OpenXava es una herramienta para el Desarrollo Rápido de aplicaciones Web,
apropiada para aplicaciones de gestión y orientadas a bases de datos.
OpenXava permite desarrollar aplicaciones simplemente escribiendo clases del
dominio con Java o Groovy. La interfaz de usuario se genera automáticamente
en tiempo de ejecución, sin generación de código.
OpenXava 4.6 tiene algunas nuevas funcionalidades muy interesantes, como por
Generación de reportes personalizados desde la lista.
Es posible personalizar el modo lista definiendo tu propio editor.
Puedes asignar un objeto del modelo (una entidad o un objeto transitorio) a
una vista para llenarla con datos.
En las pruebas jUnit ahora es posible verificar el contenido de los PDFs
Nueva anotación @RowAction para colecciones.
Etiquetas y mensajes disponibles en ruso.
El nombre de archivo de los informes genera... (more)
How very cool to see that an iPhone Application for SAP Business One get
featured in a top story in the Silicon Alley Insider. Although, this was
a list of the most expensive iPhone apps.
To check out the original story go here: The 10 Most Expensive iPhone Apps
To see the iPhone app in action, view product features, or buy it, go here:
MATG SAP Business One
To check out the app's publisher, go here: My Accounts To Go
To check out the full story, click the title of the post or click Read More
Manufacturing software vendors are making aggressive moves to the cloud. In
the past year alone, four vendors rolled out a full suite
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offerings for the industry. That brings the
current tally of SaaS players in the manufacturing arena to five: Epicor
Express, Infor SyteLine, NetSuite, Plex, and SAP Business ByDesign.
The buzz around the cloud has manufacturers asking if a cloud solution is
right for them. To help answer that question, I'll explore the features and
functionality each vendor offers, and the ideal target market for each. Many
more vendors are redesigning their software for the cloud, but I thought I
would spotlight the five that are already there.
First, here's a brief introduction to the vendors.
In May of 2010, Epicor released Epicor Manufacturing Express Edition (Epicor
Express), the SaaS version of their Epicor 9 produc... (more)
OpenXava is a framework for Rapid Java Web Development, well-suited for
business and database oriented applications.
OpenXava allows you develop applications just by writing simple domain
classes with Java or Groovy. The user interface is generated automatically in
runtime, without code generation.
OpenXava 4.5 has some new interesting features such as:
Support for all strategies of JPA inheritance mapping. Data for list and
collections is obtained via JPA, before JDBC was used. Automated Business
Logic (ABL) library added. All new layout architecture (the code that paints
the UI). It still in BETA but can be activated with layout.painter in
And many other useful new features and bug fixes.
Support for all strategies of JPA inheritance mapping
This feature has been demanded for long time by the community. Until now only
single table per class hierarch... (more)
Enterprise Resource Planning has traditionally been a software for large
corporates with million dollar technology budgets. But that has been changing
over the past decade with the advent of cloud based ERP systems. According to
a survey conducted by Sage, nearly 30% of finance managers at UK based SMEs
believe that cloud could make ERP more affordable or viable to them. In
another study published by Gartner, the top five fastest growing ERP vendors
today are all SaaS companies. Even the larger, mature SaaS players like
NetSuite have registered exponential growth rates of nearly 40% while the
traditional on-premise vendors like Oracle and SAP are showing signs of
The growth of cloud has brought about a dramatic shift in the demographics of
a typical ERP customer. According to Gartner, there is an urgent need for
larger enterprises to realize the cultur... (more)
Here is a video on Landed Costs in SAP Business One. The Landed Cost
document allows you to associate shipping and freight costs with the cost of
an item upon receipt into inventory. The Landed Cost document in
SAP Business One is a straightforward and efficient way of allocating costs,
especially for those small and mid-size companies still forced to do it in
While this primarily applies to companies that import goods from overseas,
landed costs can be used to allocate freight cost for any transaction. Check
back soon for another post on allocating freight costs in a more simplified
Click Read More to watch this video in Full HD
Another entry in Orchestra's "how to" series is avalable. This one is about
using factors. Factors in SAP Business One 2007 have always been a source
questions, and we wanted to create a video detailing how they affect
quantities in documents. Essentially factors are a series of 4 sequential
multiples that allow you to manipulate quantities of items on document rows.
This can be very helpful for working with multiple units of measure or in a
distribution environment where there are multiple factors affecting the base
unit order quantities. For a more detailed explanation please click the video
below for a complete walkthrough.
Windows 7 is compatible with SAP Business One 2007 and SAP Business One 8.8
Now that windows 7 has been released and all signs are pointing towards a
migration away from windows XP and Vista, a number of questions arise for
Do all my other applications I depend on work on Windows 7?
Will the performance of my applications be affected?
For everyone running SAP Business One, we can answer both of these critical
Does SAP Business One run in Windows 7? YES
Does SAP Business One performance improve with Windows 7? YES
There are also many new features of Windows 7 that will make using business
applications, such as SAP Business One and Crystal Reports, more user
One of the cool little aspects of Windows 7 that will make using SAP Business
One even easier to use:
For those of you who frequently have multiple windows of SBO open, Window... (more)
ERP Pavillion at Cloud Expo
ERP.com (www.erp.com), a leading ERP industry site for enterprise resource
planning community site that brings together ERP professionals and enterprise
software vendors with the latest enterprise technology information and free
resources such as the ERP Application Database and ERP software selector is a
media sponsor for the much anticipated Cloud Computing Expo on April 19,
Cloud computing, which include web based technologies such as SaaS, software
as a service applications and a fast growing number of ERP technologies that
were historically on-premise software applications are and have been creating
quite a buzz and demand over the last five years as a lower cost, easier and
higher return alternative to traditional software applications installed on
in house servers.
"We are proud to be media sponsors of the Cloud Computing con... (more)
ERP Journal on Ulitzer
In follow up to my recent blog entry, Top Ten ERP Software Predictions for
2010, our latest poll asks what your ERP software plans are for 2010.
Are you planning on replacing your current software, upgrading, or simply
trying to utilize more of the existing functionality?
Take a moment to answer the poll question and then check back to see how the
poll results are shaping up.
Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to
participate in this post's poll.
The results to this poll and all prior poll are available via our resource
ERP at Cloud Expo
Although it is one of the key success factors for any ERP implementation,
organizational change management can be difficult to quantify and
rationalize. However, a preview of our 2010 ERP benchmark study results
begin to quantify the importance of a comprehensive organizational change
So far, over 2,000 organizations have participated in our study and we plan
to publish results to our clients beginning early next year. In the
meantime, here are a few highlights from the study.
Highlights from Panorama’s Upcoming 2010 ERP Benchmark Study
Over 40% of organizations are dealing with significant change concurrent with
a new ERP system rollout. An ERP system rollout alone will impose significant
pressures on an organization and its resources. Throw in other changes,
such as a new CEO, acquisition of another company, or layoffs, and t... (more)