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How to do data migration from openerp 7 to odoo8?

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John Chua
on 8/17/14, 7:25 AM 3,475 views

I wish to migrate the following from openerp 7 to odoo8.

products

customers

suppliers

Can I just do export and import or is there a migration script available?

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Ahmet Altinisik

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Ahmet Altinisik
On 8/17/14, 9:54 AM

Export & import would be much easier than migration script. If you just need partner and product data

not sure whether ex/-import will work with products (they seems to be quite different v7/v8) examples in v8 there is only 'can be sold' checkbox in v8 products while v7 you have 'can be sold' and 'can be purchased'. Futhermore product variants are part of the product in v8 somewhat. I wonder how that can be matched by just importing (if you used product-variant-multi v7 for example)

gunnar
on 8/18/14, 3:15 AM

not sure whether ex/-import will work with products (they seems to be quite different v7/v8) examples in v8 there is only 'can be sold' checkbox in v8 products while v7 you have 'can be sold' and 'can be purchased'. Futhermore product variants are part of the product in v8 somewhat. I wonder how that can be matched by just importing (if you used product-variant-multi v7 for example)

gunnar
on 8/18/14, 3:15 AM
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elkafil
On 8/18/14, 11:06 AM

you can use a tools like talend ETL for mapping data and transfert il from v7 to V8

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On 11/4/14, 9:35 AM

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