It is an extremely simple and easy to use area.
In the orders listing there all details you may need you to easy identify a specific order placed on the website such as: Date, First & Last name, company and the most important MYOB CardID -
The MYOB CardID is on the very right column. If it is 0 (ZERO) the you will not be able to import into MYOB that specific order.
To fix this problem please click here, you will be taken to Website customers and attach to that customer a MYOB Card ID.
See image on right - "On this page section"
There is another relevant filed: MYOB Inv#. Anytime an order is imported into MYOB (or created in MYOB interface) its record receive an identifier named "Invoice number
In this particular case this field is automatically filled in with "Website order#CURRENT_ORDER_NO".
You will always know what orders are already imported and if you work in MYOB interface you will know what orders were imported from website and what is the Website Order No for every single of them.
It is not possible to have multiple fields with the same Inv.No. because Website order number is an unique identifier.
Into orders list are shown all orders imported or not imported into MYOB
Any already imported order has the MYOB Inv# filed filled in. It cannot be imported again. It stops you to have an website order imported multiple times.
It is possible to import only one order at a time. We choose to do in this way based on the fact that access to MYOB datafile is extremely slow - connection via MYOB ODBC
To import an order:
We automatically catch all errors that may appear and we could not predict and store them in a file on your computer (error log).
When you will have the application installed you will know its location.
We do not create any kind of "silent" connection/activity between your computer/network and our system via internet and to be able to improve this application please sent us that file when you consider necessary for example when you get "uncaught errors" while running this application.