Can I use IBANs with LedgerSMB?

Yes. IBANs are very long, bank account numbers. LedgerSMB has no problems storing, retrieving and using these without any issue.

Is LedgerSMB SEPA proof?

Yes. SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) requires support for very long bank account numbers (IBANs or International Bank Account Numbers). LedgerSMB can store and use these numbers without problems.

1.4.16 Released

The LedgerSMB development team is happy to announce yet another new version of its open source ERP and accounting application. This release contains the following fixes and improvements:

Changelog for 1.4.16

1.4.15 Released

The LedgerSMB development team is happy to announce yet another new
version of its open source ERP and accounting application. This release

1.4.14 Released

This marks an incremental, bugfix release for the 1.4 series, and corrects a number of problems with the employee/user workflow. Anyone using LedgerSMB 1.4 in a multi-user environment should probably upgrade as soon as possible. A number of other fixes were made in relation to Starman usage and a few in areas relating to application setup. released

This release updates the version number to since 1.4.13 identified itself wrongly as 1.4.12.

1.4.11 released

This release corrects some issues with the usability of the Malay translation, and many more.  Of particular note, we fixed a number of issues with password special character handling and added the ability to delete account headings.  Some of these bugs we fixed make some work flows more error prone and we would recommend that 1.4 users upgrade as soon as convenient.

Installing LedgerSMB on Debian Wheezy 7.x.

** Work in progress...
Goal: In this tutorial we will install LedgerSMB on Debian Wheezy 7.x.

System requirements
• Debian Wheezy 7.8 at 64 bits
• Apache v2.x
• PostgreSQL 9.0+
• Perl 5.10+ released

LedgerSMB was released today.   An earlier release of 1.4.10 was found to be missing the version number update (and showing itself as 1.4.9).  This constitutes the official release of 1.4.10.
This includes a significant number of bug fixes, but also adds a complete Malay translation for the software.   In general, we're getting to the point here where it is worth upgrading for the bug fixes or the translation.

1.4.9 released

As was to be expected there was an issue with 1.4.8: given the issues 1.4.8 corrected - and the changes required to do so - it was important that they were fixed and by consequence to accept the -likely- chance of regressions. Unfortunately this regression poses significant issues which explains the emergency release.


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