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are v9 custom modules compatible with version 10? what is needed to install version 9 modules on a new community version 10 install?

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Alberto Lozano
on 10/13/16, 5:35 PM 267 views

are v9 custom modules compatible with version 10? what is needed to install version 9 modules on a new community version 10 install? Thanks a lot 

Use odoo instead of openerp

Artem
on 10/14/16, 10:26 AM

I mean for the 'import' statement. from odoo import ....

Artem
on 10/14/16, 10:28 AM
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Yenthe
On 10/14/16, 2:23 AM

Hi Alberto,

When the custom modules are written in the new API (which has been around from V8) they should be quite easy to migrate.
If the custom modules are still written in the old API they will need to be rewritten to the new API, so that old references are removed.
In order to install a custom module made for V9 on V10 you'll need to test and see which issues exist. Perhaps some fields have changed or view names have changed.
The only way to figure this out is so test the V9 custom module in V10 and fix the issues as they rise one by one.

Regars,
Yenthe

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Artem
On 10/14/16, 7:20 AM

Before and after hooks must be rewritten.

Try to install and check for errors - the only way I know. ;)

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