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Multi-Company use

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Sergio Fernández
on 12/15/15, 3:44 AM 676 views

Hi!

I want to use Odoo v8 in a multicompany environment. I first created a company named "A", and then in configuration added a company "B". I want to easily switch between companies, but I don't find the option. So that when I want to import suppliers to the "B" company doesn't get messed up with the ones on the "A" company, and when I'm logged in as company "B" I can see only suppliers from company "B".

highly appreciate your help!.

Sergio

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Sergio Fernández
On 12/17/15, 5:25 AM

Well, as nobody answered, I found that you can change companies by going to the right-top corner, clicking on "Preferences". There you can change companies. If you can't find any company, you have to add a company going to Configuration -> users -> inside the user, you have to select multi-company. Then log in as that user and in Configuration -> users -> inside the user, add another company he has to manage.

Voilà.

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Nilim
On 1/25/16, 7:17 AM

 Hi,

To configure multi companies in odoo 8 , you need to:-

1) First configure a company by going to the Setting> Companies

2) Then Settings>Users. Here you would be required to enter the “company name” under the tab Access Rights>Allowed Companies, for any particular user.

3) Also under the menu Settings>Users>Usability, the Multi Companies must be checked so that the user can avail switching between multiple companies.

Now you can switch between multiple companies.

Kindly also refer this link for more info

http://ktree.com/blog/steps-to-create-and-setup-a-multi-company-in-odoo-for-starters-part-1.html

Hopes this helps

 Cheers!

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