Cash Drawer Tests

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Opening a Cash Drawer

Action Go to Financials > Receivables >> Manage Cash Drawers. Click on [Open Cash Drawer], enter "DemoCSR" for the user login, initial balance, and some comments.

Result A cash drawer should be opened for the user with the initial balance. This cash drawer should be viewable from "Open Cash Drawers".

Cash Drawer Transactions

Action Login to the CRMSFA as "DemoCSR" and create a sales order. Receive a cash payment equal to the amount of the order.

Result Cash drawer balance should have increased when you view it in the cash drawers screen.

Action Login to CRMSFA as "DemoCSR" and create another sales order. Receive a cash payment greater than the amount of the order (ie, $50 for a $45.76) order, and disburse the difference as change.

Result Cash drawer should record a receipt and a refund disbursement. The receipt should increase the balance, and the refund decrease it. The net balance should increase by the net amount of the payment.

Action Login to CRMSFA as "DemoCSR" and receive a check payment.

Result The cash drawer should show the check payment, but below the cash transactions, and it should not have any effect on the balance of the cash drawer.

Closing the Cash Drawer

Action Go to Financials > Receivables >> Manage Cash Drawers. Select an open cash drawer and click on [Close]. Enter the amount still remaining in the cash drawer.

Result The cash drawer should be closed now. No further transactions should be recorded. You should be able to find the cash drawer in the "Past Cash Drawers" section below and see its transactions history.

Action Follow steps above for another cash drawer, but enter an amount different than the amount still remaining in the cash drawer.

Result The system should tell you that there is a difference in closing amount and not close the cash drawer. You can however click on [Force Close] and cause the drawer to close, with a variance recorded. The variance amount should show up in the future.



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