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 Command Prompt Utility  
 

 

              We have come up with a very good utility to take care of regular functions very easily where you can write the commands in the eZeeFD Command Prompt. The outcome of these commands is equivalent to few mouse clicks.

                To enter the commands, from the File menu, select the Command Prompt. The eZeeFD Command Prompt is opened.
You can opt to either explicitly enter the command in command prompt or use Command Builder to execute the command as shown below.

 

 

Note: In syntax

  1. All the parameters must be entered compulsorily except those represented in brackets are optional.
  2. Please hit ENTER key after writing the complete command
  3. To get list of all commands, please place mouse pointer on Command> and press Right Click.

The following are the commands available at command prompt  

Open a Room
Amount Paid
Room Change
Print Folio
Preview Folio
Print Receipt
Preview Receipt
Express Check In
Express Check Out
Check In
Undo
Vacant Room
Clean Room
Balance Check
Block Room
Unblock Room
Check Out

Room Property
Create New Day
Delete Day
Delete Transaction
Wakeup Call
Call Limit
House Keeping Report

Open a Room

This command in used to open an existing room for operation.
Syntax: Room Number

Example: 102
Room number 102 will get opened.

 

Note: The Room Number must exist.

 

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Amount Paid

This command is used to collect the cash payment from the guest.

Syntax: AP, Room No, Amount

Example: AP, 102, 100
$100 will be added as cash payment by the 102 room number�s guest.
 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. There must be guest in the specified room. That is the room must be in the check in state.

  3. The Amount must be numeric.

   

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The message �Payment record successfully added� is displayed after successful operation.

Room Change

This command is used to change the room of the guest.
Syntax: RC, Checked in Room No, Vacant Room No

Example: RC, 102, 104
The guest is shifted from 102 to 104.
 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. The guest room must be in check in state.

  3. The room to which the guest is shifted must be in the vacant state.

   

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The message �Guest Room changed successfully� is displayed after successful operation.

Print Folio

This command is used to print the guest folio.

Syntax: PF, Room No

Example: PF, 102
The folio of Room No. 102 is printed.
 

 

Note: The Room Number must exist.

 

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Preview Folio

This command is used to preview the guest folio.
Syntax: VF, Room No

Example: VF, 102
The folio of Room No. 102 is displayed.
 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. Room must be in check in or check out state.

   

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Print Receipt

This command is used to print the guest receipt.
Syntax: PR, Room No

Example: PR, 102
The receipt of Room No. 102 is printed.
 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. Room must be in check in or check out state.

   

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Preview Receipt

This command is used to preview the guest receipt.

Syntax: VR, Room No

Example: VR, 102
The receipt of Room No. 102 is displayed.
 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. Room must be in check in or check out state.

   

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Express Check In

This command is used to express check in the new guest.

Syntax: XI, Room Number, [Last Name], [First Name]

Example: XI, 104, Andrews, Peter
Peter Andrews is express checked in the room number 104.
 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. The room must be in the vacant state.

   

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The message �Guest checked in successfully� will be displayed after successful operation.

Express Check Out

This command is used to express check out the Inhouse guest whose amount balance is zero (Payment balance is zero).

Syntax: XO, Room Number

Example: XO, 104
Guest in room number 104 is express checked out.
 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. The guest room must be in check in state.

  3. The amount balance must be zero.

   

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The message �Guest checked out successfully� will be displayed after successful operation.

Check In

This command is used to check in a guest with optional information such as Last Name, First Name, No. of days and Amount. If you specify number of days, by default Daily rate type will be applied for the specified number of days. Similarly, amount will be added under the cash payment type.

Syntax: CI, Room Number, [Last Name], [First Name], [No. of days], [Amount]

Example: CI, 102, Martin, Lee, 3, 200
Lee Martin will be checked in the room number 102 for 3 days with initial amount payment of $200.
If you want to skip some optional information, you can leave it followed by comma (,). Say, if you do not want to enter the guest�s last and first name, you can write it as
CI, 102,,,3, 200
 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. Room must be in the vacant state.

  3. No. of days if specified must be numeric.

  4. Amount if specified must be numeric.

   

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The message �Guest checked in successfully� is displayed after successful operation.

Undo

This command is used to undo the transaction. You can undo only the check in and check out transactions. That is you can return back the room state from the check in state to vacant state. Similarly, return back the room state to check in state from the check out state. You can undo the transaction until you create new day. Once the new day is created you can no more reverse the transaction.

Syntax: UD, Room No, Reason.

Example: UD, 103, Mistake
Let�s suppose that initially the room 103 is in check in state. Execution of the command will return it back to the vacant state.
 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. The room must be either in the check in or check out state.

   

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Vacant Room

This command is used to change the room status to vacant from the checked out state or cleaned state.

Syntax: VC, Room No,[Room No2],[Room No3],��..

Example: VC, 103
Let�s suppose that initially the room 103 is in the checked out state. Execution of the command will change the room�s status to vacant.
 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. The room must be either in the checked out or cleaned state.

   

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Clean Room

This command is used to change the room status to clean from the checked out state to clean state.

Syntax: CL, Room No, [Room No2], [Room No3],��..

Example: CL, 103
Let�s suppose that initially the room 103 is in the checked out state. Execution of the command will change the room�s status to clean.
 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. The room must be in the checked out state.

   

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Balance Check

This command is used to display the in house guest�s balance amount along with other details such as Guest Name, Check In Date, Check Out Date and Room Rent.

Syntax: BL, Room No

Example: BL, 103
Let�s suppose that there is guest in room number 103. Execution of the command displays the balance amount of the guest.
 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. The room must be in the check in state.

   

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Block Room

This command is used to block the room from any normal hotel operation.

Syntax: BR, Room No, [Room No]��.[Reason]

Example: BR, 102, 103, White washing
The rooms 102 and 103 are blocked from normal hotel operations for the reason they are being white washed.

 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. The room must be in the vacant state.

   

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Unblock Room

This command is used to unblock the blocked rooms so that the normal hotel operations are carried on it.

Syntax: UBR, Room No, [Room No]��

Example: UBR, 102, 103
The rooms 102 and 103 are unblocked.
 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. The room must be in the blocked state.

   

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Check Out

This command is used to open the checkout form to check out the in house guest.

Syntax: CO, Room No

Example: CO, 103
The check out form of room number 103 is opened.

 

Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. The room must be in the checked in state.

   

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Room Property

This command is used to display the properties of the specified room such as Room Details, Room Rate Details, and Room Amenity Details etc.

Syntax: RP, Room No

Example: RP, 102
The properties of room number 102 are displayed.

 

  Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

   

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Create New Day

This command is used to create new day. You can also specify the number of days you want to create.

Syntax: ND, Days

Example: ND,1
One new day is created.
 

  Note:
  1. Number of new days to be created must be specified.

   

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Delete Day

This command is used to delete current day (lastly created day) in the eZee FrontDesk. As soon as you delete day, all the transactions carried out on that day is also deleted.

Syntax: DD

Example: DD
 

Delete Transaction

This command is used to delete all the transactions of the current day.

Syntax: DTR

Example: DTR

Wake up Call

Syntax: WC, Room No, Call Time

Example: WC, 104, 4.30

The Lodgetel Call Accounting System will give a ring to room number 104 at 4.30 AM.

 

Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

  2. Specify call time in 24 Hours clock format

   

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Call Limit

This command works only when you are using Lodgetel Call Accounting software. This command is used to set the amount, to the extent guest is supposed to make the call. In one way, it is similar to that of setting the deposit for making calls.

Syntax: CLT, Room No, Call Limit/Deposit

Example: CLT, 104, 50.00

The Lodgetel Call Accounting Software will make sure that the 104�s guest is allowed to make call for $50.

 

Note:
  1. The Room Number must exist.

   

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House Keeping Report

This command is used to generate the house keeping report. This command opens House Keeping Report form where you can select the house keeping Group and some other options to generate report for the selected group.

Syntax: HKR

Example: HKR