Import Database

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Thomas
2011-07-08
2012-08-25
  • Thomas
    Thomas
    2011-07-08

    Hello,

    I am a begimmer withh this software and my first question is, is it possible
    to import a product-database from a spreadsheet software (ecxel or OO) and how
    can I do it ?

    thanks in advance...

     
  • uniCenta
    uniCenta
    2011-07-08

    Hello muegast

    uniCenta oPOS is a close branch of Openbravo POS and I would suggest you
    research the Openbravo forums ;
    http://www.openbravo.com as there several topics
    covering this subject.

    Alternatively, you could use one of the free SQL tools such as SQuirrel or
    Quest's Toad to import Products.

    Jack

     
  • Thomas
    Thomas
    2011-07-08

    Thanks for answer, I will try it.

    Next question...

    How I can use the %-discount button. If I but on this button; I only get a
    "ding" from my PC, I have read in the intruction that this function is not
    activatetd by standard, but I have nothinmg found for activation.

    Regards

    Thomas

     
  • uniCenta
    uniCenta
    2011-07-08

    Hello muegast

    you need to enter the amount of the discount on the number keypad and then
    press the %Discount button

    Jack

     
  • Thomas
    Thomas
    2011-07-10

    Thanks works great!

    Now I have connected the database with the squirrel-tool it works too, but
    whre I can find in the database the products?

    If I want to import my menue-database, I need the name of the datafields in
    the unicenta-database.

    Best regards thomas

     
  • Thomas
    Thomas
    2011-07-10

    Another question again: How works the total-discount?

    I found in the manager role the script:

    <class name="button.totaldiscount"/>

    I have activated it, but I can not find this button, if I locked in as the
    manager.

    Is it possible to make settings, that only one operator cut work one the
    table, he has opend? I mean, if operator1 have open table1, this table is
    closed for other operators, to the table is billed.

    And the best will be, if operator1 could pass the table to operator2, if it is
    nessesary.

    THX & best regards again

    thomas

     
  • Thomas
    Thomas
    2011-07-13

    No suggestion?

    Thats a pity.......

    thomas

     
  • uniCenta
    uniCenta
    2011-07-14

    Hi Thomas

    My reply on 8th July:

    uniCenta oPOS is a close branch of Openbravo POS and I would suggest you
    research the Openbravo forums ;
    http://www.openbravo.com as there several topics
    covering this subject.

    Alternatively, you could use one of the free SQL tools such as SQuirrel or
    Quest's Toad to import Products

    .

    Jack