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how to access to openerp data base

Juan Antonio Gatón Prieto
on 12/19/13, 2:55 PM 796 views

I need to remove some products that are referenced in another module. I want to remove them from database, but i dont know how to do it from pgAdminIII.



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Ray Carnes
On 12/19/13, 4:27 PM

It is better to mark the products as Inactive (Active = False).

That way they won't show up anymore, but will still be in the system.

If these products are part of an inventory, orderpoint, sale order, purchase order, incoming shipment, delivery order, manufacturing order, procurement order, invoice, timesheet or expense - you won't be able to delete them without first deleting the other records (documents) that depend on them.

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