Develop ERP Software using VB & SQL Server. (2005 & 2008)
Learn and Master ERP software development with VB and SQL Server. (works on both 2005 and 2008 versions).
ERP software development made easy.
Develop all the five modules of an ERP software - Finance, Sales and Marketing, Inventory, Purchase and Manufacturing.
Program an ERP software for the .Net platform.
Master creating the Finance module including Chart of accounts, creation of Customer accounts, Vendor accounts, Banks, Cash / Check Vouchers and Cash / Check Receipts.
Master creating the Sales module including Sales order creation, Picking sales orders for packing and shipping, creating sales invoice, tracking back orders.
Master creating the Purchase module including Purchase order, receiving materials and Purchase invoice.
Master creating the Inventory module including creation of items and issuing materials for completing Work orders.
Buy the book (includes source code) and get a ready ERP system.
Books include source code for each layer which you can extend and customize to meet your needs.
Build an ERP software which is multi-layered, with a database back-end in SQL Server.
The database portion of the ERP software is built as separate layer called Data layer which contains database, tables and stored procedures for the ERP system.
The business logics of the ERP software is built as separate layer called Business Layer which contains classes to implement business logics.
Component based design to enable independent use of each module.
The data access logic is implemented as separate layer called Data Access layer which is a generalized component and can be used for any other .net application.
The user interface of the ERP software is implemented as separate layer called Presentation layer which contains validations, code for programming the controls and calling code of the Business layer.
Master programming TreeView control - display multiple relationships between groups and accounts and Bill of materials.
Master programming DataGridView control - for accepting multiple items in Sales orders, Sales invoice, etc.
Master ERP software application architecture design.
Learn how to use Data Access layer component in the Business layer of the ERP software.
Learn how to use Business Layer component in the Presentation layer of the ERP software.
Create menus and sub menus programmatically for the ERP software.
Design and program the Bill of materials feature including table structures.
Accepting and handling raw materials, sub assemblies, finished products and consumables.
Understand the difference between logical vs physical layers.
Optimize business objects to implement multiple business processes in an organization.
Optimize data entry forms (windows forms) to implement multiple business processes in an organization.
Implement business rules in the Business layer.
Format and set the datagrid and bind the grid with the Dataset.
Retrieve, Traverse the dataset and fill the Listbox.
Steps to interact with the Data Access Layer.
Implement double entry rules in an ERP software.
Transaction management between Layers using TransactionScope object.
Add checkbox control in the datagrid to tick the packing and shipping sales orders.
Place items under different item types - Raw material, Finished product, Consumable or Sub assembly.
Retrieve components for a parent item in the Bill of materials product structure.
Create reports like Stock ledger, Cash book, General ledger, Trial balance, Income statement, Pending sales orders, back orders etc.
Update both finance and inventory tables from sales and purchase invoice transactions.
List of Books and Contents
Database Programming Book
Database Programming Book Contents
ERP Book Contents
ERP ASP.Net Book
ERP ASP.Net Book Contents
Visual Basic Book
Visual Basic Book Contents
Inventory Software Book
Inventory Software Book Contents
Asp Book Contents
ERP Software Features
Why Read ERP .Net Books
Frequently Asked Questions
GridView CommandField example
GridView and DetailsView Master/Detail page using SqlDataSource control
POCO overview and advantages - POCO class, Entity Framework in Enterprise Applications
Query entity data model using linq to entities
Difference between arraylist and list collection
How to create a Web service using Visual Studio.net
FormView DataBound Event
Calling base class constructor in C#
Convert a sequence to a generic list using ToList()method
ERP Software Development
Project ideas for students
Creating an ASP.Net MVC 3 application
Using assemblies in .net applications
How to implement form validation using ASP.Net 2.0 Validation Controls
Constructors in Visual Basic.Net
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