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newbie for Odoo 8 - developer mode

on 12/17/14, 6:44 AM 1,225 views


i have download odoo.. found perfect for my requirement....

once download i have run the setup... and can add module however i want to chnage the transition of some module.

for example : once sales is confirmed that it should go to project and after project complete then invoice.

kindly help me how to get the stup in developer mode and change the tranisition.

any suggestion wil be appericated




http://localhost:8069/web?debug....this wht i got help me how to change the workflow.... and add rights to the HOD and executive

on 12/17/14, 7:30 AM

hi ... i have gone through the below link after installing.. http://localhost:8069/web?debug... u get dropdown to edit workflow... without openg actual xml file....

on 12/18/14, 5:31 AM
On 12/18/14, 12:59 AM

Actually this is a big process... Doing this in developer mode is a very bad attempt which may spoil your entire odoo... so my suggestion is please learn how to develope a module by inheritance and override the methods.... Since you are a newbee please practice all the things in odoo documentation below.. https://doc.odoo.com/6.1/developer/ [1] This is 6.1 docs... some may vary in 8.0... But its necessary for odoo developer,,, [1] https://doc.odoo.com/6.1/developer/

URL for v8.0 documentation: https://www.odoo.com/documentation/8.0/

on 12/18/14, 1:09 AM

anand.kannathasan is my skype id.. I need your guidance.

on 12/18/14, 1:11 AM
Umashankar Subramani
On 12/17/14, 8:14 AM

Me too new to odoo, If you need to change the transition of the module , you have to modify the workflow of particular module. Please go through the documentation



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