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Bradley Kuhn (bkuhn) - 8 years ago 2013-11-15 17:06:06
bkuhn@ebb.org
Evaluation should be sub-headed better.
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## Detailed Evaluation
 

	
 
## Evaluation of [[Reporting|UseCases/GeneratingReports]] UseCases
 
### Evaluation of [[Reporting|UseCases/GeneratingReports]] UseCases
 
- [[Trial Balance Report|UseCases/GeneratingReports#trial-balance]]: Yes
 
- [[Bank Reconciliation Report|UseCases/GeneratingReports#bank-reconcilation]]: Yes, seems ok
 
- [[Chart of Accounts|UseCases/GeneratingReports#chart-of-accounts]]: Yes
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- [[Expense Report|UseCases/GeneratingReports#expense-report]]: Not obviously
 
  there, but should be easy given the number of reports available.
 

	
 
## Evaluation of [[Reporting|UseCases/GeneratingReports]] UseCases for Fund Accounting
 
### Evaluation of [[Reporting|UseCases/GeneratingReports]] UseCases for Fund Accounting
 

	
 
It seems FrontAccounting's "Dimension" feature likely can do all of these,
 
since it seems you can limit any of the above reports by "Dimension".
 

	
 
## Evaluation of [[Fund Accounting|UseCases/FundAccounting]] UseCases
 
### Evaluation of [[Fund Accounting|UseCases/FundAccounting]] UseCases
 

	
 
- [[Fund-only View|UseCases/FundAccounting#fund-view]]: No, seems to be no way to
 
restrict a user to a specific Dimension.
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- [[Ignore Funds for operations|UseCases/FundAccounting#fundless-view]]:
 
  Yes, dimensions appear to be purely informative.
 

	
 
# Evaluation of [[Double-entry Accounting|UseCases/DoubleEntryAccounting]] UseCases
 
### Evaluation of [[Double-entry Accounting|UseCases/DoubleEntryAccounting]] UseCases
 

	
 
- Does the system implement pure double-entry accounting?  Yes, it appears to
 
  do so.
 

	
 
# Evaluation of [[TrackingDocumentation|UseCases/TrackingDocumentation]] UseCases
 
### Evaluation of [[TrackingDocumentation|UseCases/TrackingDocumentation]] UseCases
 

	
 
- Does the system
 
  [[link up to external documentation|UseCases/TrackingDocumentation#document-link-up]]?
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- Does it have a [[the ability to explore transactions via documentation linkage|UseCases/TrackingDocumentation#document-link-explore]]?
 
  Not that I can find.
 

	
 
# Evaluation of [[Handling multiple currencies|UseCases/MultiCurrency]] UseCases
 
### Evaluation of [[Handling multiple currencies|UseCases/MultiCurrency]] UseCases
 

	
 
- Does it support the concept of
 
  [[a single functional currency|UseCases/MultiCurrency]], while still
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  However, it doesn't appear that you can confine those to a single
 
  transaction.
 

	
 
## Evaluation of WorkFlow UseCases
 
### Evaluation of WorkFlow UseCases
 
- Is a
 
  [[specific workflow dictated by the system|UseCases/WorkFlow#workflow-dictated]]
 
  ?  It does appear that there are certain automated operations that occur
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- [[Purchase Order required|UseCases/WorkFlow#purchase-order-required]] ?
 
  Seems that way.
 

	
 
# Evaluation of the [[Reading and Reporting API|UseCases/ReadingAPI]]
 
### Evaluation of the [[Reading and Reporting API|UseCases/ReadingAPI]]
 

	
 
Interaction with the data seems to happen with embedded SQL statements
 
intermixed with PHP code.  Thus, writing SQL statements is really the only
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specifically innovative about the data model, this is no better nor worse
 
than most other projects of this nature.
 

	
 
# Evaluation of the [[Storage API|UseCases/StorageAPI]]
 
### Evaluation of the [[Storage API|UseCases/StorageAPI]]
 

	
 
Again, SQL appears to be the only way to interact with the storage of
 
double-entry data.  Double-entry data does not appear to be segmented away
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