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HOW TO INJECT ORDERS AND PAYMENTS INTO AN ALOHA NCR SYSTEM

HOW TO INJECT ORDERS AND PAYMENTS INTO AN ALOHA NCR SYSTEM

HOW TO INJECT ORDERS AND PAYMENTS INTO AN ALOHA NCR SYSTEM

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We are implementing a Restaurant Kiosk and we have found a way to inject the orders and payments into an Aloha System. Although this method works fine, We also need to close the trsnsaction (because when we only inject orders and payments the check is still open until the end of day process). Can any know how remotely close the transaction?

RE: HOW TO INJECT ORDERS AND PAYMENTS INTO AN ALOHA NCR SYSTEM

Hi Renan

Yes, Is possible, I think, you are ussing a jSon structure to inject order (BSL or Cloud Connect), then, you must be made some configurations on ATO and in jSon to inject apply payment, must be use Custom_Prepaid

Something like this

"payments": [
{
"lineId": "1paymentLine",
"amount": 65900,
"gratuity": 0,
"referenceId": "304786",
"type": "Other",
"subType": "Custom_PrePaid3",
"payBalance": false
}

All this information are in NCR API's Portal...

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