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       tinyerp_server - Server for Tiny ERP

SYNOPSIS [options]


       TinyERP  is  an  Enterprise Resource Planning and Customer Relationship
       Management software package. It is developed to  meet  changing  needs.
       The  main  functional features are: CRM and SRM, analytic and financial
       accounting,  double-entry  stock  management,   sales   and   purchases
       management,  tasks  automation,  a  help desk, marketing campaigns, and
       vertical modules  for  very  specific  businesses.  Technical  features
       include a distributed server, flexible workflows, an object database, a
       dynamic GUI, customizable reports, and a SOAP and XML-RPC interface.


       -h, --help
              Print this help message and exit.

              Print the program’s version number and exit.

       -c FILE, --config=FILE
              Specify an alternate config file.  By  default,  tinyerp  server
              uses ~/.terp_serverrc

       -s, --save
              Save  the  configuration  to  ~/.terp_serverrc.  By default, the
              options given on the command line are not saved.

       -p PORT, --port=PORT
              Specify the TCP port the server  should  use.  By  default,  the
              server uses the port 8069.

              Specify the network interface the server should be bound to. You
              probably want to set it to the IP address of the  computer.   By
              default,  the  server  is bound to ’localhost’ and thus can only
              accept connections from clients on the same computer.

       -d DATABASE, --database=DATABASE
              Specify the database name (default terp).

       -i MODULE, --init=MODULE
              Initialize a module (use "all" for all modules).  Warning:  this
              will erase the data concerning that module!

       -u MODULE, --update=MODULE
              Update a module (use "all" for all modules).

              Specify the price accuracy.

       -v, --verbose
              Enable verbose mode.


       Use  these  options  to translate Tiny ERP in another language. See the
       i18n section of the user manual. Option ’-l’ is mandatory.

       -l LANGUAGE, --language=LANGUAGE
              Specify the language of the translation file. Use this option in
              combination with --i18n-export or --i18n-import.

              Export all sentences to be translated to FILEPATH.

              Import   the  CSV  file  at  FILEPATH.  It  should  contain  the
              translations for the language specified with the -l option.




       Tiny ERP is a product of (


       terp_serverrc(5) tinyerp(1) : Tiny ERP homepage