TurboCASH5 MySQL and Postgress database types

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TurboCASH5 MySQL and Postgress database types

TurboCASH Build 871 (osFinancials 4-0-0-r) summary

The new version has a first support for mysql and postgress this makes it even more flexible. Now make your pick on one of the 3 databases when creating a new set of books.

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Use our manual to set up a demo (mysql / postgress) and start helping out finding the remaining bugs. - See
- Video for MySQL/Postgress

A list of the fixes in build 871 - 871-FIXED-Postgress-MySQL.pdf

A list of the known issues in build 871 - 871-KNOWN-ISSUES-Postgress-mysql.pdf

A list of the known issues for Reports in build 871 - 871-KNOWN-ISSUES-Reports-MySQL-Postgress.pdf

Download - TurboCASH5 - Build 871

Firebird - recommended for normal users

MySQL - recommended for normal users

Postgess - recommended for advanced users

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Batch Balance Auto Modifies to $10,000

Started by ccbamatx. Last reply by ccbamatx Oct 2, 2015. 11 Replies

I am running 962 on mysql server.Every time I enter balanced transactions into a batch and click balance, the two transactions are modified to $10,000... regardless of the amount.Alternatively, if I…Continue

Where to report bugs

Started by Retief Kotze. Last reply by Philip Copeman Sep 21, 2015. 2 Replies

"A message from ccbamatx to all members of TurboCASH5 MySQL and Postgress database types on turbocash! I am running on TurboCash 4.0.0.962.... the latest download on sourceforge. I have set up an…Continue

Possible to migrate existing database?

Started by Retief Kotze Jan 22, 2015. 0 Replies

Is it possible to migrate an existing database with one script? Is such a script available?The only alternative I can think of at this stage is to export everything, reformat, and then import into…Continue

Tags: MySql, database, migrate

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