As per you, you did the initial PULL, then updated the timestamps on the
records and they got pulled properly the next time. Can you pls put some
help here that how can we update the timestamps on the records we need for
PULL? Is it something different than what happened always before the PULL
call becuause before that it updates the next runtime and entitties too?
On Sat, Jan 24, 2009 at 5:19 AM, Vince M. Clark <vcl...@globalera.com>wrote:
Agreed, they could still use the web POS interface but run local instances.
You would still have sync to deal with but OfBiz could focus on a single POS
UI rather than maintaining two.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jacques Le Roux" <jacq...@les7arts.com>
Sent: Friday, January 23, 2009 4:47:28 PM (GMT-0700) America/Denver
Subject: Re: Improper PULL synchronization from MCS
On Jan 23, 2009, at 3:06 PM, Jacques Le Roux wrote:
Yes, I agree. I think I will definitively put some effort on this
side (WebPos I mean). This for this reason and the others being that
XUI is no longer supported and we have issues with it.
So it's not yet sure but I'm more an more thinking that the POS
component will be legacy on day ...
I doubt the current POS will ever be "legacy" or be abandoned,
although it depends on how many choose to use it.
Typically organizations want easier deployment, so a web-based
application is great for them.
In some cases things are very "mission critical", like getting money
from customers in physical retail locations. In those cases redundancy
and minimizing single points of failure is important. If the internet
goes down or even the network in the store, they want each cash
register to be able to run independently. For all but the smallest
retailers that's a mandatory requirement.
They could use the same mechanims with WebPos isn'it (a local DB