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How to add a module to 7.0 that is not in the list?

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ton123
on 7/29/13, 3:49 PM 1,949 views

I make use of a OpenERP 7.0 package on a Synology server. How can I add a community module that is not in the package list? E.g. Banking modules, mass editing, enaps etc.

I am not familiar with bzr, launchpad, git, etc. I am an end user.

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Oscar Cascante F
On 7/29/13, 7:56 PM

You can download any module, then unzip into addons directory and restart the openerp server. Go to configuration menu, update module list then go to installed modules option and press "X" in the search option. Then you will see your module. I hope this help

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Hiral Patel (hip)
On 7/30/13, 3:03 AM

Hello,

  1. Add the extra module into addons directory.
  2. Go to settings -> Modules -> Update module List(Need to give right of 'Technical Features') -> Click on update button
  3. Go to Installed modules -> Clear advance search -> Search for module you have added

Thanks.

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Aeneas Winterhalter
On 7/29/13, 6:05 PM

look for the addon folder of your openerp (my config: /opt/openerp/server/openerp/addons/). Just copy your downloaded addons in this folder, update your modules and then you can install it.

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