Desktop based calls,meetings,tasks,accounts,contacts,leads,opportunities,projects,cases,documents,bugs .Customer invoices,orders,accounts receivables,contracts,supplier invoices,orders ,inventory transfers ,multiple locations,inventory control.
Quick add calls,meetings,tasks from a desktop application ... click in systray and add record.Desktop calendar with auto refresh. Also accounts,contacts,leads,opportunities,projects,cases,documents,bugs and advanced invoice system
Query Abstraction Layer
Project has moved to: https://github.com/OptimalBPM/qal QAL is a collection of libraries for mining, transforming and writing data from and to a number of places. Sources and destinations include different SQL and NoSQL backends, file formats like .csv, XML and excel. Even untidy HTML web pages. It has a database abstraction layer that supports connectivity to Postgres, MySQL, DB2, Oracle, MS SQL server. JSON and MongoDB is coming. It uses XML/JSON formats(self-generated SQL schemas) for representing queries, transformation and merging, making it scriptable. This means that QAL can be backend agnostic about a subset of SQL features and data types. Of course custom SQL:s are also supported. It is currently distributed as a Python 3 Library (pip3 install python3-qal) and Debian .deb package. It is related the Optimal BPM project, see its Optimal Sync application for usage examples. The text of this page is released under the Creative Commons Zero Waiver 1.0 (CC0).