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Processing Web Payments

Processing Web Payments

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To view and process your web payments, go to Point of Sale, then Process Web Payments (Alt+P) up at the top of the screen in the toolbar. You can also find this button when you hit F2 to go to Payments. See screen shot below of the image of this page.

 

When your computer checks the WebPay server for payments any online payments made since the last sync will be made available in RTO Pro for processing. Online payments will not show up on the customers records until until you process them.

 

The computer you have designated to sync with the RTOwebpay server for payments will check hourly for any new payments(note RTO Pro would have to be running on that computer for it to check for payments). You will also be sent an email for every payment paid online, after you receive the email you can go to the process web payments screen and click the "Start Webpay Sync" button to download the webpay payments, you can then click the "Process Now" button to enter those payments in RTO Pro.

 

View your payments, if any, and verify that they are correct before processing. You may also choose to display web payments from customers with a specific customer rating in the drop down box on the right. Sync with the server at any time to check for payments with the button in the top left.

 

 

Scheduling Automatic Processing of Webpay Payments

You can also schedule the retrieval and processing of web payments, using the command line "ap_webpay" with the RTO Pro executable (RTO-win.exe"). When run RTO Pro with the command line "ap_webpay", for instance "c:\rtowin\rto-win.exe ap_webpay", the following actions will take place.

1. The RTO Pro webpay server will be checked for new payments.

2. Any un-processed payments will be processed (payments entered into the system).

3. RTO Pro will be closed. You can use Windows Task Scheduler to schedule this to happen automatically any time and as often as you wish.

4. Any messages that would have displayed are logged to a log file stored on your server computer in "(Datapath)\Logs\AutomatedTaskLog.txt"

You can use Windows Task Scheduler to schedule this to happen automatically any time and as often as you wish.

 

 

 

Process WebPay

 

 

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