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Cant see my module created

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Roberto Novelo
on 3/11/14, 8:10 PM 1,327 views

Hi, I'm developing a test module in OpenERP 7 in windows environment. I create a new directory in addons directory then I create and code __init__.py, __openerp__.py and mymodule.py but I cant see it my module in OpenERP for installation. What I have to do. Help please.

Settings -> Modules -> Update Modules List

Sajad KK
on 3/12/14, 2:24 AM
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Bart Criel
On 3/12/14, 5:53 PM

If you mean that you don't see your module in 'Settings'

  • Go to Settings - Modules - Update Module List
  • Click 'Update'
  • Go to Settings - Modules - Installed Modules
  • In the Search box, delete the filter item 'Installed'
  • Look for your module (switch to List view if necessary)
  • Install your module

Good luck, Bart

Thanks, you're right

Roberto Novelo
on 3/13/14, 4:38 PM

I've struggled with all that basic stuff myself, so I'm happy to help.

Bart Criel
on 3/14/14, 3:15 PM
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Nehal
On 3/12/14, 12:55 AM

Hi,

You need to create view file e.g. mymodule_view.xml and then update module list. Then you can see your custom module in addons list. You can refer the following link for developing custom module: https://doc.openerp.com/v6.1/developer/03_modules_1/

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