We have been evaluating ERPNEXT as a potential deployment to one of our clients. We’re impressed by how feature-full it is and the only thing keeping us from moving forward with it is the lack of an Audit Trail. Looking at a previous thread Document status tracking, I see a mention of how to implement it. Are there more examples(detailed if possible) of a successful implementation of this? What is the consensus of how to implement this feature in 2015?
@morrismwaura Thanks for your kind words.
Please be specific by “audit trail”. Also check the submit-cancel workflow for important transactions.
@rmehta By “audit trail” I mean a complete history of all the changes made to a certain field etc. That way I can check what the value was one year ago. This is absolutely crucial for a financial application. A complete audit trail would log/record the following info when data is edited:
Everytime submitted document is amended, it creates new document, with original document id. Check following link for example.
For example, if original Sales Invoice id was SINV00003. If it is amended twice, it’s id will become SINV-00003-2. The naming of Sales Invoice will indicate that it was amended twice. Also you can go back to cancelled SINV00003 and SINV00003-1 to check the difference with respect to original transaction.
The feature is implemented in Frappe 7.3