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I want to give credentials to a user who can create product and access protal menu.
For this i have created a group called vendor portal. I have given "portal" and "vendor portal" to a user. When i loged in with this user It is showing access error like "
Sorry, you are not allowed to access this document. Only users with the following access level are currently allowed to do that:
- Human Resources/Employee
- Sales/See Own Leads
- Human Resources/Officer"
I unable to create a product.
My own group access rights
Acess rights to vendor portal group:
Aall access rights(read, write, unlink, create) product.product, product.template, ir.ui.menu, ir.cron, ir.exports, ir.mail_server, res.country, base_import.imports, mail.message.subtype, mail.alial, mail.followers, mail.notification, mail.message, mail.mail, mail.thread, mail.wizard.invite, mail.compose.message, fetchmail.server, portal.wizard, portal.wizard.user, product.packaging, product.template, product.supplierinfo, pricelist.partnerinfo, product.price.type, product.pricelist, product.pricelist.version, product.pricelist.item, product.price_list, product.style, product.public.category, product.removal, product.uom, product.uom.categ, product.price.history, product.attribute, product.attribute.value, product.attribute.price, product.attribute.line,
And has only read access for product.category, res.partner, models.
Can any one help me please?
Hmmm. setting access rights for a new group is indeed hectic process :)..
But still it is quiet a interesting things, if it is set properly.. so I believe accordingly to your requirememt, you are trying to set access on your custom group... Firtly, if you are creating a group, independent group (i.e.) if it is not dependent on base groups, then you have to make sure you are setting access to all the corresponding objects...[atleast read permissions]
Well coming to this, in latest version, the error message doesn't specify for which objects the permission is lacking...
I think, did you set permissions for user and company object....?
Other way to find out, search for that Warning in the standard files, and comment it temporarily, then try logging with the user, it will raise for which object you have not set the permission....
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|Asked: 2/16/15, 2:50 AM|
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|Last updated: 3/16/15, 8:10 AM|