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Vend::Accounting::SQL_Ledger(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Vend::Accounting::SQL_Ledger(3)
 

CREATE TABLE "parts" ( "id" integer DEFAULT nextval('id'::text), "partnumber" text, "description" text, "bin" text, "unit" character varying(5), "listprice" double precision, "sellprice" double precision, "lastcost" double precision, "priceupdate" date DEFAULT date('now'::text), "weight" real, "onhand" real DEFAULT 0, "notes" text, "makemodel" boolean DEFAULT 'f', "assembly" boolean DEFAULT 'f', "alternate" boolean DEFAULT 'f', "rop" real, "inventory_accno_id" integer, "income_accno_id" integer, "expense_accno_id" integer, "obsolete" boolean DEFAULT 'f' );

CREATE TABLE "oe" ( "id" integer DEFAULT nextval('id'::text), "ordnumber" text, "transdate" date DEFAULT date('now'::text), "vendor_id" integer, "customer_id" integer, "amount" double precision, "netamount" double precision, "reqdate" date, "taxincluded" boolean, "shippingpoint" text, "notes" text, "curr" character(3) );

Vend::Accounting::SQL-Ledger - SQL-Ledger Accounting Interface for Interchange

This module is an attempt to create a set of callable routines that will allow the easy integration of the SQL-Ledger Accounting package with Interchange.
It handles the mapping of the Interchange variable names to the appropriate SQL-Ledger ones as well as parsing the html returned by the SQL-Ledger "API".
Background: SQL-Ledger Accounting "www.sql-ledger.org" is a multiuser, double entry, accounting system written in Perl and is licensed under the GNU General Public License.
The SQL-Ledger API: SQL-Ledger functions can be accessed from the command line by passing all the variables in one long string to the perl script. The variable=value pairs must be separated by an ampersand. See "www.sql-ledger.org/misc/api.html" for more details on the command line interface.
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This module also happens to be the author's first perl module and probably his second or third perl program in addition to "Hello World". :)
So please go easy on me. -Daniel

CREATE SEQUENCE "id" start 1 increment 1 maxvalue 2147483647 minvalue 1 cache 1 ;
CREATE TABLE "makemodel" ( "id" integer, "parts_id" integer, "name" text ); CREATE TABLE "gl" ( "id" integer DEFAULT nextval('id'::text), "source" text, "description" text, "transdate" date DEFAULT date('now'::text) );
CREATE TABLE "chart" ( "id" integer DEFAULT nextval('id'::text), "accno" integer, "description" text, "charttype" character(1) DEFAULT 'A', "gifi" integer, "category" character(1), "link" text );
CREATE TABLE "defaults" ( "inventory_accno_id" integer, "income_accno_id" integer, "expense_accno_id" integer, "fxgain_accno_id" integer, "fxloss_accno_id" integer, "invnumber" text, "ordnumber" text, "yearend" character varying(5), "curr" text, "weightunit" character varying(5), "businessnumber" text, "version" character varying(8) );
CREATE TABLE "acc_trans" ( "trans_id" integer, "chart_id" integer, "amount" double precision, "transdate" date DEFAULT date('now'::text), "source" text, "cleared" boolean DEFAULT 'f', "fx_transaction" boolean DEFAULT 'f' );
CREATE TABLE "invoice" ( "id" integer DEFAULT nextval('id'::text), "trans_id" integer, "parts_id" integer, "description" text, "qty" real, "allocated" real, "sellprice" double precision, "fxsellprice" double precision, "discount" real, "assemblyitem" boolean DEFAULT 'f' );
CREATE TABLE "vendor" ( "id" integer DEFAULT nextval('id'::text), "name" character varying(35), "addr1" character varying(35), "addr2" character varying(35), "addr3" character varying(35), "addr4" character varying(35), "contact" character varying(35), "phone" character varying(20), "fax" character varying(20), "email" text, "notes" text, "terms" smallint DEFAULT 0, "taxincluded" boolean );
CREATE TABLE "customer" ( "id" integer DEFAULT nextval('id'::text), "name" character varying(35), "addr1" character varying(35), "addr2" character varying(35), "addr3" character varying(35), "addr4" character varying(35), "contact" character varying(35), "phone" character varying(20), "fax" character varying(20), "email" text, "notes" text, "discount" real, "taxincluded" boolean, "creditlimit" double precision DEFAULT 0, "terms" smallint DEFAULT 0, "shiptoname" character varying(35), "shiptoaddr1" character varying(35), "shiptoaddr2" character varying(35), "shiptoaddr3" character varying(35), "shiptoaddr4" character varying(35), "shiptocontact" character varying(20), "shiptophone" character varying(20), "shiptofax" character varying(20), "shiptoemail" text );
CREATE TABLE "parts" ( "id" integer DEFAULT nextval('id'::text), "partnumber" text, "description" text, "bin" text, "unit" character varying(5), "listprice" double precision, "sellprice" double precision, "lastcost" double precision, "priceupdate" date DEFAULT date('now'::text), "weight" real, "onhand" real DEFAULT 0, "notes" text, "makemodel" boolean DEFAULT 'f', "assembly" boolean DEFAULT 'f', "alternate" boolean DEFAULT 'f', "rop" real, "inventory_accno_id" integer, "income_accno_id" integer, "expense_accno_id" integer, "obsolete" boolean DEFAULT 'f' );
CREATE TABLE "assembly" ( "id" integer, "parts_id" integer, "qty" double precision );
CREATE TABLE "ar" ( "id" integer DEFAULT nextval('id'::text), "invnumber" text, "ordnumber" text, "transdate" date DEFAULT date('now'::text), "customer_id" integer, "taxincluded" boolean, "amount" double precision, "netamount" double precision, "paid" double precision, "datepaid" date, "duedate" date, "invoice" boolean DEFAULT 'f', "shippingpoint" text, "terms" smallint DEFAULT 0, "notes" text, "curr" character(3) );
CREATE TABLE "ap" ( "id" integer DEFAULT nextval('id'::text), "invnumber" text, "transdate" date DEFAULT date('now'::text), "vendor_id" integer, "taxincluded" boolean, "amount" double precision, "netamount" double precision, "paid" double precision, "datepaid" date, "duedate" date, "invoice" boolean DEFAULT 'f', "ordnumber" text, "curr" character(3) );
CREATE TABLE "partstax" ( "parts_id" integer, "chart_id" integer );
CREATE TABLE "tax" ( "chart_id" integer, "rate" double precision, "taxnumber" text );
CREATE TABLE "customertax" ( "customer_id" integer, "chart_id" integer );
CREATE TABLE "vendortax" ( "vendor_id" integer, "chart_id" integer );
CREATE TABLE "oe" ( "id" integer DEFAULT nextval('id'::text), "ordnumber" text, "transdate" date DEFAULT date('now'::text), "vendor_id" integer, "customer_id" integer, "amount" double precision, "netamount" double precision, "reqdate" date, "taxincluded" boolean, "shippingpoint" text, "notes" text, "curr" character(3) );
CREATE TABLE "orderitems" ( "trans_id" integer, "parts_id" integer, "description" text, "qty" real, "sellprice" double precision, "discount" real );
CREATE TABLE "exchangerate" ( "curr" character(3), "transdate" date, "buy" double precision, "sell" double precision );
2010-03-25 perl v5.28.1

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