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Installing an 'Online' module to a 7.0 local installation

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Dat Tau
on 2/3/14, 9:35 PM 1,312 views

Hi I'm brand new to open erp, with a 7.0 local installation. I'm specifically trying to install the Gamification module on our local installation. When i try to install it, it says its lacking the 'kanban_gauge' dependency, which I pulled online. When i actually install the Kanban Gauge module, open erp completely breaks and won't load anymore. I noticed the Gamification and Kanban Gauge modules are only available for the Online and Trunk series, but not 7.0 or 6.1, so i'm assuming its breaking due to compatibility. 2 question. First why is the Kanban Gauge module breaking? There's just an openerp file that depends on the 'web_kanban' module (which is installed), and a couple of javascript files. Why would installing this cause openerp to not serve its pages anymore? Second, assuming its a compatibilty issues, how would i go about converting the Kanban and Gamification modules to be compatibile with 7.0?

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Fabrice Henrion (fhe)
On 2/4/14, 12:32 AM

Answers:

  1. Yes, the reason it doesn't work is due to compatibility between versions.
  2. If it was easy, we would have made it compatible. Why can't you open a .docx with Word 97?

Bottom line: don't install SaaS features locally. If you want those features, either go to the SaaS, or wait the release of the next LTS.

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