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Sometimes you have different groups of customers who should receive a different list price on the same item. For example, you might have one regular pricing schedule for retail and another for wholesale prices. This is why we have created the concept of a list pricing schedule. A list pricing schedule is like a regular pricing schedule in many ways, but it has some restrictions on it, and it can be modified by other pricing schedules.

Essential reading for anyone involved with upgrading xTuple ERP from one version to the next. Make sure to bookmark this article, as it contains mission critical information about the compatibility of all the moving parts of the ERP — including core software, add-on packages, operating systems, and the PostgreSQL database.

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.

This article is constantly updated as the world of digital, Web-based technologies changes. It contains definitions for many of the words and terms found in of business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) online experiences and the xTupleCommerce user interface.

So, you’ve discovered an issue while using the xTuple ERP or xTupleCommerce. You can report such issues through the xTuple Ticketing System. You’ll find the xTuple Ticketing System at  www.xTuple.org.

If you do not have an account on xTuple.org, you will need to create one here.

Managing item groups

Item groups in the ERP are used for organizing products into categories. When defining your item groups, be sure to set one as your xTupleCommerce catalog.

  1. To get to item groups in the ERP go to: Products > Item > Groups

  2. To create a new item group, click NEW in the right sidebar.

In this article, you'll learn how, as a script or core application developer, you can make your work translatable and localizable. Some of the tools you'll use are part of Qt's application framework and others have been built by xTuple.

An ORM is an Object Relational Mapping that defines the relationship between object oriented type definitions and relational tables or views in a database. This implementation is currently designed to apply specifically to a PostgreSQL database, but theoretically could be applied to any database for which an ORM API is defined to process these definitions.

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.