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SECTION 1.4.4.5U - LIST SHOPPER DOCKET TRANSACTIONS

 

USAGE: To print a list of Shopper Docket Transactions. This is used in cases where you wish to check the entries on Shopper Docket transactions. This option will only be available for Sites that use the Card option.

 

DISCUSSION: When you choose this option, the screen will appear as follows:

 

 

Here you can choose the order in which you wish to print the report. Choose the order you wish to print the report in by pressing the number next to the option.

 

Hint: If you intend to limit the report to a range of transactions, it is most efficient to print the report in the same order. Eg if you wish to limit the report to a range of date, the report will scan the transaction-file faster if you also print the report in date order.

 

Having chosen from the options, the following questions will appear:

 

USE LONG FORMAT REPORT†††† If you are using wide stationery, reply Y, otherwise reply N. This question will only be displayed if the relevant option is set to A, see SECTION 7.1.2.

 

START A NEW PAGE ON CHANGE OF KEY If you have chosen to print the report in Site Code, Date, etc, you will be offered this option. If you reply Y, HiFinance will start a new page each time the major key changes. A sub-total will also be printed for each group of transactions. If you reply N, the transactions will be printed continuously.

 

INCLUDE ALL SHOPPER DOCKET TRANSACTIONS†††††††††† If you enter Y here, all transactions will be printed and you will not be asked any further filter questions.

 

The following question asks you to enter both a lower and upper limit. The upper limit must not be less than the lower limit. The default answers define the extreme limits of the field. You do not have to change all of these limits. Only change the ones you wish to, and tab past the others.

 

RESULT CODE RANGE††††† This is the result code, as returned by the scanned data, eg to only include successful transaction, limit the report from 0 to 1.

 

TRANSACTION REFERENCE NUMBER RANGE†††††††††† This is the 6 digit number representing the scannerís reference number.

 

SITE CODE††††† This is the 3 Digit code of the site.

 

DOCKET NUMBER RANGE This is the 5 digit number representing the docketís reference number. This can be useful when looking for a specific docket.

 

REDEMPTION DATE RANGE††††††† This allows you to limit the report to a range of dates of redemption of the docket.

 

SIGHTED DATE RANGE†† This allows you to limit the report to a range of dates sighted. This can be used to find a transaction that was manually sighted on a specific date, or you can put in an upper limit of zero and only include un-sighted transactions.

 

BILLED DATE RANGE††††† This allows you to limit the report to a range of dates billed. This can be used to find a transaction that was manually billed on a specific date, or you can put in an upper limit of zero and only include un-billed transactions.

 

BRAND NUMBER RANGE†† This allows you to limit the report to a range of brands. This can be used to find a transaction within a specific Brand, etc Coles.

 

LITRES PURCHASED RANGE†††† This allows you to limit the report to a range of litres purchased. The can be useful for finding very small or large transactions, etc.

 

DISCOUNT VALUE RANGES††††††† This allows you to limit the report to a range of discount values. The can be useful for finding very small or large transactions, etc..

 

To start the report, press <Enter> through each field or simply press <F10>.

 

The report will scan the transaction file and extract all records that fit within your chosen parameters. The report itself will detail the Result Code, Transaction Reference Number, Site Code, Site Name, Redeption Date, Brand Code, Docket Number, Receipt Number, CPL, Expiry Date, Discount Litres and Value, Paid Date and Billed Date. Totals are printed at the end of the report and at the end of each sort field, if the report is printed in that order.

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