Projects / XDB-Money


XDB Money is a Web-based personal finance system that can keep track of multiple accounts and multiple transactions, grouping these transactions into categories for reporting facilities. Finance information can be graphed, and the system also contains a comprehensive group-based security system.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  20 Sep 2004 20:27

    Release Notes: Addition of a new budget facility to plan out the expenditure for each spending category for the coming year.

    •  14 Sep 2004 21:24

      Release Notes: There is a new import file facility that can import comma separated value files into the transactions list, and a new day by day credit and debits graph. This release uses a 'smart tables' facility that allows re-sorting and searching within data.

      •  26 Apr 2004 20:05

        Release Notes: This release has new user and global preferences facilities allowing users to change the display. Under global preferences, the ability to pre-enter scheduled transactions has been added, allowing the user to track end-of-the-month totals. Checking of mandatory fields has been added.

        •  14 Apr 2004 23:52

          Release Notes: A bug in the graphing Web page has been fixed. A new comprehensive group-based security system has been added that gives the ability to restrict any Web page to any given set of users. This release adds the ability to create and remove users through the system and the ability to change passwords through the system rather than manually through a MySQL utility.

          •  06 Feb 2004 22:42

            Release Notes: This is a major rewrite of the system. It has an updated look and feel, uses Outlook-style menu bars, can view transactions within given date ranges, allows selection of dates via a pop-up calendar box, and has an initial implementation of graphical reports from xdbgraph.


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