TimeForge is capable of integrating with several Point of Sale systems, including Dinerware. Dinerware is a wonderful Point of Sale system, with dealers all over the world.
This integration will ensure you get the most out of Dinerware and scheduling, and the process involves installing the TimeForge Dinerware Bridge software on the main computer system.
The software will read and write to your Dinerware system as necessary, and can enforce your TimeForge schedules – preventing employees from riding the clock. Additionally, you can use the TimeForge Biometric TimeClock or Fingerprint scanner with Dinerware to allow biometric clock-in’s and clock-out’s.
Install the TimeForge Dinerware Bridge software.
Begin installing the TimeForge Dinerware Bridge software.
Choose a destination to install the software.
Choose a folder that will be the destination to install the TimeForge Dinerware Bridge. The default is usually correct.
Pick a Start Menu Folder
Choose the Start Menu Folder to install the software. The default is usually correct, but you can also create a new folder or select another folder.
Enter your Web Service Username and Password.
1. If you already have a TimeForge account, enter your Web Service Username and Password to connect with TimeForge.
A web service username and password is not the same as your TimeForge username (usually your email address), but is a secured username and password that allows the Dinerware TimeForge Bridge to communicate with TimeForge.
2. Click this link if you do not yet have a TimeForge account. We will create a Web Service Username and Password for you automatically.
Create a TimeForge account.
If you need to create a TimeForge account, please fill out all of the fields, including your company name, first and last name, email address, password, and a password recovery answer.
Select the check box if you agree to the Terms of Service, then click “Get Started”. We will then automatically create your Web Service Username and Password for you.
Configure the Dinerware connection settings.
Set up the Dinerware database connection settings. Most likely, the default settings will work with your Dinerware installation.
If you don’t know your SQL name and database, this information can be found on the Dinerware brain.
Click “Ok” to continue.
Save the SQLitening settings.
The “Host” and “Port” information will automatically be correct. There is no need to alter any settings.
Simply click “Save” and continue.