I have a multi company setup where both companies have a separate chart of accounts.
When creating a product for company-A I still can choose all accounts from Company-B for the income or expense account even if the prodct belongs to company-A. Same mechanics goes for Customer/Suppliers/employees.
Is that designed to be like that or a bug? If it is design ... is there any benefit from this that I just don't see?
Apply record rules. Record rules can be applied per object. If you don't want to see all the accounts of all companies but still want to see all the products of all companies, you can do that.
Record rules don't apply to the admin user. You should never use the admin user to record records or operations in a complex instance.
Using the multi-company feature should always be a last resort solution because it significantly increases the complexity of your DB. You should only use multi-company if you need to share at least one object among companies, and you have several legal entities requiring several accounting reports. If those 2 conditions are not met, you should not use multi-company.
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