Actions list for V5.2.3


#1

Hope this list helps. If you find typo or missing actions please lmk.

End Work Period
Start Work Period
Login User
Logout User
Change Ticket Entity
Close Ticket
Create Ticket
Display Ticket
Execute Ticket Command
Load Last Order
Load Ticket
Moved Tagged Order
Save Ticket
Select Automation Command
Execute Html Widget Action
Set Current Terminal
Update Program Setting
Navigate Module
Change Screen Menu
Display Payment Screen
Display Ticket List
Display Ticket Log
Change NumberPad Value
Backup Database
Change Database Connection
Execute Configuration Task
Execute Database Task
Restore Datebase
Data Export
Log Entity State
Print Report
Refresh Custom Report Widget
Save Report to File
Execute Script
Broadcast Message
Create Account Transaction
Create Account Transaction Document
Batch Create Document
Print Account Screen
Print Transaction Document
Print Transactions
Add Line to Text File
Loop Values
Modify Variables
Refresh Cache
Send Email
Set Active Ticket Type
Refresh Cache
Send Email
Set Active Ticket Type
Refresh Widgets
Set Wiget Value
Start Process
Ask Question
Display Popup
Show Message
Add Order
Add Ticket Log
Cancel Orders
Change Ticket Properties
Duplicate Orders
Lock Ticket
Mark Ticket as Closed
Merge Tickets
Update Payment Description
Pay Ticket
Stop Product Timers
Tag Order
Unlock Ticket
Untag Order
Update Ticket Line Separator
Update Order
Update Order Group
Update Order Separator
Update Order State
Update Order Tag Price
Update Order Tag Quantity
Update Ticket Calculation
Update Ticket State
Update Ticket Tag
Ask Task
Execute Print Job
Create Entity
Load Entity
Print Entity
Update Entity Data
Update Entity Note
Update Entity State
Execute Automation Command
Cancel Ticket Payments
Reopen Closed Ticket
Select Orders
Update Ticket Date
Update Application Subtitle


#2

Same list in alphabetical order:

Add Line to Text File
Add Order
Add Ticket Log
Ask Question
Ask Task
Backup Database
Batch Create Document
Broadcast Message
Cancel Orders
Cancel Ticket Payments
Change Database Connection
Change NumberPad Value
Change Screen Menu
Change Ticket Entity
Change Ticket Properties
Close Ticket
Create Account Transaction
Create Account Transaction Document
Create Entity
Create Ticket
Data Export
Duplicate Orders
Display Payment Screen
Display Popup
Display Ticket
Display Ticket List
Display Ticket Log
End Work Period
Execute Automation Command
Execute Configuration Task
Execute Database Task
Execute Html Widget Action
Execute Print Job
Execute Script
Execute Ticket Command
Load Entity
Load Last Order
Load Ticket
Lock Ticket
Log Entity State
Login User
Logout User
Loop Values
Mark Ticket as Closed
Merge Tickets
Modify Variables
Moved Tagged Order
Navigate Module
Pay Ticket
Print Account Screen
Print Entity
Print Report
Print Transaction Document
Print Transactions
Refresh Cache
Refresh Cache
Refresh Custom Report Widget
Refresh Widgets
Reopen Closed Ticket
Restore Datebase
Save Report to File
Save Ticket
Select Automation Command
Select Orders
Send Email
Send Email
Set Active Ticket Type
Set Active Ticket Type
Set Current Terminal
Set Wiget Value
Show Message
Start Process
Start Work Period
Stop Product Timers
Tag Order
Unlock Ticket
Untag Order
Update Application Subtitle
Update Entity Data
Update Entity Note
Update Entity State
Update Order
Update Order Group
Update Order Separator
Update Order State
Update Order Tag Price
Update Order Tag Quantity
Update Payment Description
Update Program Setting
Update Ticket Calculation
Update Ticket Date
Update Ticket Line Separator
Update Ticket State
Update Ticket Tag


#3

Why list these? Anyone can look at them. I don’t see how this is useful.


#4

I find it hard to get the action in a roll down menu when they are not alphabetically listed.
Sometimes I find brute force memorizing them is faster in writing a program


#5

You can also just start typing letters of an action and it will filter automatically.


#6

I know that but what if the person do not realize there is such action to begin with, he would not what to type in first and have to fish it.

I think it matters whether the person is familiar enough with the system. I think you remember most, if not all, of them but for many beginners like me, it will take some time to remember what is available. A quick look at the list may be faster. I personally find it useful as I just use it to do programming which I find the reference a help. Maybe, there are other members like me.


#7

You can type any part of the action name. If I know I need to do something with a ticket I just type ticket and the list shows me all things that have “ticket” in the action name.