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How to activate odoo 10 enterprise

Eddy Jacob
on 10/17/16, 2:24 PM 159 views

i have installed odoo community + downloaded the enterprise version that I bought.I have put the odoo enterprise folder next to the odoo community folder and startup with :

odoo/odoo-bin --addons-path=./odoo-10.0-e-20161005/odoo/addons,odoo/addons

In the dashboard I see "Odoo 10.0+e (Community editie)". If I don't add the enterprise addons location I get Odoo 10.0 (without the e).

Can somebody tell me how to get the view as in the online version and how to access odoo studio ?

Eddy Jacob
On 10/18/16, 12:09 AM

Yes, the bold part are the enterprise addons

odoo/odoo-bin --addons-path=./odoo-10.0-e-20161005/odoo/addons,odoo/addons

PROBLEM SOLVED in the meanwhile.

Is way on the ODOO website the following :

The Enterprise git repository does not contain the full Odoo source code. You need to clone both the Community and Enterprise repository to have a working Odoo installation. The Download page contains the entire source code but is not updateable as easily.

The download, which I had to do since only partner can clone the enterprise source via git, includes the entire source.

I did a clean install of this, but no odoo-bin was found. By copying this from my previous installation, I got it up and running. New DB is in the Enterprise view.

Sysyem is Mac OSX SERVER (El Capitan)

Eddy Jacob
on 10/18/16, 2:48 AM

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Ray Carnes
On 10/17/16, 4:49 PM

The Enterprise addons need to be FIRST in the order of your addons-path.  Is that the case?

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