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.
You can easily use OpenERP's webservices within a Django website.
To start understanding how it works you can look at the official doc (it works on v7 too):
I also suggest you to have a look at the different python libs already available for accessing OpenERP's webservices, like ERPPeek:
There is a module named django in OpenERP Apps to integrate both software. This module allow you to consume from Django the services in OpenERP, and sincronize the registered users in Django as client in OpenERP. This module was developed by Zikzakmedia to OpenERP v6.0, and we adapt them to 6.1 (check our repo in github/eoconsulting). Maybe our version work in v7.0.
Also you can consume directly the service with a standard library like xmlrpclib, or use ooop, an abstraction service layer to work direclty with OpenERP objects from another application.
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