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The product roadmap serves as a basic development map of major functional and architectural issues for xTuple ERP and related products. As such, this document is continually updated, as the development priorities and emphasis evolve over time.


Apple's macOS has a feature called “Gatekeeper” that secures your Mac from unsigned software, forcing it to only run Apple-approved software by default. However, you are still free to run any application. The xTuple ERP+CRM application may present macOS users with a security warning when users first run the xTuple Desktop Client and when you update the xTuple application to a new version. xTuple is currently working with Apple to resolve this issue.


ERP Implementations depend on a dedicated team with an understanding of their business and ERP system expertise. The Implementation Getting Started Resources page centralizes ERP system resources available to the project team. These resources along with xTuple Training and Professional Services insure implementation success.


Contains links and useful getting started information for users of all kinds, whether you're evaluating xTuple for possible purchase, implementing the software for the first time, or just coming on board at your company as a new employee.


For every release, xTuple is submitted to a rigorous QA process, using a combination of automated test scripts, more detailed manual use cases and feedback from community beta testers. The QA team provides valuable feedback throughout the software release cycle.


There are some excellent 3rd party reporting tools that integrate nicely with PostgreSQL. Crystal Reports and MS Access are perhaps the most familiar to most people. Learn how you can port your legacy reports to xTuple ERP using tools like these and ODBC.


The goal of the distribution resource planning (DRP) functionality is to allow users of commercial editions of xTuple to be able to generate planned transfer orders between sites either manually or using netting logic contained in the material resource planning (MRP) and master production schedule (MPS) algorithms.


Whenever you attempt to change the quantity-on-hand (QOH) of a multiple location control" (MLC) item, you are presented with several inventory distribution options. In this article we describe those options, taking you step-by-step through the distribution process.


This article describes the special steps needed to handle lot/serial inventory. Like all inventory, lot/serial items can be received in three ways: material receipt, manufacturing receipt, and shipping receipt.


In manufacturing environments, tools are issued and used on work orders then returned to inventory once the work order or operation is complete. Some shops also manufacture their own tools, so tools themselves must be able to be engineered and manufactured, or purchased the same as any other item in the system.