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How-to Google Docs integration

Ing. Hédel Nuñez Bolívar
on 2/17/15, 1:49 PM 2,003 views

I want create invoices from Odoo to GDocs. What I have:

  1. In my Google Drive I create a text document and copy the url (https://docs.google.com/a/mydomain.com/document/d/xxx/edit)
  2. In my Odoo (SaaS) I go to Settings/Google Drive/Templates 
  3. Add a template name, for example: factura
  4. Model: invoice
  5. Template URL: I paste the URL from the created doc in Google Drive (https://docs.google.com/a/mydomain.com/document/d/xxx/edit)
  6. Google Drive Name Pattern: I let by default Document %(name)s
  7. Go to some invoice, in 'More' I see the Google Drive option with the name 'factura'. Click it
  8. Generate a Google Docs document with name 'Document False'

My questions:

  1. Why the generated document have title 'Document False' and not the name pattern from the configuration (Document %(name)s)??
  2. Where can I find the variables for use in the Google Docs template? and how to use them in the template?



Elías Fernández
On 2/25/17, 12:19 PM

Hello Hegell,

You must use some of the properties of the invoice model. When you are at Google Docs > Template and edit "Factura". Next to the Model selector, must be an arrow icon that open the model definition with al its available properties.

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Asked: 2/17/15, 1:49 PM
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Last updated: 2/25/17, 12:19 PM