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Openbravo ERP

Openbravo ERP

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ER model
Openbravo ERP
Version 2.40Visit us at www.openbravo.com
 
Preface
This document represents Openbravo’s Entity Relation Diagram (ERD), created with dataobtained from the Application Dictionary. The aim of the document is not to get a formalERD, but to get a complete view of the tables and columns behind the functionalities ofOpenbravo ERP.The diagram has been separated into several chapters according to the main functionalmodules of the ERP. The same table might appear in different chapters but only once indetail. This is done to emphasize the relation among the main tables of the chapter with therest of the diagram. All the relations are represented among the examples, but those notrepresentative in the chapter have been deleted.The
not implemented 
columns are those ones that aren’t being used in the ERP. Theycan be part of deleted functionalities, hidden or not used functionalities or they are about tobe developed.The tables of Openbravo have some common characteristics. All tables must have aunique primary key with columnname like
tablename+ ID 
. The table name has to follow theprefix policy:
A:
asset management
AD:
application dictionary
C:
core functionality
I:
import temporary tables and processes
M:
material management
FACT:
Accounting tables.
GL:
general ledger
MA:
manufacturing
MRP:
material resource
S:
service management
CUS, PD, US, ZZ:
personal developments.Common columns of all tables:
Created:
date of record creation.2/ 445
 
CreatedBy:
id of the user that has created the record.
Updated:
date of the last update of the record.
UpdatedBy:
id of the user that has commit the last update.
IsActive:
logic delete of the record.
AD Client ID:
id of the client owner of the record. AD Client ID = 0 is System clientfor System Administrator use.
AD Org ID:
id of the organization owner of the record. AD Org ID = = is Asteriskorganization that shares the record to all the organizations of the client.3/ 445

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