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Re: Questions about how LedgerSMB works

Hi Ario,

On Sun, Dec 16, 2012 at 9:16 PM, ario <..hidden..> wrote:
On Sat, 2012-12-15 at 17:45 +0100, Erik Huelsmann wrote:
> Hi Ario,
> The book documents the difference between invoices and transactions in
> section 34.2:


sorry that I didn't get that far. I encountered a lot of empty pages and
didn't expect that particular section to be populated with text :)

Yea. I understand. I've been filling the workflow sections as I go through the scenario. (Almost) all sections referenced in the use case have been written, but many need to be written indeed. In case you didn't notice: some of the appendices have been written as well :-)

Yes, it totally does. Thanks.

But on the other hand, and only as a side note, I'd like to point at the
following. In section 30.1 and on, you write:


This being the case, it would be more logical to have the
'vendor/customer class' button removed from the 'Add Company' menu item
and to make a general 'Company|Add/Search/History' set of menu items
(independent of it being a 'creditor/vendor or debtor/customer), where
in any of the sub-menus ('Add/Search results/History results' windows as
well as after completion of Adding the company), one would encounter an
'Add account' button. This button would finally let you choose whether
the *account* (not the company, as apparently it can be both) is of the
debtor (customer) or creditor (vendor) class.

In other words, make the creation of the 'company' a general one, only
decide at the account creation (or alter) level the creditor/debtor
class type.

Completely agreed. Filed as enhancement request.