The APK file can be used to install the Android version of the Sales Manager app, if for some reason you cannot download it from Google Play. The file is placed on an SD card, and then installed on to your device. This process is known as sideloading.
7You will have to make sure that the security settings on your device allow apps to be installed from sources other than Google Play, and you will also need an app that will let you install other apps. A file manager will usually do this for you, and there are plenty of free ones to choose from.
|Date||15 March 2018|
This release only runs on Android 4.0.3 and above.
This is a Microsoft Access application, that can be used to sync with a company database on the hosting service. Either Microsoft Access or SQL Server can be used for local storage, allowing it to be used in a multi-user environment. A copy of Microsoft Access 2002 or above is required. Full instructions can be found in the user manual.
|Date||28 March 2016|
The guide book covers the use of the Android version of the mobile app.
|Date||27 October 2016|
This archive contains various types of sample data that can be used with the Sales Manager. There are CSV files for uploading data to the hosting service, images for the products in the demo company, and an initialisation file for creating custom fields on the order header and order detail records. Instructions for using these files can be found in the user manual.
|Date||15 July 2015|
This archive contains the scripts required to set up a web server for the Sales Manager. It includes the server-side scripts for the PHP, ASP and ASP.Net languages, and SQL scripts to create MySQL and SQL server databases. Full instructions for setting up a web server can be found in the user manual.
|Date||5 May 2015|
This archive contains two XML files. Users who want to translate the app into their native language can download this file, and return their translations to us. The translations have to be bound in to the app when it is built.
invoice.xml contains the text used in invoices. This is a small file that is easy to translate. The invoice is the only customer facing text that the system generates. This text is used by both the Android and the iOS app.
strings.xml contains all the other text used by the Android app. Translating this is a much bigger task, and something that will require periodical updates. This text is not used by the iOS app.
|Date||28 August 2016|
The user manual covers system administration, and some advanced aspects of the mobile app.
|Date||25 March 2016|