How do I "undo" or reverse a payment to a vendor?

I have made a payment to a vendor, but entered an incorrect date, far in
the future. Consequently the payment does not show when I try to reconcile
the relevant bank statement.

How do I back-out the incorrectly entered payment?

Cash/Vouchers/Reverse Payment.

Then when you are done adding the payments you want to reverse,
approve the batch.

LedgerSMB has been accepted into Debian!

Robert James Clay just wrote the -users list to make the following announcement:

The 1.3.15-2 package for LedgerSMB has been accepted into Debian
unstable. I expect that version of the package to migrate to Debian
testing (wheezy) by the end of this month.

LedgerSMB Debian source package page:

https://packages.qa.debian.org/l/ledgersmb.html

LedgerSMB 1.3.17 released

This release corrects the internal server error on tax lookup issue, and it also corrects an issue that was found in file uploads. Additionally for those running the latest Math::BigInt and Math::BigFloat packages, one is_zero issue was found and fixed. A number of more minor bugfixes are included as well.

LedgerSMB 1.3.16 has been released.

This release corrects a number of issues regarding international support, including an issue with UTF-8
characters not showing up properly in HTML invoices, some corrections in the aging report so that invoices are clustered by currency (with subtotals per currency), new user screen not respecting default country, and some enhancements for local tax rules support.

Please see the changelog below for more details.

Best Wishes,
Chris Travers

Changelog for 1.3.16

LedgerSMB 1.3.15 has been released.

This release corrects a few bugs in installation and setup as well as early payment discounts. It also provides a means to print pricelists for a customer as PDF, or exporting as CSV so that they may be imported into a spreadsheet of your choice.
Please see the complete changelog below.

Best Wishes,
Chris Travers

Ubuntu Installation Tutorial: LedgerSMB-1.3-SERIES

(Open source accounting/ERP application on Ubuntu Oneric Ocelot Ubuntu 11.10)

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Update: mai 2012

Note that Template::Latex is included in Template::Plugin::Latex which is now in Debian as
libtemplate-plugin-latex-perl.  (It has migrated to Debian Testing ('wheezy') and Ubuntu)

Also for some of the files, need to update the links

OSX: Install LedgerSMB 1.3 on Apple OSX

Update 2012:
Installing LedgerSMB 1.3.21 on Mac OS X 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) 2012-08-06
http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.finance.ledger.smb.user/6347
LedgerSMB 1.3.14
http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.finance.ledger.smb.user/5934

Please help us to make this a better guide. Post your comments on the mailinglist.

Migration from App X

App X could be Microsoft Money, QuickBooks, Sage, KMyMoney, Gnucash, Grisbi and others
Source: mail list: ledger.smb.user (Chris Travers and others)

With unknown programs you need to to find out:
1) How much data can you get out?
2) What database system does it use on the back-end?
3) If you cant export data, are there other means (i.e. custom ODBC
drivers, cvs export) that can access the info?

If you can get that information, you are about 50% of the way there.

1.3.14 released

The LedgerSMB core team is proud to announce LedgerSMB 1.3.14. This
release corrects the final outstanding missing feature from 1.3.x,
namely the ability to edit pricelists per customer or vendor. At
this point there are no known features from 1.2.x that are missing in
1.3.x.

This release corrects a number of bugs including reconciliation
mappings not being set by default, the point of sale always using TCP
to communicate with the host for pole display purposes, unknown
databases incorrectly detected as SQL-Ledger, and more.

How do I migrate from SQL-Ledger?

A lot of people are wondering how to manage their migration to LedgerSMB from SQL-Ledger. While there is no one simple answer that will suit everyone's situation, there is some general advice.

First thing to know is - you are among friends. LedgerSMB is built on a community of people who want to see the software and it's users succeed. Information is freely shared, and as long as you are prepared to have a go at helping yourself, we are happy to jump right in and help you do that!

We now have a mailing list, whether you are actively working on migrating to LedgerSMB or even if you are staying with SQL-Ledger for now and want some friendly community support, join up the User List to get SQL-Ledger to LedgerSMB migration help

The best course of action depends on your situation:

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