mikee at saxicola.idps.co.uk
Mon Jun 7 12:17:10 EDT 2010
On Sunday June 6 2010 22:40:17 Sebastian Held wrote:
> Am Sonntag, 6. Juni 2010, 10:26:38 schrieb Mike Evans:
> > On Saturday June 5 2010 22:29:19 Derek Atkins wrote:
> > > Munroe Sollog <sollog at digiraticonsulting.com> writes:
> > > > I would like to see what kind of interest there is for an invoice
> > > > importer. I see it on the Wish List page, but I don't see any
> > > > discussion about it. We use a web based invoicing system and would
> > > > love to be able to import/dump invoices into GnuCash. This would
> > > > save a lot of time for the bookkeeper. If our situation is uncommon
> > > > then I fully understand this feature being ignored/postponed/niced.
> > > > If we are not alone, what have other people done to solve this
> > > > inconvenience? We are currently entering the invoices in twice (once
> > > > to GnuCash and once to our invoicing system).
> > >
> > > I'd certainly be interested in seeing something that would pull in
> > > items out of gnotime (Gnome Time Tracker) and build an invoice out of
> > > it. So yes, something to import invoices would be nice.
> > >
> > > -derek
> > I track my clients billable time using a mysql based application and was
> > hoping do this using the Python interface, so far though I've been unable
> > to figure out how to get the python gnucash_business functions working.
> I did some work on this topic already:
> I'm not sure, if the patch applies to the current development version. But
> it may serve as a start point... I've no time to finish the patch.
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I have your patch compiling and running but I need to test the import, do have
a test.csv for invoices, or an example of the format it expects?
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