Register a printed coupon that has been issued to a customer, or update information on an existing coupon.
Issued coupon must have a unique identifier. Since coupons may carry monetary value, Erply keeps track of issued coupons and allows to validate (verify) a coupon when customer comes to redeem it.
The recommended workflow is as follows:
saveIssuedCouponalso allows you to update the attributes of an existing coupon. DO NOT use it for marking a coupon as redeemed — there is a separate call, redeemIssuedCoupon, that you should use for that. Only use
saveIssuedCouponif you want to update coupon's expiry date or edit how it was purchased or who redeemed it (customer name, store, employee, etc.)
|Parameter name||Description||Possible value||Required|
|issuedCouponID||Issued coupon ID.
Set this parameter to update an existing issued coupon.
|couponID||ID of the coupon code (see getCoupons). Coupon code is like the "blueprint" or "type" of a printed coupon. The "blueprint" specifies in what circumstances the coupons will be printed from POS, and what promotion will apply when customer returns with the coupon — ie., what discount or extra value it effectively carries.
Not required when updating an existing coupon.
|uniqueIdentifier||A unique identifier for this printed coupon. You may leave this parameter unset and have API generate an identifier automatically. However, if you need, you may assign it yourself. For reference, here is a specification how Erply's Offline POS generates coupon IDs:
An identifier consists of digits only, and is structured as follows:
Note that if this parameter is not unique, error code 1012 is returned.
When creating a new coupon, either
When updating an existing coupon, this field is not required. But it is possible to update an existing coupon and change its
|invoiceID||Invoice the coupon was issued with.
If you want to save an invoice and an associated coupon together in one bulk request, set this field to a special value: "CURRENT_INVOICE_ID". Normally, creating two records where one references the other cannot be done within one bulk request; you would have to retrieve one record's ID before you can create the other. This is a special workaround for savePayment, saveGiftCard, saveIssuedCoupon, redeemIssuedCoupon, and subtractCustomerRewardPoints.
Note that if saving the invoice results in an error, the payments, coupons etc. will be created and coupons redeemed nevertheless, but without a reference to any invoice. For better error checking you may still want to do saveSalesDocument as a separate request.
|customerID||Customer the coupon was issued to.
|warehouseID||Store or location where the coupon was issued.
|pointOfSaleID||Register where the coupon was issued.
|employeeID||Salesperson who issued the coupon.
|expiryDate||Expiry date||ISO date (yyyy-mm-dd)|
|isPrintedAutomatically||Denotes whether the coupon was printed automatically (as per coupon terms and conditions) or did the salesperson choose it manually. Values other than 0 are interpreted as "true".||Integer (1 or 0)|
|doNotSubtractRewardPoints||If set to 1, API will not subtract reward points from customer's point balance.||Integer (1 or 0)|
|redeemedInvoiceID||Invoice the coupon was redeemed with.
DO NOT use the
When creating a new coupon, these fields do not (currently) have any effect.
|redeemedTimestamp||Integer (Unix timestamp)|
|issuedCouponID||Integer||Returns ID of the created or updated item.|
|couponID||Integer||ID of the coupon code.|
|uniqueIdentifier||String (20)||Returns unique identifier of the coupon.|
|printingCostInRewardPoints||Integer||Printing cost in reward points. This is an informative field; you do not need to do anything with that value. These points are automatically subtracted from customer's point balance by the API. If the customer does not have enough points, error 1042 is returned.|