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How to find objects of a particular module?

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uthayakumar
on 6/4/13, 7:49 AM 1,028 views

I am implementing a xml-rpc client for openerp and i would like to know if there is a way to find the objects of a particular module. For example, i am using res.partner object to access data concerning partners.

Likewise, what are the other objects available for modules and please tell me a generic way to find the objects of any module.

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Sudhir Arya (SA)
On 6/4/13, 8:05 AM

For 7.0: Go to Settings -> Technical -> Database Structure -> Models

For 6.1: Go to Settings -> Customization -> Database Structure -> Models

and open tree view. Here you can see all the objects and Modules name where they are created/modified.

7.0

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6.1

Menu:

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Form:

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I am using openerp 6.1 and could you tell where exactly this settings is in it.

uthayakumar
on 6/4/13, 8:13 AM
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kalmenchia
On 6/4/13, 8:00 AM

Hi ,

you can goto the menu ->more->setting->Technical->Database strcuture->Model.

Hi, thanks for you answer. But, could you be more descriptive. There is no menu in the openerp webclient(localhost:8069/web/webclient/home). Where exactly is this menu?

uthayakumar
on 6/4/13, 8:07 AM
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In V6.1, Go to Settings -> Customization -> Database Structure -> Models

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