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Openbravo ERP

Bank Settlement Statement Release
Openbravo ERP

Many common business functions or activities need to be performed differently because of the different standards of third parties. Openbravo is aware of this need, which is particularly evident when it comes to “Bank Statement Reconciliation”. Banks send information in different formats so the lines on bank statements can contain

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Openbravo ERP

Preferences are a cool feature in Openbravo that allow to customize the user experience across various levels. Preferences in general are nothing but default settings that we can enable for the whole application, per client, per organization, per role, per user or even per window. This level of customization allows

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In a finance driven ERP like Openbravo, the management of the finances is one of the key requirements of the clients. In a typical scenario, there are going to be a huge number of transactions between the client and various business partners. But the client needs to be aware of the financial status of the […]

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best practicesOpenbravo ERP

One of the benefits of an ERP is the automation of accounting based on operational transactions. Any good ERP would automatically generate accounting based on the transactions recorded in the system, such as invoices, payments, asse…

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Openbravo ERP

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where, cleaning up a closet, you finding a box of old photos that you forgot even existed?
I must confess. I am a nostalgic and that is one of those situations where I am prone to overwhelming emotions. The m…

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announcementOpenbravo ERP

I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of Openbravo 3.0 RC6, the fifth release candidate in the Openbravo 3 series.
Openbravo 3.0 RC6 is primarily a stabilization release, including over 130 fixes for issues reported by early adopters of p…

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announcementOpenbravo ERP

The past few hours have seen an increased Twitter activity on people giving favorable reviews of the new user experience of Openbravo 3.

The new product, with the new user interface, will become available to the overall community in our next release candidate, Openbravo 3.0 RC4, due for release in a few days. The code for this release is publicly available in our source control repository and it is very close to completion; a few members of our community have already been able to test it and are sharing their feedback in the social media.

This is great! And, in fact, we would love to get even more people trying the new product out and giving us feedback.

If you want to check it out and experience first hand what people are raving about, you do not need to be a developer, knowledgeable about code builds, or able to mess with source code repositories.

There is a simple trick to get local access to our latest build without having to leave the comfort of your browser interface. Just follow these simple steps:

  1. Start by downloading an Openbravo 3.0 RC3 appliance.
  2. Login as System Administrator and navigate to the Module Management window (General Setup -> Application -> Module Management)
  3. In the Settings tab, specify that you will accept modules in maturity level “Test” for both scan for update and new module installation actions. The image below shows the relevant fields highlighted in red.Now your system is ready to be updated to our latest version under development.
  4. Return to the Installed Modules tab in that same window and press the Scan for Updates button.
  5. From here follow the normal update process, starting by clicking on the Install Updates Now, completing the installation of the new version and continuing with a system rebuild and a mid-tier restart.
  6. Once you are done, you will be able to login in a preview version of Openbravo 3 and start experiencing the new user interface.

NOTE: at this stage, the client is very demanding on browser resources and we have not completed its optimization yet. Your system will be faster if you use either Firefox 4, Internet Explorer 9 or Chrome.

Keep in mind that this is a preview version, straight out of the tip of the code repository and that it has not gone through QA. You are likely to find instabilities and you should not use it for production purposes.
However, the system is certainly quite stable and it should be more than enough for you to get a sense of the great things that are coming very soon.

Spend some time playing with this product. I highly recommend it and I am sure that you will enjoy it as much as we do. Your feedback is important for us, so please do not forget to drop a line in the Early Releases Discussion forum letting us know what you think.

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Openbravo ERP

Who said that ERP has to be boring?With the new workspace and widget capabilities of Openbravo 3.0 you can include all types of content directly in your ERP.One of my favorite sites for the Holiday Season is the Official NORAD Santa Tracker, that allow…

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Openbravo ERP

Two weeks have gone by since the launch of Openbravo 3.0 RC3, which – with its My Openbravo workspace and support for widgets – was very well received and has already been downloaded more than 4000 times.Since then, the Openbravo development team ha…

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announcementOpenbravo ERP

I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of Openbravo 3.0 RC3, the third release candidate in the 3.0 series.Release candidates are incremental deliveries towards the full 3.0 road map and do not contain the full set of functionality inten…

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