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amznilla (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
8 Jan 12 5:49
Guys,

I need some help on where to look for these reports in Netvupont

    * Property (e.g. Shangri-la, Marriott)
    * Transaction Date (or check date)
    * Outlet name)
    * Check number
    * Number of cover
    * Payment type
    * Bill value
    * Membeship ID (if applicable)
    * Discount Key (for promotion tracking?)
 
hosehead78 (TechnicalUser)
17 Mar 12 3:25
Not sure exactly what you are looking for? Can you be a little more specific?

NetVu Point is mainly for viewing Sales, Checks, Menu Items Sales and Inventory.  
amznilla (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
19 Mar 12 7:58
Actually what we're what to achieve is to extract these reports and will be used for datawarehousing.
hosehead78 (TechnicalUser)
20 Mar 12 0:06
Do you have an SQL DB or Other?

Also, are you just looking for receipts?
amznilla (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
23 Mar 12 12:50
Hi,

We have SQL DB. Yes we're looking for the receipts
joblack23 (IS/IT--Management)
28 Mar 12 19:07
Depending how your netview is setup but what you are looking for is
 in the Transaction Search
   quick link
    in the check number (enter the check)

in this page, you can tailor your search for just about anything (date, employee peryode, etc)


     

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