How to set variables to non-users and transfer variables to other objects

When refilling soap bottles from 5L refill canisters, the hotel wanted to keep track of what soap batch that goes into each bottle.

In order to solve this, each refill canister was provided with a Digital Passport Page (DPP) in the form of a Blippa object.
At the factory, each canister was connected to a batch number.

After refilling one (or more) soap bottles, the housekeeping staff scans the QR code on the refill canister. This brings up a web page with the canister details (Product, batch, use-before-date, etc.) and a field to enter the name of the staff member doing the refilling.

At submit, a “cookie user” is created and connected to the browser.

Then, when scanning the QR code of one of the soap bottles, the batch and the name are saved into the bottle product history log. (This is done with a simple form that is pre-filling the form fields with the cookie data).

Note: We use the function Blip-Blip to do this in a smooth manner, enabling quick scanning of all bottles.

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