Hi, I'm developing an App with Cordova with which I intend to consume services Odoo. If launched the App with an emulator of Cordova as "ripple emulate" gives me error 404. Doing a little research I see that is related to that default CORS not allowed. I have the same problem if I want to consume the webservice from a web page installed in a different domain of Odoo. I have no problems in playing with the application if I have it installed on the device but I always try to compile and install and that is time consuming.
Have you got enabled CORS in Odoo? How I can do to add the allow-access-from domain * a werkzug header? Thank you.
I managed to consume the XML-RPC service from a Web App. I use https://github.com/timheap/jquery-xmlrpc
To make it work I had to modify the file <Odoo> /openerp/service/wsgi_server.py in the following procedures
def xmlrpc_return(start_response, service, method, params, string_faultcode=False):
Helper to call a service's method with some params, using a wsgi-supplied
This is the place to look at to see the mapping between core exceptions
and XML-RPC fault codes.
# Map OpenERP core exceptions to XML-RPC fault codes. Specific exceptions
# defined in ``openerp.exceptions`` are mapped to specific fault codes;
# all the other exceptions are mapped to the generic
# RPC_FAULT_CODE_APPLICATION_ERROR value.
# This also mimics SimpleXMLRPCDispatcher._marshaled_dispatch() for
# exception handling.
result = openerp.http.dispatch_rpc(service, method, params)
response = xmlrpclib.dumps((result,), methodresponse=1, allow_none=False, encoding=None)
except Exception, e:
response = xmlrpc_handle_exception_string(e)
response = xmlrpc_handle_exception_int(e)
start_response("200 OK", [
('Access-Control-Allow-Methods','POST, GET, OPTIONS'),
('Access-Control-Allow-Headers','origin, x-csrftoken, content-type, accept'),
def wsgi_xmlrpc(environ, start_response):
""" Two routes are available for XML-RPC
/xmlrpc/<service> route returns faultCode as strings. This is a historic
violation of the protocol kept for compatibility.
/xmlrpc/2/<service> is a new route that returns faultCode as int and is
therefore fully compliant.
if environ['REQUEST_METHOD'] == "OPTIONS":
response = werkzeug.wrappers.Response('OPTIONS METHOD DETECTED')
response.headers['Access-Control-Allow-Origin'] = '*'
response.headers['Access-Control-Allow-Methods'] = 'POST, GET, OPTIONS'
response.headers['Access-Control-Max-Age'] = 1000
# note that '*' is not valid for Access-Control-Allow-Headers
response.headers['Access-Control-Allow-Headers'] = 'origin, x-csrftoken, content-type, accept'
return response(environ, start_response)
if environ['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'POST' and environ['PATH_INFO'].startswith('/xmlrpc/'):
length = int(environ['CONTENT_LENGTH'])
data = environ['wsgi.input'].read(length)
# Distinguish betweed the 2 faultCode modes
string_faultcode = True
service = environ['PATH_INFO'][len('/xmlrpc/2/'):]
string_faultcode = False
service = environ['PATH_INFO'][len('/xmlrpc/'):]
params, method = xmlrpclib.loads(data)
return xmlrpc_return(start_response, service, method, params, string_faultcode)
Would you know tell me how to take these changes into an installable module? Would I have to go into the core?
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