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Ivan Elizaryev Russian Federation

--Ivan Elizaryev--
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--Ivan Elizaryev--

I tried odoo at the end of 2013. I fell in love in it and have been working with odoo as a freelancer for almost two years. In September 2015 I began operate as a Company and have 5 developers for now.

Ivan, March 2016.

Ivan Elizaryev Russian Federation
2/20/15, 4:56 AM

You can try my module website_sale_stock_status

The module adds automatic ribbons:

  • DISCONTINUED – stock is 0 and the status is End of Life or Obsolete.
  • BACKORDERED – stock is 0 and the status is Normal,

It also puts ribbons text at the product page and disables "Add to cart" feature if product is discontinued.

Repository: https://github.com/yelizariev/addons-yelizariev/tree/8.0/website_sale_stock_status

UPD

Another solution is module website_sale_available

It makes impossible to order more products that available in stock. 

Repository: https://github.com/yelizariev/addons-yelizariev/tree/8.0/website_sale_available 

4 Comments
Manuel Pérez Spain
2/21/15, 2:18 PM

Hi Ivan, Very useful module, but I have a question: what if the client inputs, let's say, 10.000 units and there's less than that? Regards.

Ivan Elizaryev Russian Federation
2/22/15, 1:18 AM

Hi, my module doesn't handle the situation you described yet.

Manuel Pérez Spain
2/24/15, 2:26 AM

Thanks Ivan!

Ivan Elizaryev Russian Federation
5/12/15, 12:01 PM

Manuel Pérez, I've updated my answer. You can try website_sale_available module.

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