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Re: [Health] Health Digest, Vol 6, Issue 21

From: Christoph H. Larsen
Subject: Re: [Health] Health Digest, Vol 6, Issue 21
Date: Sat, 21 Jan 2012 21:40:11 +0430
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Thanks a lot Cédric,
for your point regarding the Name field. I do agree, as already
mentioned in the examples given. The fact that Tryton uses just one name
filed should, IMHO, mean that GNU Health should align their name field
use(s) accordingly.
At present, there is certainly a discrepancy, leading to the effects
elaborated upon below.

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>    3. Re: Name vs Last Name in Tryton vs GNU Health (C?dric Krier)
>    4. Tryton Access Rules | Defaults for defined user groups
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> Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2012 23:10:25 +0430
> From: "Christoph H. Larsen" <address@hidden>
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> Subject: [Health] Tryton Client and pytz on the client computer
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> Dear All,
> Just an interesting, and hopefully helpful observation:
> I have the latest stable Tryton client installed via PIP on my Linux
> Mint (Debian) notebook, with the latest stable Trytond running on a
> FreeBSD server.
> The Tryton client crashed every time I wanted to send or read a request,
> till I found out that the stock pytz installed by the distribution was
> to blame. I could, luckily, remove it without any dependency problems,
> and the problem went away.
> Hope this might help somebody!
> Bests from Kabul,
> Chris

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