This video shows how to connect to a local database.

Most of the perspectives in Biluna store the user entered data in a database. The perspectives represent a 'type of work', for example: the ACC perspective deals with accounting.

The 'Read more' section of this article explains how to create and setup a local database from scratch.

This short video shows you how to enter your first sales invoice (manually) in to the Biluna Accounting system. Later videos will show how to create invoices within Biluna and how to generate the booking automatically.

There are four (4) main type of entries or bookings you can do in accounting:

  • Debtor, your sales invoices
  • Creditor, your purchase invoices
  • Bank and/or cash transfers
  • Memorial, all other internal bookings

Shows how to enter a purchase invoice in the Biluna Accounting software. The example is about a manual entry and shows the first Trail Balance sheet update

The purchase invoices are entered similarly as the sales invoices in the accounting perspective. At the part of the window you create the document and in the lower part you enter the line items of the purchase invoice. Usually this will be one line item with the total amount of the invoice.

Shows the entry of a bank statement (manually) and the allocation or reconciliation with a purchase invoice. Later videos will show how to import bank statements automatically.

Bank and cash bookings are the actual transfer of money from a customer or supplier to you or between bank or cash accounts. The money transfer is done based on (purchase) invoices received or (sales) invoices send. The invoices represent the fact why the money is transferred.