Batch Processing & Posting
Posting Events in CP SQL
A batch is a group of transactions that
is processed in a single posting event.
Each batch is identified by a unique
combination of a Batch ID and a batch
type. A posting event occurs when the
batch is processed. Posting creates
the necessary accounting distributions
for the transactions, updates inventory
quantities and establishes ticket
There are 14 posting events in CP
SQL. These events are described in
detail on the following pages.
Customer Adjustments Cash Receipts
Loyalty Point Adjustments
Customer Adjustment – corrections/changes made to a customer’s Accounts
Cash Receipts - addition of payment to customer record
Finance Charges – additional charge applied to customer record for late or finance
Loyalty Point Adjustment – increase/decrease in customer loyalty points based
upon ticket transaction or manual entry.
Inventory Adjustment – inventory correction increase or decrease in cost/quantity
Quick Assembly – inventory correction of kit assembly for quantity on hand
Quick Transfer – inventory adjustment for transfer of items from one location to
another , without a transfer in required.
Transfer In – inventory adjustment for transfer of items, transfer out is required
Transfer Out – inventory adjustment for transfer of items, transfer in is required
Purchase Adjustment –correction to purchase order
Purchase Request – completion of purchase request
Quick Receiving – completion of items received without a Purchase Order
Receiving – completion of inventory received from vendors
RTV – completion of Return to Vendor for goods