Erik Huelsmann | 24 May 10:07 2016
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[Translator notification] LedgerSMB 1.4.29-rc1 released

Hi,

This is a notification for translators. I've just uploaded LedgerSMB 1.4.29-rc1. The public release of 1.4.29 has been scheduled for Friday May 27 14:00 CEST (coming Friday).

All translations updated between now and the planned release date will be included in the final release.

Not yet a translator, but interested? Check out https://www.transifex.com/ledgersmb/ledgersmb/ and start tranlating LedgerSMB to your language today!


Regards,


Erik.


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Date: Tue, May 24, 2016 at 10:01 AM
Subject: LedgerSMB 1.4.29-rc1 released
To: Development discussion for LedgerSMB <ledger-smb-devel-5NWGOfrQmneRv+LV9MX5uipxlwaOVQ5f@public.gmane.org>


Hi all,

Just a minute ago, I've uploaded 1.4.29-rc1. The changelog is respectable, with one new feature by Yves Lavoie. Thanks Yves!

Please test. Release planned Friday May 27 - after 14:00 CEST.

Changelog for 1.4.29
* Add disambiguating 'Create' button on setup.pl frontpage (Erik H)
* Fix 'Post and Print' button on payment screen (Erik H, #1489)
* Simpler installation: move off Makefile.PL to cpanfile (Erik H)
* Follow-up fix to allow multiple logins per user (Erik H)
* Fix documentation typos, policy (Erik H, #1206, #1498)
* Fix error after mailing order (Erik H, #1408)
* Fix saving over existing sales order drops a line (Erik H, #1431)
* Implement template transaction deletion (Erik H, #1571)
* Credit account with missing currency fails to load from db (Erik H, #1116)
* Fix manual tax shows base amount 0.00 on printed invoice (Erik H, #948)
* Fix 'X' button on invoice doesn't fully remove part (Erik H, #1564)
* Add selection of multiple consecutive periods for B/S and PNL (Yves L)

Erik H is Erik Huelsmann
Yves L is Yves Lavoie




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Marjanw | 22 May 15:35 2016
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Delete transactions add-on?

Hi all,

Is it possible to implement a delete transaction functionality in a separate add-on?

If so, we can make everybody happy and put an end to this discussion.

Regards,

Marjan,
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Peeter Pärtel | 21 May 09:56 2016
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More user cases where editing is nessesary

Hello once again,

I ask some questions from my accountant about cases when she uses editing.

But before we go into that, I really appreciate the hard work Erik and others have done and all I say here is meant as discussion points not critique. Also, we are really stuck with 1.2 version... which has not been developed many years already... one side it's great as everything works the same way all this time. Less time needed from my side to support users. But I question... how long it takes before something happens.

So I read Erik's answer to Marjan: "Some background: while the people speaking up here generally work for single-person businesses (by their own words), LedgerSMB is also being used by businesses (of o1bigtenor seems to be an example) who *do* require these anti-fraud measures, audit trails and cumulative-only posting system."

This is BIG. We use LedgerSMB mostly as one person system. Or two person... one enters data, the other checks afterwards.

Also on BIG piece of information I forgot before - most cases we use LedgerSMB to do accounting after the fact. That means our clients use their own systems or just excel or libreoffice calc and they bring us all their sales invoices and purchase invoices once a month or once a year. My person just enters all of it to LedgerSMB, so we would get balance sheet and income statement. None of this information is sent to clients. They already have their invoices. When we do it once month, then VAT report is also generated based on data from LedgerSMB.

So when they do mistakes, these are mistakes.. they just entered the wrong date... wrong number... wrong client... wrong account... editing this document doesn't affect the original document.

My accountant gave me some examples... she was entering yesterday data for different customers... for one she was doing annual report for 2014, for another 2015 and for next one entering data for april 2016. So by entering 2014 she entered six documents with 2016 date by mistake. After she was checking work done, she found these mistakes and repaired the date and saved these documents again. All done, all correct. In the end 2016 is empty. Doing it like Erik suggested using credit invoices would leave some data to 2016 period which has nothing to do with it. Sorry, nothing personal, this is just real life.

Another BIG one for us. We do accounting also with some other programs like HansaWorld. We have built up our pricelist so that when we use something else than LedgerSMB it's double the price. We measured how much time it takes to enter data into LedgerSMB vs HansaWorld and LedgerSMB takes half the time generally. So we offer better price based on that... we charge for number of entries. Moving over to work process mentioned by Erik would mean that it would slow work down to the same level like it is with other programs. Can't do it. That would mean hiring more people or letting half the customers go.

But I give You some more real life cases... maybe these help to understand different situations... it's not a final list... these are just the cases that I got as examples from one of my accountant...

With purchase transactions she choses one account at first and in some cases it needs to be changed afterwards. We also use expense account like "Document is missing" and then in the end send this list to customer ask for documents. When we receive them we change the account and save it again. Some times we check and change things in the end of year when customer decides some thing need to be assets not expenses or opposite.

Next one: double copies of client / vendor. Quite often it happens that for various reasons there has been saved the same company for multiple times. So when it comes out we resave documents under one customer or vendor and delete duplicate.

Another BIG one: VAT
Invoice has one date, but expense is for another period.
Example: Invoice is sent out on 10th of May for services in April. When Invoice goes out it's ok to have it with May date, but for VAT purposes it has to be declared for April. So we change the date later on to 30th of April, so it get's to be in the right period. This is actual demand from Tax authorities that this invoice is April declaration.
I have seen in some programs that they have two dates for each document. One as Invoice date and another for VAT purposes.

Another VAT issue: LedgerSMB doesn't know the difference between 0% VAT and VAT FREE.
So far we have handled this issue manually, but it's a huge difference. For those who don't know the difference, let me explain as short as I can:
0% VAT is mostly export inside European union or outside and it gets declared separately. It doesn't affect purchase VAT.
VAT FREE is completely different. It is applied for rents (real estate), investment gold, postal service, insurance, interest, etc. When company sells VAT FREE then for purchases related to those activities they are not allowed to ask back VAT.
And our "favorite" - mix of both type of sales, both with VAT and VAT FREE. Which means for some purchases 100% VAT gets asked back, for some some other percentage and for some nothing.

To bring it all together:

As one-person system we need editing of all documents.

For mid-size companies where are many employees they need to have zero possibility to change something after the fact.

Can both of these scenarios exist in LedgerSMB? Or we also better start looking for something else which fits with our one-person system needs.


LedgerSMB user right from the beginning,

Peeter Pärtel












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Bob Crandell | 20 May 02:34 2016

Handling of Customers and Vendors

Hi Guys,

I was adding some customers and noticed that I could add/edit them under
HR.  Then I noticed that employees could be added/edited under Contacts.
I'm thinking you could drop the HR menu and nobody would notice.  The
reason for dropping it is the default screen for adding an employee
starts with entering a company name with the class of Vendor.  If doing
this under Contacts select Person and choose the employee class.  No big
deal.

Just a thought.

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Arne Hanssen | 17 May 17:14 2016
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Handling of Customers and Vendors.

Hi.
I'm using LSMB 1.4.28 and two questions came up recently:

1. How do I prevent a vendor from showing up in dropdowns etc.?  For 
example one of my vendors went bankcrupt recently and I don't need to 
have him "clutter" my dialogs.  I tried to set 'Credit Accounts' -> 'End 
Date' in the 'Edit Vendor' dialog, but there is no Save button so I 
could not give that a try...

2. I also discovered that one om my customers has a customer number way 
outside the number scope for customers.  How can I fix that, given that 
it is possible?

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Marjanw | 17 May 12:40 2016
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Apache config + startup.pl attached; Re: Apache2 with Plack;

Hi Erik,

Didn't you receive the attachments?

I attached both a diff of my modified Apache config and my startup.pl
(I added the ext ".txt" so it's visible in any mailer.)

Attached to this mail:
- http-2.4-plack.diff-u.txt
- startup.pl.txt                # Updated version

On 2016-05-16 22:37, Erik Huelsmann wrote:
> Hi Marjan,
>
> On Mon, May 16, 2016 at 9:32 PM, Marjanw <pr002603@...
<mailto:pr002603@...>> wrote:
>
>     Hi all,
>
>     After I got my new LSMB environment (1.4.27 / AMD-450) up and running
>     I was a bit surprised to find it performing about the same as my old
>     LSMB environment (1.2.26 / AMD Duron 800MHz).
>     Ok, the AMD-450 (2x 1.65GHz) isn't a beast, but 10 secs to list
>     the Belgium COA on the screen is a long time!
>
>
> It definitely is! Before you spend more time on various installations, you want to upgrade to
> 1.4.28. There's a bug in the CoA screen of all 1.4 versions up to and including 1.4.27 which makes
> it run WAAYYYY too long. (It's not Perl performance here, it's the underlying query that's simply
> not as efficient as it can be).
>
> We had an instance where it took up to 23 secs run the CoA query. With 1.4.28, that's now 100ms.
> 230x faster!
>
> You may want to try that before you try any of the other installation options.
>
>     So I gave starman a try, using the instructions in the INSTALL.
>     The Belgium COA now took 7 secs to complete due to better Perl
>     performance!
>
>
> Well, and if you upgrade to 1.4.28, the response will "feel" instantaneous.
>
>     On the other hand most of us are familiar with Apache.
>     Apache can serve both static and dynamic content, offers virtual
>     hosting, etc. Wouldn't it be nice if we could use LSMB on Apache
>     in a faster configuration than good old slow CGI?
>
>
> Absolutely. That's why we have been working to achieve exactly that! And Plack is indeed the answer.
> The easiest/best way to achieve it, I would expect is to run Apache2 with mod_fastcgi.

You're right about FCGI. mod_perl seemed more simple to setup however.

> Unfortunately, that's not in Debian's base repository; it's in the non-free repo. mod_fastcgi can be
> used with 'plackup -s FCGI tools/starman.psgi' (never mind that you're not using it with Starman,
> but plackup instead) where mod_fastcgi will manage starting and stopping the fastcgi server process.
> Unfortunately, I don't have the entire configuration file ready to provide you, but the 1.5 version
> has a configuration which lets Apache serve static files and passes the rest to Starman (note:
> starman, not plackup; you need to change the config to achieve that).

Is 1.5 stable enough to use it in a new simple production environment?
If so, then I skip implementing 1.4 altogether!

>
>     I looked at the Dancer deployment page and learned that you can
>     run Dancer from Apache with Plack via mod_perl.
>     I installed mod_perl from Debian Jessie.
>     Using https://metacpan.org/pod/Plack::Handler::Apache2 I modified
>     the ledgersmb-httpd-2.4.conf and created a startup.pl <http://startup.pl> to preload
>     the application.
>
>
> What is "the application" to you? Do you preload the same modules as LedgerSMB/PSGI.pm? Or more? All
> modules *not* preloaded in LedgerSMB/PSGI.pm aren't expected to be "preloading compatible".

My startup.pl just imported everything in the LSMB source dir.
Then I preloaded the starman.psgi.

I've now removed the preloading all together from the startup.pl. (See attachment)
However I still get the same error message when trying to login!

>
>     After some troubleshooting I managed to get Apache running and
>     the application preloading without any errors in the Apache
>
>     error.log file.
>
>
> Very nice. Once it's working, could you share your setup, so we can include it in our 1.4 and 1.5
> configuration examples?
>
>     However when I try to login the application fails:
>
>     2016/05/16 17:22:14 - ERROR - LedgerSMB::_error /opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/LedgerSMB.pm (639) -- Not
>     a HASH reference at /opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/LedgerSMB/Template/HTML.pm line 90.
>
>     What's going wrong here?
>
>     Looks if something isn't properly initialized.
>
>
> Could be. Without your startup.pl <http://startup.pl>, it's a bit hard to tell what exactly might
> have gone wrong. Can you send your startup.pl <http://startup.pl>? That way we can have a look at
> what might be the cause. On a Starman-hosted setup, I'm definitely not seeing that error.
>
>
>
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>
> Erik.
>

Regards,

Marjan

--- ledgersmb-httpd-2.4.conf	2016-04-13 21:52:43.921864793 +0200
+++ ledgersmb-httpd-2.4-plack.conf	2016-05-16 18:53:52.286954666 +0200
 <at>  <at>  -2,6 +2,17  <at>  <at> 

 Alias /ledgersmb /opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/
 
+# W20160516
+# mod_perl Plack config
+<Location /ledgersmb>
+SetHandler perl-script
+PerlResponseHandler Plack::Handler::Apache2
+PerlSetVar psgi_app /opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/tools/starman.psgi
+</Location>
+
+PerlPostConfigRequire /opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/startup.pl
+
+
 <Directory /opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27>

   # Rewrite rule to allow HTTP Authorization information to the scripts only
 <at>  <at>  -18,9 +29,9  <at>  <at> 
   RewriteRule .* - [E=HTTP_AUTHORIZATION:%{HTTP:Authorization},L]

 
-  Options +ExecCGI 
-  AllowOverride All
-  AddHandler cgi-script .pl

#!/usr/bin/env perl

# W20160517
# Startup file for Apache2 with Plack
# Doc:
# https://metacpan.org/pod/Plack::Handler::Apache2

use strict;
use warnings;
use Apache2::ServerUtil ();

BEGIN {
    return unless Apache2::ServerUtil::restart_count() > 1;

    use lib "/opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27";

    # require lib;
    # lib->import('/opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27');

    require Plack::Handler::Apache2;

    # Facilitate opening the "ledgersmb.conf"
    chdir '/opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/';

    # my  <at> psgis = ('/opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/tools/starman.psgi');
    # foreach my $psgi ( <at> psgis) {
    #     Plack::Handler::Apache2->preload($psgi);
    # }
}

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Bob Crandell | 17 May 02:51 2016

Documentation


Hi Guys,

I hope it's alright to make a suggestion or two.
For the documentation put a question mark on each screen describing what
the screen is for with examples of what could go in each field.
The PDF would be more procedures like how to reconcile the check book,
how to pay an invoice, how to conduct inventory adjustments, how to set
the silly thing up in the first place.  This way the docs for the
screens can change as the program matures without having to mess with
the manual.  The manual can grow with "How do I" stuff.

Thanks for all the hard work.
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Bob Crandell | 17 May 02:51 2016

Sales Invoice


Hi Guys,

When creating a sales invoice what do you think of adjusting the input
line depending on whether the item number is inventory or service.  If
the item is from inventory then the way the form is now is fine.  If the
item is a service then the input line should change to show:
Item  Number  Date  Tech  Description  Qty  OH  Unit  Price  %  Extended

For a given customer we need to know who went out and when along with
the stuff that is already on that line.

As a test I created a separate invoice for each time a tech went to this
client.  After consolidating the invoices for this client the dates were
lost.

I hope my babbling made sense.
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Marjanw | 16 May 21:32 2016
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Apache2 with Plack;

Hi all,

After I got my new LSMB environment (1.4.27 / AMD-450) up and running
I was a bit surprised to find it performing about the same as my old
LSMB environment (1.2.26 / AMD Duron 800MHz).
Ok, the AMD-450 (2x 1.65GHz) isn't a beast, but 10 secs to list
the Belgium COA on the screen is a long time!

So I gave starman a try, using the instructions in the INSTALL.
The Belgium COA now took 7 secs to complete due to better Perl
performance!

On the other hand most of us are familiar with Apache.
Apache can serve both static and dynamic content, offers virtual
hosting, etc. Wouldn't it be nice if we could use LSMB on Apache
in a faster configuration than good old slow CGI?

I looked at the Dancer deployment page and learned that you can
run Dancer from Apache with Plack via mod_perl.
I installed mod_perl from Debian Jessie.
Using https://metacpan.org/pod/Plack::Handler::Apache2 I modified
the ledgersmb-httpd-2.4.conf and created a startup.pl to preload
the application.

After some troubleshooting I managed to get Apache running and
the application preloading without any errors in the Apache
error.log file.
However when I try to login the application fails:

2016/05/16 17:22:14 - ERROR - LedgerSMB::_error /opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/LedgerSMB.pm (639) -- Not a 
HASH reference at /opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/LedgerSMB/Template/HTML.pm line 90.

What's going wrong here?
Looks if something isn't properly initialized.

Marjan

--- ledgersmb-httpd-2.4.conf	2016-04-13 21:52:43.921864793 +0200
+++ ledgersmb-httpd-2.4-plack.conf	2016-05-16 18:53:52.286954666 +0200
 <at>  <at>  -2,6 +2,17  <at>  <at> 

 Alias /ledgersmb /opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/
 
+# W20160516
+# mod_perl Plack config
+<Location /ledgersmb>
+SetHandler perl-script
+PerlResponseHandler Plack::Handler::Apache2
+PerlSetVar psgi_app /opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/tools/starman.psgi
+</Location>
+
+PerlPostConfigRequire /opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/startup.pl
+
+
 <Directory /opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27>

   # Rewrite rule to allow HTTP Authorization information to the scripts only
 <at>  <at>  -18,9 +29,9  <at>  <at> 
   RewriteRule .* - [E=HTTP_AUTHORIZATION:%{HTTP:Authorization},L]

 
-  Options +ExecCGI 
-  AllowOverride All
-  AddHandler cgi-script .pl

#!/usr/bin/env perl

# W20160516
# Startup file for Apache2 with Plack
# Doc:
# https://metacpan.org/pod/Plack::Handler::Apache2

use strict;
use warnings;
use Apache2::ServerUtil ();

BEGIN {
    return unless Apache2::ServerUtil::restart_count() > 1;

    require lib;
    lib->import('/opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27');

    require Plack::Handler::Apache2;

    # Facilitate opening the "ledgersmb.conf"
    chdir '/opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/';

    my  <at> psgis = ('/opt/ledgersmb/1.4.27/tools/starman.psgi');
    foreach my $psgi ( <at> psgis) {
        Plack::Handler::Apache2->preload($psgi);
    }
}

# Must return true
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Raido Kurel | 16 May 18:34 2016
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migration to sql-ledger

Hi,

I have used sql-ledger for years and migrated to ledgersmb 1.2 in 2010. 
I started to use ledgersmb 1.4 half a year ago with one company and 
planned to migrate otsers to from ledgersmb 1.2 to 1.4, but I am afraid 
I can not. I make mistakes quite often and as transactions and invoices 
repair is not possible in 1.4. The correct way of doing reversal 
transactions and invoices may be good for big companies, but I have 
mostly one person companies.  I have repaired records and invoices using 
directly sql prompt or with dump-modify-restore sequence, but this is 
also quite frustrating. Will there be any fork of ledgersmb where repair 
of transactions is possible like it was in 1.2? Probably not? In this 
case, Is there any simple solution to migrate from ledgersmb 1.4 to 
sql-ledger 3.2? I think sql-ledger is best choice for me, as I am 
familiar with it. This question is probably asked a lot, but I could not 
find anything on ledgersmb web.

Thanks!
Raido

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Nicolas Couchoud | 14 May 18:14 2016

Fixed assets : absence of depreciation and impairment

  Hi,

  I have two questions about fixed assets :
1) Some fixed assets are not subject to depreciation, e.g. financial
assets or trademarks. Of course, it can be implemented by pretending an
asset's salvage value is the same as its purchase value, but having "no
depreciation" as a depreciation method would be clearer.
2) How does one manage impairment of assets ? I still use version 1.3,
where it does not seem to exist. Does it exist in version 1.4 ?

Note for French-speaking people : "depreciation" is a false friend :
  English    |    French
-------------+--------------
depreciation | amortissement
 impairment  | dépréciation

  Regards.

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