Processes in the catering industry fall under the concept of a so-called "prolonged ordering processes" or "long-lasting orderung process".
Type of process "ordering":
Long-lasting ordering processes (e.g. in gastronomy) are realised as independent processes. Therefore, these are to be mapped via the type of transaction "order". The following data must be mapped in the transaction data:
- quantity (field "MENGE" in DSFinV-K)
- name of product or service (field "ARTIKELTEXT" in DSFinV-K)
- price per unit (field "BRUTTO" in DSFinV-K)
The transaction type "order" is also to be used if orders up to the invoice / payment are mapped in one transaction within the recording system. The principle that every transaction in the recording system must correspond to a transaction in the certified technical security device finds an exception in this case. The creation of the invoice or the payment transaction is to be secured via the transaction type "cash voucher". More detailed explanations on the technical mapping of the data are defined in the DSFinV-K.
So-called "prolonged order processes" require communication with the TSE several times during their course. If these processes are handled by different tills in a network, each of which uses its own TSE, each individual step can be secured with the respective TSE.
Below you will find the illustrations according to DSFinV-K of the TSE basic principle in different variants.
You can find more details in the DSFinV-K.
You can find many more answers to frequently asked questions about the application of the KassenSichV in the gastronomy sector in the FAQs Gastronomy.
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