In this page, you can manage and validate the configuration of the system.

Go to SETTINGS-> VALIDATION CONFIGURATION to validate.




Option 1:


If selected, it allows the user to add new SKUs and units from any module.

Example 1: Adding a new SKU



Example 2: Adding a new measurement unit



If not selected, it blocks a user from adding new SKUs and units

Example 3: Adding SKU



Example 4: Adding a measurement unit




Option 2:


If selected, it allow the user to add new SKU/unit in purchase module only.



This option is made available so that users don't end up creating new SKU/units apart from the persons handling purchase module.

NOTE: : Only users who have access to purchase modules will be able to create new SKU/units, as is mostly the case in most outlets. All other modules like recipe, stock taking, wastage will only accept SKUs that are present in the system.


Option 3:


If selected, purchases added in an outlet will be suggested in other outlets

Example 1:

Consider, a purchase of "Yogurt" is added in "Central Store"



Now, "Yogurt" will be suggested while adding in other outlets.



If not selected, no suggestions are visible

Example 2:




Option 4:


If selected, allows the user to add contract information and items.



How to enter the contract details ?

Example 1: Type the supplier name as shown below



Example 2: Enter the time period of the contract (The start and the end date).



Note: By default, any added contract is visible across multiple outlets. If this contract is specific to a particular outlet, choose this option. Note that this contract will not be visible in other outlets if this is selected.

Example 3: Enter the details of contract items ( Item Name, Measurement Unit, and Total Price) as shown below




Option 5:


If selected, the user will not be able to edit the price of a particular item which is in the contract for that particular period.




Non Food Classification:


This is done to eliminate the Non-Food category items from COGS calculation. Create a Non-food category as a parent tag and list all the non-food items as children tags using Categorization and Tags. Click here for detail.

Example 1:



Click Update to see the changes based on selected options.

NOTE: These changes in the configuration will be reflected in the organization.
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