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Are the country specific modules guaranteed by the OpenERP Enterprise contract?

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ton123
on 2/18/13, 8:03 AM 2,014 views

I would like to know if the country specific modules (localization) are guaranteed by OpenERP Enterprise.

And If they don't how can I get more certainty for my administration with OpenERP?

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Olivier Dony (odo)

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Olivier Dony (odo)
On 2/18/13, 9:21 AM

All modules that are located in the official OpenERP modules repository are covered by OpenERP Enterprise, including all country-specific localization modules beginning with l10n_.

However OpenERP S.A. did not write all those modules, and may not be actively maintaining them. They're usually written by local OpenERP Partners in each country, and those Partners are the ones maintaining them (adapting them for changes in the local fiscal rules, etc.)

As those modules mostly contain pre-configured data and no business logic, the chances of finding a coding error in them is rather low, and any problem can usually be fixed by correcting the settings directly in your database. Nevertheless, if an error is found in the data, OpenERP S.A. will do whatever is required to get the module fixed as soon as possible under OpenERP Enterprise.

Thanx, looks good. I am also happy with Anglo Saxon in the repository. However there are some specials, which are not in the repository and even a small company can't do without. For Netherlands there are account_banking modules and a tax update module needed, minimum of 4 modules. How about these?

ton123
on 2/18/13, 10:17 AM
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Ahmet Altinisik

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Ahmet Altinisik
On 2/18/13, 9:26 AM

It is not under the OPW guarantee. (at least for my country) Localizations usually include Chart of Accounts and some legal reports and translations.

You should sit with your accountant and your OpenERP consultant and they should check the every account and every report one by one and change the required reports.

You can change the terms in your OpenERP installation and reports from menu

Settings > Translations > Application Terms

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