This module allows you to create a new module without any development.
It records all operations on objects during the recording session and produce a .ZIP module. So you can create your own module directly from the OpenERP client.
This version works for creating and updating existing records. It recomputes dependencies and links for all types of widgets (many2one, many2many, ...). It also support workflows and demo/update data.
This should help you to easily create reusable and publishable modules for custom configurations and demo/testing data.
How to use it: Run Administration/Customization/Module Creation/Export Customizations As a Module wizard. Select datetime criteria of recording and objects to be recorded and Record module.
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