POS Frontend Orders Management
This module extends the functionality of the PoS frontend allowing to load already done PoS Orders in order to be able to operate over them, being able to reprint past tickets or return them.
Table of contents
To configure this module, you need to go to Point of Sale > Configuration > Point of Sale and enable Order Management
- Change Maximum orders to load to your desired amount (10 by default). Please note that the more you load, the more it will take to load them in the session opening. You can also set it to 0 and you’ll just be able to load them from the order list screen.
- Enable Reprint orders on if you want to be able to reprint past orders in that PoS.
- Enable Return orders on if you want to be able to return past orders in that PoS.
- Enable Duplicate orders on if you want to be able to return past orders in that PoS.
Once the PoS is loaded, you’ll find a shopping trolley icon (🛒) in the top bar that grants access to the order list screen.
There you can find the number of past orders loaded according to your configuration (see Configuration) as well as the orders you checked out in the current session:
- You can see their totals as well as their custumers if registered.
- You can reprint their tickets clicking on the printer icon (⎙).
- You can return them pressing on the arrow icon (↶).
- You have a search input as well that lets you find past tickets by its reference number.
NOTE: You’ll need your PoS to be online to be able to search or return a past ticket.
- It’s possible to return the same order over and over. To avoid so, we should load and control if there’s a returned line id associated with the original order. That would be a great improvement for future revisions. This feature is implemented in the module pos_order_return in the back office part, but not in front office part (implemented in this this module).
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This module is maintained by the OCA.
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This module is part of the OCA/pos project on GitHub.
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