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I have Odoo running on a server and my installation includes account_transfer module. It works fine.
Since the addons, server and web are on a very old version (about one year), I have decided to upgrade de addons/server/web addons to newest versions, and before doing it on the server itself, I am testing everything on a virtual machine on another computer.
I have everything setup with new addons/server/web addons, and copied the additional addons I use, including the account_transfer module, but when I try to access the restored database I get the error "No module named q" on the login page. This error was raised whille loading the account_transfer module.
After analyse the log, I found that the account_transfer has the following lines on account_transfer.py:
from osv import osv, fields
from tools.translate import _
import decimal_precision as dp
For testing purposes I commented the line #import q, and tested again and it worked. I was logged onto the system and can use all modules and aplications I have.
The problem is that when I try to use the account_transfer module, I get the error:
NameError: global name 'q' is not defined
So, I found that "q" is not a module. Instead, it is a global name.
How can I fix this since it works fine on the server?
It works fine on the server and the problem is only on the new virtual machine I am testing.
Thank you all
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|Asked: 8/9/14, 2:19 PM|
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|Last updated: 3/16/15, 8:10 AM|