How to Host MixERP in Interserver Shared Hosting?

Binod Nirvan
2019-05-17T17:57:15.548Z

MixERP not only supports multi-tenancy but also shared hosting environments. In this tutorial I will show you how to host MixERP with SQL Server in one of the most popular ASP.net hosting service providers-- Interserver.

Hosting MixERP with Interserver

Because of their awesome support and blazingly fast servers, Interserver is regarded as one of the best and most affordable web hosting companies. Having been a professional web host for over 19 years, Interserver have been praised for their server quality, speed, and friendly support staff.

Purchase Interserver ASP.net Hosting

Purchase any ASP.net web hosting plan that fits your need. Once your account is activated, log in to your Plesk control panel.

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MixERP PgDoc on OSX and Linux

Binod Nirvan
2015-01-21T13:15:00-05:00

MixERP PgDoc is a console-based application that creates beautiful PostgreSQL database documentation. The  first release supported Windows and with the second release today, we now support OSX and Linux (tested on OSX Yosemite and Ubuntu 14.4). Please make sure you  have Mono installed first before you download PgDoc here:

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PostgreSQL Database Documentation Generator: pgdoc

Binod Nirvan
2015-01-18T13:15:00-05:00

We chose PostgreSQL database for our ERP software MixERP, which is going Beta 1 release very soon. Unlike other ERP solutions which support PostgreSQL, we do not use PostgreSQL just to merely only store the tables. In fact, we try and take the full advantage of PostgreSQL database power and capabilities. Just to remind you, MixERP is an open source ERP solution, which has been undergoing development since a year. Despite of being a very small team, we have been getting a substantial number of requests for our database design.

Since we needed a good documentation generator, I investigated the existing tools which could do that. I was not so pleased with the existing tools related to documentation generation. I thought I would give it a try myself.

For the task, I used C#.net and Npgsql, and of course PostgreSQL, as well. During the last few days, I was in PostgreSQL documentation site all the time:

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