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Odoo/Open ERP Customer Wizard

on 4/17/15, 9:26 AM 554 views

Hi folks,

I'm new to Odoo/OpenERP and I need some help. I've created a wizard to be displayed on the res.partner page which lists/shows all of the customers. What it does is it will allow me to select multiple customers and add a parent company to them. However, I don't know where to add the wizard folder in the file structure. 

I realize that I have to create my init file, but that's easy once I know where this is supposed to go. Any thoughts would be greatly helpful. Thank you!


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Brett Lehrer
On 4/17/15, 9:46 AM

Realistically, your folder's file structure can look almost however you want, but naming conventions (at least in v7) would look something like this:


As long as your __init__.py files are all importing folders and files properly and your __openerp__.py file has the proper file structure to import all XML/CSV/CSS/JS/etc files, you should be fine.


import res_partner
import wizard


import res_partner_batch_parent 

You could technically have a wizard folder named "asdf" and your wizard Python file named "qwerty.py" and be perfectly fine as long as __init__.py is accurate, but it's terrible naming convention.

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