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@wscharinger Thank you very much for the offer. There are two sources of documentation, a wiki and general documentation (still in work) at adempiere.gitbook.io/docs. In the gitbook, you can find info on setting up a development environment. You should also be familiar with the software development procedures we follow. I'm not sure that any specific documents have been generated yet about the new interface. The source code is likely the best option there. The wiki is the best option for new documents. You can request an account at http://wiki.adempiere.net/Special:RequestAccount (sorry its a bit involved - the spam attacks are relentless).
With the above, you should be able to generate and test the new interface locally.
For automated testing, I'd have to defer to the team as to the best approach. We have an older web testing framework called sahi which is embedded in the main project which could be used but may take some effort to convert to the new interface. That might be a good parallel area of development.
You might also consider hosting a test server locally or using one provided by the community to perform user testing.
I am doing an Adempiere upgrade from Adempiere 380 to 393
and I am moving from a windows os to ubuntu os
I have the Adempiere 393 installed and running on the ubuntu server.
I did a postgres backup of the 380 database and restored it with postgress
on the Ubuntu server.
However when I try to apply the migration scripts (ie RUN_MigrateXML )
I get a very large number of errors.
Am I missing a step here?
This first four-month period I want to focus on the modularization and modernization of our construction and dependency management tools, Java and Tomcat update, and add support for Scala and Kotlin.
That is why I created this project to manage this process
So any comment, or doubt is welcome
Tree Maintenancewindows. In your Client admin account, you should be able to maintain the trees. The
Treewindow has a button
Verify Treethat should fix your issue. See https://adempiere.gitbook.io/docs/introduction/system-administration/general-rules/system-settings#trees-and-tree-maintenance