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Read this article to learn about the various methods available to obtain translation files for xTuple ERP. The application is designed to be easily translatable into any language—and many already-existing translations are available.


A collection of utilities and scripts are collected and attached to this article so you can "learn by doing" how to export to the popular .CSV format from the DOS shell.


Learn more about log shipping replication, an advanced PostgreSQL database administration topic discussed in this article.


Learn more about the powerful abstraction paradigm xTuple uses when developing web client code, in an effort to increase the reuse of shared code.


xTuple provides tools and methods for importing data into xTuple databases — either during the initial implementation phase or on a regular basis, depending on your requirements. This article addresses several of the available data migration options.


The graphical, easy-to-use version of the importrpt command line tool simplifies the process of loading report definitions into your xTuple database from your file system.


The command-line tool importrpt can be used to import report definitions into an xTuple database from files located on your file system.


Detailed information for both technical and not-so-technical users. Article includes command line examples for the technically-inclined, while less technical users can follow instructions for how to install using the graphical pgAdmin client.


Anyone who is interested in developing for xTuple should start with this article, which offers an overview and map for the myriad development options available—from C++ to JavaScript, Drupal, and more.


When creating fields and text labels you have the ability to select a query source and specify a field from that query source to pull information from. Two predefined query sources are defined by the system, Context Query and Parameter Query. In this article, we will review and detail the two predefined system queries and the possible fields that can be referenced from them.