With the admin user I can do everything, add, delete, modify, etc. As it should be.
Then using this user added a new one, with full access to sales and accounting options as some other ones needed for sales operations. Then tried to add a new supplier and it throws a warning:
Access Denied The requested operation cannot be completed due to security restrictions. Please contact your system administrator. (Document type: Pricelist, Operation: read)
Tested all the possible combinations on user rights and ended up giving full access to all options. Nevertheless I'm unable to create any new contact/customer/supplier/etc with this user. I'm running out of options, I don't know what else to test or where to look.
We have 3 companies, no hierarchical structure, all are on the "root" of the organization. None of them is on selected on the "Default Sales Pricelist". For now we have only one warehouse for the stock of one of the companies. And the two default locations for Stock and Output.
Just in case looking for the answer, it is on the comments of the selected answer. It is a reported bug. Go to multi company Access Denied Document type: Partner, Operation: read where the bug was reported and is followed up by other users.
Try to uncheck access right Portal.
This is a problem with purchase price list. If you dont use purchase price lists, then easiest way to solve the problem is make empty field Company in Purchases / Configuration / Pricelists for Default Purchase Pricelist with administrator privileges. If you cant see this option, then activate it Settings / Configuration / Purchases / check Manage pricelist per suplier -> Apply. After changes you can uncheck this box.
It could be with multi-company settings, which is still a fuzzy topic for me.
When I first worked with OpenERP7, I immediately enabled/checked the option Manage multiple companies under
Settings Module -> Configuration -> General Settings
then proceeded to work with multiple companies, setting up the parent, and the child companies.
That's where the ..security restriction... error messages showed up. I gave up testing the multi company module/setup, so I don't encounter those errors anymore.
I think it's because I have no idea what company my settings/changes are applied to. Maybe I should have made some users with access to only one company at each given time, and change the settings only when I'm logged as those users.
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