bengt at thuree.com
Thu May 25 03:59:35 EDT 2006
GnuCash stores a transaction log, which you can use together with the last
saved datafile to restore (actually replay) most (if not all)
Perhaps you can check the following chapter in the guide?
On To, 2006-05-25, 13:27, Ben Pracht skrev:
> Feature Request:
> I'd like the ability to have GnuCash save every transaction after it's
> completed. It can be an option disabled by default.
> I've just entered I don't know how many transactions, and I suddenly got
> some sort of crash, followed by the submit bug report dialog. Now I
> lost I don't know how many transactions. This is extremely irritating.
> How am I supposed to know what got entered and saved and what did not?
> I really don't care how extreme this is, it's extremely irritating when
> crashes happen, and since they cannot be avoided, GnuCash ought to
> not trust itself until the next user save.
> I'm using GnuCash 1.8.11.
> Ben Pracht
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