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Re: Chart of Accounts - can't save changes - Ed Porter

HI Erik,

I am using LedgerSMB 1.3.30 / Apache2 /Postgresql 9.1 over Mint 13. I 
can't save the changes to the Chart of Accounts (can Save as New if 
input is changed)

Note: I had encountered an interesting error "Can't authenticate - site 
is LedgerSMB etc" after I first got the software up and running. I use a 
Firefox browser and generally turn the cookies off when working ...... 
the LedgerSMB software needs the cookies on! I "wasted" a half day 
searching logs (and trying to find solutions) before I realized what was 
happening. Please include a comment on the web site regarding cookies!



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> Scott,
>   On Sat, Mar 30, 2013 at 11:12 AM, Scott Martin<..hidden..>  wrote:
>>   I cannot honestly say, but under the original dataset I am able to add
>> accounts to the chart of accounts, add products, groups and have created an
>> inventory account, a cogs account and asales revenue account.
>       With the new version of LedgerSMB?  The old version?
>> The older version I believe created those accounts for me based on a
>> business model that you selected.
>> I really don't know if I can create a test company database.? How can I
>> tell?
>      They are 'test' databases in the sense that they are not intended
> for actual production use;  there's no other difference.
> And being able to create and log in to one is a good indication that
> LedgerSMB is working properly.
>> and my main objective is to reuse existing data and not have to
>> recreate it all from scratch.
>      When given the name of an existing database, LSMB checks what
> version it was set up against.  This is so it can offer to do any
> necessary db updates in the case of a v1.3.x upgrade, and a db
> migration in the case of an update from a version v1.2 database.
> Jame
>     RJ Clay<..hidden..>
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> I've been trying to contact  Chris regarding an LSMB problem. Could you
> drop me a line privately please?
> thanks



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