End of Day Operation

Traditional ERP solutions fail their users by allowing transactions to be posted on past or future date. Allowing a transaction to be posted on a past date offers various inconsistencies, which are described in the chapter:

Past Dated Transactions

Since past dating is dangerous and introduces side-effects, MixERP completely disallows this functionality. It is absolutely safe to assume that you cannot edit, delete, or add transactions on a past date. However, future dating is allowed which merely stores transactions on the verification-queue having no real effect on final accounts.


EOD operation performs several routine tasks, including but not limited to, the following :

MixERP being a multi-establishment ERP solution treats each branch office as a separate entity. This means that branch offices can have different current dates and work independently.

How to Perform EOD Operation

EOD Operation

The EOD operation generally involves two steps. The first step is to initialize EOD operation and the next one is to actually perform EOD operation.

Initializing EOD Operation

To initialize EOD operation is to inform the currently logged on application users to save their existing work. When the EOD operation is initialized, a warning is generated and users are automatically signed off after a certain duration.

Initializing EOD Operation

EOD operation is admin-only task and requires elevated privilege. Once you start EOD, you should not:

Once the EOD initialization is complete, everyone including you will be signed off, as shown in the video above.

Performing EOD Operation

Sign in again to MixERP. If your user account does not have elevated privilege, you will not be able to sign in. Ask your administrator to provide you an elevated access.

Performing EOD Operation

This phase is restricted transaction mode, meaning:

To perform EOD operation, point your mouse to the button Perform EOD Operation, and then click the OK button. During the entire EOD operation, you must stay on this page.

Let's have a look on how EOD is performed.

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