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LedgerSMB::DBObject::Draft(3pm) 			User Contributed Perl Documentation			   LedgerSMB::DBObject::Draft(3pm)

LedgerSMB::DBObject::Draft - LedgerSMB base class for managing "drafts." SYNOPSIS
This module contains the methods for managing unapproved, unbatched financial transactions. This does not contain facities for creating such transactions, only searching for them, and posting them to the books. METHODS
search() returns a list of results for the search criteria. This list is also stored in $draft->{search_resuts} Requres $self->{type} to be one of 'ar', 'ap', or 'gl' Optional hash entries for search criteria are: with_accno: Draft transaction against a specific account. from_date: Earliest date for match to_date: Latest date for match amount_le: total less than or equal to amount_ge: total greater than or equal to approve() Approves the draft identified by the transaction id in $draft->{id}. Once approved, the draft shows up in financial reports. delete() Deletes the draft associated with transaction id in $draft->{id}. Naturally, only unapproved transactions can be deleted. Once posted to the books, a draft may not be deleted. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2009 LedgerSMB Core Team. This file is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2, or at your option any later version. Please see the included License.txt for details. perl v5.14.2 2012-03-25 LedgerSMB::DBObject::Draft(3pm)

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LedgerSMB::DBObject::Menu - Menu Handling Back-end Routines for LedgerSMB SYNOPSIS
Provides the functions for generating the data structures for the LedgerSMB menu. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2007 The LedgerSMB Core Team. Licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2 or at your option any later version. Please see the included COPYRIGHT and LICENSE files for more information. METHODS
new() Inherited from LedgerSMB::DBObject. Please see that documnetation for details. generate() This function returns a list of menu items. Each list item is a hashref: keys %menu_item would return the equivalent of qw(position id level label path args). Returns the complete list and sets $menu->{menu_items} to a referene to th result set, This function does not return an entry for the top-level menu. generate_section() This class acts like Menu::Generate except it returns only a cross-section of the menu. Basically it returns all nodes which are direct children below $object->{parent_id}. will_expire_soon() This method returns true if the user's password will expire soon (within the next week). Copyright (C) 2007 The LedgerSMB Core Team Licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2 or later (at your option). For more information please see the included LICENSE and COPYRIGHT files. perl v5.14.2 2012-03-25 LedgerSMB::DBObject::Menu(3pm)
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