Odoo is the world's easiest all-in-one management software. It includes hundreds of business apps:
CRM | e-Commerce | Accounting | Inventory | PoS | Project management | MRP | etc.
I've got a fresh install of Odoo 9 with a clean database. What is the correct order for configuration and module install?
I expected the first task to be edit company data (accessed by hovering over the Odoo logo). When I do this however, only two currencies are available for accounting currency; EUR, and USD. Looking at the res_currency table I can see an attribute "active" which through experimenting controls availability of currencies for accounting currency. It's not possible to set currencies to active through the UI, so I have to assume that there are other steps required prior to setting company data (perhaps installing the accounting module). What is the correct order of configuration and installation tasks?
I've also found that I can't set a user for multi-currency. This would appear to be another example of module installation and configuration dependency.
This question is far too large for a single post because it depends on how much of Odoo you are configuring. I suggest you search for & ask about:
My business is primarily x. What good books and tutorials help me start configuring Odoo?
If you find my answer indirectly helpful, please upvote me.
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|Asked: 5/30/16, 2:03 PM|
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|Last updated: 5/31/16, 4:02 AM|