All materials and coding you may find at wiki AutoCount for programmer is for education and conceptual purposes.
Programmer may use them as study reference, but be cautious when apply sample and training coding in actual project.
Without throughout understanding of the piece of code, it may result to confusion in the project.
When a programmer uses any piece of code from others in the project, the programmer is liable to the code.
Remove of AutoCount.CommonAccounting.dll does not implicate that classes that were in AutoCount.CommonAccounting.dll are removed.
To better organize the naming, UI and logic, system engineer and analyst have rearranged and split them into two libraries.
AutoCount Accounting 184.108.40.206 is released to compliant with GST 0% SR
There is no major changes in API compatibility for project uses API 220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168
But, do rebuild with 22.214.171.124 assemblies to confirm the compatibility.
AutoCount Accounting 1.9
Upgrade from AutoCount Accounting 1.8 to 1.9 requires a special license key.
However, if create a new account book in AutoCount Accounting 1.9.6 and higher version, you will be able to use the account book for development & testing without requirement of License Key.
AutoCount Accounting 1.9 is compatible with AutoCount Accounting 1.8.
Some coding may require minor update, due to earlier version of 1.8 has some differences in method call.
This document does not allow to save, because it contains accrual and payment basis tax code When you see the message prompted similar to the title,
this is to accommodate the new SST calculation of Sale Tax and Service Tax, which Sale Tax is on "Accrual Basis", while Service Tax is on "Payment Basis".
Accrual Basis is defined as, Sales Tax is payable when the invoice is created.
Whereas, Payment Basis is after payment is received from customers for Service Tax. However, if the payment is not received after 12 months, it becomes payable regardless of whether the payment is received.
The difference between the two methods is the timing to recognize Payment Basis as Tax is deffered until payment is received, or 12 months period.
Therefore for AutoCount Accounting to recognize these two occurrence whether it is payable tax, separating them to two documents can clearly differentiate them in the finance and tax report.