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(Last edited by Fab on 21 May 2012.)

Tryton is a three-tiers high-level general purpose application platform written in Python and using PostgreSQL as database engine.

It is the core base of a complete business solution providing modularity, scalability and security.

The core of Tryton (also called Tryton kernel) provides all the necessary functionalities for a complete application framework: data persistence, extensive modularity, users management (authentication, fine grained control for data access, handling of concurrent access of resources), workflow and report engines, web services and internationalisation.


Server component

  • trytond
  • py-egenix-mx-base - A a collection of Python extensions
  • py-genshi - Python toolkit for generation of output for the web
  • py-lxml - A feature-rich and easy-to-use library for processing XML and HTML
  • py-relatorio - A templating library able to output odt and pdf files
  • py-polib - A library to manipulate gettext files
  • py-openoffice - Python libraries for interacting with LibreOffice/OpenOffice


All functionality is separated in modules.


There are two version available for Tryton:

  • Standalone client (neso): This version includes the client and a postgreSQL server
  • Default client (tryton or tryton-client): This is just the client.

Those graphical clients are available for various distrubution. Below two examples for the installation.

  • ArchLinux:

    pacman -S tryton

  • Fedora:

    yum -y install tryton

After the lauch of the client, connect it to your server.