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Breaking up a single page with both cash sales and cash refunds between2 flows

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  • David Gollom Channel Partner
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    This is interesting but I'm not understanding what the problem is. Is the flow above only for the Exchanges? 

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  • PaulS
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    No, the flow processes all sales and returns (refunds).  Exchanges were the 2nd phase of transactions being added.  Because of the way the customer wants to account for the transactions - via cash sales and cash refunds - I have to separate an exchange transaction into both a sale and refund to balance correctly.  The transformation successfully breaks out sales, returns(refunds) and now does both with an exchange.  Before exchanges, the transaction was either a "sale" or a "refund" which made the filtering straight forward.  Now, I have to "split" the exchange between one or more sales and one or more refunds, which the javascript does fine, but I have a "combined" transaction that really needs to flow to both the sale and refund and I'm not quite sure how to accomplish this with what I have in place.

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  • David Gollom Channel Partner
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    you don't have to split anything. You can run the transformed exchange into your Cash Sale import and then let it run into your Cash Refund import.  The same source transaction can be processed more than once. You'll have to update your filtering with an "or" condition possibly so that the "exchange" can process into both. 

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