GnuCash and Postgres
warlord at MIT.EDU
Tue Aug 23 12:46:32 EDT 2005
Unfortunately no.. Even worse, the gnucash business features are not
by the postgres backend...
The SQL Backend is in the middle of a rewrite, but there's no estimate on when
it will be done. The developers working on it have been side-tracked for a
long time (I'm hoping they are still making progress, but we've not heard from
them in a while).
Personally, I wouldn't depend on the (current) PG Backend for real data.
Quoting Carlos Correia <carlos at m16e.com>:
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> We are evaluating the possibility of using GnuCash for accountancy.
> So far so good, but we also need to insert records in GnuCash from our
> ERP system which uses PostgreSQL, so we were thinking of also using
> PostgreSQL as a backend for GnuCash.
> So the question is: is there anything like a Data Dictionary or any
> document where the database layout is described?
> Carlos Correia
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