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We've made a simple order - invoice system. Now we wonder how to make add simple ledger functionality our system. We wonder most about the design of the database table and which information it at least should contain.
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Just wondering if anyone has any fresher information on this topic.

I am after an ERD or Database schema or even a sample .net project.

Thanks for any help
Jason
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