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Noob question: error creating a new project in v6.1

wes mathews
on 4/17/13, 2:34 PM 804 views

After creating a new OpenErp v6.1 system, I installed all modules, and went to create a new base for "projects" & "tasks". Truthfully, I don't NEED to set up billing for these projects just yet, it's just more to organize personal tasks. The PROBLEM is that whenever I go to create a new "project", enter info, and hit "save" or "done", I end up with the following error-

"Integrity Error

The operation cannot be completed, probably due to the following: - deletion: you may be trying to delete a record while other records still reference it - creation/update: a mandatory field is not correctly set

[object with reference: project_id - project.id]"

My obvious first thought was that I hadn't filled in a particular field, but after filling in all of them, I have the same error. Maybe I'm filling them in wrong somehow? Any ideas are appreciated.

Edit: Sadly, after spending time becoming relatively familiar with 7, I need to use 6.1 as a requirement for work.

Half-solution!: There seemed to be some sort of conflict with multiple modules that I'd installed. After uninstalling everything, I simply started by installing "Project Management" and entering tasks and projects from the beginning. I have a feeling as i install more modules, I'll get this error once again, and update with which made things go wonky.

try updating to OpenERP 7.0 and creating a new project there. Maybe the problem is already fixed

on 4/17/13, 2:38 PM

You should report a bug. Normally, there is no way this error can come. did you customize anything?

Serpent Consulting Services Pvt. Ltd.
on 4/17/13, 5:08 PM

Have you tried setting debug level of detail for your log files. More detailed reports may help us help you. I encountered the same kind of weirdness while learning. It is often a consequence of doing things out of order. Debug level might give you a better idea of what you did out of order.

on 4/17/13, 11:38 PM

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