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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.


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


Tired of maintaining tax codes and tax assignments by hand? Learn how xTuple's integration with the Avalara tax service can handle your tax calculations for you automatically.


If you have a commercial support contract with xTuple, you may periodically need to share a backup of your database with the xTuple support team. This article explains how.


There may be times when you need to reopen a sales order that has already been invoiced and closed. This article walks you through the steps to return a sales order to its original state.


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.


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.


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.