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CashDrawerEventType

The types of events on a CashDrawerShift.

Each event type represents an employee action on the actual cash drawer represented by a CashDrawerShift.

Values

NO_SALE

Triggered when a no sale occurs on a cash drawer. A CashDrawerEvent of this type must have a zero money amount.

CASH_TENDER_PAYMENT

Triggered when a cash tender payment occurs on a cash drawer. A CashDrawerEvent of this type can must not have a negative amount.

OTHER_TENDER_PAYMENT

Triggered when a check, gift card, or other non-cash payment occurs on a cash drawer. A CashDrawerEvent of this type must have a zero money amount.

CASH_TENDER_CANCELLED_PAYMENT

Triggered when a split tender bill is cancelled after cash has been tendered. A CASH_TENDER_CANCELLED_PAYMENT should have a corresponding CASH_TENDER_PAYMENT. A CashDrawerEvent of this type must not have a negative amount.

OTHER_TENDER_CANCELLED_PAYMENT

Triggered when a split tender bill is cancelled after a non-cash tender has been tendered. An OTHER_TENDER_CANCELLED_PAYMENT should have a corresponding OTHER_TENDER_PAYMENT. A CashDrawerEvent of this type must have a zero money amount.

CASH_TENDER_REFUND

Triggered when a cash tender refund occurs. A CashDrawerEvent of this type must not have a negative amount.

OTHER_TENDER_REFUND

Triggered when an other tender refund occurs. A CashDrawerEvent of this type must have a zero money amount.

PAID_IN

Triggered when money unrelated to a payment is added to the cash drawer. For example, an employee adds coins to the drawer. A CashDrawerEvent of this type must not have a negative amount.

PAID_OUT

Triggered when money is removed from the drawer for other reasons than making change. For example, an employee pays a delivery person with cash from the cash drawer. A CashDrawerEvent of this type must not have a negative amount.

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