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Card Terminal Transactions

In-store card transactions are credit/debit card transactions processed with the PAX credit card terminals.

Transactions are grouped for each terminal.

ID: The id of transaction in the terminal. It's an incremental number and should always start with 1 after batch closing. Operations on the same transaction would share the same ID. e.g., a credit sale and a later tip adjustment would be on the same ID of the transaction.

Time: The time an operation was processed.

Last4: The last 4 digits of the customer card.

Amount: The total amount of transaction, including adjusted tip.

Tip: The amount of adjusted tip.

Type: Sale/Adjust/Void/Return.

Auth Code: 6-charactor authorization code from the processor.

Order/Check The corresponding order number and a check number (if there are split checks for the order).

Batch: The corresponding batch number. Please note that some processor may not have a corresponding local batch number (e.g., Heartland).



In-store batches are batches processed with the PAX credit card terminals.

Time: The time a batch was processed.

Machine: The name of the credit card machine. Often this is the S/N of the credit card machine.

Batch: The batch number.

Amount: The total amount of batched transactions.

Only batches manually closed would be recorded by POS.

We recommend close batch manually at the end of the day. It's a good practice to cross-check with the deposit you received from the processor.

Batches autoclosed will be collected by the processor but won't be recorded in the POS.

HeartlandĀ® practices differently in closing batch. In closing one machine, it would close batch on all. With one machine closed, it would close batch on all machines. In such a case, the batch in POS may only show partial fund, from a single machine. The processor, however, has the full amount of closed fund.

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