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Looking for SQL open source accounting


Looking for SQL open source accounting

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Gery D. Dorazio
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I am trying to find some open source accounting that can be used in conjunction with the dot NET environment. From what I have researched so far much of the actual controls for accounting systems resides in the database structure. Therefore I am asking this question here in hopes someone may point me in the right direction.

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Gery


Richard O'Sullivan
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Gery,

I was looking for same and came across an Indian crowd whose book Secrets of an Accounting package in .Net and SQL 2000 published by VK Publishers with Full Source Code!

Yeah Right! - If you want to type it all in yourself. What a waste of money. I have it here at half price if anyone wants it.

I requested the source code and was advised that it was not available. The program itself uses the most basic of approaches to accounting - so you'll learn nothing.

Altogether a total waste of time - so avoid like the plague.

I'd be interested in others opinions.

ROS CPA.


Rudyx - the Doctor
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The typed in source code ??? yeah !

... sorry I couldn't resist ...



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Rudy Komacsar
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