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Re: 1.5 testing

Hi Erik

(fixing a ton of issues with various modules) and the

The issues you mention, are those issues with modules we provided? Or with modules we depend on?

The dependencies. This is as expected, just wanted to mention it; installing a large bunch of advanced modules are not guaranteed to be painless.

In all honesty, I have no idea. I never tried. But it seems like something we should support all around, that is when creating the database *and* when consulting it. Supporting it when consulting seems rather silly if we can't create it. So, I created an issue for it in the project tracker: https://github.com/ledgersmb/LedgerSMB/issues/1509

It seems a good idea to me to be able to stuff the nitty-gritty away into its own namespace.

 Actually, you probably saw the "Import" radio button in the screen where you were creating the user? Selecting that allows you to use an existing database user as a LedgerSMB application user.

Eh, OK. Should have guessed that, I recon :-/

Actually, my list wasn't complete: this was fixed on April 11 and is part of beta5. Upgrading should help you out. The problem is that the initialization is in the global section of the code, however, with the code being pre-loaded (i.e. loaded outside of the context of one specific request), there *is* no locale since there's no user. So, the variable initialization has moved.

Oh, this is great! When I get the next available timeslot for testing (not much left after $work, @family and $business) I'll give it a whirl.

Actually, I already started to wonder how to import products. I guess the API is "find the product tables and write to the database", and that the products and prices are placed in the part* tables, right?

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