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OpenERP Argentinian Localization

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The OpenERP / TinyERP localization started long time ago, in 2005 by Thymbra (http://www.thymbra.com)

Thymbra started the OpenERP localization for Argentina, and has developed the electronic invoicing module, among other things, making it public since the very beginning.

OpenUnit also developed other modules for the localization for Argentina, and made them public in the past weeks.

Nowadays a group of local argentinian developers are working  on testing the existing modules and documenting them. The modules are for version 5.0 but soon we will start working on the upgrade to OpenERP 6.0.

The modules of the argentinian localization can be found at:

https://code.launchpad.net/~openerp-argentina/openerp-argentina/trunk

The order at which they are installed is as follows:

  1. Report Openoffice
  2. Report_openoffice_helper
  3. Purchase
  4. Sale
  5. ou_account
  6. ou_account_partner
  7. ou_account_document
  8. ou_account_invoice_menu
  9. ou_account_payment
  10. ou_account_checkbook

Before you install the modules, you should un-install the account_payment module.

The method for installing the modules can be found at:

http://doc.openerp.com/v6.0/book/1/1_2_Guided_Tour/1_2_Guided_Tour_install_functionality.html

You can find further information in the OpenERP Argentina Wiki.

Further changes are on the way and changes to the current document are very likely. I just wanted to keep you updated on the developments of the OpenERP argentinian community, and in case you want to test or use these modules, you are more than welcome.

Cheers!

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  1. February 8, 2011 at 3:06 pm

    Just to clarify (and be fair)

    The OpenERP / TinyERP localization started long time ago, in 2005 by Thymbra (http://www.thymbra.com)

    Thymbra started the OpenERP localization for Argentina, and has developed the electronic invoicing module, among other things, making it public since the very beginning.

    Regards
    Luis

    • developingmoldeo
      February 8, 2011 at 4:03 pm

      Luis, mis disculpas por la confusion. No fue la intencion desmerecer tu trabajo, sino destacar que estamos retomando lo que vos empezaste. Que te parece esto? Modifico el post actual al que haces referencia.

      Cambiando de tema, me gustaria hacer un post sobre Medical. Te molestaria que lo haga? Ademas, una pregunta. Tienen pensado usar Medical con Android?

  2. February 13, 2011 at 12:31 pm

    Hola Gustavo !

    Muchas gracias por la aclaración ! No te preocupes, estas cosas pasan, lo importante es el detalle que has tenido en corregir el post, cosa que te agradezco.

    Mark Holler está trabajando en un cliente para Android de MEDICAL, aunque seguro que estará mas que contento en tener colaboradores.

    Cualquier cosa me puedes localizar en mi correo electrónico.

  3. February 24, 2011 at 11:32 am

    Gustavo :

    El enlace a los fuentes de la Localización Argentina del Circuito de pagos y cobros se modificó por el siguiente :
    https://code.launchpad.net/~openunit/openerp-argentina/ou_account_payment-5.0

    como se publicó en google-groups openerp-argentina en el siguiente hilo :
    http://groups.google.com/group/openerp-argentina/browse_thread/thread/63772e356c876d71

    Y como bien decís, en la wiki de OpenERP Argentina se puede encontrar más información actualizada, como el detalle de módulos requeridos :
    “Instalación de Circuito de pagos y cobros de la Localización Argentina” (http://openerpargentina.com.ar/Indice)

    Saludos.

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