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Re: importing daily data to LedgerSMB

John Locke posted some instructions for using the Perl LedgerSMB API for 1.2 back on Sept 9, 2009. I took those instructions and wrote a little app to import my invoices. Worked quite well in testing but I've not used it in production yet.

Darren Wiebe

On 08/03/2010 6:50 AM, Alvin Starr wrote:
I don't  mean to horsehole(pound a dead horse down a rathole) this issue.
It would be really nice if LSMB had a simple import/export of flat text
files for the various types of data it uses.
Other features like Post a transaction or payment via flat file interface.
How about add/remove parts services or change pricing via a text file

On 03/07/2010 05:00 PM, Chris Travers wrote:
On Sun, Mar 7, 2010 at 1:55 PM, WK<..hidden..>   wrote:


My next task on domesticating LedgerSMB is realize how is best to
import some daily data to Ledger?

There are a couple ways to go.  It's not quite clear to me what is the
best way for your organization based on your description.

Background: i have my own stock and sales solution, which is specially
designed for our needs. We need to import all sale and purchase
invoices to LedgerSMB for accountant.  We have no plan to use the
stock-area in LedgerSMB, for invoices i plan make parts like "part
with vat 9%" and "part with vat 20%", not keeping all the items in
LSMB database too.

I assume your sales and stock solution handles inventory valuation,
sales, VAT, COGS, etc, right?

Do you plan to use LSMB for any internal business usage that involves
customers and vendors?

Best Wishes,
Chris Travers

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