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ZestyBeanz Technologies Pvt Ltd, 2987, Manikkath Cross Road, Ravipuram, Kochi, India - 682016, Phone: +91 484 4063254

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ZestyBeanz Technologies FZE, P.O Box 53261, HFZA, Sharjah, Phone: +971-56-2708993​

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Saritha Mohanan's picture

Account Charts in OpenERP

A Chart of Accounts (COA) is a way of showing a business´s financial information in such a way that it is possible to make good financial decisions based on the information that it shows. The COA will be made up of all the individual accounts that make up the overall accounts of a business.

 

Structure of Chart of Accounts

The COA provides the necessary structure to the Nominal Accounts to allow the overall picture of a company´s financial health to be easily seen.

Geena Mathew's picture

Centralised Hotel Reservation System in OpenERP

                Centralised Hotel Reservation system is an OpenERP Solution from Zesty Beanz for linking different hotels in a country/region so that users can easily identify the availability of hotel services in a selected region and plan their journeys/schedules more effectively. OpenERP will act as the back end in this solution. Normal users will be interacting with this system through a web interface. This blog tries to provide an overview of the features in OpenERP perspective.

Aruna Haridas's picture

Tags Used In OpenERP 7.0

In OpenERP 7.0. the form view of each object has been redesigned so that the object the user is working on resembles a real document. So, now when a user is creating an invoice, the document which appears on his screen actually looks like a hard copy invoice, a sales order will be similar to a sales order print out and so on. Likewise changes have been brought into the xml file. Html as well as css have been included for designing the forms . Some of the attributes and tags are mentioned below.

Ajeesh Kurian's picture

Openerp Integration with Joomla Online Admission portal

Joomla is widely used for portals and business websites due to its flexibility and control.
We have created a joomla “component” for online admission which could easily customized to a portal. Forms and fields can be created dynamically without any coding knowledge. This component take cares of all admission procedures including payment.
The task is to synchronise the data in Joomla with OpenERP, this was accomplished by the “connector” written in php which acts as a server for the XML-RPC calls.

Prajul P T's picture

Dynamic Image From Database in Jasper Report

   When dealing with internal documentation in a company, images plays an important role. For example, company logo is a must in most of the documentation in a company. Here I am going to explain how to create dynamic images in jasper report fetched from the database.

   I am using iReport 4.7.1 with OpenERP. In my report I am passing the image to the report as a parameter. I have created a parameter in iReport as "logo" which holds image data passed from the python to the report. In python side, i am fetching my logo as: 

Riyas's picture

Translation of OpenERP Module in Different Languages (I18n - Internationalization)

Translations (Internationalisation) is one of the most useful features that OpenERP provides to its users all around the globe. Having an interface in their own language helps users to  interact more friendly with the system. OpenERP already has translations in almost all the popular languages. These translations are bundled within the modules itself. Here i am trying explain how to add a new language and its translations in OpenERP modules.

Jasad Moozhiyan's picture

WYSIWYG Editor in OpenERP

         Here I am going to explain how to turn a normal text area into a WYSIWYG(What You See Is What You Get) area in Openerp.Before that let me explain what is WYSIWYG.This may be familiar to web developers, any how WYSIWYG is used in computing to describe a system in which content (text and graphics) displayed onscreen during editing appears in a form closely corresponding to its appearance when printed or displayed as a finished product, which might be a printed document, web page, or slide presentation.