Starting at the top left, you see that you have three horizontal lines a.k.a. hamburger. When tapped, it displays the menu.
Each of the menu options will take you to another Retail Inventory App screen.
When the app is first installed, it has some sample files for item master and it also has some limitations in regards to the number of items that can be exported to a file.
button saves any changes you make on this screen.
Below the save settings button there is a place for messages depending on what changes you are making or results from download item master or download sample inventory.
Each inventory entry has a sequence number so that you keep track when reviewing the inventory.
On this screen you see last sequence used, the current area, and current section.
The Counter field identifies each auditor performing inventory. It is a key field, so do not change it in the middle of a
count because it may cause duplicate data.
If you have purchased a token to enable full functionality, User Id is where you enter the email you used
to purchase the token.
The Inv IP or Host field allows you to change the IP address or host to a computer where you are hosting the server
to process the files.
button allows you to download the token that you have purchased to enable full functionality.
With this token, the 25 items limit is replaced with 10,000,000 items which is virtually unlimited. To purchase the token you can go to Android Token Purchase.
For the Android app, there are not refunds. Please make sure that you test the app and your accessories before making the purchase.
If you successfully download a token, the button will be hidden.
will download sample files from the host/ip address identified on the Inv IP or Host field. By default, that will be https://www.poncesolutions.com/rinv/invAPI.php
As you use your own server, you will be able to download actual item master from your server.
The data is retrieved in JSON format. To view the data you can click on Sample Item Master
or Sample Inventory
The data is loaded into the app and you can review the Retail Inventory App functionality with sample data.
Max Qty - This value will be used to warn the team member that the quantity seems too large for the item. A sound can
be used for this purpose. PLU Length - Some stores use PLU. If you this value different than 0, numbers typed will be expanded to that length.
You can take a look at the data in the Item Master to see what PLU is length is used. Portrait/Landscape - This switch prevents screen rotation as the inventory is being conducted. The screen
will switch or remain on the option selected. Restart the app when changing orientation Validating Item/No validating item - This switch will allows the app to warn or stop the user when
an invalid item has been entered. When validating items, if the item is not in the item master, the team member will hear a sound
but he/she will be allow to enter a quantity and continue to the next item. Using DeCA/No using DeCA - This is only allowed for specific customer. You may not see in the app. When is shown, you
will be allowed to decode barcodes starting with 2 directly in the App. The app will automatically deduce the quantity. Default 1/Don't default 1 - If you are scanning items and you want automatically enter a quantity of 1, you an turn on this switch.
When the switch is off, you will need to enter quantity manually Using previous item/No using previous item - When this switch is on, you can scan a barcod then enter quantities with ENTER and
the barcode will remain until you scan another barcode.
For Example, the
team member can enter 000000000012 then 10 ENTER 10 ENTER 15 ENTER, etc. In this case there will be three different entries registered:
000000000012 15 Allow decimal/Don't allow decimal - Most retail inventories do not need the decimal/period in the quantity. Now you have the option to turn it on/off