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Customer sales history by product

NIcolas Plée
on 4/7/13, 1:44 PM 1,882 views

I'd like to be able to track the product bought by each customer. Is that part of OpenERP basic options ?



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Ray Carnes
On 4/7/13, 6:05 PM

OpenERP links to the Orders from each customer, via the QUOTATIONS AND SALES button on a Customer record.

To see the items, you would need to create a view for the lines on each order. You could then filter this by a particular customer (What are all the products customer X has bought? How many? and When?) or a product (Who bought product X? How many? and When?).

You could create a button on the Customer that pre-filters this view just for that Customer, much like the way the Order view is pre-filtered when you click QUOTATIONS AND SALES.

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