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data noupdate="0" & "1" in Security.xml [Closed]

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priyankahdp
on 4/26/13, 7:59 AM 10,929 views

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priyankahdp
on 04/30/2013 10:26:14

Please explain the mean of below stattements and state the difference between them. i go through forum posts but not got clear idea from those and doc also not mention those stuffs.

i got below code from sale_security.xml file

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<openerp>
<data noupdate="0">

and

<data noupdate="1">
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Francesco OpenCode
On 4/26/13, 8:13 AM

The noupdate parameter is used to indicate if the values in the xml file must be re-imported when a module in updated.

For example, if we have a file with demo datas and we use noupdate="1", if we delete a demo record and update the module, the deleted data not will be imported again. With noupdate="0", instead, the record will be reimported again if it doesn't exist in the db.

thanks Francesco very helpful explanation.can u please tell me wat abt 'ir.rule' records in ...security.xml files & those have which relation with 'res.groups' records

priyankahdp
on 4/26/13, 8:16 AM

Yeah, thanks for the precision. ;)

Francesco OpenCode
on 4/26/13, 8:24 AM

thanks so much Dear Olivier

priyankahdp
on 4/26/13, 8:25 AM
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Nathan Beck
On 7/29/14, 6:17 PM

Francesco, the example you gave is not 100% correct. This behavior is actually driven by 2 things: the noupdate flag on the data element, and the forcecreate attribute of each record. The latter defaults to "True" and determines whether a record that has been deleted will be re-created during an update, even if it is in a noupdate section. So by default noupdate will prevent synchronizing module data at each update (so you can customize it), but will not prevent the re-creation of deleted data. Set forcecreate="0" on individual records if you want that behavior as well.

Thanks ! +1

PY
on 3/3/16, 10:31 AM

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