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How can I create a DB without demo data? is there any parameter in odoo-server.conf to set up this option?

Luis Pozo
on 1/16/15, 9:03 AM 1,119 views

Enviroment: Odoo in AWS EC2 instance using NginX. Database: aws RDS

I can't create database in first start because y fails. I need to create database on RDS GUI and it works fine when I do login, but I can not avoid demo data, that is why I'm asking for this parameter.





Ermin Trevisan

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Walchwil, Switzerland
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Ermin Trevisan
On 1/16/15, 12:37 PM

Even if you uncheck demonstration data, you still have "Your Company" implemented with some basic data, as for example a small chart of accounts, taxes etc.



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Lodz, Poland

On 1/17/15, 1:22 PM

In openerp-server.conf exists parameter:

without_demo = ...

description for it: disable loading demo data for modules to be installed (comma-separated, use "all" for all modules).

Command line equivalent --without_demo

aci aisha
On 1/16/15, 9:13 AM

uncheck Load demonstration data field as follows,

Luis Pozo
On 1/17/15, 12:04 PM

Thanks I've already done. ! The problem with RDS it's probably RDS.I have to follow these steps:
1.- Login (admin admin) 
2.- Logout
3.- Delete DB
4.- Create a new one (and this time uncheck Load demostration data)
Note: AWS RDS only one db per instance


that first youhave to login

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