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Odoo v9 Analytic Accounting

Paulo Leandro
on 10/23/15, 8:21 AM 571 views

Hi all,

Have I missed something or Analytic Accounting in v9 is quite different from v8? How can I nest accounts?

Any help will be most welcome. Thanks.



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Ray Carnes
On 10/26/15, 7:10 PM

I don't see this either - I think tags have replaced this - but the view doesn't total so I'm not sure if this is what the product designers were thinking.

EDIT: I take that back about the view totaling - it does total ENTRIES, just not ACCOUNTS (easy fix via UI view inheritance):

With Developer Mode on, visit Settings --> Technical --> User Interface --> Views and create a view that looks like this:


Thanks, Ray, but my programming expertise doesn't go that far :-)

Paulo Leandro
on 10/27/15, 12:38 AM

No programming, see my edited answer with the view you need to create.

Bista Solutions US, Ray Carnes
on 10/27/15, 11:27 AM

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