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Re: SL to Ledger-SMB - Is it a good idea and why?
- Subject: Re: SL to Ledger-SMB - Is it a good idea and why?
- From: John Locke <..hidden..>
- Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 16:53:43 -0800
David Tangye wrote:
> On Sat, 2007-03-03 at 16:19 -0800, John Locke wrote:
>> We switched our company at the end of January, when we ran into cash
>> income statements not adding up correctly in SQL-Ledger.
> :-). You probably got told on the other forum that you were very stupid
> for losing your cash, and it was your fault. :-)
I got thundering silence, actually... Chris helped me come up with some
good queries to get the numbers I needed that day...
>> I'm convinced, for the reasons others have already given, that
>> Ledger-SMB is the best path forward.
> I have also decide that some time ago. To me it has been a question of
> when, plus the conservative side of me has been waiting in case this
> project blew apart. That possibility seems to be very remote now though,
> as there are enough helpers and general momentum now to make it a better
> proposition (ie it now a less risky prospect than SL) looking forward.
Yes, I'm a little concerned that the core team and community seems
awfully small. But I see every indication of top-caliber people here, so
that's sure to change.
> What was your source SL database version (easily found from the file
> name of the backup you would have taken at the time.)?
You know, I moved it over with pg_dumpall, and edited the dump file a
bit because it had to share with other Postgres users/dbs. I haven't
used the built-in SL backup feature for ages--figured I had the files
and raw database.
SQL-Ledger itself looks like I updated to 2.6.23 before switching over.
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