Well I’m saying reinstall latest SambaPOS. Setup will automatically migrate your database to latest version. When you open a database generated with older SambaPOS versions you need to reinstall SambaPOS to upgrade database to latest.
I’ve not said uninstall SambaPOS, recreate DB or something else. Why you’re doing these? When you see the EntityId error message, close SambaPOS, double click on SambaPOS setup program, let it setup and start SambaPOS. That’s all.
Because when I saw “Please reinstall SambaPOS to migrate database to latest version.” I thought that you need to UNinstall it first, and after install a fresh copy of samba. Now I know why it’s needs REinstalled.
Sorry for that.
Check the mappings for the check in button, it is t showing as you havent told it to. Whatever state your ticket is when you have changed it to a reservation needs to be added to the visible and enable parts of the mapping for that button. Do that and it will appear
You need to create a cancel reservation button that is only visible on a ticket with state reservation or reserved (or whatever you called it)
Setup an update ticket state action to remove the reservation state from the ticket (it will now not show on your reservation screen)
Create a rule to link you cancel reservation button with update ticket state action to remove the reservation state and add close ticket action
When you press cancel reservation the ticket state will update to remove reservation and the ticket will close
I did that , NO GO. I think there is a conflict somewhere on my db. With all the things that I modified. (Reserv. db from you, Occupied Button, Cancel Order, Cancel Button for the products).
Now I am REchecking all the steps in “Simple Reservation Example”, and are all in there.
Maybe it’s an issue with the mappings from the check in button:
Maybe a picture is worth a thousand words, here it’s what I get from what are you saying:
a: You need to create a cancel reservation button that is only visible on a ticket with state reservation or reserved (or whatever you called it)