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Done Fully Customization and Implementation of Financial and Taxation in Open ERP

February 24, 2010 1 comment

Today I have finish a complete case study implementation of Financial and Taxation module in open ERP. Learned chart of Account customized for financial and taxation, vouchers entry, inventory entry, costing of inventory, financial reporting (Ledger Printing, Trial Balance, Profit & Loss Statement, Balance Sheet etc ), Inventory Reporting (status, valuation, Warehouse), taxation entry (with Purchase, Sale, Purchase Return and Sale Return), Payable and Receivable Reports and a lots of another things.

Now i m going to implement a Inventory Module case study in Open ERP.

Need  a lot of Prays and time: Time is very important factors, bcoz i have a limited time in home of my own learning.

Here you can find some summarized case studies of financial Business examples.

In future i will also deploying open ERP suite in manufacturing industry in near future too, after regular project acceptance. Need Prays

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Compile and Run JIF Programs Using JIF Compiler

February 23, 2010 2 comments

First Build JIF Compiler using Apache ant, find all steps here:
JIF (Java Information Flow) Compiler Building Using Ant in ubuntu and windows

Compile and Run JIF Programs steps:

  1. After building JIF compiler, we can try this compiler by executing a sample demo program available in $jif/examples i.e. battleship. To compile and run the battleship example follow the below steps;
  2. Ensure that the principals Alice and Bob are present. The code for the principals is in the $JIF/tests directory. To compile the code for the principals, perform the following commands.
    mohsin@mohsin-laptop:~/jif-3.3.1/tests$  jifc /home/mohsin/jif-3.3.1/tests/jif/principals/Alice.jif /home/mohsin/jif-3.3.1/tests/jif/principals/Bob.jif
  3. Also add the path in CLASSPATH environmental variable like below;
    export CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH:$JIF/test/
  4. Compile the BattleShip classes, perform the following command.
    mohsin@mohsin-laptop:~/jif-3.3.1/examples/battleship$ jifc -classpath $JIF/tests *.jif
  5. Execute the BattleShip Example by running the following command.
    mohsin@mohsin-laptop:~/jif-3.3.1/examples/battleship$ jif -classpath $JIF/tests Main
  6. Output:
    Playing battleships, with each player having 10 covered coordinates

Initializing…. Done.
Playing rounds…
Alice: (0, 0)?  N   Bob: (0, 0)?  N   Score: 0 vs. 0
Alice: (1, 0)?  N   Bob: (1, 0)?  N   Score: 0 vs. 0
Alice: (0, 1)?  N   Bob: (0, 1)?  N   Score: 0 vs. 0
Alice: (0, 2)?  N   Bob: (0, 2)?  N   Score: 0 vs. 0
Alice: (1, 1)?  Y   Bob: (1, 1)?  Y   Score: 1 vs. 1
Alice: (2, 0)?  N   Bob: (2, 0)?  N   Score: 1 vs. 1
Alice: (3, 0)?  N   Bob: (3, 0)?  N   Score: 1 vs. 1
Alice: (2, 1)?  N   Bob: (2, 1)?  N   Score: 1 vs. 1
Alice: (1, 2)?  N   Bob: (1, 2)?  N   Score: 1 vs. 1
Alice: (0, 3)?  N   Bob: (0, 3)?  N   Score: 1 vs. 1
Alice: (0, 4)?  N   Bob: (0, 4)?  N   Score: 1 vs. 1
Alice: (1, 3)?  Y   Bob: (1, 3)?  Y   Score: 2 vs. 2
Alice: (2, 2)?  Y   Bob: (2, 2)?  Y   Score: 3 vs. 3
Alice: (3, 1)?  N   Bob: (3, 1)?  N   Score: 3 vs. 3
Alice: (4, 0)?  N   Bob: (4, 0)?  N   Score: 3 vs. 3
Alice: (5, 0)?  N   Bob: (5, 0)?  N   Score: 3 vs. 3
Alice: (4, 1)?  N   Bob: (4, 1)?  N   Score: 3 vs. 3
Alice: (3, 2)?  Y   Bob: (3, 2)?  Y   Score: 4 vs. 4
Alice: (2, 3)?  N   Bob: (2, 3)?  N   Score: 4 vs. 4
Alice: (1, 4)?  Y   Bob: (1, 4)?  Y   Score: 5 vs. 5
Alice: (0, 5)?  N   Bob: (0, 5)?  N   Score: 5 vs. 5
Alice: (0, 6)?  N   Bob: (0, 6)?  N   Score: 5 vs. 5
Alice: (1, 5)?  N   Bob: (1, 5)?  N   Score: 5 vs. 5
Alice: (2, 4)?  N   Bob: (2, 4)?  N   Score: 5 vs. 5
Alice: (3, 3)?  N   Bob: (3, 3)?  N   Score: 5 vs. 5
Alice: (4, 2)?  Y   Bob: (4, 2)?  Y   Score: 6 vs. 6
Alice: (5, 1)?  N   Bob: (5, 1)?  N   Score: 6 vs. 6
Alice: (6, 0)?  N   Bob: (6, 0)?  N   Score: 6 vs. 6
Alice: (7, 0)?  N   Bob: (7, 0)?  N   Score: 6 vs. 6
Alice: (6, 1)?  N   Bob: (6, 1)?  N   Score: 6 vs. 6
Alice: (5, 2)?  N   Bob: (5, 2)?  N   Score: 6 vs. 6
Alice: (4, 3)?  N   Bob: (4, 3)?  N   Score: 6 vs. 6
Alice: (3, 4)?  Y   Bob: (3, 4)?  Y   Score: 7 vs. 7
Alice: (2, 5)?  N   Bob: (2, 5)?  N   Score: 7 vs. 7
Alice: (1, 6)?  N   Bob: (1, 6)?  N   Score: 7 vs. 7
Alice: (0, 7)?  N   Bob: (0, 7)?  N   Score: 7 vs. 7
Alice: (0, 8)?  N   Bob: (0, 8)?  N   Score: 7 vs. 7
Alice: (1, 7)?  N   Bob: (1, 7)?  N   Score: 7 vs. 7
Alice: (2, 6)?  N   Bob: (2, 6)?  N   Score: 7 vs. 7
Alice: (3, 5)?  Y   Bob: (3, 5)?  Y   Score: 8 vs. 8
Alice: (4, 4)?  N   Bob: (4, 4)?  N   Score: 8 vs. 8
Alice: (5, 3)?  N   Bob: (5, 3)?  N   Score: 8 vs. 8
Alice: (6, 2)?  N   Bob: (6, 2)?  N   Score: 8 vs. 8
Alice: (7, 1)?  N   Bob: (7, 1)?  N   Score: 8 vs. 8
Alice: (8, 0)?  N   Bob: (8, 0)?  N   Score: 8 vs. 8
Alice: (9, 0)?  N   Bob: (9, 0)?  N   Score: 8 vs. 8
Alice: (8, 1)?  N   Bob: (8, 1)?  N   Score: 8 vs. 8
Alice: (7, 2)?  N   Bob: (7, 2)?  N   Score: 8 vs. 8
Alice: (6, 3)?  N   Bob: (6, 3)?  N   Score: 8 vs. 8
Alice: (5, 4)?  N   Bob: (5, 4)?  N   Score: 8 vs. 8
Alice: (4, 5)?  N   Bob: (4, 5)?  N   Score: 8 vs. 8
Alice: (3, 6)?  Y   Bob: (3, 6)?  Y   Score: 9 vs. 9
Alice: (2, 7)?  N   Bob: (2, 7)?  N   Score: 9 vs. 9
Alice: (1, 8)?  N   Bob: (1, 8)?  N   Score: 9 vs. 9
Alice: (0, 9)?  N   Bob: (0, 9)?  N   Score: 9 vs. 9
Alice: (0, 10)?  N   Bob: (0, 10)?  N   Score: 9 vs. 9
Alice: (1, 9)?  N   Bob: (1, 9)?  N   Score: 9 vs. 9
Alice: (2, 8)?  N   Bob: (2, 8)?  N   Score: 9 vs. 9
Alice: (3, 7)?  Y
Alice won!

Categories: JAVA JIF

JIF (Java Information Flow) Compiler Building Using Ant in ubuntu and windows

February 23, 2010 3 comments

JIF Compiler Building Using Ant in ubuntu and windows:

JIF Compiler Building

  1. Ubuntu
  2. Windows

a. Ubuntu

I.            Download the JIF compiler from http://www.cs.cornell.edu/jif/

II.            Save in ur folder, in my case /home/mohsin/jif-3.3.1/

III.          Use the command $sudo unzip /home/mohsin/jif-3.3.1

IV.          Set the path of JIF Environment Variable using this command $export JIF=/home/mohsin/jif-3.3.1

V.            Now install Apache Ant, java-6-sun-1.6, g++ using command sudo sudo apt-get install Package_Name

VI.          After installing above programming software, set the following environment using following command

  1. export JIF=/home/mohsin/jif-3.3.1
  2. export JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun-1.6.0.15/
  3. export ANT_HOME=/usr/bin/ant
  4. export CLASSPATH=.
  5. export PATH=$JAVA_HOME:$PATH: $JIF/bin
  6. export CLASSPATH=$CLASSPATH:$JIF/test/

VII.            Run $ ant configure; This ensures that the classpath is set appropriately, and creates the executable scripts $JIF/bin/jifc and $JIF/bin/jif.
VIII.         Run $ ant jif-runtime; This compiles the $JIF/rt-src directory. Some of the code in this directory is C++ code, and the compilation of this code is platform-specific. Jif requires the C++ compiler g++ to be available to compile this code.
IX.             Run $ ant; This compiles the $JIF/src, $JIF/sig-src and $JIF/lib-src directories. The resulting .class files for the source code in $JIF/src, $JIF/sig-src and $JIF/lib-src will be stored in $JIF/classes, $JIF/sig-classes and $JIF/lib-classes respectively.
X.              You are now ready to try out Jif

b. Windows

All the above steps are same; just for native lib execution by c++ compiler. We use Cygwin.

Categories: JAVA JIF

ERP Project Cycle and ERP Implementation (Failure vs Success)

February 16, 2010 Leave a comment

I found a good stuff having a complete ERP Implementation Project Cycle.

its good stuff.

found link here:

http://it.toolbox.com/wiki/index.php/ERP_Project_Cycle

another link of ERP Implementation (Failure vs Success)

found link here

http://it.toolbox.com/wiki/index.php/ERP_Implementation

Categories: OpenERP