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The safest bet is to always assume the remote connection is down. You will need a local database. You write to the local database, then use a job to sync it to the main database. The job should stop if and error silently if it can not connect to the remote host. The remote host should send a handshake back that the entry was accepted so it can be deleted locally. This is how every POS I have seen run works.


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