Yes. IBANs are very long, bank account numbers. LedgerSMB has no problems storing, retrieving and using these without any issue.
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.
Assuming you have followed the How Do I Backup My Data instructions, you can restore your database as follows...
1) Restore the roles
$ psql -h [database host] -U [database admin user] < [roles backup file]
$ psql -h localhost -U lsmb_dbadmin < lsmb-roles.sqlc
2) Create a new database to restore into
$ psql -h [database host] -U [database admin user] -c 'CREATE DATABASE [new company name]'
The table below lists the compatibility of LedgerSMB versions with Perl versions. Products for which support has ceased due to End-of-Life date being reached are not listed and should not be used.
The answer to this question depends on what using means to you.
As a user of the web application, yes, there should be absolutely no problem using a recent (as in: no more than 2 or 3 years old) web browser in order to take advantage of all the features available.
Versions 1.6 and higher are under active development and are supported by the community. Planned end-of-life dates for current releases are:
- 1.6: Planned End-of-life date: 2021-06-10 (released: 2018-06-10)
- 1.7: Planned End-of-life date: 2022-10-04 (released: 2019-10-04)
- 1.8: Planned End-of-life date: 2023-09 (to be released 2020-09)
End of life
If you're looking for help on how to use EOL-ed versions, please try mailing the users mailing list.
If you're looking for someone to create bugfixes, please check with one of the parties providing commercial support or for less urgent fixes LedgerSMB Issues
Version 1.5 has been declared end-of-life on 2019-12-23. The last release in the series is 1.5.30. No further releases will be made by the community.
Version 1.4 has been declared end-fo-life on 2017-09-16. The last release in the series is 1.4.42. No further releases will be made by the community.
Version 1.3 has been declared end-of-life on 2015-12-23. The last release in the series is 1.3.47. No further releases will be made by the community.
LedgerSMB versions 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2 won't be maintained any further due to the fact that there are some known security issues which can't be fixed.
In general: neither. The advice is to have the full source tree in /opt/ledgersmb/<version>.
Is there a place where we could buy some consulting for LedgerSMB?
or a minimal setup according to our specs?
Take a look at Commercial Support
Yes, its open source. The tools we use (Perl, PostsgreSQL, Apache ++) are also open source.
Open source means that the source code of the software is available for free to everyone and you can modify the code and distribute it yourself. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_source
Look for a place to contribute. This means not only programming, but also documentation, theme design, art work, or architectural design.