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#1 March 9, 2008 04:00:15

Lewis B.
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Anyone know of any projects like this in Django? The closest I can find
is Lucahttp://www.epx.com.br/luca/which is based on turbogears.

I find myself in need of at least some accounts receivable app that can
track user invoices, payments, balances, and the standard stuff required
for keeping track of money received.

Any hints would be great as I am trying not to reinvent the wheel.

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#2 March 9, 2008 08:16:17

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Lewis Bergman wrote:
> Anyone know of any projects like this in Django? The closest I can find
> is Lucahttp://www.epx.com.br/luca/which is based on turbogears.
>
> I find myself in need of at least some accounts receivable app that can
> track user invoices, payments, balances, and the standard stuff
> required for keeping track of money received.

You may want to look at the accounting modules of TinyERP:http://tinyerp.com/demonstration.htmlIt's a powerful ERP system, written in Python, with a client-server
architecture, and very modular. A web "client" (also exposing a web
server) was recently added to the existing GTK one:

eTiny 1.0 (stable) released...http://ametiny.blogspot.com/2008/02/etiny-10-stable-released.htmlAlas, it's also based on Turbogears, not on Django. It may be worth a
look anyway.

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#3 March 9, 2008 15:04:41

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Yikes, that thing is complex. Seems powerful but it was difficult to
figure out what to do. I think I would have a reolt on my hands if I put
this in place. I was thinking something a bit more simple. Thanks
though. For what I want, it might be just as easy to roll my own. I just
want to keep accounts receivable for customers, taxes, and be able to
generate reports about what category of sales are doing. SOunds like
just a few tables.

Nicola Larosa wrote:
> Lewis Bergman wrote:
>> Anyone know of any projects like this in Django? The closest I can find
>> is Lucahttp://www.epx.com.br/luca/which is based on turbogears.
>>
>> I find myself in need of at least some accounts receivable app that can
>> track user invoices, payments, balances, and the standard stuff
>> required for keeping track of money received.
>
> You may want to look at the accounting modules of TinyERP:
>
>http://tinyerp.com/demonstration.html>
> It's a powerful ERP system, written in Python, with a client-server
> architecture, and very modular. A web "client" (also exposing a web
> server) was recently added to the existing GTK one:
>
> eTiny 1.0 (stable) released...
>http://ametiny.blogspot.com/2008/02/etiny-10-stable-released.html>
> Alas, it's also based on Turbogears, not on Django. It may be worth a
> look anyway.
>

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#4 March 9, 2008 15:29:11

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On Sun, Mar 9, 2008 at 9:04 AM, Lewis Bergman <> wrote:

>
> Yikes, that thing is complex. Seems powerful but it was difficult to
> figure out what to do. I think I would have a reolt on my hands if I put
> this in place. I was thinking something a bit more simple. Thanks
> though. For what I want, it might be just as easy to roll my own. I just
> want to keep accounts receivable for customers, taxes, and be able to
> generate reports about what category of sales are doing. SOunds like
> just a few tables.


You could check outhttp://www.satchmoproject.comfor some useful models.
It's an online store so it doesn't have AR type functionality but maybe you
could use some of the PDF generating and tax modules to give you an idea of
where to start.

Good luck,
Chris

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#5 March 9, 2008 18:50:51

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Thanks, I'll do that.

Chris Moffitt wrote:
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>
> On Sun, Mar 9, 2008 at 9:04 AM, Lewis Bergman <
> <>> wrote:
>
>
> Yikes, that thing is complex. Seems powerful but it was difficult to
> figure out what to do. I think I would have a reolt on my hands if I put
> this in place. I was thinking something a bit more simple. Thanks
> though. For what I want, it might be just as easy to roll my own. I just
> want to keep accounts receivable for customers, taxes, and be able to
> generate reports about what category of sales are doing. SOunds like
> just a few tables.
>
>
> You could check outhttp://www.satchmoproject.comfor some useful
> models. It's an online store so it doesn't have AR type functionality
> but maybe you could use some of the PDF generating and tax modules to
> give you an idea of where to start.
>
> Good luck,
> Chris

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