JBooks Information and Support
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more technical descriptions of JBooks.
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JBooks is a Java-based personal finance application. The main
interface is a checkbook-like view, which allows you to enter and see your
is based around an SQL
relational database, using a double-entry system for all transactions. That means that every transaction involves a transfer from one account to another.
Download the latest release of JBooks. It is available at the jbooks sourceforge project site: http://sourceforge.net/projects/jbooks/
- Check out a screen shot of the main window of the JBooks application.
- fixes for running JDK 1.3
- modified package structure
- fixed URLs for Help
- added localized properties for Locale
- increased width of date column for better localized handling
- improved support for different local date formats
- added authentication check, and login dialog
- changed app icon to 48x48
- modifying account balance handles "as of" date properly
- added balance methods
- including IDB internal Java database
- changed database table types to support IDB
- created wizard panels for auto-configuration
- Reports (by date/by account/by category/etc.)
- Printing (reports/ledgers/checks).
- Import/Export of various formats to/from files and other sources.
- Complete documentation and online-help.
- Have edit actions work on transactions rather than just text fields.
- Change Debits and Credits summary fields somehow.
- Preferences dialog(s).
- View->Properties menus/dialogs.
- Have ledger panel auto-scroll to row when new transaction added.
- Be able to view more than one month at a time in the ledger.
- Test and write SQL for various different RDBMS'
- Tell me what you think I should do.
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