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I know that there are some tutorials on youtube covering how to setup multi company in Odoo 7.0. But I see that now it's different with Odoo 8.0. It seems that the Odoo 7.0 tutorials are somewhat irrelevant now. What I need is setting up two companies, each has a set of users. I can't even set the user's company in the preferences.
I want each user can only interact (eg: create sales, purchases, warehouse operations) with the company he/she works at. Unfortunately I can't find any multi company documentation describing the changes in Odoo 8.0. Could anybody tell me where to start?
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|Asked: 6/24/15, 5:14 AM|
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