The api seems to be 'form' transfer based, so you can for example send
in a 'p30 form' only. There is published XML schema for each form
I would think it's within the scope of any final year student to add
support for some forms. Of course the data presented within the form
must also be correct ;)
There is a list of propitiatory software supporting each 'form' here -
ROS provide a development support email address rosdevsupport at revenue.ie
Considering the commercial benefit (and what people shell out for
commercial software) I would imagine some businesses, especially those
using the erp software, would be also willing to donate.
On 15/09/2011 19:57, Frank Duignan wrote:
> How well specified is the ROS interface - is it within the scope of a
> final year computer science student to add this?
>> On 15 September 2011 18:54, Michael Jonker<michael at reviveyourpc.ie> wrote:
>> Some interesting points regarding localisation for FOSS ERP solutions were
>> raised in the previous topic on the thread.
>>>> If anybody is interested in playing around with OpenERP and addressing some
>> of the issues (summarised below) , I have a deployment running on my home
>>http://openerp.reviveyourpc.ie/openerp>>>> username: guest
>> password: revive
>>>> Drop me a private mail if you want an instance with full admin privileges.
>>>> Just to note - I am experiencing a small bug in the reverse proxy, so if any
>> menu item seems stuck or the page just goes white - hit the browser refresh.
>> -Tie in with ROS
>> -General support for VAT
>> -Support for the "accrual" and "cash-accounting" VAT schemes
>> -Where needed, for the accrual scheme on purchases, and "cash accounting" on
>> -Suitable GL accounts and report layouts.
>>>> What I know about accounting is more than dangerous, so I am unable to even
>> ask the correct questions, but I do have an interest in OpenERP's
>> suitability for the Irish market.
>>>> Michael Jonker
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