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How do I prepare an invoice?
« on: June 02, 2011, 12:24:41 pm »
Is there a FengOffice module available for creating invoices? or do I have to do this manually using the time tracking reports generated?


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Re: How do I prepare an invoice?
« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2011, 10:16:03 am »
I don't think any module handles invoicing. Plugins are here:  but none of them seem to handle it either. This might be something you could sponsor with Feng to get it developed. I think they have a policy where users can contribute to the development of new functionality. See here:


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Re: How do I prepare an invoice?
« Reply #2 on: June 24, 2011, 02:06:46 pm »
There currently is no invoice module in Feng Office yet, but if anyone would like to develop one or help sponsoring it, feel free more than welcome. For futher details you may contact

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Re: How do I prepare an invoice?
« Reply #3 on: July 23, 2011, 05:02:39 pm »
I'm evaluating other web-based Open Source billing apps for integration with Feng Office.  So far the short list is:
  • www -dot- simpleinvoices -dot- org - Framework: Hybrid, mainly ZF
  • www -dot- myclientbase -dot- com - Framework: CodeIgniter
I'm leaning towards MyClientBase (MCB) - it is very clean and compliant CodeIgniter, and has a good "custom module" (plugin) mechanism.   The integration will be not be tight, just a bridge that pushes user, password, company & contact table updates from Feng to MCB, and  I might put it in a FO tab.

Naturally I'd prefer it if there was basic invoicing included in FO.

Ideas are welcome...


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Re: How do I prepare an invoice?
« Reply #4 on: July 30, 2011, 09:59:45 pm »
Hi - good to see some work on this. There was a thread about using bambooinvoice as well but do not know what is happening.

I have been looking around for something to use and as well as the two you mention and bamboo, there is also Argentum, which seems a bit clumsy and buggy, but does have projects and tickets that could be mapped to workspaces and time slices and siwapp, which looks pretty good too.

For my purposes, Simpleinvoices looks best. It seems to be the easiest to enter the invoice data into - can set up items and the unit cost and just add the number of - in my case - hours.

MyClientBase seems to be a bit too slow to make invoices to. You need click through too many pages to add items to it (and the demo on opensourcecms keeps giving me errors). I may install it and take a better look when I have time.

I have not looked at the code or done any more serious evaluation than that. Be interested to hear how you are going with it - try to help out where I can :-)


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