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Vardan India

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Vardan India
4/18/13, 11:41 AM

Yess you can edit by changing the view file but its not recommended.

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Shahar Or Israel
4/18/13, 11:45 AM

How is this done, please? Why is it not recommended?

Vardan India
4/18/13, 11:48 AM

which field you want to edit? Its not recommended because every module has its workflow. Once sales order is confirmed its stock move, invoices are also generated. And a single mistake will be very painful for you in future.

Francesco OpenCode Italy
4/18/13, 12:06 PM

This is the wronh thing you can do. When you confirm an order, openerp create stock move with products and quantities relative to order lines. If you change a confirmed order, you can't know how many product you have moved, for example.

Daniel Diaz Spain
8/31/17, 4:13 AM

Bad reply ..

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Francesco OpenCode Italy

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Francesco OpenCode Italy
4/18/13, 11:41 AM

If you want edit a confirmed sale order, you can delete stock move relative to this order, reopen it, set it as draft, modify the order and confirm it again. This is the unique solution. If the order generate an invoice you must delete the invoice too.

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Shahar Or Israel
4/18/13, 11:44 AM

Thanks. This is too much work for a fixed workflow.

patrick Netherlands
4/19/13, 9:14 AM

Why do you want to modify a confirmed sales order? Because you had an agreement with the customer (the order), and one of the parties wants to change the agreement.

Shahar Or Israel
4/19/13, 1:08 PM

I guess that this is the answer, even if I won't end up doing this. I had the wrong question :)

Elephante, Sean Samborski United States
7/15/14, 1:02 AM

@Patrick I know this is very late to the party, but there are many reason why you would want to reopen a sales order other than something so accusatory or drastic as "one party wants to change the agreement." Ie, a situation we are now trying to solve is a new user created a sales order under the wrong shop. They used the parent company shop and now everything from SO, DO, and Invoice are incorrect. You can't edit just the invoice and have to figure out a way to retrace all the steps.

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Sean Samborski United States
7/15/14, 1:03 AM

I have just found https://www.odoo.com/apps/7.0/sale_order_reopen which I am investigating now. It sounds promising, but I have yet to test it and so don't quote me.

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Elephante, Sean Samborski United States
7/15/14, 2:48 AM

After installing all the dependencies (account_invoice_reopen, stock_picking_reopen, and sale_order_reopen) it turns out it cannot handle all cases including my own. I cannot edit a confirmed sales order, I cannot edit a delivered delivery order, etc.

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Akhil P Sivan India

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Akhil P Sivan India
10/14/16, 3:14 AM

I have tested the module mentioned by Sean Samborski. It had some bugs to run on v8, but made some changes and seems working fine on v8. If any one needs help, pls contact me: akhilpsivan01@gmail.com

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Karel van der Esch Netherlands
9/10/14, 4:08 AM

I have the same requirement -I want to change a SO in concert with the customer. So very interested to know whether a workable solution is available for modifying a SO.

My way of working (service company no warehouse management) - duplicate SO and modify new quotation -  remove old SO.

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