It does work yes.
However I don’t think SambaIn sends the Table Number to SambaPOS.
In my case I have the issue that I have 2 separate Gloriafood accounts - 1 for takeaway and 1 for Dine In - the reasons for this:
- I offer a discount for takeaway - therefore 2 separate pricing structures
- My kitchen needs to confirm wait time for takeaway orders but dine-in can be confirmed by bar staff as they would be when taking orders directly with customers - therefore I have one tablet in kitchen for takeaways and another behind the bar for dine-in.
- Unfortunately Gloriafood does not have the facility for separate pricing depending on takeaway/dine-in and it would be far too easy for customers to scroll through the menu and select a takeaway meal when dining in (outdoors only in England at moment) and expect the lower price.
As you can only run one SambaIn process at a time I have resorted to keeping the integration setup for the takeaway but manually input the dine-in orders when they come through.
Ideally I could do with a second integration or the option within SambaIn to add a second Gloriafood account - I know this is possible as I experimented with running 2 instances of SambaIn with different Gloriafood login details and both did receive the orders but also duplicated the orders in SambaPOS.
I have tried to setup my own integration but as yet still learning the GraphQL side and not got it working as I would like.