In this panel, there are three sections that you can use to synchronize settings on sales transactions, transfers, and customer data.
Here is the explanation :
You can set the synchronization schedule for sales transactions that occur with the Automatically synchronize transactions to Journalv2 button on register shift closing.
If activated, the synchronization of sales transactions will be carried out when the shift register is closed.
If it is disabled, the synchronization of sales transactions will be carried out at certain hours that you can specify.
You can set the synchronization schedule for transfers from outlets to outlets / warehouses and stock taking is done via iSeler with the Enable automatic transfer synchronization button.
If activated, then every transfer from outlet to outlet and stock taking made through iSeller will be synchronized in the V2 Journal according to the certain hours you specify.
If it is disabled, then every transfer from outlet to outlet and stock taking made through iSeller needs to be synchronized manually to Journal V2.
Customer Data Mapping
You can manage customer data by using the Use Id in customer data as the mapping in Journal V2 button.
If activated, the customer ID between iSeller and Journal V2 will be the same.
If it is deactivated, then the customer ID will be randomly generated by Journal V2.
However, if in iSeller you do not include a customer ID number, then in Journal V2, the customer ID will be randomly generated even though the button has been activated.
The picture above is an example of customer data recorded in Journal V2. General and 001 are the same customer ID as iSeller, while the rest are customer IDs randomly generated by the Journal because they don't have customer IDs in iSeller.
NOTES : You can see a list of customers who have ID and those who don't in the Customers menu in iSeller.
You've learned the 3 types of sync settings you can do. Next is an explanation regarding checking data integration.
Integration Data Check
When integrating iSeller with Journal V2, you need to ensure that the integration process succeeds or fails through the Synchronization Status panel. Here is the explanation.
Synchronization status is carried out to check data from iSeller to Journal V2 such as (Outlet to Outlet Transfer, Stock Adjustment, Stock Taking, and Sales Transactions).
For the complete integration process, please select View Details. Details will appear as shown below.
The status of the success or failure of the synchronization process can be seen in the status column. If Success, then the synchronization is successful. If Failed, then the synchronization failed.
If the synchronization fails, then please select the exclamation mark icon in the failed sync action column to find out the cause of the failed synchronization status.
The picture above shows that the process of transferring out or transferring from outlet to outlet has not been synchronized before so you need to make repairs first.
If you have made repairs, do a sync refresh.
The synchronization status will change to success.
NOTES : Each synchronization must be done from the very bottom or the very beginning so that the synchronization process does not run the risk of failure.
The explanation regarding Syncing and Checking Data From iSeller to Journal V2 has been completed. Next, you can study the Business Process article between iSeller and Journal V2.