This makes me kind of unsafe - which data is exchanged between my local instance and openerp.com? Is there any way, to control this (on applicatin level)? I would like to read detailed information about this, so we can better understand, if there will be still enough space between our customer data and the cloud, if we start using OE7... also I would like to know if there is any inbuilt remote access or data transfer feature and if yes, how to unwire this (besides using openerp in a private network only).
Thank you very much for your attention!
I have the same problem here. I think it is still in the policies of Odoo and resellers that the server phones home.
I would recommend to check out the openerp community backports at https://github.com/OCA/OCB
If you need help installing from ocb just comment or pm me so I can post a complete "howto install ocb8 on ubuntu".
There is also an app you can install which should prevent phoning home: https://bitbucket.org/BizzAppDev/oerp_no_phoning_home
For more infos check this thread: https://www.odoo.com/forum/help-1/question/install-community-with-one-click-54562
As far as I know, the local installation does try to get some information from the servers of OE, in order to show you the various apps you can install. If some of them have been updated since last time, when you go to Settings -> Apply Scheduled Updates, it will show a popup to ask you permission to update the system.
You should be able to find all instances where it does a callback, if you look through the code (which is distributed with the installation).
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