This tutorial will show you how to make a basic Abort Transaction button to put on your POS screen in the event you need to abort an entire transaction with a single button press before it is settled.
Database Tools Module Import File: For those of you with the Database Tools module purchased and installed.
You will still need to update Ticket Closing rule as described in the tutorial below.
Abort Transaction Button.zip (901 Bytes)
Items are added to the ticket but before you settle the customer decides they do not want anything. So you press the Abort Transaction Button:
After the button is pressed it changes every item to zero quantity and updates the display status to Aborted:
The ticket is automatically closed and a new ticket loaded ready for the next order.
You can now view all aborted transactions from the Ticket Lister:
Ticket Type called Abort:
You can leave Menu Mapping and Entity Type List blank.
Create an Abort Transaction
Automation Command Button:
Map it to where you want it to show on your POS screen. I use Display Under Ticket Row 2
Change Ticket Properties action:
Update Order action:
Automation Command Executed rule:
Put the two actions you just made in the rule and include a
Close Ticket action
Ticket Closing rule and add the following Constraint: