Commit 316629f5 authored by Caroline Cyr La Rose's avatar Caroline Cyr La Rose

Adds chapter for Point of sale module

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.. include:: images.rst
.. _point-of-sale-label:
Point of sale
===============================================================================
Point of sale is a module designed for selling items to people who aren't
registered at the library or to make sales that do not need to be linked to a
patron account.
For example, you can sell used books or promotional items. These items can be
sold to anyone and you don't need to link the sale to a particular patron.
For invoices that need to be linked to a patron's account (like a lost item or
new card fee), use :ref:`manual invoicing <creating-manual-invoices-label>`.
- *Get there:* More > Point of sale
.. _setup-point-of-sale-label:
Setup
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
To enable the point of sale module, you must turn on the :ref:`EnablePointOfSale`
system preference.
If it's not already done, you must also enable the :ref:`UseCashRegisters`
system preference.
Make sure you :ref:`configure your cash registers <cashregisters-label>` in the
administration module.
Finally, you must add items that you will be selling in the :ref:`debit types
<debit-types-label>` section of the administration module.
.. _making-a-sale-label:
Making a sale
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
When you first go in the point of sale module, the left side will show all the
items for sale. These are :ref:debit types <debit-types-label>` that were
marked as 'Can be sold'.
On the right side is the current sale.
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Click on the 'Add' button next to the items to add to the current sale.
If you need to change the cost or the quantity, click on the amount on the
right side and it will become an input box where you can enter the correct
amount.
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