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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.


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


This article includes a list of the best practices and tips for keeping your PostgreSQL database secure and maintaining that security.


This article will provide you with basic information about how transfer orders can be used to move inventory between warehouses.


Packages are used to extend the functionality of xTuple ERP. Review these simple steps for installing packages into the system.


When customer service and sales representatives learn to masquerade as their customers, the overall sales and customer service experience will be improved.


Learn how xTupleCommerce managers can edit product marketing content directly on their xTupleCommerce web portal, without having to access the ERP to make the changes.


This article discusses in detail how to configure custom shipping option rules and how to execute them within the xTupleCommerce control panel.


The xTupleCommerce system is built to allow the ERP manager to control a customer experience based on inventory levels of products. Products could be in one of the following states:


Out of the box, the xTupleCommerce homepage offers the ability to build a very flexible and unique customer experience. I typically use a metaphor when explaining a website's (or web portal's) homepage. The homepage is like the parking lot at a National Park. The people that land there know what they want to accomplish in this “Park.” The homepage serves as a series of “trailheads” that will help them navigate to where they want to go. It’s your job to make those "trailheads" obvious and attractive.