I have been thinking of implementing a feature in Tryton that could allow me to export an xml file according to SAF-T standard.
SAF-T (Standard Audit File for Tax) is an international standard for electronic exchange of reliable accounting data from organizations to a national tax authority or external auditors. The standard is defined by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). The file requirements are expressed using XML, but the OECD does not impose any particular file format.
Right now, Angola is implementing VAT on their economic system. Consequently, all software must be certified by the tax authority. For it, they demand the software to be able to generate SAF-T / XML file.
I’ve got the XSD file and an example of an xml file that the program should export from the tax authority.
So, I have been thinking of a wizard capable of accepting a range of dates and then Tryton exports an xml file according to the company information, such as client information, suppliers, invoice moves, etc.