How do I delete a company database ?

I had created a second database. To delete it, do I just drop the database from postgresql?

On a GNU-ish *nix platform use the script:
tools/delete-company-database.sh
it'll remove the roles and the database.

Performance Issues w/Ledgersmb 1.3.x

By Steven Marshall

I found something very interesting. I created a test HTML page containing solely text called testpage.html. I dropped this file in two locations. One in the Apache root directory (/srv/www/htdocs/) and the other in the ledgersmb directory (/user/local/ledgersmb/). I changed ownership of the file to wwwrun:www. I then ran the following tests:

Test 1:
URL: http://192.168.1.10/testpage.html
Results: Page loaded almost instantaneously.

Do I have to type in the full customer's name on the invoice screen? Didn't there used to be a drop-down list?

 

But I'm glad to be able to deny your conclusion above: the system will search on any partial match, both on the customer number or on the customer name. So, there's no need to spell them quite exactly.

Also, if you want the drop downs back, there's a setting in the System -> Defaults screen (third item below the currency settings input box; "Max per dropdown"). If you enter 99999 into that (assuming you don't have that many customers), you'll be presented the selection list you're used to.

FreeBSD Installation

Deploying LedgerSMB with nginx and Plack on FreeBSD by Mikkel Høgh
http://mikkel.hoegh.org/blog/2012/04/05/deploying-ledgersmb-with-nginx-a...

1.3.13 released, includes important fixes

LedgerSMB 1.3.13 has been released. The 1.3 branch brings real
security and significant scalability improvements to LedgerSMB, as
well as adding functions such as separation of duties.

Developing custom LedgerSMB extension experience

By Erik Huelsmann

In summary: adding to or changing LedgerSMB can be extremely easy

For one of my businesses, I needed to create an application to store some data on the services and products we provide. Basically, there would be one central table with some references to a few other tables, mostly to provide (short) selection lists. Also, there's one bigger complexity, because we wanted to link to our customer data.

The customer data is all stored in LSMB, so, developing this database inside LSMB's database seemed like a logical choice.

1.3.11 released

Hi all;

The LedgerSMB core team is pleased to announce the release of LedgerSMB 1.3.11.

The 1.3 branch of LedgerSMB added real security, greatly enhanced payment handling, bank reconciliation, contact management, and more to this project, and began the complete redesign of this application to provide better solutions to accounting questions.

1.3.11-rc1 released

Hi all;

1.3.11 RC1 is out. This beta version includes a significant number of bug fixes and we hope to get the general release out in two days or so if no problems are found.

The complete changelog is below.

For those interested in validating, the key areas are fixes in multicurrency handling for payments and payment reversals, particularly relating to the batch payment system. This also fixes the customer/vendor dropdown boxes where used (they are disabled by default), a few permissions issues, and the like. The complete changelog is below.

OpenBSD Installation: LedgerSMB 1.3.x on OpenBSD -current

Content by Chris Bennett, (source: ledger-smb-devel mail list: http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.finance.ledger.smb.devel/3231 and http://64.85.161.47:8081/docs/Installing_1.3_on_OpenBSD.html)
Edited by Havard Sorli

1.3.9 released

Hi all,

LedgerSMB 1.3.9 has been released. This includes the missing work on
printing 1099 forms, and some other fixes including localization
fixes, and a number of misc fixes. This release has RPM's available
too.

Please download at:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/ledger-smb/files/ledgersmb/1.3.9/

The complete changelog is below.

Best Wishes,
Chris Travers

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