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The Book of Ninja

PostPosted: Tue Dec 25, 2018 6:27 pm
by red1
I am now writing out the awesome amazing super Ninja's user manual and have uploaded its first good enough chapters to get many newbies to Ninja started. You should be already familiar with iDempiere development to read this. ... f/download

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Re: The Book of Ninja

PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2019 6:02 am
by red1
I made the Ninja more super while up in the 14 Celsius freezing air of Cameron Highlands the last 2 days, and last night, upon return to warm climate and a good rest, finalized it packable in the Ninja plugin.

Now, you need not export out the Module Generator tabs information from the Excel! Yes, no more save as CSVs of the Header, Model and Code makers sheets, and then zip them and then attach them and then Import them. Just one process does all of the above.

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There is now a new Process button on the Gear icon of Module Generator's main header tab. Clicking on it will allow you to specify the path where your Excel spreadsheet you are working on at the moment!

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So you can have real good WYSIWYG here. Remember the Excel referencing already allows proper normal layout of Table data model and data types. Just run the process and immediately the result below is there! Also note you can always use the Saved Parameters to recall back your Excel path.

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Now you can then run the GenerateModule process right away!

Made a movie here.

Re: The Book of Ninja

PostPosted: Sat Feb 02, 2019 1:29 pm
by red1
Now i made it to Migrate Data directly! Here i tested on the ProductMigration.xlsx and in 3 seconds it is over!

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Re: The Book of Ninja

PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 5:42 pm
by red1
Now it can reverse or export out any Table up to Menu level. The results will appear in the ModelMakerSource sheet of the xls!

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This means Ninja can be a good replacement for 2Pack! Able to export out new data models and import them back in.

Re: The Book of Ninja

PostPosted: Mon May 06, 2019 7:49 am
by red1
Made auto tab editor layout where subsequent fields set column X Position = 3.

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