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Does Odoo 9 use new API or still stuck at old one?

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E.M.
on 2/7/16, 3:49 PM 700 views

I am facing another rough time with Odoo, while extending sale.order  I realize you have to deal with old API in Odoo 8, as most code is legacy.

It is the same in Odoo 9? Still using old API?

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Axel Mendoza
On 2/7/16, 4:22 PM

Rigth now is a mix of the two api versions, for Odoo 10 it's adviced that it will be completely migrated

is there any place where I can learn the old API? New API is useless as you have to inherit and deal with lots of old stuff

E.M.
on 2/8/16, 1:58 AM

@E.M you should really go for the new API. It is a hassle for now since it takes slightly more work but Odoo is slowly and steadly migrating everything in to the new API. In Odoo 10 there might not even be an old API, so why invest time in learning something old?

Yenthe
on 2/8/16, 2:11 AM

you can find docs here:
https://doc.odoo.com/
https://doc.odoo.com/trunk/server/
https://doc.odoo.com/trunk/server/03_module_dev_02/

Axel Mendoza
on 2/8/16, 2:19 AM

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