Tag: MySQL

Item Bin Report with Bulk Bins

In my previous post, I showed you an item bin report. This allows you to see what bin an item resides in in your warehouse without having to wade into the Item History screen (or keeping unauthorized employees from needing to ask employees that have access to these screens). What I presented there was actually …

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Setting up FileZilla and MySQL

To fully utilize the capabilities of your reporting sandbox, there are a couple tools in XAMPP that you will need to utilize, FileZilla and MySQL.

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Returning Sales Tax data for Washington State with PHP

Washington State introduced some interesting tax rules back in 2008. Where previously sales tax was calculated at the point of sale, it was changed to be point of delivery. This was a huge distinction for companies that make deliveries. In addition, the state requires tax reporting to be broken down by district. So prior to …

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