On Tue, Oct 1, 2019 at 9:07 PM Levi Darrell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I have installed ledgersmb locally on my laptop using the debian
10 apt package manager (version 1.6.9). I am running postgresql
11.5, also installed via the apt package manager. Perl v5.28.1. I
have not attempted to set up starman and am accessing ledgersmb
through localhost port 5762. I have successfully created a db and
user and verified that that the user has all role permissions
active. I have been able to modify existing accounts, but I cannot
create any transactions or records, be it an AR or AP transaction,
a General Journal entry, a Part or a Service, etc. An alert
appears which simply says "An error occurred."
I'd expect the "An error occurred" in the browser to be associated by an error in the logs. I'm not too intimately familiar with the logs generated by the ledgersmb package on Debian, but judging by the package definition files, I'd expect /var/log/ledgersmb-1.6 to be the log directory. In the files there, you should be able to find details of the error. If you can find those, please post them here so we can help you further.
Previous to installing ledgersmb from the apt package manager, I
attempted to install it via the tarball following the instructions
on the website, but was unable to configure the Apache2 Proxy
correctly, and so opted to install it via the package manager
instead. During that initial process, I made the recommended
changes to the pg_hba.conf file. Could this be the cause of my
It should not be the cause, because you're already able to connect to the company's database and modify existing accounts. I'm expecting some permissions problems in the database itself though. I hope you'll be able to find some indications in the logs that you can share with us.