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Create Module & Widget

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karlos
on 8/13/13, 2:14 PM 1,479 views

Hello,

I've created a module inside the "backoffice" of OpenERP v7, everything fine. Although, I would like to know where are the files stored (if they are even created) ??

When I'm adding a field to a form, I only get 2 widgets: mail_thread & many2many_tags_emails. Shouldn't be appearing "Image; Binary, Char" ??

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dave ellis
On 8/21/13, 11:49 AM

Not quite sure what you are looking for in terms of the files. However, if you have created a new model via the internet, the information is stored in the database. If you have created a new view within the developer mode, that too is stored in the database. As far as I remember, only if you write the python module code and XML view manually, do you get locally stored files. Otherwise I believe the customisation done in the system is stored in database, including the XML views.

The widgets are based on field type:

text, selection etc. You don't need to select the widget.

Hello, I'll show you what's happening by pictures.

Image 1 -> Creation of field http://postimg.org/image/9mgyl80al/

Image 2 -> Selecting the file (Why does it appear to save it?) http://postimg.org/image/3mt7hkfi5/

Image 3 -> Download the file http://postimg.org/image/4dlxnchvh/

Image 4 -> When downloading the file, it appears that name without extension! (So, to open the file, I should remember which type of file it is..imagine if I have 1000 files...) http://postimg.org/image/54ent4k8t/

How can I solve it? thanks

karlos
on 8/26/13, 7:03 AM
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Grover Menacho
On 8/21/13, 1:08 PM

Well. I'm not sure about how did you created a module in the backoffice. Anyways if you make changes on the Configuration Page. They are going to be stored only in the database. If you want to create a real module you have to do it by code, create your files and then upload it to your server.

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karlos
On 8/21/13, 8:30 AM

No one can tell me?

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