The Administration and Setup area contains essential information for setting up xTuple ERP, with an emphasis on installing the database and configuring Postgres for Linux, Mac, and Windows. This area also includes information about important Release Updates.
The documents in this section are guides for understanding and using the xTuple ERP application. The contents are divided into sections based on the functional areas of the software, such as accounting, manufacturing and sales. There are also miscellaneous topics, including how to import data from QuickBooks, ad hoc reporting, and more. Read more »
During a Free Trial of xTuple you are provided with both a Desktop client and a Mobile Web client, two interfaces that connect to the same database in the cloud.
The Desktop Client Demo Guides provide a broad overview of the application as you experience it with the Desktop client. The Desktop client gives access to the complete application, including all features available in the Enterprise Edition of xTuple. Read more »
This page contains links to the product guide and other reference material for OpenRPT, the free report writer included with xTuple ERP. OpenRPT is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License. And it is available in both standalone and embedded versions. It is the featured report writer in all editions of xTuple ERP. OpenRPT is availalble for download on the PostBooks project files page on SourceForge. You can also contact xTuple to learn more about commercial support options.
The worldwide xTuple community has been hard at work creating translations in more than twenty languages. These can be downloaded directly from our Translation Portal. You can also find instructions for installing and using language files, or join one of the translation teams to contribute to a translation. Read more »
This section contains documentation for various web-based interfaces for interacting with the xTuple ERP database. Our approach is to create web interfaces where it makes the most sense--we are not replacing the GUI client with a web-based interface, but rather to expose specific functionality to the web, where it would be useful to have additional inputs from customers, partners, etc. Read more »