Developer Reference

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What's New in Release 6.6.3

View Customised Reports in Browsers

Developer Reference comprises the following:

Tally.Developer 9 - It is the development platform for Tally.ERP 9.

Dictionary Manager - It helps to create dictionaries in multiple languages and provides the capability to search for strings, translate them, and create dictionary files.

Tally Authentication Library - It is the development kit to use Authentication Library for creating applications in devices, such as mobile, tablet, and so on. This will enable customers to connect to Tally.ERP 9 on the move.

Tally Definition Language (TDL) - It is the language used to build Tally.ERP 9.

Integration Capabilities - You can integrate your solutions with Tally.ERP 9 using these capabilities.

Watch the following video to get a quick view about Tally.Developer 9 and TDL.

What's New in Tally.Developer 9 Release 6.6.3

These release notes include information on all the important improvements made in Tally.Developer 9 Release 6.6.3.

Product Improvements

You can now restrict the number of search results while searching. An option to restrict the search results is introduced in the Find in Files screen.

The parent description is now being displayed for the Definition Type Variable in the Jump To screen.

The project name is now appears along with other details in the Output tab while checking version compatibility for a project.

Press Ctrl+E to focus the cursor to the edit box of the Command tab.

TDL Enhancements in Tally.ERP 9 Release 6.6.1

With Release 6.6.1, you can render your customised reports in the browser. The customised reports will be rendered seamlessly if it follows the pattern of any of the default Tally.ERP 9 browser reports such as Balance Sheet, Profit & Loss, Ledger Vouchers and so on. Define a TDL object in the prescribed template for each of the customised report that needs to be displayed in the browser. We have introduced few functions and attributes to specially handle the code.

Use the new attribute Date Picker Type under Report definition to specify the type of date picker required in the report that is being displayed in the browser. This attribute accepts the values Range , Day or None . If it is set to Range, it impacts SVFromDate and SVToDate . If it is set to Day, it impacts SVCurrentDate .

Use the function $$InBrowserExport to check if the report is being displayed in the browser.

You can use the function $$InBrowserPeriodChange to check if the report is being displayed in the browser after changing the period of the report in the browser.

Use the function $$InMobileBrowserExport to check if the report is being displayed in a mobile browser.

Click here to know the steps to display the customised reports.