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ImportError: No module named web - openERP 7 - windows7

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Salma
on 2/24/16, 10:34 AM 802 views

openERP7 , eclipse , python 2.7.8 , PostgreSQL 9.5 , windows7 64bits SP1  

openerp-server.py : 

 __import__('openerp.addons.' + module_name)

File "C:\workspace\Odoov7\odoo\openerp\modules\module.py", line 132, in load_m

odule

f, path, descr = imp.find_module(module_part, ad_paths)

ImportError: No module named web

2016-02-24 15:05:02,984 3180 ←[1;33m←[1;49mWARNING←[0m ? openerp.modules.module:

module web_kanban: module not found

2016-02-24 15:05:02,993 3180 ←[1;37m←[1;41mCRITICAL←[0m ? openerp.modules.module

: Couldn't load module web_kanban

2016-02-24 15:05:03,003 3180 ←[1;37m←[1;41mCRITICAL←[0m ? openerp.modules.module

: No module named web_kanban

2016-02-24 15:05:03,013 3180 ←[1;31m←[1;49mERROR←[0m ? openerp.service: Failed t

o load server-wide module `web_kanban`.

Traceback (most recent call last):

File "C:\workspace\Odoov7\odoo\openerp\service\__init__.py", line 60, in load_

server_wide_modules

openerp.modules.module.load_openerp_module(m)

File "C:\workspace\Odoov7\odoo\openerp\modules\module.py", line 405, in load_o

penerp_module

__import__('openerp.addons.' + module_name)

File "C:\workspace\Odoov7\odoo\openerp\modules\module.py", line 132, in load_m

odule

f, path, descr = imp.find_module(module_part, ad_paths)

ImportError: No module named web_kanban

2016-02-24 15:05:03,201 3180 ←[1;32m←[1;49mINFO←[0m ? openerp: OpenERP server is

running, waiting for connections...

2016-02-24 15:05:03,216 3180 ←[1;32m←[1;49mINFO←[0m ? openerp.service.wsgi_serve

: HTTP service (werkzeug) running on 0.0.0.0:8069
 openerp-server.conf:

[options]

; This is the password that allows database operations:

; admin_passwd = admin

db_host = localhost

db_port = 5432

db_user = odoo

db_password = odoo

addons_path = C:\workspace\Odoov7\odoo\addons
---------------------------------------------------------------------Please help me !

Thanks Axel :) so I need to install openerp7 client  ? I followed this tutorial:
 https://www.odoo.com/fr_FR/forum/how-to/developers-13/how-to-debug-odoo-in-eclipse-under-winows-36105
 to debug openerp 7 under windows7 and I don't find any openerp floder under c:\Programs Files ! 

Salma
on 2/24/16, 4:48 PM
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Axel Mendoza
On 2/24/16, 1:57 PM

In the addons_path option of your config file you need keep the original Odoo addons location as the first addons path valuein a comma separated list of addons path, like:

addons_path = C:\Programs Files\Odoo-8.0\openerp\addons,C:\workspace\Odoov7\odoo\addons

Change C:\Programs Files\Odoo-8.0\openerp\addons with the exact location of your Odoo addons folder

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