Juan Pablo Aroztegi
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Juan Pablo Aroztegi

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User Interface

Let’s play a game: find a word that describes in the best possible manner how your ideal ERP should be. Think about it for a minute. Many of you have probably answered Stable. I mean, once you implement it in a customer you want it to behave as you designed it to be. No more, […]

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Development Environment

Up to now the 2.50 and 3.0 versions of Openbravo have shared the same Core. “Core” is what we call the most essential module of Openbravo, the one that includes standard functionality like Financial or Sales Management. If 2.50 and 3.0 have shared the same Core, what’s the difference between them? While a default 2.50 […]

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openbravoSizing

Let’s say you’ve been working hard customizing Openbravo for a customer. And now you’d like to deploy it, so that the customer can start using it immediately. Next step? You go ahead and start installing the ERP on a server… wait! Not yet! You first need to think about the hardware, don’t you? Not so […]

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Development Environment

Stability is a keyword inherently attached to ERP systems. System integrators and end users want a system that simply offers them the capabilities they need in a pleasant manner and at any moment. In this case stability means that it always works in the way they expect it to work. Openbravo takes this challenge very […]

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Development Environment

These have been some hard working but passionate weeks for Ken, an Openbravo ERP Core developer. He’s been working on implementing a couple of features in the accounting engine. In fact he’s pretty excited: – “Wow, this is really going to be valuable for our users!”. But hold on Ken, you think you’ve finished the […]

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Development Environment

Ladies and gentlemen, fasten your seat belts. It’s here. Be ready for the new Cloud experience with Openbravo ERP and Ubuntu. For the long awaited Ubuntu release, codename Lucid Lynx 10.04, has been just released today! Two key words you should never forget: LTS: this is a Long Term Support release. A new LTS version […]

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Development Environment

Ubuntu Lucid Lynx 10.04 LTS is around the corner. It’s the latest and greatest of the Ubuntu releases and it will be ready the 29th of April. It’s a special release, different to the previous Karmic 9.10, Jaunty 9.04 and Intrepid 8.10 releases. In fact it’s the most important Ubuntu release in the last 2 […]

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Others

Openbravo ERP 2.50 has a time based release plan. This helps us get bug fixes and new features into our user’s hands more quickly and improve our planning process. Up to now we’ve been releasing Maintenance Packs on a monthly basis. However we have detected some improvement areas, mainly two: We want to release like […]

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Development Environment

Give me a place to stand on, and I will move the Earth. This is a legend ascribed to the famous Archimedes, genius of antiquity. When he understood the basic principles behind the lever he felt its power and he started seeing them in a different way. His paradigm changed. In a similar way SSH […]

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Development Environment

Openbravo ERP has currently two major versions: 2.50 is the latest one and it’s actively developed. 2.40 is a maintenance release for Professional Edition users, and it mainly consists of bug fixes, with an average of 20 fixes per month. These 2.40 updates are distributed as Maintenance Packs (MPs – a collection of bug fixes), […]

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