HR and Payroll Software #opera #3,opera #ii,opera,gold,capital,unity,accounting #software,accounts #software,business #software,accounting,accounts,business,pegasus,uk,ireland,small #businesses,finance,financial,modular,integrated,32bit,32-bit,sme,smes,payroll,human #resources,hr,personnel,general,nominal,management #reports,cashbook,bank #reconciliation,banking,sales,debtors,purchase,inventory,traceability,stock,order #processing,invoicing,purchasing,sop,pop,ecvat,job #costing,costing,fixed #assets,bom,bills #of #material,work #in #progress,edi,crm,vat,bacs,electronic #payments,credit #control,manufacturing,mrp,engineering,distribution,epos,retail,wholesale,multi-currency,multicurrency,multi #currency,emu,euro,single #currency,xml,web #trading,ecommerce,web #reporting,internet,extranet,intranet,paye,ir31,p14/60,p35,inland #revenue #tax #credits,national #insurance,ssp,smp,student #loans,basda,custom #& #excise,windows,nt,resellers,dealers,partners,opera #ii #small #business,opera #ii #enterprise,excel #reporting,integration,excel #accounting #software,reporting,business #intelligence,olap,cube #analysis,performance #management,drill #down,management #accounts


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Opera 3 Payroll & HR

  • Multi-user, with Company and Group password control and menu level access restriction
  • Full integration with Opera 3 Document Management
  • Links to the Nominal Ledger, Cashbook and Costing Financial modules of Opera 3
  • Definable cheque and payslip designs to suit Company stationery requirements
  • Create unlimited Companies with unlimited employees per Company
  • Weekly, fortnightly, four weekly and monthly paid employees can be maintained all in one company
  • Employee profiles for efficient employee record creation
  • Employee payment details and payslip images can be retained for up to 999 pay periods
  • Payslips from past periods can be reprinted at any time
  • Employees can be paid via BACS, reducing the time and costs required to process payments
  • Submit Year-End Returns via the Government Gateway using the Pegasus Online Filing Manager
  • In-Year P45(1), P45(3) and P46 file generation for online submission using the Online Filing Manager
  • Filtered Historical employee record processing to current legislative bandwidths
  • Automated Director’s National Insurance calculations
  • Multiple Pension Scheme management
  • Track report on key field changes for the Payroll year using the Audit Log
  • Backup and Restore facility
  • Fully automated SSP, SMP and SPP (Birth) processing and reporting, with complex legislation built in
  • Automated Attachment Orders processing and reporting
  • Retrospective NI code changes with automatic adjustment value calculation and processing
  • Caters for Holiday pay across year-end

Employee Records

  • Address, bank details and holidays
  • Tax and National Insurance To-Date details
  • Payments and deductions – permanent and temporary values, retained units and rates, zero this period facility
  • Quick calculation – showing net pay, total deductions and NI’able earnings
  • Retained History with payslip image drill down
  • Employee photograph attachment
  • Ability to embed documents, spreadsheets etc, via OLE technology

Reports

  • Departmental reporting
  • Payslip, cheque and BACS list generation
  • P35, P14 and P60 End-of-Year reports
  • P45(1), P45(3) and P46 In-Year reports
  • P11 Deductions Working Sheet
  • P32 employer’s Payment Record, with payment and funding recording and multi-company consolidation
  • This Period and To Date summaries
  • Comprehensive statutory payments, Attachment Orders and pension contribution reports
  • Additional Reporter module available, for the creation of your own reports

Pensions

  • Mixed Pension schemes per company
  • Stakeholder Pensions
  • Fixed amount
  • Percentage of definable figure
  • Group Personal Pension
  • COMP
  • COSR
  • Freestanding AVC
  • Up to three different LEL/UEL criteria
  • Employee diary showing sickness, holidays, maternity and compassionate leave, and training
  • Variable employee working patterns reflected within the diary
  • Accurate days, hours and minutes event recording and analysis
  • Keep records for up to 99 years, including job changes and salary updates
  • Pro-rata holiday entitlement and holiday carry-over

Help

  • Comprehensive, context senstive help

Extended Information Sources

  • Export information to Microsoft products such as Word and Excel
  • Send reports via e-mail
  • Payroll administrator and management reports delivered via e-mail
  • Regularly notify staff of remaining holiday entitlement automatically by e-mail
  • Automatically notify managers of Payroll requirement by e-mail

W3C XML Schema #edi #webmethods


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XML Schema

The XML Schema Working Group is closed, having completed its work successfully. The specifications are now maintained by the W3C XML Core Working Group .

XML Schemas express shared vocabularies and allow machines to carry out rules made by people. They provide a means for defining the structure, content and semantics of XML documents. in more detail. XML Schema 1.0 was approved as a W3C Recommendation on 2 May 2001 and a second edition incorporating many errata was published on 28 October 2004; see reference list for pointers.

The XML Schema Working Group, part of the XML Activity. is responsible for the W3C’s work on this topic — for details see the Working Group’s charter. W3C Members can also participate in the W3C XML Schema Interest Group, a forum for the discussion of technical issues relating to the development of XML Schema.

XML Schema 1.1
Status

XML Schema 1.1 (in two parts) is a W3C Recommendation. It is intended to be mostly compatible with XML Schema 1.0 and to have approximately the same scope, but also to fix bugs and make whatever improvements we can, consistent with the constraints on scope and compatibility.

There is also a Test Collection aimed at determining which parts of XSD 1.1 have been implemented; several implementations are under development.

If you find errors in Schema 1.1, please let us know. The best way to do that is to add an entry to the W3C’s public installation of Bugzilla. which the WG uses to track issues and enhancement requests, specifying “XML Schema” as the ‘product’ name. Full instructions can be found at http://www.w3.org/XML/2006/01/public-bugzilla. If access to Bugzilla is not feasible, please send your comments to the W3C XML Schema Working Group’s public comments mailing list, www-xml-schema-comments w3.org (archive ). Please note that both the Bugzilla installation and the comments list are not only public-write but also public-read; don’t say things you don’t want seen in public. Each Bugzilla entry and email message should contain only one comment.

The Bugzilla system should also be used to report errors with XML Schema 1.0.

Please send any related announcements to xmlschema-dev .

Free download of self-installing version of XSV for WIN32.

  • LOGML (Log Markup Language) Draft Specification and Schema John Punin Jun 29 2001
  • OpenGIS Consortium, Schema for Geography Markup Language (GML) 2.0. Three schema documents are normative:
    • feature.xsd defines an XML encoding for the OGC/ISO TC211 “Feature” model for geospatial data,
    • geometry.xsd defines geometry elements include d into feature.xsd
    • xlinks.xsd is a schema for XLinks (actually a placeholder until a definitive version is provided by W3C) and is also used by feature.xsd

    Guidelines for developing usable application-specific schemas are included as a normative chapter of the specification. A recent vote by the Technical Committee of OGC has elevated GML 2.0 to the status of “adopted technology”. (update 28 Jun 2001 )

  • XGMML (eXtensible Graph Markup and Modeling Language) 15 Mar 2000 John Punin, Mukkai Krishnamoorthy, Dept of Computer Science RPI (update 25 Jun 2001 )
  • Experimental schema for XSLT 1.0. by Asir Vedamuthu of webMethods, Inc. “This schema is subject to change and will contain the schema using the current syntax, Proposed Recommendation (PR) or Recommendation XML Schema Definition Language (XSDL). We plan to update this schema using PR XSDL ASAP.”
  • An XML Schema for the XML Specification doctype by Norm Walsh, 12 October 2000.
  • Several dozen examples in Roger L. Costello’s XML Schema Tutorial
  • XML Digital Signatures. schema in the 10 May 2000 draft
  • AbiWord. schema
    update Oct 27 2000
  • . some XML Schema hacking
    March 2000 by Dan Connolly
  • a stab at an XML Schema for RDF
    Rick JELLIFFE 26 Feb 2000
  • . If you have a schema you would like to see listed here, or if you have a set of test cases for use in software development, please send an announcement to xmlschema-dev. (If you are impatient, you may also wish to send mail to Michael Sperberg-McQueen calling his attention to your email on xmlschema-dev and suggesting your materials be added to this list.)

Presentations, guides, and tutorial materials

In addition XML Schema Part 0: Primer. you may be interested in:

  • A Guide to Versioning XML Languages using XML Schema 1.1. ed. David Orchard.
  • XML Schema Tutorial. by Roger L. Costello, September 2001
  • The XML Schema Specification in Context
    by Rick Jelliffe, Academia Sinica Computing Centre
    2001-01-10
    compares XML Schema with XML DTDs, SGML DTDs, HyTime, and perl regular expressions
  • The Current State of the Art of Schema Languages for XML. Rick Jelliffe, paper, XML Asia Pacific 2001, Sydney, Australia. A characterization and comments on schema languages for XML at the end of 2001
  • Course “Programming XML in Java” Web site by John Punin, Autumn, 2001
  • XML Schema, a brief introduction. by Ian Stuart, October 26, 2001
  • XML Schema tutorials materials: slides. additional materials
    by Henry Thompson at XML 99 in Philadelphia (a GCA Conference )
  • Using W3C XML Schema
    by Eric van der Vlist, October 17, 2001
  • Schemas for XML
    by Norman Walsh, July 1, 1999
  • Kal Ahmed has created topic maps from the XML Schema family of specifications. The HTML-ized result is now up at http://www.techquila.com/topicmaps/xmlschema/
  • Danny Vint has created quick reference cards, available at http://www.xml.dvint.com/ .

Schema for schemas

If you’re looking for the schema and/or DTD for schema documents, they are here:

Test collection

The W3C XML Schema test collection can be downloaded from the appropriate directory in the W3C CVS server. The most recent version of the test suite is for 14 January 2004 (updated in April 2005).

As part of the process of getting XML Schema to Recommendation, a draft Type Library is available, with definitions of complex types attempting to cover many common needs, including general text content, arrays, complex numbers and dimensioned quantities.

Serialization of the PSVI

XML Schema Part 0: Primer is a non-normative document intended to provide an easily readable description of the XML Schema facilities, and is oriented towards quickly understanding how to create schemas using the XML Schema language. XML Schema Part 1: Structures and XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes provide the complete normative description of the XML Schema language. This primer describes the language features through numerous examples which are complemented by extensive references to the normative texts.

Proposed mechanisms for referring to individual components from an XML Schema.

Discusses issues in defining languages so as to be robust in the face of changes, and gives examples of useful constructs in XML Schema 1.1.

May 2005: Working Group Note

Feb 1999: W3C Note:

Developments in the community

Testing project at SourceForge a testing project at sourceforge started July 2000 by Curt Arnold XML Schema User Experience Workshop, 21-22 June 2005

The W3C workshop on XML Schema user experiences gathered concrete reports of user experience with XML Schema 1.0, and examined the full range of usability, implementation, and interoperability problems around the specification and its test suite.

Minutes and a chairs’ report are expected to be made public real soon now.

Submissions

Input into the development of XML Schema:


Auto Transport Software, EDI interface, VIN – Dealer Tracking #auto #shows


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Software For Companies In The Auto Transport Business

Auto Transport is a specialized business, and there are a lot of different pieces of information that you need to track and record. Axon Auto Transport Applications have the features you need to run your business efficiently.

Listed below are a few of the features of Axon s Software that are built specifically for Auto Hauling companies. These features are available in addition to the many features already included in the Axon Trucking Software package.

You can set up your vehicle rates for different Origins, Destinations, and Commodities on the Vehicle Rate Tables screen. Each rate can be linked to a specific customer so that they fill in by default on customer Orders.

Dealers

The Dealers screen lists all your dealers. Creating a Business Partner record for your Dealers ensures that your records are fully integrated – from creating the Order to sending the Invoice to receiving payment. VIN

VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) Allocation Notices

There are two VIN Allocation Notices screens. One provides a record of all the notices that you have received via EDI. You can use the other screen to manually enter notices that have not been imported using EDI.

EDI customers can use VIN Decoding  to break down the information in the VIN so that the Make, Model, and Year fill in automatically. Click the weight button to fill in vehicle weights .

Axon s Auto Transport Software is fully integrated. Your VIN Allocation Notices are integrated with your Orders, your Business Partners, your Invoices, and ACE/ACI .

There’s one-stop shopping on the Orders screen. You can send a Shipment Status to your Dealers. update Vehicle Rates, add Activities, or link Other Charges to a VIN – all without leaving the Orders screen. If you are moving a vehicle between multiple locations, you can attach the VIN to more than one order.

EDI Integration

EDI Applications are available for many Auto Manufacturers Railroad Yards, the Manufacturer EDI s include the ability for the Auto Transporter to pass Vehicle Inspection information back to their clients. EDI is a complex and constantly changing application, for more information call sales directly at 1-800-567-8385 or request a demo of Axon s capabilities.

Once you ve invoiced all your VINs, you can review the status of your Invoices and make sure that all the individual line items have been accepted by running the Invoice Audit Report.