setting
154
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Normal Text
Key Text
HALO
Parameter
30 characters text
16 characters text
(amount)
■ Subtotal VAT
For the [SubtotalVAT] key operation, program the following items in Subtotal VAT of Tax in Payment
module.
Payment / Tax / Subtotal VAT
Category
SBTL VAT Text
Setting
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Normal Text
Key Text
% Rate
Subtotal VAT
Parameter
30 characters text
16 characters text
(% rate)
Yes / No
155
■ Tax Shift
For each tax shift status, program the following items in Tax Shift of Tax in Payment module.
Payment / Tax / Tax Shift (for each Tax shift (1- 10))
Category
Number
Tax Shift Text
Tax Shift
Tax status 1
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Tax Shift Number
Normal Text
Key Text
System
SMA
Operation method
SMA
Original Tax Condition 1 :
Tax 1 through 10
Result Tax Condition 1 :
Tax 1 through 10
Original Tax Condition 2 :
Tax 1 through 10
Result Tax Condition 2 :
Tax 1 through 10
Original Tax Condition 3 :
Tax 1 through 10
Result Tax Condition 3 :
Tax 1 through 10
Original Tax Condition 4 :
Tax 1 through 10
Result Tax Condition 4 :
Tax 1 through 10
Original Tax Condition 5 :
Tax 1 through 10
Result Tax Condition 5 :
Tax 1 through 10
SMA
Tax status 2
SMA
SMA
Tax status 3
SMA
SMA
Tax status 4
SMA
SMA
Tax status 5
SMA
SMA
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Parameter
(1-10)
30 characters text
16 characters text
Manual / Auto by Employee
/ Auto by Media / Aut by Terminal
Only 1 item shift
/ Transaction shift
On / Off / Don’t care
On / Off / Leave / Reverse
On / Off / Don’t care
On / Off / Leave / Reverse
On / Off / Don’t care
On / Off / Leave / Reverse
On / Off / Don’t care
On / Off / Leave / Reverse
On / Off / Don’t care
On / Off / Leave / Reverse
■ Conversion
Program the following items for each of currency exchange keys ([EXCHANGE n]) in Conversion of
Payment module.
Payment / Conversion (for each Conversion (1-9))
Category
Number
Conversion Text
Conversion
Settings
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Conversion Number
Normal Text
Display Text
Key Text
Conversion rate
(if the conversion rate is
programmed for 0.0000, currency
conversion is inhibited: Error)
Currency descriptor
Calculation method
Foreign currency format
Drawer open at ST = 0
Foreign currency drawer no.
SMA
TAB
Parameter
(1-9)
30 characters text
20 characters text
16 characters text
(% rate)
(0.000000 - 9999.999999)
4 characters text
Division / Multiplication
Upper than TAB only / All
Yes / No
Drawer #
(0 - 2)
0-3
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■ Euro
When your country newly introduces EURO currency, program the following items for EURO migration
operation in Euro of Payment module.
NOTE
Some items are automatically changed by automatic EURO migration operation. For details of EURO
migration functions, please refer to the EURO Migration Function section.
Payment / Euro
Category
Euro
Authority
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
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Item
Automatic converting the unit price
at EURO
The date of exchanging the currency
between LOCAL and EURO : Year
The date of exchanging the currency
between LOCAL and EURO : Month
The date of exchanging the currency
between LOCAL and EURO : Day
The date of exchanging the currency
between LOCAL and EURO : Hours
Enforced EURO CHANGING JOB
at the programmed date
Payment for Conversation 1 entry
Conversion 1 amount print for
Total and Change
Conversion 1 amount print for
payment VP
Converting the unit price of
EAN Non-PLU Code
(Suffix code : 21, 22, 23, 27)
Converting the unit price of
EAN Non-PLU Code
(All)
Parameter
Yes / No
(2 digits)
(2 digits)
(2 digits)
(2 digits)
Noncompulsory / Compulsory
Cash only / All media
Domestic / With Conversion 1
Domestic / With Conversion 1
Not Convert / Convert
Not Convert / Convert
Employee
■ Module list
Employee
Employee
Employee Function
Contactless Clerk Key
Time Edit
Terminal Selection
Authority
Authority Text
Commission
Commission
Team Commission
Even Commission
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■ Employee
Selecting Employee from Employee module allows you to program the following items for each
employee:
Employee personal information
• Employee code
• Name
• Clerk code for those whom operating POS servers
• Password for clerk code
Working location
• Default revenue center
• Default area and other areas (a maximum 7 areas including the default area)
According to the default revenue center and default area, the first screen displayed when the
clerk operates a sign-in operation will be decided.
Employee function status
• Entering training mode
• Assigning to a supervisor for guest control
• Authority level
The employee can access the POS terminal functions having the same or lower authority level.
Allocation of authority level to functions can be programmed at Authority module.
• Use of Drink Dispenser (DD)
Attribution
• Language
If available all messages are displayed in the specified language when the employee makes
a log-in operation. Please consult your dealer for details.
• Drawer number
When a clerk operates a POS terminal, the drawer having the drawer number will open.
• Table entry compulsory/noncompulsory
• Table open method
Touch only (Method 1)
Touch and [Order] key (Method 2)
• Entry of number of guests (cover count) compulsory/noncompulsory
• Opening guest check for reorder one check only/multiple checks
• Tip entry compulsory/noncompulsory
• Department shift status
• Tax shift status
Sales for employee
• Employee sales amount limitation
When the employee reaches their limitation, an error occurs.
Commission
• Commission rate
• Net sales %
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Employee / Employee (for each employee)
Category
Employee
Authority Item
SMA
Employee Code
(Employee Code is used to log in)
SMA
Name
(Long name (full name) for employee
control and Back-/Head office usage.)
SMA
Clerk Code
(Clerk Code is used to sign on by
code or key)
SMA
Password *1
Location
SMA
SMA
Function
SMA
SMA
SMA
Default Revenue Center
Default Area
Select the location specific clerk’s
are allowed to work on.
Training function *2
Supervisor function *3
Authority Level *4
SMA
SMA
DD Enable
Language *6
SMA
Drawer No.
(Select the drawer that should be
opened for this employee)
Table entry
Table open method
Attribute
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Compulsory entry of the number
of guests
Guest Check Recorder
SMA
SMA
SMA
Tip entry
Department shift status
Tax shift status
Parameter
22 digits numeric code
16 characters text
4 digits numeric code
8 digits numeric code
(None : password not exist)
(1 - 5 / 0 : not specified)
Area #
(0 : not specified)
Yes / No
Yes / No
(Select from
Authority Level texts) *5
Enable / Disable
ENG / ENU / DEU / FRA
/ ESP
Drawer #
(0 - 2)
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
Touch only
/ Touch and [Order] key
Compulsory /Allowed / Inhibit
One Guest Check per Table
/ Multiple Guest Checks may
be opened
Compulsory / Noncompulsory
(1 - n / 0 : not use)
(1 - n / 0 : not use)
*1 In following case password settings is required.
Sign-on, Log-in, Time-in, Time-out, Break-in, Break-out, Paid break-in, Time-edit and Server
Transfer function
*2 If this option is selected, transactions entered by this employee will not affect any sales.
*3 This function has the purpose to allow access for the supervisor to tables belonging to other clerks,
although clerk checking at additional order is activated.
*4 It is possible to specify the authority level to each job function. And each employee can link the
authority level. This authority level can be set to any function.
*5 The Authority Level texts are decided in Authority Text of Employee module.
*6 If available, terminal will display messages in the selected language. Please consult your dealer for
details.
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Category
Sales for
employee
Commission
162
Authority Item
SMA
Employee sales limitation
(Once the employee reached their
LIMITATION preset, error occurs.)
SMA
Commission rate
(This rate determines how many % of
his realized commission groups total is
his real commission.)
SMA
Net sales %
This rate is used for clerk report.
Parameter
(amount)
(0 : unlimited)
(% rate)
(0.000 - 100.000)
(% rate)
(0.00 - 100.00)
■ Employee Function
Selecting Employee Function from Employee module allows you to program availability of POS
functions for each employee.
Employee / Employee Function (for each employee)
Category
Employee
Programming
on terminal
Report on
terminal
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Employee Name (Display only)
Password
Reason
Tare weight change because of
temporary plate / package change.
X Report : Transaction report
X Report : Department report
X Report : Department markdown report
X Report : Group total report
X Report : Item report
X Report : Item report by time zone
X Report : Theoretical food cost% report
X Report : Simple stock report
X Report : Hourly report
X Report : PLU hourly report
X Report : Sales by terminal report
X Report : Clerk report (individual)
X Report : Clerk report (all)
X Report : Clerk summary report
X Report : Tefra by employee code report
X Report : Tefra by employee name report
X Report : EJ report
X Report : DD Error
Z Report : Transaction report
Z Report : Department report
Z Report : Item report
Z Report : Hourly report
Z Report : PLU hourly report (individual)
Z Report : Clerk report (individual)
Z Report : Clerk report (all)
Z Report : EJ report
Z Report : DD Error
Z Report : DD Reset
Parameter
Yes / No
Yes / No
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
163
Category
Employee
Function
164
Authority Item
SMA
Department shift n
(for each Department shift)
SMA
Last item void
SMA
Non-printed item void
SMA
Printed item void
SMA
Subtotal void
SMA
Void mode
SMA
Refund
SMA
Return
SMA
Waste mode
SMA
Price change - Price change mode
SMA
Price change - Price change during
transaction
SMA
Price change function in Price change
SMA
Dept change function in Price change
SMA
(-) n (for each (-))
SMA
% n (for each %)
SMA
Group discount n
(for each Group discount)
SMA
RA n (for each RA n)
SMA
PO n (for each PO n)
SMA
No sale
SMA
Zero finalization
SMA
Vip 1 Sale
SMA
Vip 2 Sale
SMA
Vip 3 Sale
SMA
Copy receipt
SMA
Item VP
SMA
Total VP
SMA
Open table
SMA
Bill separate
SMA
Bill transfer / totalizer
SMA
Clerk transfer
SMA
Clerk transfer without confirmation
SMA
Intermediate GLU reading
SMA
Many bill printing
SMA
Bill void
SMA
Recall transaction
SMA
G.C.Copy
SMA
Tip in
SMA
Tip paid
SMA
Tip edit
SMA
Tip transfer
SMA
Without service
SMA
Service override
Parameter
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
Category
Employee
Function
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Without gratuity
Subtotal
MDSE ST
Taxable ST
Differ ST
Manual tax
Subtotal VAT
Tax delete
Tax shift
Foreign currency drawer open
Cash n (for each Cash)
Check n (for each Check)
Charge/Credit n
(for each Charge/Credit)
Employee charge
Cashing a Check
Cash transfer
Limitation (HALO/LALO) override
Compulsory (VP, Bill, etc) Override
CCD override
Inquire function - Price change
Countdown setting
Registration when countdown value is 0
Time edit
Customer entry
SCM
OS shutdown
EOD
Parameter
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed / Disallowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
/ Disallowed
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■ Contactless Clerk Key
When using contact clerk keys for clerk sign-on/off operation, specify the contact clerk key identification
number for each contactless clerk key and assign an employee who uses the key in Contactless Clerk
Key of Employee module.
Employee / Contactless Clerk key
Category
Contactless
Clerk Key
166
(for each Contactless Clerk key ID)
Authority Item
SMA
Contactless Clerk key ID
You must use contactless clerk Key to
enter the contactless clerk key ID.
You can’t use keyboard to enter the
Contactless Clerk Key ID.
SMA
Employee
Parameter
128 bit ID code
(not change)
Employee
Selected from Employee
name list
■ Time Edit
The time edit function is provided to modify the employees working time.
When you select Time Edit from Employee module, the following windows will open.
Select the target employee and target date to display the employee’s time records. You can edit time-in
and time-out clock records.
NOTE
When an option software Labor Control module is installed, this operation is disabled. You can edit time
in/out clock records at the software.
167
■ Terminal Selection
Selecting Terminal Selection from Employee module allows you to assign a POS terminal for each
employee.
Employee / Terminal Selection (for each Employee)
Category
Terminal Selection
168
Authority
SMA
SMA
Item
Employee Number
Terminal Number
Parameter
22 digits numeric code
(1-9999)
■ Authority
Selecting Authority from Employee module allows you to set authority level, password and reason
code to POS functions.
NOTE
The Authority Level texts are decided in Authority Text of Employee module.
Employee / Authority (for each function )
Category
Programming
on terminal
Report on
terminal
Authority
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
Item
Authority level
Special Password
Reason Code
Tare weight change because
of temporary plate / package change.
X Report : Transaction report
X Report : Department report
X Report : Department markdown report
X Report : Group total report
X Report : Item report
X Report : Item report by time zone
X Report : Theoretical food cost% report
X Report : Simple stock report
X Report : Hourly report
X Report : PLU hourly report
X Report : Sales by terminal report
X Report : Clerk report (individual)
X Report : Clerk report (all)
X Report : Clerk summary report
X Report : Tefra by employee code
report
X Report : Tefra by employee name
report
X Report : EJ report
X Report : DD Error
Z Report : Transaction report
Z Report : Department report
Z Report : Item report
Z Report : Hourly report
Z Report : PLU hourly report (individual)
Z Report : Clerk report (individual)
Z Report : Clerk report (all)
Z Report : EJ report
Z Report : DD Error
Z Report : DD Reset
Parameter
(Select from Authority
Level texts)
(8 digits numeric code)
Yes/No
For each item program
authority level, special
password and reason
code.
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Category
Function
Authority
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
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Item
Department shift n
(for each department shift)
Last item void
Non-printed item void
Printed item void
Subtotal void
Void mode
Refund
Return
Waste mode
Price change - Price change mode
Price change - Price change
during transaction
Price change function in
Price change
Dept change function in
Price change
(-) n (for each (-))
% n (for each %)
Group discount n
(for each group discount)
RA n (for each RA)
PO n (for each PO)
No sale
Zero finalization
Vip n sale (for each VIP sale)
Copy receipt
Item VP
Total VP
Open table
Bill separate
Bill transfer / totalizer
Clerk transfer
Clerk transfer
without confirmation
Intermediate GLU reading
Many bill printing
Bill void
Recall transaction
G.C.Copy
Tip in
Tip paid
Tip edit
Tip transfer
Without service
Service override
Parameter
For each item program
authority level, special
password and reason
code.
Category
Function
Authority
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
Item
Parameter
Without gratuity
Subtotal
MDSE ST
Taxable ST
Differ ST
Manual tax
Subtotal VAT
Tax delete
Tax Shift
Foreign currency drawer open
Cash n (for each Cash)
Check n (for each Check)
Charge/Credit n
For each item program
authority level, special
(for each Charge/Credit)
password and reason
Employee charge
code.
Cashing a Check
Cash transfer
Limitation (HALO/LALO) override
Compulsory (VP, Bill, etc) Overdrive
CCD override
Inquire function - Price change
Count down setting
Registration when count down value is 0
Time edit
Customer entry
SCM
OS shutdown
EOD
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■ Authority Text
Selecting Authority Text from Employee module allows you to program authority text to each authority
level number. A maximum of 256 authority level numbers from 0 to 256 are available.
Employee / authority text (for each authority level (0-255))
Category
Authority text
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Authority
MA
MA
Item
Authority Text number
Authority Text
(for each Authority level 0-255)
Parameter
(0-255)
16 Character Text
■ Commission
Commission rates for commission groups (1 to 9) can be specified in Commission of Employee
module.
Employee / Commission / Commission
Category
Commission
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Commission Group Number
Commission Text
Commission rate
Parameter
(1-9)
(30 Characters text)
(% rate) (0.000 - 100.000)
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■ Team Commission
For each team for team commission, the clerk code, the employee codes consisting the team (a clerk
should be included), and commission rate should be programmed in Team Commission of
Commission in Employee module.
Employee / Commission / Team commission (for each Team)
Category
Team Commission
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Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Clerk code
Related employee
Rate
(for each related employee)
Parameter
Clerk code
Employee code
(% rate)
(0.000 - 100.000)
■ Event Commission
For each event, revenue center, area number and table numbers where the event is held, the employee
number, and commission rate should be programmed in Event Commission of Commission in
Employee module.
Employee / Event commission (for each Event )
Category
Event Commission
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Revenue center Number
Area Number
Table Number
SMA
SMA
Employee Number
Rate
(for each related employee)
Parameter
(1-5)
(1-9999)
(1-9999)
/ 0 : All table in the area
22 digits numeric code
(% rate)
(0.000 - 100.000)
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Others
■ Module list
Others
Drawer Alarm
Training Text
Reason Codes
■ Drawer Alarm
To warn a clerk that the drawer is left open, the drawer can sound an alarm when a specified period has
passed.
Set the period at the Drawer Alarm of Others module.
NOTE
Open Alarm Counter base time is for USA type POS system.
Others / Drawer Alarm
Category
Drawer Alarm
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Authority
SMA
Item
Open Alarm Sound
SMA
Open Alarm Counter base time
Parameter
(second)
(1 - 255 / 0 : drawer open
alarm function doesn’t work)
(second)
(1 - 255 / 0 : till timer function
doesn’t work)
■ Training Text
Selecting Training Text of Others allows you to program training mode text.
Others / Training text
Category
Training text
Authority
MA
Item
Normal Text
Parameter
30 characters text
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■ Reason Codes
Reason codes can be applied to some functions, and for each reason code, you can program text of
reason code in Reason Codes of Others.
Others / Reason Codes (for each Reason Code)
Category
Reason Codes
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Authority
SMA
SMA
Item
Reason Code
Normal Text
Parameter
(1-9999)
30 characters text
Customer
■ Module list
Customer
Customer
Customer Function
■ Customer
For customer management, the customer code, name, address and the limit amount for charge tender
can be set for each customer in the Customer module.
NOTE
Customer code format depends on the programming at Customer Function described below.
Customer / Customer (for each customer (1-n))
Category
Customer
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Customer code
Name
Address
Charge limitation
Parameter
13 digit numeric code
16 characters text
32 characters text
(amount)(9 digits)
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■ Customer Function
For overall customer management, program customer data format, delete period of customer
information and customer code format in the Customer Function module.
Customer / Customer Function
Category
Authority
Customer Function MA
MA
MA
Item
Customer data
Delete period for customer
Customer Code format *1
Parameter
Total / Detail
(Months)
(1 - 99 / 0 : not delete)
Free type / Established type
*1 Free type : 13 digits free code
Established type : 13digits EAN code (08XXXXXXXXXXX) for code format
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Report Formats
■ Module list
Report Formats
End of Day
End of Day Period 1
End of Day Period 2
End of Day Daily Reports
End of Day Reports Period 1
End of Day Reports Period 2
Starting Cash Memory
Compulsory Cash Declaration
■ End of Day
Selecting End of Day from Reports Formats allows you to setup End of Day operation.
Report Formats / End of Day
Category
End of Day
Authority
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
Item
Automatic End of Day
Time of automatic End of Day
Warning hours
Printer error at End of Day reports
ADM
Open check exist at End of Day
ADM
Logging date of End of Day
ADM
T-Log data delete at Daily
End of Day
T-Log data save directory
when T-log data clear
Operating Log data delete
at Daily End of Day
Operating Log data save
directory when operating Log
data clear
ADM
ADM
ADM
Parameter
Yes / No
00:00 - 23:59
(hours)
Abort End of Day
/ Ignore printer error
Abort End of Day
/ Waiting to close the open checks
/ Force to execute End of Day
System date
/ The first transaction date
Yes / No
(directory)
Yes / No
(directory)
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■ End of Day Period 1
Selecting End of Day Period 1 from Reports Formats allows you to setup period 1 for periodic reports
issued at the End of Day operation.
Report Formats / End of Day Period 1
Category
Period 1
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Authority
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
Item
Execution week : Sunday
Execution week : Monday
Execution week : Tuesday
Execution week : Wednesday
Execution week : Thursday
Execution week : Friday
Execution week : Saturday
Execution day : 1 through 30
Execution day : 31 or last day of month
Execution month : January
Execution month : February
Execution month : March
Execution month : April
Execution month : May
Execution month : June
Execution month : July
Execution month : August
Execution month : September
Execution month : October
Execution month : November
Execution month : December
Parameter
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
■ End of Day Period 2
Selecting End of Day Period 2 from Reports Formats allows you to setup period 2 for periodic reports
issued at the End of Day operation.
Report Formats / End of Day Period 2
Category
Period 2
Authority
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
ADM
Item
Execution week : Sunday
Execution week : Monday
Execution week : Tuesday
Execution week : Wednesday
Execution week : Thursday
Execution week : Friday
Execution week : Saturday
Execution day : 1 through 30
Execution day : 31 or last day of month
Execution month : January
Execution month : February
Execution month : March
Execution month : April
Execution month : May
Execution month : June
Execution month : July
Execution month : August
Execution month : September
Execution month : October
Execution month : November
Execution month : December
Parameter
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
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■ End of Day Daily Reports
Selecting End of Day Daily Reports from Reports Formats allows you to setup daily report format
issued at the End of Day operation.
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1.
When you select End of Day Daily Reports, the following window will open.
2.
Click a report title, and click Issue Setting, the following window will open.
3.
Select Issue or Not issue, then click [OK].
Select Issue to issue the report automatically at the end of day.
4.
When necessary, repeat from the step 2.
5.
To finish the setting, click [EXIT].
■ End of Day Reports Period 1
Selecting End of Day Reports Period 1 from Reports Formats allows you to setup periodic 1 report
format issued at the end of day operation.
The procedure for setting is as the same as the procedure explained in the previous section. Please
refer to the previous page.
■ End of Day Reports Period 2
Selecting End of Day Reports Period 2 from Reports Formats allows you to setup periodic 2 report
format issued at the end of day operation.
The procedure for setting is as the same as the procedure explained in the previous section. Please
refer to the previous page.
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■ Starting Cash Memory
Select compulsory or noncompulsory entry of starting cash memory in Starting Cash Memory of
Reports Formats.
Report Formats / Starting Cash Memory
Category
SCM
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Authority
SMA
Item
SCM Compulsory
SMA
Entry of SCM(+)
/ (-) after registration
Parameter
Compulsory for all clerks
/ Compulsory for an individual clerk
/ Noncompulsory
Enable / Disable
■ Compulsory Cash Declaration
For compulsory cash declaration (CCD) operation, program the following items in Compulsory Cash
Declaration of Reports Formats.
Report Formats / Compulsory Cash Declaration
Category
CCD
Authority
SMA
Item
CCD Compulsory
SMA
SMA
Selection of objects for CCD
CCD report
SMA
In case of Terminal CCD,
report before CCD entry
Parameter
Inhibit / By Clerk report
/ By Terminal report
X report / Z report
Only the entered CCD data
/ With transaction details and the
difference
Enable / Disable
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POS Program Reports
■ Module list
POS Program Reports
POS Programming
Programming Restriction
Maintenance Data List
You can view or print the settings in POS Programming module. Select POS Programming,
Programming Restriction or Maintenance Data List to view or print.
When you select POS Programming module, the following window will open.
Click the target module you want, then click [Printing].
For Programming Restriction and Maintenance Data List, select [View] or [Print].
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6 Key Programming
Before starting key programming
To operate POS terminals, you must assign keys on the screens which are called key layout screens,
and relate the screens to the basic screens such as sign on screen, sign off screen and registration
screen. For area layout, you must creates table layout screens for areas and allocates tables on the
screens.
For details of screens and tables, please refer to the POS Terminal instruction manual.
NOTE
In order to create some keys such as PLU, PLU Menu, Cash, Exchange keys, you should have made
parameter settings in POS Programming section.
■ Command list
When you select Key Programming on the main screen, the following window will appear.
You can execute the following commands:
Free Key Layout:
Creates screens where keys are allocated, and allocates/edit all kinds of
keys.
Area Layout:
Creates/edits graphical table layout screens.
Screen Relationship:
Relates screens you created.
Macro Key:
Creates/edits automatic sequence for macro keys.
PLU Menu Key:
Edits PLU menu item (linked key) keys.
Condiment Key:
Allocates/edits condiment keys.
Appearance Table:
Specifies appearance of tables (key).
Pop Up Window:
Selects the use of [000] and [1/2] keys.
Compulsory Cash Keypad Specifies Compulsory Cash Declaration keypad.
Key Program Reports:
Selects this option to view/print the programming reports above.
NOTE
The method to set parameters in Appearance Table, Pop Up Window, Compulsory Cash Keypad are the
same as in POS programming. For details, please refer to “Before starting POS Programming” section.
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■ Outline for creating keys on screens
Making a new key layout screen:
1.
2.
3.
Select the free key layout module.
4.
Arrange keys to each of key areas in the key editing mode of the free key layout module. You can
edit key properties for each key.
Create a new key layout screen in the screen selection mode of the free key layout module.
Allocate several key areas to the selected key layout screen, and specify key area properties such
as number of keys and key color for each key area in the key area edit mode of the free key layout
module.
Allocating the key layout screens to a basic screen:
1.
2.
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Select the Screen Relationship module.
Allocate the key layout screen created in a basic screen.
■ Free key list
TEN KEY
0 thru 9
00
000
1/2
.
CL
(X)
Number Box
CANCEL
ENTER
SYSTEM
PROGRAMMING
SCREEN
JOB MENU
SCREEN
TABLE
ITEM
<UPDATE
OS SHUTDOWN
BACK OFFICE
HELP
Back Light
ROOM#
SCREEN#
JOB MENU
MENU#
TABLE LIST
TABLE LAYOUT
ZOOM
EXPAND
REPORT
EOS
EOD
GUEST
Used to enter a numeric data. (0 thru 9)
Used to enter a numeric data. (00)
Used to enter a numeric data. (000)
Used to enter a 1/2
Used to enter a fractional part.
Used to clear the entered data (amounts/rates/
parameters, etc.) and the error state.
Used to enter quantity.
Used as a display for the numbers entered using ten
keys.
Used to cancel your current operation or menu or return
to previous menu.
Used to select item/menu or entered data.
Used as a backspace key.
Used to update the programming settings.
Used to terminate the terminals.
Used to log in to the Back Office. (Use for the POS
server.)
Used to open HELP.
Adjusts backlight brightness.
Goes to a selected room.
Goes to a selected screen.
Goes to the job menu screen.
Goes to selected time zone (price level).
Goes to the open table list screen.
Goes to the table layout screen.
Enlarges a table layout.
Changes registration window display: edit/not edit
Goes to sales report printing.
Manually closes a work session.
Used to perform the End of Day operation.
Used for table search and for entry of the number of
guest.
Displays the waiting list.
Makes table reservation.
Joins a table to another table.
Makes a table available/unavailable (toggle key).
Smoking status(smoking/non-smoking) key
Entry or change of a guest name/address.
Sets a floor plan.
Sets employee for each section.
Uses a modifier PLU instead of normal PLU.
WAITING
RESERVATION
JOIN
AVAILABILITY
SMOKING
NAME/ADDR
FLOOR PLAN
SECTION
MODIFIER
(Modifier n)
DEPARTMENT
Changes a department code temporarily.
SHIFT (Dept shift n)
SCALE
Allows a scale entry.
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ITEM
GUEST CHECK
TRACKING
PLU/SUB
PLU Name
WITH
WITHOUT
OPEN TARE
PRICE CHANGE
COUNTDOWN
INQ
RECIPE
WASTE
NEXT COND.
REPEAT ROUND
UPSIZE
RDSIZE
TABLE #
Auto Table#
NBAL
Final
FUNCTION
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Deposit(+)
Deposit(-)
B.T. IN
B.T. OVER
TRANSFER
B.S.
SPLIT VALUE
SPLIT NUMBER
REMERGE
ORDER
RECALL
RECALL#
(-) ((-) n))
%(% n)
TEXT(TEXT #)
TEXT(Free Text)
RA(RA n)
PO(PO n)
Nosale
[-]
VOID MODE
CHECK VOID
REFUND
RETURN
[+]
Specifies a PLU code entered.
Searches PLU item by name.
Adds a tied PLU for combo or set PLU.
Deletes a tied PLU from a combo or set PLU.
Allows tare weight entry.
Changes the price of an item.
Warns short stock (from 86 pcs.).
Inquires the unit price of an item.
Displays a recipe.
Goes to the waste mode.
Goes to next condiment without setting current
condiment.
Allows reorder of the previous items for a table.
Serves a combo meal with a large size.
Serves a combo meal with a small size.
Opens a table by entering a table number.
Automatically opens a table by the Auto Table Code
Generation function.
Finalize a transaction temporarily without calculating
VAT/tax.
Finalize a transaction temporarily with the calculation of
VAT/tax.
Allows a deposit entry for a guest.
Allows a deposit refund.
Allows bill transfer/totalizing in a room.
Allows bill transfer/totalizing over rooms.
Allows table transfer from a clerk.
Opens bill separate window.
Allows B.S. split by value.
Allows B.S. split by number.
Remerges split bills.
Goes to the default registration screen.
Recall function via the transaction list
Used to recall a transaction by number entry
Allows discount by entering an amount.
Allows discount by entering a rate.
Allows free text entry by specifying a number.
Allows free text entry with a fixed number.
Allows received on account entry.
Allows paid out entry.
Allows no sale.
Allows item correction (deletion).
Enters the void mode.
Allows subtotal void.
Allows a refund entry.
Allows a return entry.
Allows item correction (addition)
FUNCTION
PAYMENT
EMPLOYEE
GD SFT #
GROUP DSC#
TAX SBTL
TAX SHIFT
(Tax Shift n)
EXCHANGE(EX n)
CASH (Cash n)
CHECK(Check n)
CREDIT(Credit n)
SBTL
MDSE SBTL
DIFF SBTL
TAX
Subtotal VAT
M-TAX
Emp. Charge
Cust. Charge
Hotel Transfer
Cash TIP In
Non Cash TIP In
Tip Paid
Tip Transfer
Cash Transfer
W/O GRATUITY
W/O SERVICE
SVC OVERRIDE
EDIT TIP
GC BALANCE
CLERK (CLERK n)
EXIT
CLK #
EMPLOYEE #
BAL
EMPL SALES
TIME IN
TIME OUT
BREAK IN
BREAK OUT
PAID BRK IN
TIME EDIT
Allows group discount shift.
Allows group discount.
(For US tax system)
Allows a tax shift.
Allows finalization by a foreign currency.
Allows cash n finalization.
Allows cheque n finalization.
Allows credit n finalization.
Obtains a subtotal.
(For US tax system)
Obtains difference subtotal.
(For US tax system)
Calculates VAT/tax.
Calculates manual tax.
Allows charge sales for employees.
Allows charge sale for customers.
Allows a hotel transfer.
Allows tip entry by cash.
Allows tip entry by check/charge.
Allows payment of tip to an employee.
Allows tip transfer/split.
Allows a cash transfer to check or credit.
Cancels gratuity.
Cancels service charge.
Change a rate of service charge.
Allows to edit tip amount.
Gift card balance
Allows a clerk entry using a clerk direct key.
Allows to log off.
Allows to enter a clerk code for clerk code entry.
Allows to enter an employee number.
Allows sales for employees.
Allows employees time-in operation.
Allows employees time-out operation.
Allows employees break-in operation (salary is not paid
during break in)
Allows employee break-out operation.
Allows employees break-in operation (salary is paid
during break in).
Allows time edit for employees.
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PRINTING
MACRO
SCM
VIP
CUSTOMER
PROGRAMMING
OPTION DEVICE
OFF LINE
RCP SF
VP
BILL
RCPT
G.C.RCPT
E.BILL
G.C. COPY
C.BILL
CHECK PRINT
KP HOLD
KP GO
RCPT SW
SORT SHIFT
MACRO#
(Macro name)
SCM+
SCMVIP n
CUST
CHANGE TARE
CHG COND.
DD Enable
DD Disable
DD Delete
DD Allocate
DD Release
DD CORRECT
DD MOP READ
DD D/L
DataTran
DSI ClientX
G&D ZVT700
elPAY Report1
elPAY Report2
Actbal Report
Open Store
Close Store
EJ Clear
T-log Clear
Lock Clear
Allows a receipt shift.
Allows a validation print.
Allows to print a bill.
Allows a receipt print.
Allows to print a guest check receipt.
Allows to print a entertainment bill.
Allows a guest check copy.
Allows to print a cumulated bill.
Allows a check print.
Allows to hold a menu order to remote printer.
Allows to release a held menu order to remote printer.
Allows a receipt print on/off.
Allows a sort shift.
Executes a macro key entry.
Executes the macro key entry.
Macro names named in the MACRO key module
appear here.
Allows a stored cash memory addition entry.
Allows a stored cash memory subtraction entry.
Allows a VIP sale.
Allows a customer entry.
Allows to change tares.
Allows to change condiments.
(For option devices)
Allows to open the store.
Allows to close the store.
Allows to clear EJ memory.
Allows to clear T-log memory.
Allows to clear terminals Z CCD error.
* Item (PLU) keys, combo keys, PLU Menu keys are not listed.
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Free key layout
To allocate free keys on screens, you use the Free Key Layout on Key Programming module.
Mode window
Item selection window - varies
depending on selected mode
Screen window
Editing window
Mode
In the free key layout module, you have three modes, screen selection mode, key area editing mode
and key editing mode:
In the screen selection mode, firstly you create a new key layout screen where keys are allocated or
select an existent key layout screen to edit.
In the key area editing mode, you allocate/edit key areas where a group of keys are allocated on the
screen you created or selected in the screen selection mode.
In the key editing mode, finally you allocate/edit keys on the key areas.
Operation in each mode is explained below section.
You can select a mode at the drop down menu on the tool bar.
Screen
For UP-X300, select UP-X300.
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■ Screen selection mode
When you select the screen selection mode, the screen list appears at the left side and a key layout
screen selected appears as the following example.
To exit:
Execute Edit in the File menu.
To create a new directory and screen:
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1.
2.
Select a directly (ex. Screen List).
3.
Enter the name of the new screen. The name is added in the tree of the list window.
For a new directory, check “directory” box.
4.
In case new screen is created, click the new name to open the screen.
Select Add in the Edit menu. The following screen window will open.
To select an existent screen:
1.
Click the screen name at the left side. The selected key layout screen will appear at the right side.
To edit a screen/directory:
To delete a screen/directory, select it at the left side and execute Delete in the Edit menu. The
confirmation window will appear. Select [YES] for deletion.
To rename a screen/directory, select it at the left side and execute Rename in the Edit menu. Enter new
name in the opened window and click [OK].
Cut, Copy and Paste operation are also available in the Edit menu.
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To edit a screen property:
Select the target screen name and execute Property in the Edit menu. The following window will open.
You can edit the screen name and screen background color.
Also at the column of Screen list, you can specify the screen to be returned when an operation is
completed on the screen currently selected. To return to the original screen, select Staydown,
otherwise select the screen from the pull-down menu.
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■ Key area editing mode
When you select the key area editing mode, the area list appears at the left side and a key layout
screen selected in the screen selection mode appears as the following example.
Key area list
Key layout screen edit window: You can allocate standard key
areas. In case you selected an existent screen in the screen
selection mode, the selected screen is displayed.
Key area list
At the key area list, you have two tabs, standard tab and customized tab:
Standard tab:
Standard key areas listed below are shown. The information/status area exists at the
top of all screens, so you cannot edit the area.
• Normal key area: Function keys, media keys, PLU menu keys, ten keys, etc. should
be included in this area.
• Item key area: Item (PLU) keys and combo keys should be included in this area.
• Receipt window area: For registration screen only
• Table layout window area: For table layout screen only
• Bill separate window area: For bill separate screen only
• Scroll Message window area
Customized tab: Normal and item key areas you made (customized) can be moved to the customized
tab.
To add Normal and Item key areas to the customized tab list
After editing the key areas, drag the target normal and key areas from the right side edit window to the
customized tab list.
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For the key area list itself, you can execute the following operations:
To add a directory to the customized tab list:
Make sure the customized tab is selected, and select the target directory (ex. Area List) and execute
Add in the Edit menu.
The new directory window opens, where you enter the new directory name.
To edit a key area/directory in the customized tab:
To delete a screen/directory, select it at the left side and execute Delete in the Edit menu. The
confirmation window will appear. Select [YES] for deletion.
To rename a screen/directory, select it at the left side and execute Rename in the Edit menu. Enter new
name in the opened window and click [OK].
Cut, Copy and Paste operation are also available in the Edit menu.
Key layout screen
NOTE
For easier and precise allocation, you may select Grid and Snap in the View menu. The center cross
lines and grids are displayed when Grid is selected and areas are snapped to grids when Snap is
selected.
To add a key area to the key layout screen:
1.
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Drag a target key area from the list and drop it at the right side window.
Multiple normal key areas can be allocated in a screen. For other areas, one area only can be
allocated to a screen.
2.
Drag an edge of the area to enlarge the area to get the desired area size. Repeat the operation to
enlarge the area to other direction. Also you can move the area.
3.
Repeat the step 1 and 2 to allocated all the areas you want.
To edit a key area:
To delete a key area; select the target key area and execute Delete in the Edit menu.
To move a key area; make a drag and drop operation in the window.
To resize a key area; drag the frame of the target key area.
Cut, Copy, Paste, Undo and Redo operation are also available in the Edit menu.
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To edit a key area property:
Double-click the target area, or select the target key area and execute Property in the Edit menu. The
following window will open. You can edit the following setting:
For all areas:
Area position (horizontal/vertical)
Area size (horizontal/vertical)
For normal key area and item key area:
• Key area frame form (selected from several pattern)
• Key area frame color (click [Change], the color selection window will open.)
• Key area background color (click [Change], the color selection window will open.)
• Key area background image
• Key area key number (row/column)
• Key area page number
• Method to change pages (bar type/key type)
• Bar type: Page change bar appears at the right side of a key area.
• Key type: A previous page key appears at the left-upper corner of the key area, and a
next page key appears at the right-lower corner.
• Key magnification (width/height)
• Key gap size (width/height)
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■ Key editing mode
When you select the key editing mode, the key list appears at the left side and a key layout screen
selected in the screen selection mode appears as the following example.
Key list
Key layout screen
Key List
At the key list, you have three tabs, Key tab, Item tab and PLU Menu tab.
Key tab:
All keys except PLU keys, combo keys and PLU Menu keys are listed.
Item tab:
PLU keys and combo keys are listed. PLU keys are categorized by department. To
select a PLU key in a department, click the department.
PLU Menu tab: PLU Menu keys are listed.
To allocate/edit free keys, select Key tab.
For free keys, please refer to the free key list in “Before starting key programming” section.
To allocate/edit PLU keys or combo keys, select Item tab.
To allocate PLU Menu key, select PLU Menu tab. (For the keys linked to PLU Menu key, please refer to
PLU Menu Key).
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To edit key property (in the key list):
The settings done in the property are assigned to the selected key as the default settings only when a
new key is selected. These setting does not affect to the keys which are already allocated to normal/
item key area.
Select the target key at the left side window and execute Property in the Edit menu, or double-click the
key.
The following window will appear. You can edit the following setting:
• Key default background color
• Default font color
• Graphic image appears on the key
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Key layout screen (in the key editing mode)
You can allocate/edit keys on the normal key areas and item key areas in the key editing mode.
To allocate a key to an area:
Drag a target key from the key list and drop it to the a target area at the right side window.
If a key exists on the target area, the key is deleted and new key will be set.
Properties of a key can be programmed in the Property.
NOTE
• To change a page, left-click the page change key (bar type or key type).
• To maximize a key area, double click the target key area.
To edit a key:
To delete a key; select the target key and execute Delete in the Edit menu.
To delete multiple keys; Click the target keys while pressing [Ctrl], and execute Delete in the Edit menu.
To move a key; make a drag and drop operation.
To change a key magnification; drag the target key frame.
Cut, Copy, Paste, Undo and Redo operation are also available.
NOTE
• If other key exists at the dropping place, magnified or pasted area, the existent key will be deleted and
the new key is placed there.
• In case a PLU is deleted in PLU of Products module, the corresponding PLU key text is deleted
automatically.
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To edit a key property (in the layout screen):
Select the target key at the right side window and execute Property in the Edit menu, or double-click the
key. The following window will open. You can edit the following setting:
• Key kind (display only)
• Key position (row/column) (display only)
• Key magnification (width/height) (display only)
• Key shape
• Key background color
• Font
• Font size
• Font color
• Key text
• Graphic image appeared on the key
When two or more keys are chosen by clicking target keys while pressing [Ctrl], the attribute of all of the
selected keys are changed.
NOTE
Key text is automatically entered or changed when the corresponding key text is entered or changed in
PLU of Products module.
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Area Layout
To create table layout screens, select Area Layout from Key Programming.
The area layout screen can be created for each area.
Outline to create a new area layout screen
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open a new area layout screen.
Arrange tables on the area layout screen.
Edit table properties
Edit floor properties
When you select Area Layout, an area layout list window will appear.
At the left side of the window, there are two tabs, the layout tab and the object tab: At the layout tab,
area layout list appears, and at the object tab, object list; list of tables to be allocated to an area,
appears.
Layout tab
Object tab
To exit:
Execute Exit in the File menu.
To view or print:
Execute View or Print in the File menu.
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■ Opening/Selecting/Editing area layout screen
Click the Layout tab, and operate the corresponding operation.
To open a new area layout screen:
1.
2.
Click the target directory (ex. a revenue center name).
Select Add in the Edit menu. New area is created under a name such as Area #003.
To select an existent screen:
1.
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Click the target area name at the left side. The selected area screen will appear at the right side.
To edit properties of an area:
1.
Click an area name at the left side, and select Property in the Edit menu or double-click the name.
The following window will open.
You can edit the following setting:
• Floor size (width/height)
• Floor background color
• Screen selection for table layout screen and table list screen
Selected area layout is
displayed.
To edit an area name in the Layout tab:
To delete an area name, select it at the left side and execute Delete in the Edit menu. The confirmation
window will appear. Select [YES] for deletion. Please note that the area itself is deleted when you
delete the name.
To rename an area name, select it at the left side and execute Rename in the Edit menu. Enter new
name.
Cut, Copy and Paste operation are also available in the Edit menu.
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■ Editing objects (tables) at a table layout screen
After selecting a table layout screen at the screen tab, click the object tab.
To add objects in the object tab:
1.
2.
Select Add in the Edit menu. The new object load window will open.
Select the target bitmap image file to load a new object.
To delete objects in the object tab:
1.
Select the object to be deleted and execute Delete in the Edit menu. The confirmation window will
open. To delete, select [YES].
NOTE
If the object is used, it cannot be deleted.
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To edit the properties of objects in the object tab:
You can specify properties of an object as default settings of the object (table), while properties of each
object can be set at the table layout screen.
Click an object in the object tab, and select Property in the Edit menu, or double-click the object. The
following window will open.
You can edit the following setting:
• Object type (table/other object)
• Object size (width/height)
• Seat number for table only
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■ Arranging/editing tables on the table layout window
To allocate/edit keys on the table layout window:
1.
Drag a target object from the tab and drop it to the a target area at the table layout window.
• Properties of a table such as size of table, table number, number of seats can be programmed by
executing Property.
To select an existent table on the table layout window:
Click a target object to select the object.
To edit objects:
To delete an object;
select the target object and execute Delete in the Edit menu.
To move an object;
make a drag and drop operation in the window.
To change an object size; select the target object, the size modification handle will appear. Drag the
handle to change the object size.
Cut, Copy, Paste, Undo and Redo operation are also available in the Edit menu.
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To edit properties of objects:
Select the target object and execute Property in the Edit menu, or double-click the object.
The following window will open.
You can edit the following setting:
• Object type (table or other object)
• Object image size (width/height)
• Object position (row/column)
• Table # for a table only
• Seat number for a table only
• Availability of bill separate for a table only
• Service time (minutes/seconds) for a table only
NOTE
Table number:
When a new table is added, its table number is automatically created by adding one to the previously
created table number. In case a missing table number exists, the number is assigned.
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■ Floor setting
You can edit table attribution (smoking status, table availability, guest/check counter information), and
setting of table stages.
Operation
1.
Execute Floor Setting in the Tool menu. The floor setting window will appear.
As the default tab, the attribute setting window is open.
Attribute tab
Color tab
Attribute setting:
2.
To edit a Text, select the target text line, and click again.
To change an icon file, select the target file line, then click the Icon File column itself. The Open
window will open. Select an target file in the window.
For the selection of guest/check counter information, check either option.
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Color setting:
2.
Click the color tab, the color setting window will open.
Click a target surface color, border color to change color, the color window will open. Click the
target color and click [OK] to select the color.
To create custom color, click [Define].
For the border selection, click the arrow, the pull-down menu will appear. Select a target border.
3.
After the necessary settings, click [OK].
To cancel click [CANCEL].
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■ Screen Relationship
After you create screens, you must relate those screens.
Select Screen Relationship from the Key Programming. The screen relation programming screen will
appear as shown in the screen example.
Screen Relation tab
System
B.S. Screen*
Terminal
Terminal n (name)
Reopen Guest Check*
Time Zone n (name)
Sign On Screen*
Sign Off Screen*
Employee
Employee n (name)
Log On Screen*
Time Zone n (name)
Sign On Screen*
* Screen to be related
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To relate screens, firstly select a screen at the Screen Relation tab, and select a screen to be related in
the Key Layout tab. Selected screen will be displayed at the middle area.
To release a relation, select the target relation and execute Release in the Edit menu.
To change the relation, operate in the same manner as you relate screen.
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Macro key
To program a macro key, select Macro Key from Key Programming.
If you program frequently performed key operations for macro keys, you can enter those key operations
simply by touching the corresponding macro keys in key operations.
There is no limitation for the number of key operations, but keys that can be included in the auto key
sequences are limited to the following keys;
• PLU keys
• Function keys
• PLU key having condiments - When a macro key contains a PLU key having condiments ,
manual key entry can be done in the condiment sequence. After the condiment sequence,
macro key sequence is continued again.
• Key or operation for pop-up window
• Pause key - If the [CL] key is programmed in a macro key sequence, it works as a pause key.
Auto key sequence will stop at the [CL] key and enters into the pause mode, then an operator
can start manual key entry. When the same macro key is pressed again, the PAUSE mode is
terminated and the macro key sequence is resumed.
The following key and operations are not selectable as macro sequences.
• Macro keys
• Operation at the graphical table layout area
• Operation at the open table list area
• Operation at the registration window area
• Operation at the bill separate area
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■ Programming a macro key
Tab menu
Macro key name
Key sequence list
List of the keys of the selected tab
Macro key name:
The currently selected macro key name with its key number which is given
automatically is shown. To select other key, click the arrow, the pull-down menu will
appear. Select the target key.
Key sequence list: The firstly selected key appears at the top.
Tab menu:
Select a tab to display the list of keys belonging to the tab (free key view).
Creating a new macro key
1.
Touch the [New] key. The window for entering macro key text will appear.
2.
Enter a macro key text (max. 16 digits) for the macro key number which is given automatically,
and touch the [OK] key.
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3.
Select a tab to open its key list, and double-click a key from the list to select the key. The key is
put in the key sequence list.
To delete an item from the list, select the item and click [Macro Item Delete].
4.
Repeat the step 3 to enter another key.
To delete a key, select the target key and click the [Macro Item Delete] button.
To rename the macro key name:
1.
2.
Select the target key name and click [Text]. The rename window will open.
Rename the name, then click [OK].
To cancel, click [CANCEL].
To delete a macro key:
Select the macro key name, and select Delete Macro Key in the File menu. The confirmation window
will open. Click [YES] to delete.
To view or print the macro settings:
Select View or Print in the File menu.
To finish the operation:
Click [Exit]. To save the changes, click [Yes]. To exit without saving the changes, click [No]. To return
to the window, click [Cancel].
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PLU Menu Key
Selecting PLU Menu Key from Key Programming allows you to allocate PLU menu item keys on
screens.
■ Before programming PLU Menu keys
Using a PLU menu key, you can categorize several keys. For example, you categorize coffee, tea, milk
and orange juice as a menu of soft drink. When a menu key (soft drink) is touched, linked keys (menu
item keys: coffee, tea, milk and orange juice) appear at an item key area.
At the POS terminal, the menu item keys are arranged by the linked order from right to left, then upper
to lower.
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■ Programming keys linked to Menu keys
When you select PLU Menu key from Key Programming, the screen like following will appear.
Mode
In the programming, you have three modes, screen selection mode, PLU Menu selection mode and key
editing mode:
In the screen selection mode, firstly you select a screen where menu item keys allocated.
In the PLU Menu selection mode, you select a PLU Menu. PLU Menu item keys are displayed
automatically in the linked order. The keys are set from right to left, then upper to lower.
In the key editing mode, you can edit the PLU Menu item keys allocated in the Menu selection mode.
This mode appears only after you select a PLU Menu in the Menu selection mode.
Screen
For UP-X300, select UP-X300.
To view or print:
Select View or Print in the File menu.
To exit:
Execute Exit in the File menu.
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■ Screen selection mode
When you select the screen selection mode, the screen list appears at the left side and a key layout
screen selected appears at the right side as the following example.
To select a key layout screen:
Click the screen name at the left side. The selected key layout screen will appear at the right side.
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■ PLU Menu selection mode
When you select PLU Menu selection mode, the PLU Menu list appears at the left side and a key layout
screen selected in the screen selection mode appears at the right side as the following example.
To select a PLU Menu, click the PLU Menu in the list.
Selected PLU Menu’s linked keys (PLU menu item keys) appears at the item key area in the key layout
screen (item key area).
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To edit properties of PLU Menu key:
Select the target PLU Menu from the list and execute Property in the Edit menu or double-click the PLU
Menu. The card type editor for the PLU Menu selected will open. For details of properties you can set,
please refer to “PLU Menu” section of POS Programming.
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■ Key editing mode
When you select the key editing mode, the key list, which is the same window appeared in the free key
layout option, appears at the left side and a key layout screen displayed in the PLU Menu selection
mode appears at the right side as the following example.
To edit PLU Menu property:
The settings done in the property are assigned to the selected PLU Menu as the default settings only
when a new PLU Menu is selected. These setting does not affect to the keys which are already
allocated to normal/item key area.
Click the PLU Menu tab, and select a PLU Menu. Then select Property in the Edit menu. Or doubleclick a PLU Menu. The Edit key property window will open.
In the window, you can edit the following setting:
• Key default background color
• Default font color
• Graphic image appeared on the key (selected from file)
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To edit properties of PLU Menu item keys:
Select the target key at the key layout screen and execute Property in the Edit menu, or double-click the
key. The Edit key property window will open. You can edit the following setting:
• Key position (row/column) (display only)
• Key magnification (width/height) (display only)
• Key shape
• Key background color
• Font
• Font size
• Font color
• Key text
• Graphic image appeared on the key
When two or more keys are chosen, the attribute of all of the selected keys are changed.
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Condiment Key
Selecting Condiment Key from Key Programming allows you to allocate condiment keys on screens.
■ Before programming condiment keys
Prior to allocating condiment keys, you should have made condiment keys in PLU module, and
condiment text (guidance for selecting a condiment), next table number, etc. in Condiment List module.
For the details, please refer to PLU and Condiment List sections.
When you select Condiment Key, condiment key layout programming screen like below will appear.
Mode
In the condiment key layout programming, you have three modes, screen selection mode, condiment
selection mode and key editing mode:
In the screen selection mode, firstly you select a screen where condiment keys are allocated.
In the condiment selection mode, you select a condiment text (guidance for selecting a condiment).
In the key editing mode, finally you allocate the condiment keys linked to the selected condiment text.
Screen
For UP-X300, select UP-X300.
To view or print:
Select View or Print in the File menu.
To exit:
Execute Exit in the File menu.
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■ Screen selection mode
When you select the screen selection mode, the screen list appears at the left side and the key layout
screen selected appears as following example.
To select a screen:
Select the screen name from the screen list at the left side. The selected key layout screen will appear
at the right side.
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■ Condiment selection mode
When you select condiment selection mode, the condiment text list appears at the left side and a key
layout screen selected in the screen selection mode appears at the right side as the following example.
Condiment text list
Key layout screen
Condiment list
To select a condiment text, click the condiment in the list. The condiment keys linked to the text appear
in the key layout screen (item key area) in case they are already allocated.
To edit properties of a condiment:
Select the target condiment from the condiment text list and execute Property in the Edit menu or
double-click the condiment. The card type editor for the condiment selected will open. For details of
properties you can set, please refer to “Condiment List” section of POS Programming.
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■ Key editing mode
When you select the key editing mode, the item list appears at the left side and a key layout screen
displayed in the condiment selection mode appears at the right side as the following example.
Item list
Key layout screen
To edit properties of condiment items:
The settings done in the property are assigned to the selected condiment keys as the default settings
only when a new key is allocated. These setting does not affect to the keys which are already allocated
to normal/item key area.
You can edit the following setting:
• key default background color
• default font color
• default key text
• graphic image appeared on the key (selecting a filename)
Click an item name (ex. PLU00001) in the item list, and select Property in the Edit menu, or double-click
the name.
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To allocate condiment keys in the key layout screen (item key area)
Drag a target key from the item list and drop it to a target area at the right side window.
NOTE
• To change a page, left-click the page change key (bar type or key type).
• To maximize a key area, double click the target key area.
To edit a key:
To delete a key;
select the target key and execute Delete in the Edit menu.
To move a key;
make a drag and drop operation.
To change a key magnification;
drag the target key frame.
Cut, Copy, Paste, Undo and Redo operation are also available.
To edit properties of condiment keys:
Select the target key and execute Property in the Edit menu or double-click the key. Edit key property
window will open. You can edit the following setting:
• Key position (row/column) (display only)
• Key magnification (width/height) (display only)
• Key shape
• Key background color
• Font
• Font size
• Font color
• Key text
• Graphic image appeared on the key
When two or more keys are chosen, the attribute of all of the selected keys are changed.
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Appearance Table
In order to specify appearance of tables, select Appearance Table from Key Programming. For each
table(key), appearance shape, font, background color, frame type can be set.
Also you can specify wall paper.
Category
Number
Text
Key
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Appearance Table Number
Appearance Text
Key Shape
Area
SMA
SMA
SMA
Key font
Key area Background color
Key area Frame type
Terminal
SMA
Wallpaper (\Windows\UP-X300\)
Parameter
(Integer) (1-9999)
(12 Characters)
Rectangle / Circle,
/ Rounded Rectangle
(font name)
(color)
Flat / Convex
/ Concave
(file name)
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Pop Up Window
Selecting Pop Up Window from Key Programming allows you to select the use of [1/2] keys on the pop
up window.
Category
Authority
Pop Up Window SMA
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Item
“1/2” key exist
Parameter
Yes / No
Compulsory Cash Keypad
Selecting Compulsory Cash Keypad from Key Programming allows you to program the keypad for
compulsory cash declaration (CCD) operation for each CCD line.
Category
CCD Keypad
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Line Number
Text
Media type
Media Number
Unit amount
(Unit amount : ex. 0.01, 0.10, 1.00)
Unit amount entry method
Parameter
(1-99)
(30 characters Text)
Cash / Check /Ex
(1-255)
(amount)
Open / Unit Amount
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Key Program Reports
■ Module List
Key Program Reports
Area Layout
Screen Relationship
Macro Key
PLU Menu Key
Condiment Key
Appearance Table
Pop Up Window
Compulsory Cash Keypad
You can view or print the settings in Key Programming module. Select a module you want to view or
print. For operation details, please refer to Viewing/Printing programming settings section.
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7 Floor Management
Floor Management module allows you to manage each sections of your restaurants.
■ Module list
Floor Plan:
Change Section Plan:
You can setup tables according to various events or situation.
You can change your section plan; number of clerks serving in each
section during each time zone.
Change Table Attribute:
You can change table attribution; table availability, smoking status and
table join status.
Table Reservation:
You can reserve tables for guests.
Table Verification:
You can view each table status.
Floor Management Reports: You can read programming reports for each module above.
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Floor Plan
Select Floor Plan module from Floor Management. A floor plan screen will appear.
Tab list
Plan
Section
Floor plan list appears. Under each area name, floor plans are listed.
Section plans list appears.
To exit:
Select Exit from the File menu.
Creating/Deleting/Renaming a floor plan:
Click a floor plan name (ex. 2 waiters) in the plan tab, and select Add, Delete or Rename from the Edit
menu to create, delete or rename a floor plan respectively.
Add
Delete
Adds a new floor plan. To create a new floor plan, perform this operation.
Delete a floor plan. The confirmation window will appear. Click [OK] to delete.
You can delete by selecting the floor plan to be deleted and click [DELETE].
Rename Renames a floor plan.
Or, left click at the target floor plan. You can edit the name at the floor plan list
window.
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Selecting a floor plan
1.
2.
Click the Plan tab, and a floor plan list appears.
Then select the target floor plan, and the selected floor plan appears at the floor plan edit window.
Setting section plans at the floor plan edit window
Select a section at the section tab and select tables, selected tables are set as the selected section.
Changing section color
Select Change Section Color option from the Tool menu to specify/change section color of each section.
The section color setting window will open.
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Change Section Plan
You may change your section plan during the day according to the numbers of employees available on
the floor for each room.
When you select the Change Section Plan from Floor Management, and select an area (ex. Room 1)
from the left side window, the corresponding section plan screen will appear.
Section plan list of selected area appears.
Clerk assignment list-Section layout screen toggle button
Opening a section layout
When you select an area at the left side, the corresponding section plan list appears, and the displayed
section layout is shown at the right side.
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Assigning clerks
You can assign clerks to the sections at the assignment list. You can assign a clerk to multiple sections
and also multiple clerks to a section.
Click the toggle button to display the clerk assignment list. The screen like the sample below will
appear.
Click at the target column for an assignment.
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Change Table Attribute
Select Change Table Attribute from Floor Management, allows you to change table attribution
(availability/smoking status/table join status).
Availability/smoking/join buttons
Select an area (ex. Room 1) at the left side of window, the corresponding area will appear.
Table availability
Click the availability button, then click a target table.
Smoking status
Click the smoking button, then click a target table.
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Table join status
Touch the join button and left-click two target tables as specified below.
Join two tables:
Join button ➞ new table ➞ new table
Join more than two tables:
Join button ➞ joined table (the second table clicked) ➞ new table
Release table:
Join button ➞ joined table to be released (the first table clicked)
Table join
Not available
Non smoking
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Table Reservation
When you select Table Reservation from Floor Management, the reservation list screen will open.
At the left side, a room list is shown.
At the right side, table layout of the selected area is shown. Also a reservation list of the selected
revenue center or area is shown when Reservation List is selected in the View menu.
Table reservation list
At a reservation list, you can make a table reservation with following information:
Reservation date and time (year/month & date/time)
Revenue center name
Room name
Table number
Number of guests
Guest name
Guest address
Guest phone number
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Table layout screen
At a table layout screen, following information is displayed.
Table layout of selected room
Table number
Number of seats
Table status (seat availability, smoking status and table join status)
When you left-click at a table on the table layout screen, the following window will open. You can make
a reservation for a guest. The same items displayed in the table reservation list can be entered.
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Table Verification
Selecting Table Verification from Floor Management allow you to view current status of your restaurant
floor plan.
You can view current status of
• floor plan
• table status
• table attribute
• table reservation status
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Floor Management Reports
Selecting Floor Management Reports from Floor Management allows you to view or print each report
of floor plan, section plan and table attribute and table reservation. Select a target report from Floor
Management Reports.
For operation details, please refer to Viewing/Printing programming settings section.
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8 POS Device Programming
Selecting POS Device Programming module allows you to modify the device programming.
■ Module list
Device Programming
Printer Definition
Scale
Check Print Format
Logo Text
POS Device Reports
Allows you to program the connecting physical device*1 to logical
device*2.
Allows you to add the new type POS printer which POS system isn’t
support.
Allows you to program for scale entry.
Allows you to set parameters for check print format.
Allows you to program logo texts.
Allows you to view or print the programming reports of the above
modules.
*1 Physical device: The device hardware which connects to the POS system, such as a POS printer
ER-01PU and a scale Weightronix Avery A702.
*2 Logical device: The destination from the POS system to communicate with the physical devices.
NOTE
The method to set parameters in Scale, Tare Table, Check Print Format and Logo Text modules are the
same as in POS programming. For details, please refer to "Before starting POS Programming" section.
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Device Programming
When you select Device Programming from POS Device Programming, the device programming
screen will open as shown below as an example.
At the window, you can relate logical devices to physical devices.
Logical device list
Device relation window
■ Selecting logical device
Select a target logical device at the logical device list. The selected logical device appears at the device
relation window.
• When you select All Devices, all logical devices in the POS system and all POS terminals appear.
Relating logical devices to physical devices
At the device relation window, you can relate the logical device selected at the logical device list to
physical device. Also you can specify the connection. Please refer to the table below for the selection
of physical device and connection.
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System
Logical Device Kind
EFT 1, EFT 2
(for all terminal)
Kitchen Video Monitor
(controller)
CCTV
PMS
Terminal
Receipt Printer
Journal Printer
Report Printer
Bill Printer
Validation Printer
Function Printer
EFT 3, EFT 4
(for each terminal)
Scale
Scanner
Kitchen
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Physical Device
DSI Client X
ElPay
Progressive
Logwood
QSR
TVS
Fidelio
File Base
(Programmed at Printer
Programming)
(Programmed at Printer
Programming)
Electronic Journal
(Programmed at Printer
Programming)
(Programmed at Printer
Programming)
(Programmed at Printer
Programming)
(Programmed at Printer
Programming)
G&D ZVT700
Datatran
Weightronix Avery A702
Bizerba
Metro Logic
ER-A6HS1
Coin dispenser
Telequip
Drink dispenser
Pin Pad
Berg systems
WMF
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Account Balance (Online)
Card Reader
--ITC Card Reader
Kitchen Printer (1 - 99)
(first, second, third)
(Programmed at Printer
Programming)
Connection
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP (file base)
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP
TCP/IP (file base)
RS232 or TCP/IP
RS232 or TCP/IP
(none)
RS232 or TCP/IP
RS232 or TCP/IP
RS232 or TCP/IP
RS232 or TCP/IP
RS232
(Self terminal only)
RS232
RS232
(Self terminal only)
RS232 (Self terminal
/Back office (for
programming))
RS232
(Self terminal only)
RS232
(Self terminal only)
RS232
(Self terminal only)
RS232 or TCP/IP
RS232
(Self terminal only)
RS232 or TCP/IP
NOTE
• You must select a physical device to determine the connected physical device.
• When a physical device is connected with RS232 via. terminal, you must program “Connected
Terminal” and “COM port” to determine the device connection.
• When a physical device is connected with TCP/IP, you must program “IP Address” to determine the
device connection.
• Applicable printers
Validation printer: Sheet printer only can be set.
Bill printer: Both sheet printer and roll printer can be set.
Other logical printers: Roll printer only can be set.
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■ Programming for devices
When you press the button at the “Programming”, the card type editor will appear.
Programming for logical device
Device
Printer
(including Bill Printer, KP)
Bill printer
Kitchen Printer
(first, second, third KP are
same logical device)
EFT (Datatran)
EFT (G&D ZVT700)
KVM
Drink Dispenser
(WMF)
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Parameters
Layout (Programmed at Layout Editor)
Printer type (Roll Printer / Sheet Printer)
Kitchen printer type
(Addition / Single/Double / Addition + Single/ Double Addition
/ Double ADD + SNGL)
Sorted receipt with cut (YES / NO)
Authorization rate to allow CH TIP (0.00% - 100.00%)
Printing Gift Card No. at Gift Purchase Activate and Reload
(YES / NO)
Print (YES / NO)
Sending of print data (Enable / Disable)
Mode (Debit mode / Credit mode / Credit and Debit mode)
Check the Credit and Void (YES / NO)
Credit function (Multi / Single)
Check sum (Enable / Disable)
Drink Dispenser # (1 to 8)
(It is necessary to set the drink dispenser number to 0 (zero) for
those machines which no drink dispenser is being connected.)
Maximum numbers of times of auto retry (000 to 300)
(Indication of “000” is regarded as infinite.)
Interval for auto retry (0 to 99 sec)
Device
Drink Dispenser
(WMF)
Drink Dispenser
(Berg Systems)
Parameters
Drink dispenser sales termination timer (0 to 31)
(Setting is allowed in integer times of 10 sec.)
(Valid only in GLU system)
Registration for drink dispenser articles on POS (Enable / Disable)
Item printing that registered by Drink Dispenser (Print / Not print)
Sort# and PLU code link Value (10 digits numeric code)
Off-line/On-line (Off-Line / On-Line)
(If the drink dispenser is set to off-line mode by this JOB, data
reception from the drink dispenser is disabled.)
Registration for drink dispenser articles on POS (Enable / Disable)
Sort# and PLU code link Value (10 digits numeric code)
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Programming for each physical device
Device
TCP/IP (for all TCP/IP
connection)
RS232 (for all RS232
connection)
Directory (for all file base
connection)
KVM: Logwood
Printer (including KP)
Kitchen Printer
EFT Datatran
Pin Pad
Account Balance (Online)
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Parameters
Port number
Baud rate (2400 - 115200)
(2400 / 4800 / 9600 / 19200 / 28800 / 38400 / 57600 / 115200)
Bit Format (7 / 8)
Parity (Odd / Even / None)
Stop Bit (1 / 1.5 / 2)
Flow Control (None / DTR-DSR / RTS-CTS / Xon-Xoff)
Shared directory (128 character)
Order Start Text (8 characters)
Open Info Text (50 characters)
Auto cutter using (Yes / No)
Read Timeout (Second) (1 - 255)
Write Timeout (Second) (1 - 255)
Counter per Printer (8 digits Integer)
(This is programming for each physical printer device.)
Printer Name (12 characters)
Language (first, second, bitmap)
Foreign language font (font image file for target printer)
TIME OUT timer for ACK/NAK (Second) (1 - 255)
TIME OUT timer for Response of Authorization (Second) (1 - 255)
TIME OUT timer for BATCH CLOSE (Second) (1 - 3000)
PHONE NUMBER for DIAL OUT (0 to 9, W, comma)
PASSWORD for DIAL OUT
DIAL MODE for DIAL OUT (Pulse / Tone)
GIFT RELOAD COMMAND to DataTran (“AT&UM20” / “AT&UM8”)
REF# and AP CODE entry at Gift Sales in VOID
(COMPULSORY / NOT)
Sending AT&UI6 command to Data Tran CAT (NO / YES)
Gift Card Sales command for DataTran (“AT&UM5” / “AT&UM4”)
FTS MODE (Enable / Disable)
TIME OUT timer for ACK/NAK (Second) (1 - 255)
TIME OUT timer for response of Authorization (Second) (1 - 255)
TIME OUT timer for ACK/NAK (Second) (1 - 255)
TIME OUT timer for response of Authorization (Second) (1 - 255)
Programming for all KP
Device
KP
Parameters
Printing of “Last void and voided item” on KP
(Both are not printed / Both are printed)
(This programming work regardless of programming “KP recapitulation YES/NO”)
Printing of “Past void and voided item” on KP
(Both are not printed / Both are printed)
(This programming work regardless of programming “KP recapitulation YES/NO”)
Void item print on KP that has already ordered (YES / NO)
Sending “Refund / Return Data” on KP (YES / NO)
KP recapitulation (YES / NO)
Printing of Link PLU at S/D receipt on KP (TOTAL / EACH PLU)
Set MENU (Combo meal) printing on KP
(According to MENU PLU / According to each PLU)
Condiment printing on KP (According to MENU PLU / According to each PLU)
Issuing S/D receipts by the number of times of multiplication (YES / NO)
Maximum number of ticket issuing (1 - 99)
Programming for device
Device
Scanner
Coin Dispenser
Parameters
Disable/Enable Control (YES / NO)
Using new Coin Dispenser which can treat $1 Coins (YES / NO)
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Printer Definition
When you select Printer Definition from POS Device Programming, the printer command sequence
screen will open as shown below as an example.
At the screen, you can define the printer you use for the POS terminals.
You may define your own printer if it is not listed in the printer options. If you do so, you will need to find
special codes listed in your printer manual to activate each printer function.
Printer tab
When you click the Printer tab, the printer list will appear.
You can add, delete, rename, move, cut, copy, and paste a printer by executing each command in Edit
menu.
When you select a printer on the tab, the printer setting data will appear at the right side.
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Setting tab
When you click the Setting tab, you can set the various printer settings:
Print Station (1 sheet / 2 sheet)
Printer type (Roll Printer / Sheet Printer / both Roll and Sheet Printer)
Validation Printer (YES/NO)
Printer Column
Auto Cutter position (Line feed number after last printing)
Manual Cutter position (Line feed number after last printing)
Layout for Bill printer
Auto Cutter exist (YES/NO)
Line number of LOGO image
Cancel command exist (YES/NO)
Tall character (enable/disable)
Printer dot width
Character dot width
Command sequence tab
When you click the Command sequence tab, you can set the command sequence for printer
commands.
Initial: RJ (Roll, 1 sheet or 2 sheets)
Initial: R (Roll, 2 sheets only)
Initial: J (Roll, 2 sheets only)
Initial: Slip (Slip only)
Initial: Validation (Validation only)
End: Roll
End: Slip
End: Validation
Carriage return
Sheet: RJ (Roll, 1 sheet or 2 sheets)
Sheet R (Roll, 2 sheets only)
Sheet: J (Roll, 2 sheets only)
Sheet: slip (Slip only)
Sheet: Validation (Validation only)
Double On
Double Off
Tall On
Tall Off
Big On
Big Off
Tall Column
Normal Column
Compress On
Compress Off
Black
Red
Sheet Normal
Sheet Copy
Partial Cut
Full Cut
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Logo Image
Logo Image2
Logo Image Load
Logo Image2 Load
Bitmap font send
Bitmap font clear
Cancel
Check printing Start
Check printing End
Feed out (Slip)
Release (Slip)
Feel Line Number
Code Page
Barcode Print
Barcode HRI Position
Barcode Width
Barcode Height
Sense Paper End Sheet: RJ
Sense Paper End Sheet: R
Sense Paper End Sheet: J
Sense Paper End Sheet: slip
Sense Paper End Sheet: validation
Sense near End
Response Paper End Sheet: RJ
Sense Paper End Sheet: R
Sense Paper End Sheet: J
Sense Paper End Sheet: slip
Sense Paper End Sheet: validation
Response Near End
Character conversion tab
When you click the Character conversion tab, you can set the character table for the printer.
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Scale
Selecting Scale from POS Device Programming allows you to program the following items for scale
entry.
• Symbol of scale entry - Kg/Ib
• Unit of weight
• Currency description for scale
Category
Scale System
Authority
ADM
ADM
ADM
Item
Symbol of scale entry
Unit of weight
Currency descriptor for SCALE
Parameter
Kg / lb
1ID+3DD / 2ID+2DD
10 characters text
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Check Print Format
Selecting Check Print Format from POS Device Programming allows you to set the following items for
the check print format.
• Check type - Cheque EURO / English check
• Printing of the solid line under item printing
Check Print Format
Category
Check Print Format
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Authority
SMA
SMA
Item
Check
The solid line printing
under Item printing
Parameter
Cheque euro / English cheque
Yes / No
Logo Text
Selecting Loge Text from POS Device Programming allows you to edit logo text for receipts, bill header,
bill footer and validation print.
Logo Text
Category
Receipt Logo
Bill Header
Bill Footer
VP Text
Authority
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
SMA
Item
Receipt Logo Line 1
Receipt Logo Line 2
Receipt Logo Line 3
Receipt Logo Line 4
Receipt Logo Line 5
Receipt Logo Line 6
Bill Header Line 1
Bill Header Line 2
Bill Header Line 3
Bill Footer Line 1
Bill Footer Line 2
Bill Footer Line 3
Bill Footer Line 4
Bill Footer Line 5
Bill Footer Line 6
VP Text Line 1
VP Text Line 2
VP Text Line 3
Parameter
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
(30 characters Text)
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POS Device Reports
Selecting POS Device Reports from POS Device Programming allows you to view or print the POS
device programming reports for each submodule.
■ Module list
POS Device Reports
Device Programming
Printer Programming
Printer Layout
Scale
Check Print Format
Logo Text
Select a target module from the above modules and select view or print to view or print the
programming settings of target module.
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9 Sales Reports
■ Module list
Sales Reports
Sales
Customer
Historical Report
Electronic Journal Report
Media
Transaction Report
Department Report
Department Markdown Report
Group Total Report
Item Report
Item Report by Time Zone
Simple Stock Report
Minimum Stock Report
Theoretical Food Cost %
Hourly Report
PLU Hourly Report
Clerk Report (Individual)
Clerk Report (All)
Clerk Summary Report
Sales by terminal (Individual)
Sales by system (Consolidated)
Top 15 Item by Time Zone
Top 15 Item by Revenue Center (Individual)
Top 15 Item Revenue Center (Consoli.)
Daily Summary
Sales Item Projection
Food Cost % Projection
Terminal GT Sales Summary
System GT Sales Summary (Consolidated)
Balance Report
Customer Transaction
Clerk Transfer
Table Transfer
Gift Certificates Coupon
Detailed Media Report
Item Report by table
Open table report
Closed transaction by time period
Closed transaction by transaction
Voids/Refunds/Returns
Tips Transfer
SCM+
SCMCCD
Summary Media report (by Media)
Summary Media report (by Employees)
Summary Media report (by Revenue Center)
Medias Summary (by Customer #)
Medias Summary (Transaction #)
Discount Report (Summary)
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Sales Reports
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Employee
TEFRA by Employee code
TEFRA by Employee Name
TEFRA by Revenue Center
TEFRA Summary
Employees time in/out Report
Employees Sales Report
Before viewing/printing sales reports
The sales data at the POS terminals is sent to the POS Server at the finalization of each transaction
and is stored in the T-LOG file and the consolidation file, and calculated to several totalizer.
Reporting term is specified by:
• Daily / Period 1 / Period 2
• From xx/xx/xx to xx/xx/xx (day/month/year)
• During the previous day
• Time setting when necessary, such as hourly report
The sales total of each day is divided by executing End of Day operation or End of Session operation
which is executed at the POS terminals.
For the details of End of Day operation, please refer to End of Day section.
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Viewing/Printing a target report
When you select Sales Reports module in the main module list, the report selection screen will appear.
NOTE
Sales reports which you can view or print differ among POS Server and PC Server. Please Refer to
Sales Report List.
1.
Select a target report type from the report list, and also select the target report from the list.
2.
In case that the selected report has a filter where you must set parameters for viewing or selecting
the report, the filter window like below will appear.
Select each tab and set the parameters in each tab, and touch the [Issue] button to issue
report.
To cancel, touch the [Cancel].
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NOTE
For the details of filter applied to each sales report, please refer to Sales Report List, and for the details
of filter tab, please refer to Filter tab section; shown the following sections.
3.
The report is displayed.
To print the report, click [Print] to print the report.
To display the filter window, click [Filter].
To update the data, click [Refresh]
To exit, click [Exit]
NOTE
When selecting Clerk Report (Day, Period 1, Period 2), Daily Summary, Customers Transactions or
Employees time in/out, the [Clear] button will appear to enable to clear the corresponding data. When
you touch the [Clear], the confirmation window will appear. Touch the [Clear] to clear the data, or the
[Cancel] to cancel the operation.
Data cleared
Clerk Report (daily):
After adding Clerk Daily totalizer to Clerk Period 1 totalizer, clears Clerk Daily
totalizer.
Clerk Report (Period 1): After adding Clerk Period 1 totalizer to Clerk Period 2 totalizer, clears Clerk
Period 1 totalizer.
Clerk Report (Period 2): Clears Clerk Period 2 totalizer.
Daily summary:
Clears Daily net data.
Customer Transaction: Clears Customer sales data.
Employee time in/out: Clears Employee working data.
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Report List
■ Sales
(X=Yes, “blank”=No)
Report
Transaction Report
Filter
Date range
Terminal
X
Day
Date range
X
Day
Department Report
Groups
Departments
Quantity
Amount
Department Markdown Report
Date range
Groups
Departments
Quantity
Amount
Group Total Report
Date range
Groups
Quantity
Amount
Item Report
(PLU Items)
Date range
Terminal
Groups
Departments
Item Range
Revenue Center
Time Zone
Quantity
Amount
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X
X
X
Day
X
X
X
Day
X
X
Day
X
X
X
POS Server
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
X
X
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
X
X
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
X
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
PC Server
X
(*1)
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Report
Item Report by Time Zone
(PLU Items)
Filter
Date Range
Groups
Departments
Item Range
Revenue Center
Time Zone
Quantity
Amount
Simple Stock Report
Groups
Departments
Item Range
Revenue Center
Terminal
X
Day
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Minimum Stock Report
Item Range
Revenue Center
Theoretical Food Cost %
Date Range
Groups
Departments
Item Range
Revenue Center
Hourly report
Date Range
Revenue Center
Time Zone
Time Range
Time Slice
PLU Hourly report
Date Range
Revenue Center
Time Zone
Time Range
Time Slice
X
Day
X
X
X
X
Day
X
X
Day
X
POS Server
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
X
X
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
X
X
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
X
X
PC Server
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Day, Week,
Month
X
X
X
X
X
(*2)
X
X
X
X
X
(*2)
X
X
X
X
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Report
Clerk Report(Individual)
Filter
Date Range
Clerk
Date Range
X
X
Day
Date range
X
Day
Clerk Report(All)
Clerk Summary Report
Clerk
Sales by terminal (Individual)
Date Range
Terminal
Sales by system (Consolidated)
Date Range
Top 15 Item by Time Zone
Date Range
Groups
Departments
Revenue Center
Time Zone
Top 15 Item by Revenue Center
(Individual)
Date Range
Groups
Departments
Revenue Center
Time Zone
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Terminal
X
Day
X
X
Day
POS Server
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
X
X
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
X
X
PC Server
X
(*1)
X
X
(*1)
X
(*1)
X
X
(*1)
X
X
(*1)
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
Report
Top 15 Items System Revenue
Center (Consoli.)
Filter
Date Range
Groups
Departments
Revenue Center
Time Zone
Daily Summary (Net, Tax,
Discounts, Media, RA/PO)
Sales Item Projection
Date Range
Date range
Time Zone
Revenue Center
Food Cost % Projection
Date Range
Revenue Center
Time Zone
Terminal GT Sales Summary
Terminal
System GT Sales Summary
(Consolidated)
Terminal
Terminal
X
POS Server
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
X
X
X
Period 2
Max. 25 items
X
X
X
Theoretical
only
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
PC Server
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
(*3)
X
(*10)
X
X
Theoretical
only
(*10)
X
X
X
X
X
X
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■ Customer
(X=Yes, “blank”=No)
Report
Customers Transaction
Filter
Terminal
Date Range
Groups
Departments
Item Range
Amount
Time Range
Customer #
Last order
Transaction # / Bill #
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POS Server
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
PC Server
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
■ Historical Report
(X=Yes, “blank”=No)
Report
Clerk Transfer
Filter
Date Range
Clerk
Table Transfer
Date Range
Clerk
Gift Certificates Coupon
Date Range
Terminal
Departments
Item Range
Revenue Center
Clerk
Detailed Media Report
Date Range
Terminal
Revenue Center
Clerk
Time Range
Medias
Item Report by table
(PLU Items)
Date Range
Terminal
Groups
Departments
Item Range
Revenue Center
Time Zone
Clerk
Quantity
Amount
Tables
Open table report
Date Range
Clerk
Time Range
Closed transaction by
time period
Date Range
Clerk
Time Range
Terminal
X
POS Server
X
1 day
X
X
1 day
X
X
1 day
X
X
X
X
X
X
1 day
X
X
X
X
X
X
1 Day
X
X
X
X
X
PC Server
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
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Report
Closed transaction by
transaction
Filter
Clerk
Transaction #
/ Bill #
Voids/Refunds/Returns
Date Range
Revenue Center
Clerk
Tips Transfer
(by Employee code)
SCM+
(Starting Cash Memory / loan)
Date Range
Terminal
Clerk
SCM(Starting Cash Memory / pick up) Clerk
Terminal
CCD
(Cash Cheque Declaration)
Terminal
Clerk
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Terminal
POS Server
X
X
X
PC Server
X
X
X
X
1 day
X
X
X
1 day
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
■ Electronic Journal Report
(X=Yes, “blank”=No)
Report
Electronic Journal Report
Filter
Date Range
Terminal
Item Range
Revenue Center
Time Zone
Clerk
Amount
Terminal
X
1 day
Time Range
Transaction # / Bill #
Tables
Medias
Discount
Log Type
X
X
X
POS Server
X
1 day
X
X
X
X
X
X
PC Server
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
(*12)
X
X
X
X
X
(*12)
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■ Media
(X=Yes, “blank”=No)
Report
Summary Media report
(by Media)
Summary Media report
(by Employee)
Summary Media report
(by Revenue Center)
Medias Summary
(by Customer #)
Filter
Date Range
Revenue Center
Clerk
Time Range
Medias
Date Range
Terminal
Clerk
Time Range
Medias
Date Range
Terminal
Clerk
Time Range
Medias
Date Range
Revenue Center
Clerk
Time Range
Medias
Medias Summary (Transaction #)
Date Range
Revenue Center
Clerk
Time Range
Medias
Discounts Report (Summary)
Date Range
Groups
Departments
Revenue Center
Time Zone
Clerk
Discount
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Terminal
POS Server
X
Last “n” Days
X
X
X
X
X
Last “n” Days
X
X
X
X
X
Last “n” Days
X
X
X
X
X
Last “n” Days
X
X
X
X
X
Last “n” Days
X
X
X
X
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
X
X
X
X
PC Server
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
X
■ Employee
(X=Yes, “blank”=No)
Report
TEFRA by Employee code
(including Clerk)
TEFRA by Employee Name
(Clerk uses)
Filter
Terminal
POS Server
PC Server
Date Range
X
Day
X
(*1)
Date Range
X
Day
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
Day,
Period 1,
Period 2
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TEFRA by Revenue Center
Date Range
Employee
TEFRA Summary
Date Range
Employee
Employees time in/out Report
Date Range
Employee
Employee Sales Report
Employee
X
(*1)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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■ Filter tab
In a Filter window, only selectable tabs are displayed.
Date range
Day/Period 1/Period 2
1 day
Last “n” Days
(Others)
You can select either one.
You can select one day, such as 2005/10/25
You can set “n” days.
You can set date range, such as 2005/10/25 - 2005/10/
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(For PC Server)
*1: Specified day / Current day / Last day
Specified week/ Current week / Last week
Specified period / Current period / Last period
Specified month /Current month / Last month
Specified year / Current year / Last Year
From xx/xx/xxxx to xx/xx/xxxx
During the previous n days
During the previous n months
*2: Specified day / Current day / Last day
*3: Specified week / Current week / Last week
Start date: xx/xx/xxxx (start date of the 7 days)
*4: Current pay day / Last pay day
Current pay week / Last pay week
Current pay period / Last pay period
Current pay month / Last pay month
Custom pay date: xx/xx/xxxx
*5: Current day
Previous day (Monday / Tuesday/Wednesday / Thursday / Friday/ Saturday /
Sunday)
*6: This morning
Now
Current pay day / Last pay day
Current pay week / Last pay week
Current pay period / Last pay period
Current pay month / Last pay month
*7: Current pay week / Last pay week
Current pay period / Last pay period
Current pay month / Last pay month
*8: From xx/xx/xxxx to xx/xx/xxxx
*9: Current Day - Totals only
*10: Next Day
Same Day Next Week
Same Day Next Month
Same Day Specified Month
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Terminal
Multiple specification is available.
Groups
Departments
Items
Items Range
Revenue Center
Time Zone
Clerk
Customer #
Media
Employee
Quantity
Range of quantity.
Amount
Several range of amount.
At the Field column: None/Sales amount for Item Report and Item Report by table
None/Subtotal/Total/Total Tip/Item price/Media (each media)/
Service charge for EJ Report
None/Sales amount/
Charge amount for customer transaction report
Time Range
Time range.
Time Slice
Multiple of 15 minutes.
Last order
The last order date range of each customers.
All dates
From xx/xx/xxxx to xx/xx/xxxx
Transaction # Range of transaction #
Tables
Range of table #
Discount
Discount only - Yes/No
Log Type
EJ/EJ+Operation LOG
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10 EURO Migration Function
Basically your POS terminal can be automatically modified to correspond to the introduction of EURO
by selecting the corresponding EURO status. However, there are several options you must set
depending on your need. So, please carefully conduct necessary settings.
EURO status:
You can select status from following 4 types ((A), (B), (C), or (D)). And the selectable type is decided as
follows for each status. Type (A) is the base status (initial status).
• From type (A):
Selectable Type (B), (C), or (D)
• From type (B):
Selectable Type (C), (D)
• From type (C):
Selectable Type (D)
Items
General Z1 report
General Z2 report
GT1/GT2/GT3 memory
Exchange1 amount printing for
total and change
Exchange1 amount printing for
total validation print
Exchange1 calculation method
Domestic currency symbol
Domestic TAB
Conversion of preset prices of
Dept./PLU/EAN*
Exchange1 currency descriptor
Exchange1 TAB
Type (B)
ISSUE
ISSUE
YES
Type (C)
ISSUE
ISSUE
CLEAR
YES
Type (D)
ISSUE
ISSUE
CLEAR
NO
YES
YES
NO
DIVISION
-
MULTI
[EURO]
2
YES
MULTI
[EURO]
2
YES
[EURO]
2
The current domestic symbol
The current domestic TAB
-
The marked items “-” is remaining the current data.
*: The preset rate of the [EX 1] key is applied as the conversion rate, and the calculation method is set
to “division”. When the conversion has been made, the message “PRICE CONVERTED” is printed on
the report.
■ Setting the date and time when the automatic EURO modification
operation should be executed
To certainly execute the automatic modification operation, you can program the scheduled date and
time to execute the automatic EURO modification operation. From ten days before the preset date, the
remaining days are printed at the bottom of the daily full resetting report.
Date and time setting will be reset after the execution of automatic modification operation, and again
you can program the date and time for the next automatic modification operation. Also you can make
the automatic EURO modification operation compulsory. When the above-mentioned preset date and
time has come, and also when you start an entry in the REG/MGR mode, the error message “EURO
CHANGE ENTRY COMPULSORY” will be displayed. You cannot start any operation in REG mode until
you make the operation.
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11 Barcode reading
In your POS terminal, barcodes can be used as item codes, customer codes, bill codes and key codes.
From the scanner, barcodes having following formats can be read:
• UPC-A
• UPC-E
• EAN-13
• EAN-8
• NW-7
• CODE39
• ITF (Interleaved 2 of 5)
• CODE128
■ Item codes
As item codes, UPC-A (number system character 0/6/7/1/8/9), UPC-E, EAN-13, EAN-8 codes are
treated as PLU code. Both PLU type and non-PLU type are available.
You can enter those code manually for registration.
NW-7, CODE128, CODE39, and Interleaved 2 of 5 codes can be linked to PLU codes. The
corresponding PLU code is registered by scanning a barcode.
■ Customer code
EAN-13 code is used for customer code.
For the free type code, you can use free format of 13 digits.
For the established type code, use the following format.
1 to 9999999999999 (13 digits)
0 8
1 to 9999999999 (10 digits)
C/D
■ Bill code
EAN-13 code is used for bill code. Use the following format.
0 0 0 0
1 to 99999999 (8 digits)
C/D
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■ Key code
UPC-A (number system character 9) code is used for key code.
Function Key
9 0 0 0 0
Key code
C/D
Number system character
Character Key
9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
C/D
Number system character
Character code
Character Key
9 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
C/D
Number system character
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Auto key #
12 Magnetic card reading
Magnetic card can be used for:
• employee card
• EFT card
• customer card
• automatic sequencing key/macro key card
Card Format
■ EFT card
Format A
Start sentinel
Format code = “A”
Surname
Surname separator = “/”
Initials of first name
Separators (when required) = “SP”
Title (when used)
Separators (when required) = “SP”
Separator
Discretionary data
1 character
1 character
2 to 26 characters
Stop sentinel
LRC
1 character
the balance up the maximum record length(79
characters)
1 character
1 character
Total
maximum: 79 characters
Format B
Start sentinel
Format code = “B”
Account number
Separator
Surname
Surname separator = “/”
Initials of first name
Separators (when required) = “SP”
Title (when used)
Separators (when required) = “SP”
Separator
Discretionary data
1 character
1 character
up to 19 characters
1 character
2 to 26 characters
Stop sentinel
LRC
1 character
the balance up the maximum record length(79
characters)
1 character
1 character
Total
maximum: 79 characters
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Track 2:
Start sentinel
Account number
Separator
Discretionary data
Stop sentinel
LRC
1 character
up to 19 characters
1 character
the balance up the maximum record length(40
characters)
1 character
1 character
Total
maximum: 40 characters
Track 3:
Start sentinel
Format code
Primary Account number
Field Separator
Country code
Currency
Currency exponent
Amount authorized per cycle period
Amount remaining this cycle
Cycle begin
Cycle length
Retry Count
PINPARM
Stop sentinel
LRC
1 character
2 characters
PAN 1 character (Separator)
1 character (Separator)
3 characters*1
3 characters
1 characters
4 characters
4 characters
4 characters
2 characters
1 character
6 characters*1 (Personal Identification Numeric
control Parameter)
1 character
2 characters (Type of Account and Service
restrictions)
2 characters (Type of Account and Service
restrictions)
2 characters (Type of Account and Service
restrictions)
4 characters (UUMM)*1
1 character
9 characters
variable side (0-) (First subsidiary Account Number)
1 character (Separator)
variable side (0-) (First subsidiary Account Number)
1 character (Separator)
1 character
1 character*1
the balance up the maximum record length (107
characters)
1 character
1 character
Total
maximum: 107 characters
Interchange control
TA and SR (PAN)
TA and SR (SAN-1)
TA and SR (SAN-2)
Expiry date
Card sequence number
Card security number
SAN-1
Field Separator
SAN-2
Field Separator
Relay maker
CCD (Crypt Check Digits)
Discretionary data
*1 If not used, replace by one FS (Field Separator)
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■ Customer card
Track 1:
Start s
Start sentinel
Format Code
Customer Code
Discretionary data
Stop sentinel
LRC
1 character (“%”)
1 character (“B)
13 characters
the balance up the maximum record length (79
characters)
1 character (“?”)
1 character
Total
maximum: 79 characters
Track 2:
Start sentinel
Customer Code
Discretionary data
Stop sentinel
LRC
1 character
13 characters
the balance up the maximum record length (40
characters)
1 character
1 character
Total
maximum: 40 characters
Data should be exactly in either the track 1 or the track 2.
Customer code: 13 characters 0000000000000 - 9999999999999
■ Employee Card
Track 1:
Start sentinel
Format Code
Employee Code
Discretionary data
Stop sentinel
LRC
1 character (“%”)
1 character (“E”)
22 characters
the balance up the maximum record length (79
characters)
1 character (“?”)
1 character
Total
maximum: 79 characters
Employee code: 22 characters 0000000000000000000000 - 9999999999999999999999
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■ Auto key Card
Track 1:
Start sentinel
Format Code
Auto key #
Discretionary data
Stop sentinel
LRC
1 character (“%”)
1 character (“K”)
3 characters
the balance up the maximum record length (79
characters)
1 character (“?”)
1 character
Total
maximum: 79 characters
Auto key #: 001 - 999
■ Macro key Card
Start sentinel
Format Code
Auto key data
Separator
Discretionary data
Stop sentinel
LRC
1 character (“%”)
1 character (“M”)
72 characters max.
1 character
the balance up the maximum record length (79
characters)
1 character (“?”)
1 character
Total
maximum: 79 characters
Auto key data: Max 18 keys (1 key = 4 characters) Total 72 characters
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■ Character Code
Track 1
b6
b5
Column
b4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
b3
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
b2
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
b1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Row
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
2
3
SP
(a)
(a)
(c)
$
%(d)
(a)
(a)
(
)
(a)
(a)
(a)
-
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(a)
(a)
(a)
(a)
(a)
?(d)
(a)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
Q
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
(b)
(b)
(b)
^(d)
(a)
/
(a) These character positions are available for hardware control purposes only and cannot contain
information characters (dat content).
(b) There character positions are reserved for additional national characters when required. They are
not to be used internationally.
(c) This character position is reserved for optional additional graphic.
(d) These characters shall have the following meaning for this application:
Position
0/5
%
represents “start sentinel”
1/15 ?
represents “end sentinel”
3/14 ^
represents “separator”
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Track 2 / Track 3
b4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
b3
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
b2
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
10
0
0
1
1
b1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
Column
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Character
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(a)
start sentinel
(a)
separator
(a)
end sentinel
(a) These character positions are available for hardware control purposes only and cannot contain
information characters (data content).
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13 Network
System Configuration
UP-X300 POS system has a network architecture as shown in the example below.
Ethernet
UP-X300
POS server
Front End
Back Office
Backup server (Client)
Front End
Backup
Client
Front End
• The POS server should have the applications consisting of the Back Office function, Front End
communication function and Front End entry functions.
• A POS terminal should have the applications consisting of the Front End communication function and
Front End function.
• Backup server should have the applications consisting of the Back Office function, Front End
communication function and Front End entry functions.
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Network function
■ DataServer
The POS server and each terminal have database. When you operate the POS server or a terminal,
the machine will access its own database. The DataServer manage the access of the database. At
several operation, the POS server need to access (refer, copy, modify, etc.) the terminal database. Also
terminals need to access the POS server database. The DataServer also manage the communication
to access the another machine database.
■ Network information management
For the network information managemnet, you must make necessary settings such as IP address at the
Terminal module (POS programming/System Setting/Administorator/Terminal).
■ Terminal software version up
At the terminal starting, the terminal checks the version of the Frond End software at the POS server.
When the Front End software is newer than its own Front End software, the terminal downloads the
Front End software from the POS server, install it and restart.
■ Date and Time setting
Each terminal inquires the date and time to the POS server and modify its own data and time.
The timing of inquire is as follows: At the time when the terminal starts
At the time same every day
At the POS server, you can set the data and time manually at the main screen.
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14 Backup System
Outline
■ Normal operation
The POS server system has several database such as the Transaction DB, Preset DB among others on
POS server. Throughout this manual these databases are referred to as Master Databases.
Each terminal reads/writes to the Master Databases in real-time while you are executing POS
operations.
Each terminal has two parts to the Master Databases. The two databases are referred to as the Local
Transaction DB and the Preset DB.
POS server
Terminal 1
Terminal 2
Registraion
Copy
Preset
Preset
Preset
Parts of Master
Databases
Transaction
Update
Local
Transaction
Local
Transaction
■ Operation if the POS server is down
If the POS server is down and no backup server exists on your POS system, the window to select Retry
or Shutdown will be displayed at the POS terminals. Operation at the POS terminals cannot be done
until the POS server is recovered.
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■ Backup POS server
The POS server system allows you to set a terminal as the backup server by user setting. The backup
server has the same data in its databases as the ones in the POS server. When the system updates
the Master Database at the POS server by each terminal, the POS server system automatically updates
the copy of the Master Databases at the backup server immediately.
When the POS server outage occurs, the terminals can’t access the Master Databases at the POS
server. Then the operations are maintained by the following instruction:
How to read/write the Master Databases at the POS server
At the terminal a selection window appears to select Retry or Use Backup Server Only. Select Use
Backup Server Only at the terminal when the outage is detected.
Then the terminal cannot access the Master Databases at the POS server. Instead, the terminal
accesses the Master Databases at the POS server without restriction in terminal operations.
POS server
Master
Databases
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Backup Server
Master
Terminal 1
Terminal 2
■ Operation when the POS server outage is recovered
When the POS server is recovered, communications between all terminals and the backup POS server
is temporarily stopped. Then you have to merge both Master Databases of the POS server and the
Master Databases of the backup POS server. Then the system restarts allowing communications
between all terminals and the POS server/backup servers.
The time necessary to merge the Master Databases may take some time, it is recommended that you
execute this operate while the system is not in use and before taking system reports.
Backup Server
POS server
Master
Databases
Merge
Terminal 1
Terminal 2
Master
■ Backup server operation
When the POS server works normally, you cannot execute Back Office operation at the backup server.
If the POS server outage is occurred, you can execute the Back Office operation at the backup server.
If you recover the POS server, you cannot execute the Back Office operation at the backup server. If
the Back Office operation is executed at this timing, Master Database merge between the POS server
and the backup server don’t start. At the POS server and the backup master, “Close Back Office
Program at the Backup Server” confirmation window opens. After closing the Back Office program at
the backup master, the POS server starts to merge Master Database.
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