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Is it possible Odoo run using SQL Server database?

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Shivam Dudhat (sdu)
on 9/4/15, 1:51 AM 975 views

is there any possible to connect odoo-8 with MS-SQL-server 2008/12

 

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Axel Mendoza
On 9/4/15, 2:10 AM

No, all the Odoo SQL generated(or even hand writing) statements are coded with PostgreSQL in mind. Also there are some used PostgreSQL resources like sequences and indexes that are not exactly in others Database Servers or the syntax is different

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Marvin Taboada
On 9/4/15, 2:03 AM

No:

* Odoo relies on Psycopg for database access and this library is specific for PostgreSQL.

* The ORM is also PostgreSQL specific.

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Tarek Mohamed Ibrahim
On 9/4/15, 2:06 AM

Currently, you can't, as the ORM build in Odoo relies heavily on PostgreSQL. But theoretically it is possible if this ORM has been rewritten more generically to support more database engines, including SQL Server. This is a big project.

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