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While processing credit card payments from customers is fully implemented in xTuple, a complete solution for paying vendors by credit card is still in the design stage. However, that being said, this article describes one process flow you can use to record credit card payments made to vendors. Other process flows are also possible.

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.

Assigning costs to items is an essential step in the process of inventory accounting. In this article, we'll cover the basics of standard costing—looking first at how costs are assigned to simple purchased items. We will then examine more complex manufactured items and the layers of costs associated with them.

xTuple offers both manual and automated tax solutions, depending on the needs of your business. In this article, we will explore the manual solution which is native to xTuple.

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.

In this article we will provide an overview describing xTuple ERP's support for "UPS WorldShip" integration. "UPS WorldShip" is a Windows-based, shipping software application for UPS customers who have high-volume shipping needs. When UPS WorldShip and xTuple ERP are integrated, you have the ability to export key UPS information—that is, tracking numbers and freight charges—directly into xTuple ERP.

Workflow is a feature in xTuple that allows you to link activities together into dependent sequences (workflows), and to assign activities to specific users. For example, you can create workflow for fulfilling sales orders. When a new sales order comes into the system, it can generate activities for picking and shipping the order, and assign these activities to users to perform. Workflow will be available in all commercial editions of xTuple beginning with version 4.11.0.

Count tags are used to spearhead inventory counts. If you are involved with inventory counting, then you need to understand how count tags work. In this article, we will cover count tag basics—from creating, to entering, to posting count tags.

If you need to count inventory on a regular basis, then you may want to learn more about how to perform cycle counts. Let's start with a definition: "A cycle count is a periodic issue of a count tag to count inventory quantity within an item site." The "periodic" aspect of cycle counting will be the focus of this article.

The freezing/thawing mechanism is designed to ensure you get accurate inventory counts without having to shut down operations during periods when you are performing physical inventory.