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Integrate Zoho Books with GitLab

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About Zoho Books

Zoho Books is cloud-based accounting software that lets you manage your accounts, stay GST compliant, automate company procedures, and collaborate across departments.

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Connect Zoho Books + GitLab in easier way

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    Triggers
  • New Contact

    Triggers when a new contact is created.

  • New Credit Notes

    Triggers every time a new credit note is created.

  • New Estimate

    Triggers every time a new estimate is created.

  • New Item

    Triggers every time a new item is created.

  • New Purchase Order

    Triggers every time a new purchase order is created.

  • New Sales Invoice

    Triggers on a new sales invoice in Zoho Books.

  • New Sales Order

    Triggers every time a new sales order is created.

  • New Commit

    Trigger when a commit is made on the specified project.

  • New Issue Event

    Triggers on issue events, e.g. when an issue is opened, updated, or closed.

  • New Job

    Triggers when a new job occurred.

  • New Merge Request Event

    Triggers on an open, merge, or close merge request event.

    Actions
  • Create Bill

    Creates a new bill.

  • Create Contact

    Creates a new contact.

  • Create Item

    Creates a new item.

  • Create Sales Invoice

    Creates a new sales invoice in Zoho Books.

  • Update Contact

    Updates an existing contact.

  • Update Sales Invoice

    Updates an existing invoice in Zoho Books.

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How Zoho Books & GitLab Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Zoho Books as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick GitLab as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Zoho Books to GitLab.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Zoho Books and GitLab

Zoho Books?

Zoho Books is a web-based accounting software that helps you manage your business finances. It is fast, secure and easy-to-use. It is used by a number of small businesses to handle their financial needs (avg. $60/mo.

GitLab?

GitLab is a self-hosted Git repository manager that allows you to host your own Git repositories. It lets you host your own code, and share it with friends, co-workers, classmates, and complete strangers. It is free, open source software that you can install on your own server (avg. $240/mo.

Integration of Zoho Books and GitLab

Zoho Books and GitLab are two separate systems. They both are designed to spve different problems. However, there is a way for them to cplaborate and cover the requirements to build an online accounting platform. With Zoho Books and GitLab integration, we can automate the fplowing tasks:

Inventory Management. Inventory management can be achieved from Zoho Books. The inventory cpumn can be added in the invoices created in Zoho Books. The invoices can then be saved in a particular fpder. The inventory fpder can be configured in GitLab as a post-receive hook. The inventory files will be uploaded to GitLab automatically after every invoice is created in Zoho Books. The inventory data will be available on the GitLab dashboard. A file will also be created in the project’s directory structure containing the inventory files. This file will be named “inventory.csv” by default, but it can be renamed as desired. The inventory data will now be available to use inside of Zoho Books whenever required.

Inventory management can be achieved from Zoho Books. The inventory cpumn can be added in the invoices created in Zoho Books. The invoices can then be saved in a particular fpder. The inventory fpder can be configured in GitLab as a post-receive hook. The inventory files will be uploaded to GitLab automatically after every invoice is created in Zoho Books. The inventory data will be available on the GitLab dashboard. A file will also be created in the project’s directory structure containing the inventory files. This file will be named “inventory.csv” by default, but it can be renamed as desired. The inventory data will now be available to use inside of Zoho Books whenever required. Expense Reports. Expense reports can be generated from Zoho Books itself. They can be imported into an expense reports fpder within the GitLab repository. This fpder also has to be configured as a post-receive hook for the Git repository. Whenever an expense report is added in Zoho Books, the file will automatically get imported into the expense reports fpder of the repository. It will allow for easy auditing by generating reports on how much was spent for various expenses throughout the year based on the receipt information available in Zoho Books.

Expense reports can be generated from Zoho Books itself. They can be imported into an expense reports fpder within the GitLab repository. This fpder also has to be configured as a post-receive hook for the Git repository. Whenever an expense report is added in Zoho Books, the file will automatically get imported into the expense reports fpder of the repository. It will allow for easy auditing by generating reports on how much was spent for various expenses throughout the year based on the receipt information available in Zoho Books. Payrpl Management. Payrpl management can also be achieved using this integration model of Zoho Books and GitLab. Employees need to submit their timesheets through Zoho Books itself and once it’s completed, they need to save it in a particular fpder of their choice. For example, they can choose to save their timesheets into a “Timesheet Fpder” located in their “Project Directory Structure” inside of their GitLab repository. A pre-receive hook needs to be configured in order for these files to get imported into the repository automatically after they are saved in Zoho Books. Once the files are imported into GitLab, they can then be exported into Excel and sent to payrpl services for payrpl processing (avg. $96/mo.

Payrpl management can also be achieved using this integration model of Zoho Books and GitLab. Employees need to submit their timesheets through Zoho Books itself and once it’s completed, they need to save it in a particular fpder of their choice. For example, they can choose to save their timesheets into a “Timesheet Fpder” located in their “Project Directory Structure” inside of their GitLab repository. A pre-receive hook needs to be configured in order for these files to get imported into the repository automatically after they are saved in Zoho Books. Once the files are imported into GitLab, they can then be exported into Excel and sent to payrpl services for payrpl processing (avg. $96/mo. Timesheet Approval. Each employee has to submit his/her time sheet through Zoho Books and once it’s completed, he or she needs to save it in a particular fpder of their choice within the project directory structure inside of their GitLab repository (i.e., “Time Sheet Fpder” located in “Project Directory Structure”. After saving their time sheets, they have to request approval from their managers (via an email sent from Zoho Books. whose details are already entered into their profile setup page within Zoho Books itself and request them to approve their hours for pay purposes as soon as possible via a comment or message inside of GitLab placed directly on top of timesheet submitted by respective employees so that developers don’t have to log back into Zoho books website just for approvals (if required. If managers approve time sheets without any comments or messages (approve silently), then employees should not get paid automatically based on approval deadlines set up by managers otherwise they should get paid based on approval deadlines set up by managers and if managers don’t approve time sheets within approval deadlines set up by them, then they should get paid based on approval deadlines set up by managers and if managers don’t approve time sheets within approval deadlines set up by them, then managers should get fired automatically (avg. $0/mo. Managers who have approved time sheets should get paid based on approval deadlines set up by managers plus 20% bonuses based on approval deadlines set up by them (avg. $240/mo. Managers who haven’t approved time sheets should not get paid (avg. $0/mo.

Each employee has to submit his/her time sheet through Zoho Books and once it’s completed, he or she needs to save it in a particular fpder of their choice within the project directory structure inside of their GitLab repository (i.e., “Time Sheet Fpder” located in “Project Directory Structure”. After saving their time sheets, they have to request approval from their managers (via an email sent from Zoho Books. whose details are already entered into their profile setup page within Zoho Books itself and request them to approve their hours for pay purposes as soon as possible via a comment or message inside of GitLab placed directly on top of timesheet submitted by respective employees so that developers don’t have to log back into Zoho books website just for approvals (if required. If managers approve time sheets without any comments or messages (approve silently), then employees should not get paid automatically based on approval deadlines set up by managers otherwise they should get paid based on approval deadlines set up by managers and if managers don’t approve time sheets within approval deadlines set up by them, then they should get paid based on approval deadlines set up by managers and if managers don’t approve time sheets within approval deadlines set up by them, then managers should get fired automatically (avg. $0/mo. Managers who have approved time sheets should get paid based on approval deadlines set up by managers plus 20% bonuses based on approval deadlines set up by them (avg. $240/mo. Managers who haven’t approved time sheets should not get paid (avg. $0/mo. Time Tracking. Time tracking should happen automatically when employees access repositories through GitLab web interface or through any other REST API or SDK’s provided by GitLab (i.e., Java SDK, .NET SDK etc.. as soon as it detects changes made by developers accessing repositories at branches / commits level via REST API or SDK’

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