Flexibility and extensibility are two of the key factors which companies consider while deciding on a ERP platform. Openbravo as an ERP and as an application platform makes it a lot easier to create user interface components like Window, fields, buttons without any coding involved. Let’s look at one more
Virtual Columns are those columns that do not have a column defined in the database, but can be shown in the Application as an additional field. In our earlier blogs, we saw how to create virtual fields using Client Class (here) and using Property Fields (here). In this blog, we
In our previous blog post, we looked at how to create virtual columns using Client Class. In this one, we will see how to create virtual columns using property fields. The basic difference between a client class and property field is that client class is more suitable for UX enhancement
Client class is one among the options available to show a virtual field in the Openbravo ERP Platform. A Virtual Field is a field which does not have a column in the backend, so its value cannot be stored. The uses of a virtual field in an ERP application are
Following the technical blog series where we looked at the Improvements to the Tree Grid View in Openbravo, now we shall look at the internal architecture of the Toolbar in Openbravo and how other modules can add a new button to the Toolbar. The Toolbar is the User Interface component
Hierarchical data is one of the key pieces of information in any Enterprise Application. Be it the list of companies under a major group or the position hierarchy of a company, the visual representation of the hierarchical data is of key importance in understanding the business process of a company.