Currently we are using scanners and would like to be able to work in our SAP system offline in the event of server downtime. Is there capability in the handheld to perform transactions offline and upload with the server is back up and running?
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It sounds like you're using a different scan engine, can you go to the scanner's control panel and tell us what scan engine you are using? You can find this in Start > Control Panel > System Info and select the config info tab. Scroll down until you see "Scanner" "SEXXXX".
Does it work on other POS machine? That is to verify any hardware issue with the scanner. If it works, does other scanner works on this POS machine? Sometimes unplug and replug some USB cable in or some of the cable in between the POS and scanner will make it work. If those do not work, try to check the server for POS connection and see whether they can see that POS system. Use your store control application to reset that POS machine before you refresh the software or operating system on that.
Go into the scannabar system itself on your desktop.... there should be an icon for your handheld... click on that icon.. there should be a box telling you whether your handheld is online or offline... most of the time the handheld will reset itself to offline... just click online and you are ready to scan.
Antivirus softwares have on-access-scanner mechanisms in order to check a file when somebody or somesoftware tried to access them via system level drivers.
If you installed 2 different antivirus softwares at the same time, one of them tried to check any file an access event occures and the other one tries to check same file against viruses and fires another file access event and then the other av softwaretries again and so forth, this may cause lack of system resources and your system may be locked.
You should choose one of AV software and use only it, and uninstall the existing if you want to install another AV.
Now, you should open the computer with an external boot (with erd commander like live OS cd ) technique end delete the folder of one of the AV software to gain your PC back.
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·Step 1 Open the Start menu and click on the
"Printers and Faxes" icon. This will open a window with a list of the
printers currently set up on your computer. ·Step 2 Double-click on the icon of the
printer you want to change to online. A pop-up window detailing all current
print jobs will open. ·Step 3 Go to Printer in the menu bar of
the pop-up window and uncheck "Use Printer Offline." This action will
change the printer from offline to online. Mac
Instructions·Step 1 Open System Preferences by
clicking on the icon in the Dock. ·Step 2 Go to the Print & Fax
control panel under the Hardware category. ·Step 3 Select the printer you want to
take online from the list on the left side of the screen. Then click on the
"Open Print Queue" button. ·Step 4 Click on the "Resume
Printer" button at the top of the queue window to change the printer from
offline to online.