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Tablet Oracle 721 - Check is opened by Tabletxx - Override check owned by offline UWS?

Tablet Oracle 721 - Check is opened by Tabletxx - Override check owned by offline UWS?

Tablet Oracle 721 - Check is opened by Tabletxx - Override check owned by offline UWS?

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Hi to all,
We have a restaurant using tablets Micros 721. The table is opened and send the order to the kitchen(and the table is closed in the tablet), but when this table is opened in a Workstation I have the message Check is opened by Tabletxx - Override check owned by offline UWS?.
Micros says that i must reboot the tablet, but is frecuently this problem.

Anyone have a similar case?

Thanks
Mirko

RE: Tablet Oracle 721 - Check is opened by Tabletxx - Override check owned by offline UWS?

what version of res are you running?

RE: Tablet Oracle 721 - Check is opened by Tabletxx - Override check owned by offline UWS?

The few times i have seen this happen was not related to a tablet but another workstation prompting the same error. The quick fix is just use a password with high enough privilege (property expert) That will free up the check. I believe the problem is related to poor network connectivity. i would run some latency tests between your server and the workstation and see if there are any dropped packets.

RE: Tablet Oracle 721 - Check is opened by Tabletxx - Override check owned by offline UWS?

I have seen something like this before. It was due to a bad network drop, I have also seen this with a bad switch and a bad network cable. You need to look at the logs and see what workstation number this is coming from so you can isolate the location. If is happening in multiple locations swap the network switch and test.

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