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patrick Netherlands

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3/29/13, 9:43 AM

Your conclusion seems correct. IMHO, the social thing is made too important, now you MUST have the social things, even if you do not want to use the social part of it.

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mike United States
3/29/13, 11:42 AM

Maybe not the most intelligent solution but effective - open .../addons/web/static/src/css/base.css and find

.openerp .oe_form div.oe_chatter

Change it to:

    .openerp .oe_form div.oe_chatter {
  box-sizing: border-box;
  min-width: 682px;
  max-width: 892px;
  margin: 0 auto;
  padding: 16px 16px 48px;
  display: None;
}

display:None; removes the offending social networking widget from the views.

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andrew rowley
4/3/13, 4:03 AM

It should be a user selectable item whether we want to use the Social Networks module - most of our clerical staff I do now want near this - I want them working.

Andrew

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Hi. Yes, I have the same issue. Social Network Module seems to be related to several other modules. So, After removal the module, I obtain the same behaviour than Martin with the error message "... Prototype is null". A friend said me that OpenERP never makes deleting of pages only updates datas.

The solution I realized : I opened my database, i opened the "ir_module_module" table. I looked for all lines where "write_date" field corresponds to the date and the hour i made the uninstallation. When i found theses lines, i updated the "state" field of theses lines. The application works better but not completely : I can open my suppliers, my clients, the setting menu. But I don't find yet my project menu. So I'm looking for additionnal solution. I hope my experience will help you.

Here is the script i used :

SELECT


FROM public.ir_module_module order by write_date desc;

update public.ir_module_module set state = 'installed' where id in (--- your ids )

Yolande

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Omer Hayat United Arab Emirates
10/14/13, 11:39 AM

[FIXED] I was also facing the same issue as Paul above. Removed social module, then tried reinstalling by opening in another tab. Then every time I try to add another module, it gives me 'Constraint Error You can not have two users with the same login !' and the button to install disappears.

The way I rectified it, is a bit extreme though. Dropped the db of mycompany(because it was a relatively new company) thru the Manage Database on login screen. Then recreated a new db.

Issue is resolved, but this should not be the way to do it.

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