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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.


Using specific examples from the demo data, this article explores all the various facets of work order costing.


Article includes a simple example to illustrate the basic operations of XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations), a part of the XSL family defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).


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.


If you're ready to start configuring the items in your ERP so they will appear on your xTupleCommerce website, then this is the article you need. Follow the step-by-step instructions, as we walk you through the requirements.


Learn how you can use FedEx and UPS on your xTupleCommerce site as shipping services. xTupleCommerce can connect directly to your UPS or FedEx account via an API to receive the carriers' shipping options and the costs based on your negotiated rates.


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.


This article describes how item groups in the ERP are used for organizing products into categories. The importance of defining one item group as your xTupleCommerce catalog is also discussed.


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.