Openbravo Analytics is a powerful embedded analytics engine included at no extra cost with every Openbravo commercial subscription. And it just got better! Upgrade to the latest version of Openbravo Analytics and you will benefit from improvements in the user interface and the analytics capabilities. Openbravo Analytics leverages open source
Openbravo’s document management capabilities have long provided the ability to attach multiple documents to business transactions and entities very easily through the user interface. This powerful functionality is enhanced with other features such as email sending, which allows you to send, for example, a purchase order to one of your suppliers from the
The Openbravo Grid is one of the most powerful Openbravo user interface components, providing spreadsheet familiarity to help end-users boost efficiency and productivity. This new platform capability has been specially designed to improve grid performance in high-volume environments, where sorting or filtering grid columns could result in a poor end-user
The capability of Role inheritance was conceived to improve ease of use by making it simpler to manage role accesses, particularly when the business structure is created. Role inheritance comes into action when the general set-up is done and the roles are created. Before role inheritance, every role was manually created.
As we were saying last week, several performance and usability improvements have been made recently in Openbravo. Today we will talk about the most significant one regarding performance which is Tomcat JDBC Connection Pool Module and the Support of Function Indexes. We will start talking about the Tomcat JDBC Connection Pool. Before, Openbravo
This week we want to share with you some other improvements coming from the latest Openbravo release. This time these improvements will be mostly technical, aiming on improving performance (specially for high-volumes of data) and user experience. Today we will talk about the Extended Navigation Model. In Openbravo, in most cases, the entities