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OpenERP Enterprise SaaS integrated with Magento?

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Oriol
on 4/10/13, 9:35 AM 2,443 views

Hi,

does it make sense to use OpenERP Enterprise (SaaS 35€ / user x month) and have a full integration with 1 Magento instance, hosted somewhere else?

Or is it better to download and host OpenERP in the same server where Magento is hosted?

Also, should we wait for the new OpenERP - Magento integration modulde that is being developed to start our OpenERP? Or is there another way to integrate OpenERP and Magento in the while.

Thanks!

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Benjamin Rivera (bri)
On 10/8/15, 12:39 PM

You will find that it is FAR more work to integrate Magento with OpenERP that it is to simply migrate your ecommerce to Odoo's ecommerce module. The maintenance of a home-built integration is substantial; you should consider this to be a full-time role.  

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Gustavo
On 4/10/13, 10:39 AM

If you need to integrate OpenERP with Magento, I would host OpenERP in a different server. You might integrate it with Magento using the connector module, or you might develop your own scripts to do that. There are many cases of integration with other e-commerce packages where that integration is carried out by python scripts

"in a different server" you mean in a different server from Magento server, or a different server from the provided SaaS solution?

Oriol
on 4/10/13, 10:42 AM

if the SaaS solution allows you to implement custom modules, I would do that there. Otherwise I would implement it in a server where you can implement your custom modules

Gustavo
on 4/10/13, 3:43 PM

Thank you. We will host it in our servers then.

Oriol
on 4/11/13, 6:07 AM
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Christophe HANON
On 4/10/13, 3:29 PM

Magento connector are not part of the official base, so it is not available on the saas.

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