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Hi, The agreement number you're connecting with is an administrator agreement number. You must either log in using a company agreement number, or use the alternative ConnectAsAdministrator() method (supplying the administrator agreement number, user ID, password, and company agreement number whose ...
answered May 8, 2012 by Christian Estrup
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Hi, i have a problem with connecting to the webservice of economic. although the login data (agreement, userid, password) is correct (can login on the website) and the api is activated/registered in the settings menu, i still can not access the ...
created May 8, 2012 by sentinel777
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Hi Christian The assembly appears to be working fine, but I'm doing system integration as part of a student project and using the assembly feels like cheating Using SOAP should be equivalent I think while having a slightly lower coupling and ...
answered May 7, 2012 by SuneF
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Hi Sune, If you're using C# anyway, you can utilize the assembly we provide for wrapping the web services. You can pick it up as part of our full SDK here: http//wwwe-conomiccouk/apps/app-partner. Best regards,
answered May 7, 2012 by Christian Estrup
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Hi, I'm trying to use the SOAP services for pulling out data with C#. I keep getting an AuthenticationException, I'm just not sure how to set up the connection state properly. The tutorial has an example with an EconomicWebServiceLocator and a ...
created May 7, 2012 by SuneF
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Hi Christian, Amount due as of todays date is fine - I just suggested the function with a date to make it flexible. I only need todays date /Henrik
answered May 1, 2012 by woodyard
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Hi, For performance reasons, I'd probably lean towards simply exposing a default currency due amount on the Debtor entity - being calculated as of today's date, similar to what's exposed in the GUI customer register. (Calculating back-in-time due amounts is rather ...
answered May 1, 2012 by Christian Estrup
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Christian, Could this be implemented as a SOAP request, eg Debtor_GetAmountDue with customernumber and a date as parameters? /Henrik
answered May 1, 2012 by woodyard
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Hi, For each debtor, call .GetOpenEntries() - this will return a number of DebtorEntry objects, representing not-fully-matched entries on the debtor. Each of these have a Remainder and a RemainderDefaultCurrency, as well as a DueDate - which you can use to ...
answered May 1, 2012 by Christian Estrup
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How do I get the amount due for a debtor or, alternatively, a list of debtors and amounts due...?
created May 1, 2012 by woodyard
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Can anyone help me how to integrate e-conomic api in python-django and generate invoices using customer's data as well as the transaction details are transferred to e-conomic?
answered Apr 12, 2012 by py-eco
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Hi, In the vast majority of cases, you don't actually book en exchange rate difference entry manually. Rather, e-conomic makes this for you automatically when the invoice and payment are matched. Furthermore, the exchange rate difference entry - at least when ...
answered Mar 19, 2012 by Christian Estrup
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We've looked at Remainder on IInvoice but I do not think we can use it unfortunately. If we for example make two bookings on an invoice. One for the paid amount towards a contra account and another small one for exchange ...
answered Mar 15, 2012 by luk
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Hi, We actually have a bit of syntactic sugar for you for just that: The IInvoice interface contains the properties Remainder and RemainderDefaultCurrency - these are really 'shortcuts' to the remainder amounts on the corresponding debtor entry Best regards,
answered Mar 15, 2012 by Christian Estrup
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Hi Christian, Thank you for your quick reply. We basically need to know how much of the amount of the invoice was actually paid. Given an invoice we need to subtract payments such as exchange rate losses etc and get the ...
answered Mar 15, 2012 by luk
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Hi, You cannot retrieve this in any easy way at this time - it's 'a different entry'. What exactly are you trying to achieve? Perhaps we can find another way for you to get there. Best regards,
answered Mar 13, 2012 by Christian Estrup
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We need to import debtorpayments registered in e-conomic to our system. We're using Debtor_GetEntries but we can't figure out how to get the contra account specified when the payment was registered. The data we get is: (DebtorEntryData){ Handle = (DebtorEntryHandle){ SerialNumber ...
created Mar 12, 2012 by luk
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I've forked this project on GitHub and in time I hope to get around to pushing changes back. Maybe it's useful for you: https://github.com/sniku/PyEconomic
answered Feb 29, 2012 by holsta
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I'm using Python and I can access the API like this from sudsclient import Client c = Client('https//wwwe-conomiccom/secure/api1/EconomicWebServiceasmx?WSDL') cserviceConnect(350413, 'Ana', 'vuu**** ') It logs me in correctly and now I want to create an order but I don't know how. Can ...
created Feb 28, 2012 by niklas
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Thanks for the link. I understand that's all the method I can use once I am connected. But how to get connected using python? I can use a library called suds for a SOAP client and then it seems I can ...
answered Feb 28, 2012 by niklas

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