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Jerome Guerriat Belgium
10/7/16, 3:48 AM

I think the POS module only save sale order in the browser cache, which mean that if you refresh the page, sale orders will be lost.

If you want to achieve the same thing, you'd have to manage your datas in javascript. When you finish "something", send the datas to odoo. If you don't get a response, then store the data, and periodically try to send them to odoo until you succeed.

I think you should also create something that could export those data to something more reliable than browser cache. I did not think a lot about this, but being able to export your data to a CSV file for example could be great. If you lose your connection, you export what could not be synchronized with the server, and you'll be able to import them later :)    


Fernando La Chica Mera Spain

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Soy programador con más de 15 años de experiencia. Casi toda mi carrera profesional ha girado entorno al mundo de los ERP. Conozco el modelo de desarrollo de Openbravo, de openXpertya y Libertya pero el método que propone Odoo es el que más me gusta.

I am a programmer with over 15 years of experience where most of my professional career revolved around the world of ERP . I know the Openbravo development model of openXpertya and Libertya but that Odoo method proposed is the one I like.

Fernando La Chica Mera Spain
3/28/16, 3:12 AM

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