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How do I receipt using my DPS Gateway in RMS9?


Credit Card receipts can be processed in two ways when linked to a payment gateway;

  1. Using a Token
  2. Receipting without a Token

In both cases the receipt will only go through the Payment Gateway if the receipt type of Credit Card is chosen. (The EFTPOS receipt type will not process through your payment gateway).

Using a Token

NOTE: This option will only be valid if you have first created a Token on the Guest Details, for steps on how to achieve this go to How Do I Create a Token.

Receipting without a Token


Payment Express (DPS)
How do I refund using my DPS Gateway in RMS9?
Only the last credit card receipt processed through your payment gateway can be refunded back to the original card.  Any credit card receipts processed prior to the last must be reversed instead (a reversal in RMS is equilevant to a refund in DPS) If a credit card receipt has not been processed through the payment gateway (i.e. it was processed before the gateway was turned on), then it cannot be refunded through RMS as a receipt type of credit card, in this instance an EFTPos receipt type should be used.
What is a Token? How do I create a Token in RMS9?
Tokenization is the process of replacing some piece of sensitive data with a value that is not considered sensitive. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, an industry-wide standard that must be met by any organization that stores, processes, or transmits cardholder data, mandates that credit card data must be protected when stored. Tokenization, as applied to payment card data, is often implemented to meet this mandate, replacing credit card numbers in some systems with a random value.   NOTE: Only one (1) token can be held against a guest at any one time.  The token created is specific to the property id, this is important to note for multi property databases.


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